Rangers v SC Braga Europa League tickets release date confirmed by club
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Rangers v SC Braga Europa League tickets release date confirmed by club

Rangers have set the release dates for tickets to the Ibrox leg of the club’s Europa League round of 32 tie against SC Braga of Portugal.

Tickets for the match, which is scheduled to take place on Thursday the 20th of February at 8pm, will go on sale to season ticket holders between Monday 27th of January and Tuesday 4th of February.

These will be priced at £39 for adults, £28 for concessions and £23 for juniors.

Rangers fans will be gearing up for at least one more big European night at Ibrox this season. (Photo by Mark Fletcher/MI News/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

General sale for the crunch tie will commence Thursday 6th of February with tickets priced at £43 for adults, £33 for concessions and £23 for juniors.

You can find out more information on the Braga tickets and get further clarification by visiting the Rangers website HERE.

The two-legged tie with Braga promises to be one of the biggest events at Ibrox in recent memory and the perfect way to kick off the next decade in Govan.

Rangers have impressed in the Europa League under Steven Gerrard and avoided considerably more challenging ties with the likes of Ajax, Salzburg, Inter, Arsenal and Man U to draw the Primeira Liga side.

Whilst Braga cannot be underestimated – they went unbeaten and topped a group including Wolves and Besiktas during the group stages – fans are confident Rangers can give the Iberians a game.

Can Steven Gerrard continue his fine work on the European stage with Rangers? (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Rangers will also take heart from the fact the Ibrox club beat Porto over two legs in the group stages, even if the Portuguese giants finished above Gerrard’s side in a tight group.

Save both the date of the fixture and the date of the tickets being released in your diary as this promises to be one of the biggest and best nights at Ibrox in a generation.