British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has sent an official video message of support to Rangers ahead of the Europa League Final.
The Ibrox side are flying the flag for Scotland and the United Kingdom in Seville as they take on Eintracht Frankfurt at the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán stadium
Taking to a special pre-recorded message, Boris Johnson wished Rangers all the best and described the Ibrox side as one of the country’s “great teams”.
“I want to wish Rangers the very best of luck in tonight’s Europa League final,” said Boris Johnson [Twitter].
“A lot has happened to the club since you last had a game like this to look forward to, so it is a fantastic reward for the fans’ dedication, through thick and thin.
“And it’s always great for sport, and for the UK as a whole, to see our great teams performing on the grandest of stages.”
The message from Bojo follows on from the British Prime Minister mentioning the Ibrox side ahead of PMQs this morning.
Boris Johnson and Nicola Sturgeon wish Rangers good luck in Europa League Final
The Conservative politician isn’t the only one who has been wishing Rangers well as they prepare to face Frankfurt in Seville either.
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon also took to Twitter to send Rangers a message of support ahead of the game.
Rangers are the talk of the country today and all eyes will be on Seville ahead of the showpiece final in Spain as the club try to make history.
These messages highlight just how big a deal it is for Rangers to reach the Europa League Final as the Ibrox club’s support travel to Seville in their numbers.
Rangers fans have made the pilgrimage to the beautiful Spanish city ahead of the game with local police expecting up to 100k supporters in the country.