Rangers fans who sign up for the club’s MyGers membership programme could earn a ticket to an exclusive Auchenhowie training session post-Covid.

That’s according to sporting director Ross Wilson, who outlined the plans as he talked up the yearly membership scheme which was renewed this week.

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Rangers are encouraging the club’s fans to sign up for the MyGers membership scheme. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

As the club push for even more sign ups – last season saw over 25k members join the scheme – Wilson was out talking about MyGers’ impact on the first team squad.

All money raised from MyGers goes directly into the first-team kitty and can help support transfers, wages and the club’s assault on Scottish Premiership dominance.

On top of that, those already on the scheme have been treated to special webinars with first team players amid the pandemic and exclusive access to goods, rewards and supporter incentives.

The campaign to convince even more fans to join up to the scheme has added significance for next season after Rangers lifted 55 and the club enters it’s 150th anniversary year.

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“MyGers has been very, very important for us. It is about a year ago now I first remember discussing this as a board when James Bisgrove was ready to launch the MyGers campaign,” said Wilson [Rangers].


“The support it has had has been absolutely fantastic from fans both domestically and internationally all over the world with Rangers fans joining the membership.

“For us, and I think I said at the time as well, it is not only about the team. Of course, the contributions help us to strengthen the team and help us to make the team better all the time in the market both at first-team level and below, but I think I used the phrase before that we are striving here to create a real, elite, modern football operation.

“The MyGers campaign and the support of that from the international fans, the domestic fans and all of the Rangers fans all over the world can only make a stronger Rangers all the time, and that is certainly what I am here to do – it is to try and make this the best football operation we can possibly make it.”

The Ibrox sporting director would then go into the plans he holds for hosting an open training session for members to thank them for their support.

This is obviously something which would take place after the pandemic but it’s certainly a move which will appeal to supporters.

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Sign ups to the scheme have a direct impact on the club’s transfer budget. (Photo by Willie Vass/Pool via Getty Images)

MyGers subscriptions for season 21/22 have been launched with renewals from the last campaign taking place this week. Adult memberships are priced at £50. Read more about how to sign up HERE.

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