Rangers fans are very happy to see the new Rangers Store up and running after the club officially reopened the flagship Store at Ibrox Stadium.

The Ibrox side’s loyal followers have waited years to use the retail unit openly with the previously monikered Megastore boycotted by fans during the previous regime.

Rangers fans are delighted to finally be able to use the Rangers Store after a boycott since 2013 due to the retail deal with Mike Ashley’s Sports Direct. (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

But now Rangers fans everywhere will be able to pop into the Castore-led shopfront after all previous retail deals came to an end and the Liverpool sportswear brand revamped the store.

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Castore have spent £250k bringing the Rangers store up to scratch with MyGers members afforded exclusive access to the store before 6pm tonight.

With the Gers set to play Leverkusen between 6pm and 8pm there won’t be much traffic at the newly launched retail unit but the club’s store will stay open until 10pm tonight.

Extended hours have also been introduced for Friday, Saturday and Sunday with the store to stay open between 10am and 7pm.


There will also be a special screening of the Europa League last 16 tie in Germany exclusive to MyGers members in order to celebrate the launch.

Photos of the inside of the store leaked earlier as Rangers fans got their first glimpse of the New Era under Castore.

The club’s fans have taken to Twitter to express their delight that the shopfront has reopened with many desperate to get down and have a look at the new-look unit:


The Rangers deal with Castore is believed to worth £25m to the club and introduces a new era of Rangers retail after years of tumultuous courtroom battles.


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