Rangers Managing Director Stewart Robertson is set to attend a major European club meeting on behalf of the Ibrox club.
The European Club Association represents the interests of professional association football clubs in the UEFA – the governing body of European football.
The event Rangers will be attending will be a Special General Assembly held on 6th-7th June. The event will form part of a consultation on UEFA Club Competitions post-2024.
By attending, Rangers will have a hand in deciding the future of European club football.
The New York Times recently published an official UEFA planning document that is looking to revamp the Champions League.
Many clubs and fans feel it is unaccpetable the proposed new layout will make it harder for clubs in smaller countries to make the competition.
Rangers will harbour ambitions to make an impression on the European stage and will feel it important their voice is heard. By being a part of this assembly they can influence decisions on these matters.
Rangers are one of 232 members of the European Club Association and recently took to Twitter to pledge their support to the group.
It’s great to see the club looking to be a part of major discussions at the forefront of European football.