RANGERS is disappointed but not surprised that all domestic and European football has been suspended and that our forthcoming matches against Celtic and Bayer Leverkusen have been postponed. However, we fully agree with the reasons behind the decisions taken by UEFA, the Scottish FA and the SPFL.

While the Club has sympathy with our vast number of supporters who have experienced a great deal of uncertainty and confusion over the last week, their health and wellbeing must take priority. We are aware of the inconvenience caused to supporters but everything that can be done to minimise the effects of coronavirus must be done and Rangers will continue to be guided by experts in the field.

We will, however, update our supporters as often as possible and share information as we receive it from the Government, health authorities and the Scottish FA and SPFL.

The safety of fans and the general public must come before anything else and we must all try to minimise the spread and effects of coronavirus.

We thank our fans for their understanding.

UPDATES:

  • Rangers Charity Foundation have come to the unfortunate decision to postpone our ‘Blue All Over Fun Run’, which was due to take place at Ibrox on Saturday 28th March. More info HERE.
  • All Rangers Soccer Schools activity will be postponed until further notice. Please email [email protected] for further information.
  • In light of the recent statement from the Scottish FA postponing all Senior and Grassroots fixtures, all Rangers school boy academy activity has been cancelled until further notice.
  • Scottish Women’s Football has confirmed that all matches are suspended indefinitely, including any friendly matches. More information HERE.

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