FOR tonight’s Europa League third qualifying round, second leg against FC Midtjylland there will be a souvenir matchday programme on sale at Ibrox Stadium, price just £3.50.

For issue eight for 2019/20 there is a stunning red and blue cover design and an exclusive interview with first-team star Connor Goldson.

The big defender looks back at his European experiences so far with the Light Blues and hopes there are more to come this season, with the Gers aiming to progress to the Europa League play-off round this evening.

Goldson has enjoyed a strong start to the 2019/20 campaign, making seven competitive appearances so far, and he discusses his side’s positive results and performances and playing alongside Niko Katic, George Edmundson and Filip Helander in the centre of Steven Gerrard’s backline.

There is also an exclusive interview with Christian Nerlinger. Now 46, the former Bayern Munich and Rangers midfielder discusses his life after football as he now runs his own CN Sports company as a player consultant, with Bayern star Jerome Boateng one of 20 footballers he represents.

Ahead of another huge European night for the club, Steven Gerrard and James Tavernier provide their pre-match views in their manager and captain’s columns and there is also a tricky quiz to test your football knowledge, a new Hall of Fame feature on Willie Thornton, all the key facts ahead of the game, a new-look Junior Gers section for young fans plus so much more, including club historian David Mason’s archive feature about Rangers’ pre-season games in Denmark in 1922.

Supporters will have noticed last season that, when put together, the 32 programme spines produced a flag image with the ‘Ready’ crest. This season a stunning image of the front of the Bill Struth Main Stand will be created so make sure you don’t miss an issue!


You can purchase the programme online now on your chosen mobile platform from the following links:

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