Free seats for soldiers at Rangers match

RANGERS will have some special guests at their Champions League match on Tuesday.

The club have donated more than 1,000 tickets to soldiers serving in the British Army. The offer came after Romanian opponents Unirea Urziceni decided not to take up an allocation of 1,200 seats for their fans.

Rangers' chief executive, Martin Bain, said: "This football club is totally committed to supporting and recognising these brave individuals.

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"We all owe the members of the Armed Forces a huge debt of gratitude."

Meanwhile, Celtic's charity fund announced a 10,000 donation to the international charity War Child, which protects children living in the world's most dangerous war zones.