Rangers' pre-season revealed: Opponents, dates, kick-off times, TV details

French double-header, familiar foes and English visitors

Rangers will play Motherwell in a pre-season friendly at Ibrox. Picture: Craig Williamson / SNS
Rangers will play Motherwell in a pre-season friendly at Ibrox. Picture: Craig Williamson / SNS

Rangers' pre-season programme has been confirmed as they gear up for the start of the new Premiership season on 1 August.

The Ibrox club will head to France to take Lyon on Thursday 16 July (kick-off 7.45pm) and then face Nice on Saturday 18 July (5.15pm). Both matches will be shown live on Premier Sports.

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Steven Gerrard's side will then welcome Motherwell to Ibrox for a friendly on 22 July (6pm) before English League One Champions Coventry City visit on 25 July (5.15pm). Again, both matches will be live on Premier Sports.

Rangers' pre-season matches

Thurs 16th July: Lyon v Rangers, 19:45

Sat 18th July: Nice v Rangers, 17:15

Wed 22nd July: Rangers v Motherwell, 18:00

Sat 25th July: Rangers v Coventry, 17:15

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