Rangers thank supporters after Ibrox season tickets sell-out for sixth season in a row

Rangers supporters have snapped up all 45,000 season tickets at Ibrox ahead of the 2021-22 campaign and defence of the SPFL cinch Scottish Premiership title.

Ibrox will be sold-out to season ticket holders next season. (Photo by Rob Casey / SNS Group)

The club will celebrate it’s 150th anniversary next year and thanked supporters for their backing which also marks half a dozen years of continual season ticket sell-outs.

"Thank you for your incredible loyalty and support. We look forward to welcoming you home,” the club’s social media account wrote.

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Former Ibrox midfielder Alex Rae echoed the praise of the fanbase, adding on Twitter: “Season tickets sold out at Rangers FC #150 Big season ahead. Let’s Go.”

Fans were locked out of Ibrox throughout last season owing to the on-going covid restrictions on large groups and gatherings but recent a Scottish Government update revealed 2000 supporters could be allowed back inside the ground ahead of next month’s league flag unveiling and campaign kick-off against Livingston, though more may be permitted on a ‘case by case’ basis.

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