Today we remember a valiant goalless draw with Barcelona, a win over Boavista with the gaffer on the scoresheet, Slim Jim playing for a world select team and a bid for an English international defender.
Just a few days after beating Celtic 3:0 in 2007 at Ibrox, Rangers welcomed European giants Barcelona and against a team containing several of the world's finest players, produced an immense defensive performance to gain an unlikely Champions League point.
On a night characterised by a collective team performance, special mention must, however, go to defensive pillars David Weir and Carlos Cuellar who repelled everything Barcelona could throw at them, and Daniel Cousin who ploughed away tirelessly in the lone strike role. Read a match report here and watch highlights here.
In 1986, Rangers took on Portuguese team Boavista in the UEFA Cup at Ibrox, winning 2:1 thanks to goals from Dave McPherson and Ally McCoist had cancelled out Tonanha's opening goal.
Rangers' first goal from McPherson came after a flash of inspiration from Davie Cooper on the wing won a corner which the towering defender headed into the net. The winner from McCoist was from a narrow angle from a Butcher knock down after the striker had his initial shot well blocked by the Boavista keeper.
A year after the win over Boavista, Rangers were continuing to build one of the most exciting teams in the country and were on this day in 1987 linked with a move for England international defender Stuart Pearce.
Player manager Graeme Souness travelled south to watch Psycho for Nottingham Forrest against Spurs, but he was only willing to pay £500,000 for the full back, with Brian Clough wanting £600,000.
In 1963, Rangers star Jim Baxter was invited down to Wembley to take a place in a Rest of the World side to face England in a match to celebrate 100 years of The English Football Association.
Baxter played for the second 45 minutes alongside legendary players such as Lev Yashin, Alfredo di Stéfano, Eusébio, Francisco Gento, Ferenc Puskas and many more. The match, in front of 100,000 fans ended 2:1 to England with the goals coming from Terry Paine, Jimmy Greaves and Dennis Law.
PICTURE: (Back Row, L-R) Ferenc Puskas, Djalma Santos, Svatopluk Pluskal, Lev Yashin, Jan Popluhar, Karl Heinz Schnellinger, Milutin Soskic, Josef Masopust, Eyzaguire, Jim Baxter (Front Row, L-R) Raymond Kopa, Denis Law, Alfredo di Stefano, Eusebio, Francisco Gento