THE only place to watch Rangers’ latest European qualifier live is on RangersTV this Thursday.
After coming through 5-0 against Lincoln Red Imps last week, the Light Blues travel to the Netherlands this week to take on Willem II in Tilburg.
It’s sure to be a tough test for Gers against a side which finished sixth in last season’s Eredivisie, but their form in Europe over the last two years has been outstanding and they will travel across the North Sea with confidence.
RangersTV will once again have a top team in place to bring you the best coverage. Emma Dodds will anchor and be joined by Rangers legend and experienced European campaigner, Mark Hateley. There will be a RangersTV debut for former Ibrox defender Craig Moore.
Australian hero Moore had two spells at Gers from 1994 to 1998, and then 1999 to 2005, and won everything there is to win in Scotland as well as be excellent in Europe for the club.
On Thursday’s pre-match show, we’ll also be hearing from former Holland international Arthur Numan who will give us an insight into what to expect from Willem II on Thursday night.
Arthur’s experience of both Dutch and Scottish football will provide a unique insight and an expert view into our opponents.
Kick-off is at 8pm, with the pre-match show beginning at 7:30pm.
IF YOU ARE AN INTERNATIONAL (UNLIMITED) RTV SUBSCRIBER OR PAY PER VIEW USER
The match is available for PPV worldwide, including inside the UK/ROI, fans around the globe can purchase via Pay Per View for £9.99 for full live coverage.
(Users in The Netherlands will not be able to purchase PPV)
If you are already an international RangersTV Unlimited subscriber, on an annual or monthly subscription then you can click HERE to watch the match on the RangersTV website and app.
IF YOU ARE A RANGERS SEASON TICKET HOLDER
Rangers season ticket holders will NOT have the match included as part of your RTV access for the season. However the match is available to purchase on PPV. If you are watching on the RTV app you MUST purchase the match via the website before attempting to view.
Thank you for your continued loyalty and support. We look forward to welcoming you back to Ibrox as soon as it is safe to do so.
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