The duo have been warned by a sheriff they cannot attend any match involving the newly formed club – before the club has even kicked off.
The sheriff made it clear they cannot go to any league or cup match involving The Rangers Football Club, regardless of which division they might be in.
John MacLeod, a serving Marine, and self-employed Greig Walker will miss the newly created Ibrox club's first 12 league and cup fixtures under the ruling.
The pair, who appeared in the dock at Perth Sheriff Court on Friday, are accused of behaving in a sectarian manner days after Rangers FC went into administration. It is alleged they threatened rail staff and caused fear and alarm by chanting sectarian songs on a train on the day Rangers lost 1-0 at home to Kilmarnock.
The duo will now be banned from first-round matches with Brechin in the Ramsdens Cup and East Fife in the Scottish Com-munities League Cup.
They will also be prohibited from attending Scottish Division 3 matches – if the NewCo club's application is ratified by the SFA – prior to their trial on November 12.
That will bar the duo from early season away trips to Peterhead, Berwick Rangers, Annan Athletic, Stirling Albion and Clyde. They will also miss home matches against East Stirling, Elgin, Montrose and Queens Park.
MacLeod, 29, and Walker, 32, both of Stonehaven, deny the allegations.