Boris Johnson has called upon Rangers to “do us all proud” as the Gers prepare for the Europa League final in Seville.

Giovanni van Bronckhorst's side will take to the field against Eintracht Frankfurt in the 2022 Europa League final on Wednesday night as thousands of Scottish football fans descend on the Spanish city.

Rangers beat RB Leipzig to reach this stage, while Frankfurt comfortably defeated West Ham to progress from the other semi-final tie.

Boris Johnson sends message to Rangers

The Prime Minister is the latest British leader to wish good luck to the side after Nicola Sturgeon tweeted a good luck message earlier today.

Sharing a video on his Twitter account, Mr Johnson said: “I want to wish Rangers the very best of luck in tonight’s Europa League final.

“A lot has happened to the club since you last had a game like this to look forward to so it’s a fantastic reward for the fans’ dedication through thick and thin.

“And it’s always great for UK sport and for the UK as a whole to see our great teams performing on the grandest of stages.”

He added: “So, whatever happens on the pitch, I couldn’t be happier to see you flying the flag out in Spain and I know you will do us all proud. Good luck!”

When is Eintracht Frankfurt vs Rangers?

Eintracht Frankfurt will take on Rangers in the Europa League final today on Wednesday, May 18.

The match kicks off at 8pm UK time.

It will be held at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan Stadium in Seville, Spain.