RANGERS have confirmed that season ticket prices will be frozen at current levels ahead of the 2021/22 campaign and their Premiership title defence.

Supporters will have the chance to renew their season tickets when the sales window opens next week and a deadline of May 17 has been put in place.

Rangers sold out all 46,500 of their available season books this term despite the impact of the Covid pandemic that denied fans a chance to take their seats.

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Steven Gerrard's side have won all of their matches at Ibrox on their way to the Premiership title and the fourth round of the Scottish Cup and have conceded just three goals - against Motherwell, Hibernian and Dundee United - on home soil as they have moved to within touching distance of an unbeaten league campaign.

Fans have now been asked to stump up ahead of the new season that will see Gerrard's side bid for their 56th league flag and look to build on their impressive European endeavours by qualifying for the Champions League.

But there are no guarantees yet when supporters will be able to watch the action unfold in person at Ibrox as Scotland moves through the tiers to take the country out of lockdown measures implemented to control Coronavirus.

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Hampden will host reduced crowds of 12,000 at the European Championships this summer as Scotland face the Czech Republic and Croatia.

But no timescale has yet been set for the return of supporters to domestic matches as the Scottish FA and SPFL continue their discussions with Holyrood.

Rangers confirmed on Friday that they will play Arsenal in friendly on Saturday, July 17 as part of a series of events to mark their 150th anniversary next term.

Director of Commercial and Marketing, James Bisgrove, expressed his hope that supporters would be able to return to Ibrox to watch the glamour tie with Mikel Arteta's side.

He said: “Rangers’ 150th anniversary will be a special, special year for the football club, and I am thrilled Arsenal have accepted our invitation to come to Ibrox for a very special friendly match.

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“There is a rich heritage shared by the two clubs, and it is therefore fitting we should meet at the beginning of a real, milestone year for Rangers.

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“With the Covid-19 situation easing, we are very hopeful we will be able to welcome a significant number of our supporters back to Ibrox to celebrate not only the club’s anniversary, but also the winning of 55 in-person too."