RANGERS look set to play in a stadium full of kids next week as they take on Sparta Prague in the Europa League. 

The Czech outfit have been given special permission by UEFA to allow youngster into the Letna Stadium to watch the Group A clash. 

The tie - which will be played on September 30 - was supposed to be behind closed doors due to European football's governing body sanctioning the Sparta after their fans directed racist chants in a Champions League third round qualifying match. 

A group of fans aimed monkey chants at Monaco's Aurelien Tchouameni after he scored the opener in the first half of the game. 

UEFA then ordered the club to play home European games without fans in the stadium. 

However, they have now been allowed kids inside their ground to attend the game against Steven Gerrard's Gers

Only adults who are supervising kids will be allowed in too.