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Europa League: Rangers fans without a ticket welcome in Seville

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Europa League: Rangers

Rangers announced that the Spanish police and UEFA have agreed to host supporters traveling without a ticket for the Europa League final in Seville. UEFA previously urged fans without a ticket against traveling for their showdown against Eintracht Frankfurt. Rangers revealed that supporters without a ticket for the final will be allowed to buy €10 tickets to watch the game at the La Cartuja Stadium.

“Bars and restaurants of Seville are welcoming our travelling support but fans should be aware that there are very limited options for viewing the match in the city centre and La Cartuja is the best option for our supporters travelling without tickets,” Rangers said in a statement about the Europa League final. “The city centre fan meeting point (Alameda de Hercules) will not be showing the match. As such, it is strongly recommended only for supporters with tickets to the game.”

“To supporters with or without tickets: go and enjoy yourself. Go and enjoy the occasion. I remember in 2008 thinking, ‘will I see Rangers in a European final again,” the club’s managing director Stewart Robinson said. “Here we are. It is fantastic. Go and be a good ambassador for Rangers. We are going to a beautiful city – go and enjoy the city but let’s go and do it in the right way. Regardless of numbers, go and do it, respect the city, and respect the locals. There will be people going about their day-to-day business.”

“Given the significant UEFA regulatory demands, we are required to deploy our full safety team in Seville, given the anticipated travelling support. This was not an easy decision but it is vital we ensure the safety of the team, management and travelling support in Spain,” the club said. “We acknowledge and understand the disappointment and frustration of non-travelling supporters, but there was no safe way of delivering a matchday screening.”

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