Scottish Third Division Side Rewarding Fans For 'Unwavering Commitment'
Scottish Third Division Rangers have announced a freeze on season ticket prices, which is a reward to fans "for their unrivalled and unwavering commitment to the club,” according to the SCOTSMAN. After its relegation to the Third Division, the Ibrox club cut adult season tickets by one third and juveniles by 50%. Prices for next season, which include all 18 Irn-Bru Second Division home games, start from £258 ($392.7) for adults, £65 ($98.9) for children and £179 ($272.5) for concessions. The club said that "season ticket renewal and purchase details will be communicated to supporters in advance through club communications and the media." Meanwhile, Celtic has announced it will play Bundesliga side Borussia Mönchengladbach in a preseason match that will be part of the season-ticket package (SCOTSMAN, 5/15).