Less than 1,000 left for charity match at end of the month
Tickets for the Rangers Legends game at Highbury Stadium on Saturday 25th March 2017 (2pm k/o) are selling fast!
The game has been organised to raise funds for former Rangers defender Fernando Ricksen’s MND foundation and they will take on an England Legends side.
Marco Negri,Rangers legends will feature the likes of Barry Ferguson, Michael MolsGavin McCann, Paul Walsh, Kerry Dixon, Alan Wright, Trevor Sinclair, Dave Beasant and David May set to feature amongst others with Paul Ince the Player/Manager on the day.
,Paul Scholes,Darren Anderton,Teddy Sheringham legendsAnd for England
Mark Walters, Peter Lovenkrands and Arthur Numan in the squad with Ian Durrant managing the side.Charlie Miller, , ordon DurieG Jorg Albertz, Alex Rae, Colin Hendry,,
SEATING Adults £15 Juniors U16 £6
STANDING Adults £12 Juniors U16 £5
How to book tickets
Tickets still on sale at the club shop/ticket office in person and on line atwww.ftfcstore.comwhere supporters can register and purchase up to a maximum of 10 tickets per person.
We would recommend fans not able to buy tickets in person use the online option as we are expect high demand for these tickets. Rangers fans have now been allocated all tickets across the stadium with no segregation planned for the charity match.
Note: Booking fees apply of £1.50 per transaction (Max 10 tickets per transaction) will apply to online and telephone sales. A £1.00 postage fee will also apply per transaction (Max 10 tickets per transaction)
Stan Gordon, a long standing organiser of the legends games for the Blues is looking forward to the fixture. “It is a great privilege to be organising the charity match at Fleetwood Town’s Highbury Stadium.
“The charity we will be raising money for the Fernando Ricksen MND Foundation. Rangers fans are really looking forward to visiting the Fylde Coast for the weekend. Both squads have some of the best known players in Scotland and England, I know this will be a special day for Fernando and a number of his former team mates and the supporters.
Last weekend Sky Sports featured a preview to the game with Fernando Ricksen as media interest in the fixture gathers pace with the game just a few weeks away.
Martin Booker, Head of Commercial at the club said: “We are looking forward to seeing some big names appearing for both Rangers and England on the day. Tickets are selling well with Rangers fans travelling in numbers. Just under 1,000 tickets are remaining for the game.”
Note: Fleetwood Town are playing away at Bury in Sky Bet League One action on the same day.