THE only place to watch Rangers’ latest European qualifier live is on RangersTV this Thursday.

After coming through 5-0 against Lincoln Red Imps last week, the Light Blues travel to the Netherlands this week to take on Willem II in Tilburg.

It’s sure to be a tough test for Gers against a side which finished sixth in last season’s Eredivisie, but their form in Europe over the last two years has been outstanding and they will travel across the North Sea with confidence.

RangersTV will once again have a top team in place to bring you the best coverage. Emma Dodds will anchor and be joined by Rangers legend and experienced European campaigner, Mark Hateley. There will be a RangersTV debut for former Ibrox defender Craig Moore.

Australian hero Moore had two spells at Gers from 1994 to 1998, and then 1999 to 2005, and won everything there is to win in Scotland as well as be excellent in Europe for the club.

On Thursday’s pre-match show, we’ll also be hearing from former Holland international Arthur Numan who will give us an insight into what to expect from Willem II on Thursday night.

Arthur’s experience of both Dutch and Scottish football will provide a unique insight and an expert view into our opponents.

Kick-off is at 8pm, with the pre-match show beginning at 7:30pm.



The match is available for PPV worldwide, including inside the UK/ROI, fans around the globe can purchase via Pay Per View for £9.99 for full live coverage.

(Users in The Netherlands will not be able to purchase PPV)


If you are already an international RangersTV Unlimited subscriber, on an annual or monthly subscription then you can click HERE to watch the match on the RangersTV website and app.


Rangers season ticket holders will NOT have the match included as part of your RTV access for the season. However the match is available to purchase on PPV. If you are watching on the RTV app you MUST purchase the match via the website before attempting to view.

Thank you for your continued loyalty and support. We look forward to welcoming you back to Ibrox as soon as it is safe to do so.


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STRIKER Lizzie Arnot says she is excited at the prospect of writing her name in Rangers’ history books after making the switch from Manchester United.

The Scotland international joined the Gers during lockdown after being impressed by the ambition and professional set-up of the women’s programme.

With a few weeks of training under her belt, the 24-year-old says she already feels at home in Glasgow.

Speaking to RangersTV she said: “It is great, I am really enjoying it, I feel right at home.

“It has helped knowing a few of the girls coming here but even the ones I didn’t know it is just a really nice environment to be in.

“Everyone is really excited, the fact that we have not played for so long, it has been such a long wait.

“It is just that anticipation now and we are excited to get going.”

Arnot moved to Manchester United from Hibs in 2018 to become part of their first ever professional women’s side, an experience which she hopes will benefit her at Rangers.

She continued: “Being a part of the first women’s Manchester United professional team was amazing and they are putting a lot into the women’s game and credit to them for doing that.

“Comparing it to here I think Rangers are going the right way as well and you can see the professional set-up is great and being in and around the training ground is really positive.

“It was nice getting the opportunity to come back to Scotland. The whole professional set up and environment, the squad and the vision Rangers had was really encouraging and I just wanted to be a part of it.”

Down south the forward marked her place in history scoring the first ever goal for the United’s women’s side in a 1-0 win over Liverpool in the FA Women’s League Cup.

She continued: “There’s not been a professional team at Rangers and I think there is expectation on us to do well but that is another reason why I came here.

“I wanted to be part of the history of it and to be part of something big and a project that can really go far, so it is exciting.

“Hopefully, having been part of a professional set-up before and dealing with that and being with Scotland I’m hoping I can help others around me and use that experience on the pitch as well.”



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RYDC will host a Twitter Q&A with Rangers Academy graduate Nathan Patterson tomorrow afternoon.

The 18-year-old right-back is now permanently part of Steven Gerrard’s first-squad and featured yet again in the 5-0 win over Lincoln Red Imps in the Europa League last week.

Nathan made his Rangers debut earlier this year against Stranraer in the Scottish Cup at Ibrox and he hasn’t looked back since.

His years in the Rangers Academy has helped prepare him perfectly for the first-team environment he is now thriving in and he’ll answer questions about his Light Blues journey on the Rangers Youth Development Company Twitter feed Tuesday 22nd September.

What would you like to ask the young defender?

Tweet your questions now to @rfc_rydc using the hashtag #AskNathan and he’ll answer later this week.

Since 2002, profit from Rangers Youth Development Company products has gone to the Rangers Academy with well over £8.5 million donated in that time.

Players like Nathan truly benefit from RYDC support – for full details on all their products visit www.rydc.co.uk.

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Gersnet Podcast 105 – No sunshine on Leith

As Rangers fail to win on the road for the second time this season, David Wren is joined by Colin and Alec to discuss the Easter Road disappointment, our early Europa League games and whether or not a move to English football will ever be likely.

Keep an eye on our YouTube channel for our next live event (usually Sundays at 9.30pm during the season).

At the moment you can also subscribe to the pod via the platforms below the video (remember to download their app from the App Store and/or Google Play) if you want to listen/download on your mobile devices. If you encounter any problems, then please email us for help.


  • Acast: https://www.acast.com/gersnet (also compatible with Alexa Skills – use your Echo to enjoy the pod!)
  • iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/gersnet-podcast/id1367486387
  • Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjonaQVRhZNv1jN4SSz8bsw
  • Castbox: https://castbox.fm/channel/fa2e801c39a9dfac69c6f7f28316b4be1be2b|700|400863 (also compatible with Alexa Skills – use your Echo to enjoy the pod!)
  • Google Play (USA only for now): Listen on Google Play Music
  • TuneIn: https://tunein.com/podcasts/Football/Gersnet-Podcast-p1117723/
  • Stitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=180590&refid=stpr (also compatible with Alexa Skills – use your Echo to enjoy the pod!)
  • Podbean: Coming soon
  • Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0HnkutCKJDp0ce8BzsIuy5 (also compatible with Alexa Skills – use your Echo to enjoy the pod!)

Alexa Skills!

Another cool feature of Acast, Castbox, Stitcher and TuneIn is that you can add Skills to your Alexa smart devices in order to listen to the pod through your Echo or TV.

Just open your Amazon Alexa app and search for the relevant Skill to add it, then try the following example commands to get started:

“Alexa, Ask Acast/Stitcher/CastBox/TuneIn to play the Gersnet Podcast”
“Alexa, Ask Acast/Stitcher/CastBox/TuneIn to play the latest episode of the Gersnet Podcast”
“Alexa, Ask Acast/Stitcher/CastBox/TuneIn to play my Favorites playlist”
“Alexa, Ask Acast/Stitcher/CastBox/TuneIn to play Front Page”
“Alexa, Ask Acast/Stitcher/CastBox/TuneIn what are my playlists?”
“Alexa, Ask Acast/Stitcher/CastBox/TuneIn to play Listen Later”

Obviously the Skills support various other relevant commands which you can have fun exploring!

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SCOTT ARFIELD shared manager Steven Gerrard’s assessment of it being a ‘disappointing’ afternoon as the Light Blues were held to a 2-2 draw by Hibs.

Gers fought back from a goal down to lead 2-1, with Arfield grabbing the second goal, but they couldn’t see it out with Hibs finding an equaliser.

Speaking to RangersTV, Arfield said: “It was disappointing and I think everyone watching the game and associated with the club will find it a difficult one to take.

“We have worked so hard to get in front, but you need to see the game out and finish it off, but we never managed to do so and it’s hard to take.

“I think game management is huge, particularly in this league, but when you work so hard to get there, you need to see it out.

“I had my own double chance at the end and should finish the game off and I apologise for that as one of them should go in, but we shouldn’t get to that stage I don’t think – the game should have been seen out.

“We have to be tougher and more on it if we want to be successful.”



Arfield’s goal came following some super play with Ianis Hagi, and he continued: “When we play fluid football, we can open teams up regardless of where we go in Europe or domestically.

“We have good footballers – Ianis sees passes and set me up for one in the first half that was cleared off the line.

“He sees things very quickly and I was glad to get him the assist, but again, it is so difficult to take on an overall basis as this is a game we should have won and moved on.”

Arfield has had to be patient and wait for his chance this season, but has now netted in back-to-back league matches for Gers.

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He said: “The overall picture is the quality we have got in the team. When we came back from pre-season, the manager kept on adding and players have come back in fantastic form so it is all about being patient.

“The calibre of player has got better and we will add to that, so it is about players being patient and being ready for when your chance comes.”

Gers now move on to face Willem II on Thursday in Europa League qualifying, and on that, Arfield added: “That is what happens when you are successful – you have games coming thick and fast and it is what you want – you don’t want to wait another week to put it right.”

“Hopefully we can get the right result to stay in the competition as we know how much it means to the fans and the club as a whole.

“This is what attracts players to come and sign for the club and this is another obstacle in our way, but we feel we can go and win the game.”

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