Rangers ladies shirt 2015/16


Rangers ladies shirt 2015-16Buy now   £47.99

Glasgow Rangers are one of the giants of Scottish football, playing home games at Ibrox and winning numerous Scottish titles and Scottish Cups before demotion to the Third Division in 2012 following the liquidation of the club.

Rangers are now on the way back, having just missed promotion last season in the play offs and will be aiming for a return to the top flight of Scottish football under the new management team of Mark Warburton and David Weir. This means that the fans could look forward to more derbies with city rivals Celtic.

The Glasgow Rangers ladies shirt 2015/16 is now available for purchase prior to the new season, and the shirt is manufactured by Puma as part of the current five year deal with the club. The iconic full blue body of the shirt has been retained, with the addition of a white stripe across the shoulders and down the sleeves of the shirt and red details on the side and on the v neck collar.  The back of the shirt is all blue, and the full kit is completed with the traditional white shorts and black socks.

Rangers are sponsored by betting company 32 Red, and their name is splashed across the centre of the shirt with the Puma logo and club crest completing the design. The shirt features the latest in Puma technology, so draws moisture away from the skin during games and keeps players and supporters cool.

Rangers have a huge fan female fan base all over Scotland and the rest of Great Britain, so make sure that you show your support for the lads as the team aims to win the Scottish Championship and return to the top flight where they belong. The ladies shirt is designed specifically for women, with a slim and feminine fit and is currently available in all sizes from 8 through to 18 for £47.99

 

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