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Rangers extend with shirt sponsor Utilita

Scottish Premiership football club Rangers has extended its shirt sponsorship deal with energy supplier Utilita.

Under the deal, Utilita will again feature on the back of the Glasgow club’s shirts for the 2019-20 season.

The partnership began in 2016-17 with Utilita growing their presence in seasons 2017-18 and 2018-19 before the current extension for the forthcoming campaign.

As Rangers’ Official Energy Partner, Utilita also supplies power for both Ibrox stadium and the club’s training centre.

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