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Rangers retain 32Red as shirt sponsor

Scottish Premiership football club Rangers has agreed a two-season extension to its partnership with principal sponsor, online casino brand 32Red.

Rangers has partnered with 32Red since the 2014-15 season, with the new deal set to cover the 2019-20 and 2020-21 campaigns.

Part of the Kindred Group, the 32Red logo will remain on the front of Rangers’ first-team kits and its branding will also appear across official club training wear and in-stadium at Ibrox.

Neil Banbury, general manager for the UK at Kindred Group, said: “At 32Red, we are committed to reinventing the sports sponsorship model, so it benefits the whole community.

“The extension of our relationship with Rangers will afford us a unique position to support the local community and those who need it most through initiatives such as the ‘Big Sleep Out’ which helped fundraise for Glasgow’s homeless.

“Steven Gerrard’s appointment as manager at the start of the season, a Premiership title bid and the return of European football is exactly the opportunity we saw back in 2014 and we look forward to many more exciting days and nights at a packed Ibrox, like those we have been enjoying this season.”

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