13 thoughts on “Rangers maintain a European tradition

  1. It bares some similarities with the 1860 Munich kit of that period, although the design it seems to be unique, indeed.

  2. Always wanted the Gothenburg jersey, the type of stripe was similar to Dallas Burn at the time but the single one made it stand out, but I have to point out the error of your image…

    The McEwans Lager was black (https://c8.alamy.com/comp/BJEW4F/270897-champions-league-2nd-qualifying-rnd-2nd-leg-rangers-v-ifk-gothenburg-BJEW4F.jpg), as were the names and numbers of the back (https://c8.alamy.com/comp/BJEW3M/270897-champions-league-2nd-qualifying-rnd-2nd-leg-rangers-v-ifk-gothenburg-BJEW3M.jpg), hard to read at the time

    1. Seen that picture floating around, but I don’t believe it was ever used in a game, I imagine it might have been prepared for the Strasbourg UEFA Cup games after the Champions League elimination at the hands of IFK Gothenburg due to alcohol advertising, but never worn

      1. Probably totally wrong as it was a long time ago but always had it in my head we wore it against Auxerre but as I say it was a while back.

  3. I think Greg is right, that it was prepared for the Strasbourg game in the expectation that they would have to change but they were allowed to wear the home shirts with Center Parcs logo, blue shorts and black socks.

    They were still with adidas when they played Auxerre in 1996-97 – as I found out thanks to Jay Mansfield’s blog – https://leftmidfielder.wordpress.com/2017/08/29/ger-seys-a-short-history-of-rangers-kits-from-1987-onwards/ – the shirts used there, also with Center Parcs, featured the fabric of the previous 1994-96 shirts!

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