Rangers v Aberdeen Supporters Information

Ibrox at Night

Further information for supporters heading to or watching the Rangers v Aberdeen match tonight, kick-off 7.45pm.

COP26 Travel Disruption

Supporters should be aware if travelling down to Ibrox a number of road closures are in place for the COP26 Climate Change Conference which will mean roads leading to and from Ibrox will be busier.

COP26 Map

There is more details available at: https://www.getreadyglasgow.com/cop26/traffic-and-travel

Vaccine Passports

Spot checks of Covid vaccine passports will be in place at this match.

Supporters are encouraged to bring a hard copy of their vaccine certificate, however digital copies will also be accepted, please be prepared for it to be checked.

The following groups are exempt from carrying proof of vaccination:

  • Under 18’s
  • People who are not able to receive the vaccine for medical reasons
  • Participants in vaccine trials
  • Workers or volunteers at the venue or event

Those exempt for medical reasons or due to participation in vaccine trials are asked to carry an official letter to confirm this. You will not be admitted to the stadium without this.

Covid status certification does not replace existing measures and supporters are encouraged to continue to wear face coverings and follow test and protect rules and guidance.

Click here for more information on how to get proof of your vaccine status.

Or download the free NHS Scotland Covid Status app on your smartphone.


If you can’t make it to the game, the match will be available to watch live for RedTV International subscribers or audio only in the UK and Ireland.

There is a pay-per-view option available via Rangers TV.

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