Rangers 2024/25 home kit release date: Everything we know so far

The season is not over and the league title race is in full swing. It is a case of advantage Rangers after a thrilling Old Firm derby that saw them score a dramatic late equaliser.

Fans will be desperately hoping the new 2024/25 kit for next season will be worn by the Scottish champions and as thoughts turn to the new shirt design and prices, we take a look at the evidence that suggests fans have a few months to wait before they can actually see the new kit.

Rangers are very likely to remain with Castore for the new season despite unfounded rumours of Macron hoping to secure rights to create the famous blue shirts.

We can expect the new Rangers 2023/24 kit launch to take place in the final week of June in 2024 based on previous Castore kit launched.

Last year’s home and away shirts were both launched on 23 June and in 2022 the kits were launched in 24 June. However, this is the first summer with a European international tournament taking place and that may change the launch date of the Rangers shirt slightly.

Rangers 2024/25 kit price

The current Rangers kit cost £70 for adults and £55 for juniors and we can expect similar pricing levels for the 2024/25 kits. However, the new Ireland kit, Castore’s latest football shirt launch this year, does cost £75, which is a slight increase on last year’s Rangers shirt.

If you actually want to get your hands on the 2023/24 kit you can get it for as little as £35. The club is holding a 50% off sale in the last few weeks of the season and you can get the kit here.

Rangers 2024/25 kit design

No designs have been leaked yet but the 2024/25 Rangers kit will be the usual blue and white with red highlights. Castore never strays too far from the simple design brief and all Castore kits are usually simple designs with small touches on the collars and sleeves.

Main pic: Lesterhobbes764, CC BY-SA 4.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Stephen Hurrell
Stephen Hurrellhttps://subbuteo.online
Stephen is the founder and editor of The Hobby Online and The Hobby by Subbuteo.Online print magazine. He is a giant nerd and specialises in Subbuteo, retro football kits and consumer stories. A journalist and editor of 15 years, he has written about football for some of the UK's biggest publications.

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