By Jack Cunningham

15th Sep, 2021 | 7:10pm

Rangers fans from Northern Ireland could be impacted by confusing travel rules

Rangers fans from Northern Ireland might not be allowed into Scottish football grounds, according to a report from the Belfast Telegraph.

They claim that there is confusion over the new vaccine passport rules set to come into force in Scotland on the 1st of October.

This will cover football matches, but it seems there is confusion over how the passport will be implemented and if it will allow Gers fans from Northern Ireland into Ibrox and other grounds.

Problems for Rangers fans in Northern Ireland.

Considering we are just over two weeks away from the passport coming into action, you would have thought there would be clearer instructions for fans from other countries travelling to watch the Gers.

However, it appears as if supporters from Northern Ireland could be blocked from entering Ibrox or other stadiums in Scotland, which would be a huge shame.

Surely, if they have been vaccinated, then they should be allowed in, and there shouldn’t be any confusion for these fans.

We would hope that the Gers would try and step in to help out their Northern Ireland-based fans.

These Gers fans travel a long way to go and watch their beloved Bears, and we would hope that the club are trying to get clarity from the Scottish government about the travel situation.

Hopefully, the confusion around this is cleared up soon, and Northern Ireland-based Gers fans can still go to games this season.

In other Rangers news, Steven Gerrard has confirmed he has one star ready to face Lyon.