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Photo: Rangers unveil new away kit for Championship challenge next year

The Scottish giants new strip will be available to buy from June 11.

Rangers have wasted no time in moving on from their disappointing playoff loss to Motherwell last weekend, unveiling the new away strip and goalkeeper kit that could help them finally return to the Scottish Premiership.

The Puma kit is a stylish red and black number that pays homage to Rangers' presence in the Burgh of Govan, with a diagonal stripe across the shirt front.

It is the German company's third straight year designing the strip and training wear of the famous Glasgow club. 

Supporters can pre-order the kit from the Rangers store, and it will be available to buy from June 11.

The goalkeeper jersey was also displayed on the Rangers site, being an inversion of the outfield colour choice - meaning it is black with two red bands at the top of the shirt.

There is some doubt as to which manager will be leading out the players in the new strip next season, with current boss Stuart McCall's position in charge said to be under review. 

But whoever it is, Rangers players will be hoping to replicate the stylishness of their shirts with their assault on winning promotion back to the top flight.

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