RANGERS will play in an all-blue kit in the Europa League final, UEFA have confirmed.

Giovanni van Bronckhorst's side will wear the traditional home shirt, but with blue shorts and socks instead of the usual white and black for domestic matches.

There were fears among supporters that a kit clash with Frankfurt would force Rangers into a change to their black away shirt or purple third kit, but that is not required.

Instead, with the blue shorts and socks, Rangers will be able to wear their home shirt for the showpiece final in Seville.

The Rangers keeper will wear the yellow goalkeeper kit for the final, with Eintracht Frankfurt's keeper in an orange strip.

The Bundesliga side will compete in their third strip for the final next week, within preferred to their red away kit.

Frankfurt will wear the all-white strip in the final meaning the officials will be in black in Spain next week.

You can see the confirmed kit selections from UEFA below.

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