RANGERS have confirmed ticketless supporters heading to Seville for the Europa League final can now secure entry to a viewing zone in the La Cartuja Stadium with briefs on sale.

A supporter update this evening revealed tickets - priced at €10 - are on sale for fans who are travelling to Seville but don't have tickets to the final.

The club confirmed fans can now instead head to the 60,000-seater La Cartuja Stadium where the match will be shown on large screens.

Fans can purchase their ticket for the fan viewing zone HERE.

The stadium footprint will open at 7.30pm with gates opening at 8pm for those with viewing zone tickets.

A statement read: "RANGERS are pleased to confirm that UEFA, Spanish Police and the local authorities have agreed to host Rangers supporters travelling to Seville without tickets in La Cartuja Stadium.

"There will be both a fan meeting area and a fan viewing area. 

"Bars and restaurants of Seville are welcoming our travelling support, but fans should be aware that there are very limited options for viewing the match in the city centre and La Cartuja is the best option for our supporters travelling without tickets.

"The city centre fan meeting point (Alameda de Hércules) will not be showing the match. As such, it is strongly recommended only for supporters with tickets to the game."

Rangers also confirmed a meeting point for fans in Seville at Almeda de Hercules where there will be food, drink, music and toilet facilities available from 11am to 8pm.

Rangers confirmed: "This meeting point is where it is recommended supporters travelling without tickets congregate.  There will music, food, drink, and toilet facilities all available within this meeting point which is adjacent to the stadium.  It will open at 11am and close at 8pm."