Rangers vs Aberdeen Viaplay Cup Final Fixture Date: 17/12/23 on hesgoal

Competition: Viaplay Cup Final 2023/24 Rangers vs Aberdeen

Rangers v Aberdeen  Viaplay Cup Final on hesgoal

This season’s Viaplay Cup Final will be contested by Rangers and Aberdeen, two teams eager to snap their lengthy trophy droughts.

Record-contest winners Rangers will be hoping for better fortune under new manager Philippe Clement, since they have lost as finals in two of the last four seasons.

The Ibrox team will be eager to have their name engraved on the coveted trophy again. They last won this competition almost 13 years ago, in 2010–11.

On December 17, their opponents at Hampden will be equally motivated to break through their own losing streak in the competition. Aberdeen, the six-time champions, won this competition in 2014, although they have lost their two prior trips to this round of the competition, falling to Celtic in 2017 and 2019.

The Dons defeated Hibernian with ten men in the semifinals to set up their championship match, and manager Barry Robson will be hoping his team demonstrates the same resolve against a Rangers team who knocked them out in the semifinals the previous year.

At the home of Scottish football, the Viaplay Cup Final is likely to be another unforgettable event. You may pre-order a copy of the official matchday program of the SPFL at the venue.

The commemorative book, an A4-sized, spine-bound, 76-page piece of treasured memorabilia, is available for just £6, including postage and packaging to a UK address. 

An extra P&P charge will apply to overseas deliveries; the amount will be determined by the delivery address you supply.

This edition will be shipped by Royal Mail on Friday, December 15th; however, a pre-match delivery is not anticipated. It should arrive in eco-friendly paper wrap no later than three working days from the day of shipment.

Rangers Football Club

Rangers Football Club is a professional football club based in Glasgow, Scotland. Established in 1872, Rangers is one of the oldest football clubs in the world. The club has a rich and successful history and is known for its fierce rivalry with Celtic, another Glasgow-based football club.

Here are some key points about Rangers Football Club:

1. Nickname: The club is commonly known as the Gers or the Light Blues.

2. Home Ground:  Rangers play their home matches at Ibrox Stadium, located in the Ibrox area of Glasgow. The stadium has a capacity of over 50,000 spectators.

3. Colors: The team’s home colors are royal blue, white, and red.

4.  Achievements: Rangers has a storied history of success both domestically and internationally. The club has won numerous Scottish league titles and domestic cups. They have also competed in European competitions.

5. Financial Issues: In 2012, Rangers faced financial difficulties and went through a period of administration, resulting in the club being relegated to the third tier of Scottish football. However, the team has since worked its way back up the leagues and regained its place among the top clubs in Scottish football.

6. Recent Success: In recent years, Rangers have experienced a resurgence under the management of Steven Gerrard. The club won the Scottish Premiership in the 2020-2021 season, breaking Celtic’s nine-year streak of league titles.

Aberdeen Football Club

Aberdeen Football Club is a professional football club based in Aberdeen, Scotland. Here are some key points about Aberdeen FC:

1. Nickname: The club is commonly known as the Dons.

2. Home Ground: Aberdeen plays its home matches at Pittodrie Stadium, located in Aberdeen. Pittodrie is one of the oldest stadiums in Scotland and has been the home of Aberdeen FC since the club’s formation.

3. Colors: The team’s home colors are red and white.

4. Formation: Aberdeen FC was founded in 1903. The club has a strong fan base and has had periods of success throughout its history.

5. Golden Era: One of the most successful periods for Aberdeen was under the management of Sir Alex Ferguson in the late 1970s and early 1980s. During this time, Aberdeen won numerous domestic titles, including the Scottish Premier Division and the Scottish Cup.

6. European Success: Perhaps the pinnacle of Aberdeen’s achievements came in 1983-1984 when they won the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup, defeating Real Madrid in the final. This remains one of the greatest achievements in Scottish football history.

7. Recent Years: In recent years, Aberdeen has consistently been one of the top clubs in Scottish football, competing in domestic competitions such as the Scottish Premiership and the Scottish Cup.

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