Travel information: Union Saint-Gilloise | Rangers Football Club

ByRochelle W. Stone

Aug 1, 2022

ALL Rangers supporters traveling to Belgium for the match against Union Saint-Gilloise, please take note of the following information.



Rangers Supporter tickets can be found in the TA – GATE 6 / GATE 7 entrance for €20.


Stadion Den Dreef is located south of the city center of Leuven. The walk from Oude Markt takes about 20 minutes, the walk from the station between 10 and 15 minutes.

From the train station, take bus 1 or 2 to get to the stadium. Take the bus towards Heverlee and get off at the Naamse Poort stop. Lines 337 and 616 are alternatives.

Address: Kardinaal Mercierlaan 46, 3001 Heverlee


The following items are prohibited:

  • Alcohol, drugs or stimulants.

  • Bottles, glasses, cans or other equivalent material that serves or is used to contain liquids or beverages.

  • Solid, liquid or gaseous projectiles or explosives.

  • Flammable products or materials, aerosol cans.

  • Pyrotechnic objects such as Bengal lights.

  • Any dangerous, cutting or bruising weapon or object that can be used as such.

  • Any means of disturbing public order, endangering the safety of crowds, and/or causing damage to property and persons.

  • Any paper material (raw paper, rolls of toilet paper, confetti…).

  • Megaphones, vuvuzelas pressurized gas horns, whistles, pressurized bottles, cans, glass containers, umbrella with pin, step ladders, children’s prams, selfie sticks, laser pens.

  • Masks, balaclavas.

  • Items likely to cause nuisance or damage through use or misuse

  • Bicycles and prams for children are not permitted within the perimeter of the stadium and will be removed without delay at the owner’s expense – Bicycles must be placed in the bicycle parking area provided for this purpose.

  • Backpacks, sports bags, shopping bags larger than A4 are prohibited and will not be covered by the club organization except upon prior written request for medical reasons.

Flags and banners are allowed but there must be no surf banners. Batteries will also be allowed.


Local authorities have identified Oude Markt as the designated meeting area for Rangers supporters to congregate. Ticket collection will also take place in this area.

Described as a lively, shaded square lined with al fresco bars and restaurants in ornate gabled mansions, there are plenty of bars and restaurants for supporters to use.


The ticket collection point is located opposite Bar Rustic at Oude Markt.

Ticket collections will be available match day from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

After this period, Ticket Center staff will move into the stadium, after which collection will be available from 6.30 p.m. – kick-off.

Please note that only the ticket holder will be permitted to collect their match ticket and photo ID will need to be presented.


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We believe it is the responsibility of everyone associated with the club – supporters, players, staff and the wider community – to help create a positive environment where our differences are celebrated, our common bond is our love of Rangers and no one is excluded.


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  • Stand up and be an ally for those who experience discrimination

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  • Accept that there is no place in society for bigotry, racism, bigotry or homophobia

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