Rangers Refuse To Wear Scottish Premiership Sleeve Badge

Scottish champions Rangers FC are refusing to wear the league's official sleeve badge.



Since the start of the 2021-2022 season, cinch, an online used car marketplace, is the title sponsor of the Scottish Professional Football League (SPFL). The Scottish Premiership is known as SPFL cinch Premiership as part of the five-year deal - until 2026.



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Rangers are claiming the cinch deal is in conflict with a current Rangers sponsorship deal. In fact, their Chairman Douglas Park owns the Parks of Hamilton motoring business which is a rival to Cinch.



The club has refused to display Cinch logos on their shirts in all Scottish Premiership games of the season, and there was no cinch branding at Ibrox.

The cinch deal is worth 1.6 million GBP per season, with eighty percent of the annual sponsorship pot paid to the clubs in the first division.

Rangers held negotiations to rename their ground ‘the cinch Ibrox stadium’ before the disputeNow some days ago it was revealed that Rangers held negotiations to rename their ground ‘the cinch Ibrox stadium’ before the dispute over the SPFL title sponsor.

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