See United play Celtic and Rangers in 2024

Wednesday 19 June 2024 12:18

The Scotland men’s national team will take centre stage later this evening, when Steve Clarke’s side face Switzerland in their second Group A match at Euro 2024.

Following a 5-1 opening-night reverse to hosts Germany, the Tartan Army will be looking to kickstart their campaign by bouncing back in Cologne at 20:00 BST.

United’s Scott McTominay is set to be involved, as he was in the group opener, and while we’ll be cheering on the homegrown midfielder as he represents his country once more, we’re also looking forward to reuniting with his nation’s two most successful clubs later this year.

Rangers are the second opponents on this summer’s pre-season schedule for Erik ten Hag’s team, who are set to play in the Scottish capital of Edinburgh for a second successive year.

Having defeated Lyon 1-0 at the city’s Murrayfield Stadium in 2023, the Reds will return to the historic arena – primarily used for rugby union – in just over a month’s time, to face the Glaswegian giants on Saturday 20 July (16:00 BST kick-off).

It will be the first time United have faced Rangers since a late Wayne Rooney penalty gave us all three points at the end of a tense UEFA Champions League group stage clash at Ibrox 14 years ago.

Tickets for the encounter with Philippe Clement’s side – who finished runners-up in the Scottish Premiership last season and have ex-Reds goalkeeper Jack Butland in their ranks – are available to buy now.

After Ten Hag's men have gone head-to-head with Rangers, we will reconvene with their historic Old-Firm rivals, Celtic, in September.

But this time it will be the turn of our Legends side, who will go up against their Hoops counterparts in a special Old Trafford fixture on Saturday 7 September (14:00 BST kick-off), to raise important funds for Manchester United Foundation.

Club icon Bryan Robson is already confirmed as manager of our team – with news of those playing to follow in due course – and supporters can secure a seat to get behind Robbo’s Reds here, on what should be another memorable M16 occasion.

The former United skipper is looking forward to being in the dugout and seeing fans from both clubs at the Theatre of Dreams. "I love being involved in these games and it’s always a joy to get the lads back together – when we do, it’s like we’ve never been away,” he told us recently.

“We’re going to have some top players on show who’ve done brilliantly for this football club. It’s an opportunity for the fans to come down, enjoy these players once again, have a great day with their family and support the Foundation."