Rangers International football club has finally returned to Nnamdi Azikiwe Stadium, Enugu, after playing their home matches at Awka City Stadium in Anambra for over two seasons.
The General Manager of the club, Amobi Ezeaku, announced this development on Friday at a media briefing in Enugu, said that the club will trade tackles with Shooting Stars football club, Ibadan, on December 28 at the Cathedral.
Ezeaku also revealed that the club will float under-13 and under-17 female teams, from which the team will groom young talents for the main team.
He expressed gratitude for the effort of Gov. Peter Mbah in ensuring the Nnamdi Azikiwe Stadium returned to its former glory.
“Gov. Mbah swore that Rangers must be back in Enugu, and we are back. We are grateful that we are back, but the stadium must not be destroyed. We want to let you know that the cathedral is back and sanctified,” he said.
He assured that adequate security has been put in place to ensure that fans, players, and officials are safe at the stadium when matches are played.