Rangers have become the latest Scottish football team to introduce free sanitary products for supporters.

The Ibrox club now free period products in their stadium following a campaign by period poverty group On The Ball.

A group of Rangers fans fronted the call for the club to join the increasing number of teams offering free products.

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On The Ball congratulated the team on the move, saying: "Rangers FC are On The Ball with free period products for fans.

"Well done on all your hard work to make products free and accessible at Ibrox. Absolutely fantastic news."

Monica Lennon MSP also shared her support of the announcement.

She added: "The strength of campaigning against period poverty across the UK has been mighty.

"This is a welcome announcement. So much progress has been made in a few years.

"My Members Bill to make free universal access to period products a reality has cross-party support."

As previously reported by the Evening Times, Celtic introduced the measure in May, last year.

The Parkhead team announced they would be making the change by the start of August following a campaign by Glasgow students.

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Celtic season-ticket holders Erin Slaven, Orlaith Duffy and Mikaela McKinley started the petition to help increase the visibility of women and their needs at football grounds.

The group said they wanted to start with their own team, before taking their campaign elsewhere and visited the Scottish Parliament to discuss period poverty with elected members.