A POPULAR Rangers pub has warned fans travelling to Seville that they may get 'stung' by Spain's vaccine rules.

The Louden Tavern advised fans that they need to be fully recovered from Covid in the last six months and be able to prove it or be fully vaccinated within 270 days to enter the country.

Those who cannot provide proof must complete a health control form. 

This comes before thousands of Rangers fans are expected to make their way to Seville for the Europa League final. 

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The UK government website reads: "Travellers from the UK who can either show proof of being fully vaccinated, or of having recovered from prior COVID-19 infection in the last 6 months, or who are aged under 12 years old, do not need to complete Spain’s Travel Health Control form.

"Everyone else must complete Spain’s Travel Health Control form no more than 48 hours before travel to Spain.

"You may also be subject to additional checks at the point of entry including a temperature check, visual health assessment, or testing on arrival.

"Passengers may also be contacted and required to undertake a COVID-19 nucleic acid amplification test - NAAT (PCR or similar) at any point up to 48 hours after their arrival in Spain."

The UK government also warns that people may receive a minimum fine of €3000 if they do not comply with the requirements.

For more information on the health control form and to keep up with updates or changes to travel rules for Spain, visit the UK Government website.