Published Friday, 22 March 2013
Ibrox Stadium, where Linfield are set to play Rangers. (© Getty)
It will be the turn of Ally McCoist's side to play host on 10 April, after they travelled to Belfast last May to play Linfield at Windsor Park - running out the eventual 2-0 winners.
"The club has a strong following from Northern Ireland and our supporters turned out in huge numbers to back us at Windsor Park last year in a match that really helped us out in difficult times," McCoist told the official Rangers website.
"I look forward to meeting David Jeffrey and his squad at Ibrox next month and, once again, I would like to thank Linfield for the support they gave us last season."
Linfield offered the hand of friendship to Rangers last May and we are delighted to thank them for their support by announcing this game at Ibrox.
Ally McCoist, Rangers
Rangers chief executive Charles Green added that Linfield "deserve great credit for helping this club out during the difficult days of administration last year".
Meanwhile, Linfield chairman Jim Kerr said his side were thrilled at the prospect of the game.
"We are all looking forward to making the trip to Glasgow in April," he said.
"I am sure both sets of supporters will enjoy the fixture and there will be a huge crowd at Ibrox once again."
Linfield hosted the friendly against Rangers last year to help raise money for the cash-strapped club after it sank into administration.
The side has been forced to drop from Scotland's top flight to the third division.