A POPULAR K-Pop group who accidentally wore vintage Rangers tops during a gig in Texas has announced a surprise meet up with fans at Ibrox.

Members of the pop band STAYC had meant to wear the jerseys of the Texas Rangers for a show in Dallas as part of their US tour.

However, a wardrobe mix-up meant the singers took to the stage in shirts that had been cropped and paired with denim shorts and mini-skirts once famously sported by Rangers’ players such as Ally McCoist and Brian Laudrup.

The group have just finished embarking on the US-leg of their Teenfresh world tour.

On Monday, the group announced on Twitter/X that they would be at a meet-up in Scotland at Ibrox the same day at 6pm.

The group posted: “STAYC meets Rangers FC in Scotland. Today in Scotland STAYC is coming.

“Location: Outside Edmiston House at Rangers FC. Time: 6pm November 6 (GMT). Glasgow SWITH & Rangers FC fans please come and enjoy.”

A Rangers FC spokesperson commented: “Rangers are delighted to announce that K-pop band STAYC will be visiting Edmiston House later this afternoon so why not come along and see them!

“The Korean band became recognised amongst the Gers support for mistakenly wearing retro jerseys from the 1996-97 season at a recent show in Dallas, Texas.

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“STAYC had intended to wear the jerseys of the Texas Rangers baseball team, who recently reached the World Series, for a show as part of their US tour.

“However pictures circulating on social media showed two members of the girl group wearing the home shirts fashioned into crop tops which trigged nostalgia for the Light Blues support with the strip being the one worn in the record equalling nine in a row title winning season.

“The band will be present from 6pm where there will be a meet and greet opportunity before they head south to appear at Wembley to perform alongside other K-pop stars for Korea on Stage in London on Wednesday night.”