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Rangers are heading for the United States this summer as they prepare for top-flight football next season. The Championship winners will mix it with the countrys elite next term after working their way through the lower divisions over the past four years.The Ibrox club, who face Hibernian in the Scottish Cup final on May 21, live on Sky Sports 1, said: Mark Warburtons squad will travel to Charleston, South Carolina, for a training camp from 26 June to 8 July, which also includes a friendly against Charleston Battery. The United Soccer League side, who play in the Eastern Conference, will host the Light Blues at their 5,100 capacity MUSC Health Stadium on Wednesday, 6 July. Mark Warburton led Rangers to the Championship title this season Coached by ex-player Mike Anhaeuser, Battery will provide good opposition for Rangers, who will spend 10 days at their training base in Charleston.Manager Warburton said: We are delighted our pre-season programme is now confirmed and we look forward to travelling to America in late June. Rangers manager Mark Warburton praises his staff and players after being named PFA Scotland manager of the year We will enjoy 10 days of warm weather training in South Carolina and play Charleston Battery on 6 July before we return to Glasgow for the start of the 2016/17 campaign.Auchenhowie is a fantastic facility but taking the players and staff away for pre-season will be important as we get ready for Premiership football once again. Also See: Rangers video Rangers fixtures Rangers stats Sky Bet Club Get a £10 free bet! 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