Guernsey Rangers F.A.C.

Guernsey Rangers F.A.C is a football club formed in 1893 and based in Guernsey, Channel Islands. They currently play in the FNB Priaulx League. Guernsey Rangers are the oldest club in the Channel Islands[1] and are a founder member of the Guernsey Football Association.

Guernsey Rangers
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Full nameGuernsey Rangers Football Athletic Club
Founded1893
GroundRoute de Saint Andrew, St Andrew
LeaguePriaulx League
2020-218th/9
WebsiteClub website

The club traditionally plays in red and black and the club currently plays its home games at St Andrew, Guernsey. At the start of the 2017/18 league season they will be playing their home games on the 3G Astro pitch at KG5.

Guernsey Rangers are recognised as an FA Chartered Standard Club – this is a club standard that has to be passed by The Football Association and is recognised highly, worldwide. The club are currently investing in football development and have a very good youth structure, with what is often regarded as one of the best 'mini's' facilities in the island.

On 6 April 2010, Guernsey Rangers won the Guernsey FA Cup for the first time, beating Belgrave Wanderers 2–1. The second occasion they won the cup was in the 2013-14 season.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Home Page".

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Coordinates: 49°26′57″N 2°33′56″W / 49.449163°N 2.565621°W / 49.449163; -2.565621