Rangers F.C.

association football club in Glasgow, Scotland

The Rangers Football Club are an association football team based in Glasgow, Scotland, who are the best team who play in the Scottish Professional Football League, in the Scottish Premiership. They have won many league titles ,[2] a world record, plus the glory days in Scottish Third Division, Scottish League One and Scottish Championship league titles and have won more major trophies than any football club in the world.[3] The club are nicknamed The Gers, and fans are known to each other as “bears”.[4]

The Rangers
Full nameRangers Football Club
Nickname(s)The Gers
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GroundIbrox Stadium
OwnerRangers Football Club Ltd[1]
ChairmanDouglas Park
ManagerMichael Beale
LeagueScottish Premiership
2019–20Scottish Premiership, 2nd of 12
Current season

Club colours and crest Edit

The club colours of Rangers F.C. are royal blue, white and red. The team's home strip invariably features a royal blue shirt (often with white and/or red trim). Traditionally this is accompanied by white shorts (often with royal blue and/or red trim) and black socks with red turn-downs.[5] However when wearing the 'home strip' Rangers will occasionally alter the shorts and socks, sometimes replacing the black socks with white ones; or replacing the white shorts and black socks combination with royal blue shorts and socks.

The basic design of Rangers away strips has changed far more than the traditional home strip. White and red have been the most common predominant colours for Rangers alternate strips, though dark and light blue have also featured highly.[6]

In recent years, Rangers have also introduced a third kit.[7] This is usually worn if both the home and away kits clash with their opponents. The colours used range from light blue to red to a tangerine.[8]

First-team squad Edit

As of 17 August 2022[9][10]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK   Scotland Allan McGregor
2 DF   England James Tavernier (captain)
3 DF   Nigeria Calvin Bassey
4 DF   England George Edmundson
5 DF   Sweden Filip Helander
6 DF   England Connor Goldson (vice-captain)
7 MF   Romania Ianis Hagi
8 MF   Scotland Ryan Jack
9 FW   England Jermain Defoe
10 MF   Northern Ireland Steven Davis
11 FW    Switzerland Cedric Itten
13 GK   England Andy Firth
14 MF   England Ryan Kent
15 FW   Scotland Jamie Murphy
16 DF   Scotland Nathan Patterson
17 MF   Nigeria Joe Aribo
No. Pos. Nation Player
18 MF   Finland Glen Kamara
19 DF   Croatia Nikola Katić
20 FW   Colombia Alfredo Morelos
21 MF   England Brandon Barker
22 MF   Northern Ireland Jordan Jones
24 FW   Scotland Greg Stewart
25 FW   Jamaica Kemar Roofe
26 DF   Nigeria Leon Balogun
30 MF   Scotland Kai Kennedy
31 DF   Croatia Borna Barišić
33 GK   Scotland Jon McLaughlin
34 DF   Scotland Lewis Mayo
36 MF   Scotland Jamie Barjonas
37 MF   Canada Scott Arfield
40 MF   Scotland Glenn Middleton

On loan Edit

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
GK   Scotland Robby McCrorie (on loan at Livingston)
GK   Scotland Kieran Wright (on loan at Partick Thistle)
DF   Scotland Rhys Breen (on loan at Partick Thistle)
No. Pos. Nation Player
MF   Scotland Stephen Kelly (on loan at Ross County)
MF   Scotland Ross McCrorie (on loan at Aberdeen)
FW   Scotland Jake Hastie (on loan at Motherwell)

Related pages Edit

Other websites Edit

References Edit

  1. THE RANGERS FOOTBALL CLUB LIMITED Company No. SC425159 Companies House. Retrieved 1 July 2019
  2. "Total Number of Championships". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation. 23 November 2006.
  3. "Glasgow Rangers - 1564 Trophies". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation. 21 October 2001.[permanent dead link]
  4. "Glasgow Rangers". Yahoo! sport.
  5. "Current Rangers Home shirt".[permanent dead link]
  6. "Current Rangers Away shirt".[permanent dead link]
  7. "Current Rangers Third shirt".[permanent dead link]
  8. "Rangers to drop orange strip after sectarian outcry". Sunday Herald. 6 October 2002. Archived from the original on 17 May 2010. Retrieved 3 February 2010.
  9. "First Team Squad". Rangers F.C. Retrieved 1 July 2020.
  10. "Rangers FC squad". UEFA. Retrieved 1 July 2020.