Guernsey Rangers

Guernsey Rangers were formed in October 1893.   The 5th Battalion of the Royal  Fuselliers  were based at Fort George and managed to get two teams together.  The first time a football game was between the Army 1st team and Rangers on 5th October 1893 The Army won 4-1. This continued between the 3 teams until February 1894 and on that date the Army and Rangers decided at a meeting to form the GFA.  They also decided to play for a Cup which several members donated money towards.  As the person who put the most in was Jurat  Priaulx they named it the Priaulx Cup.  After that other teams started to join and it all went on from there.   Now with Rangers has a thriving minis and youth section as well as 4 Senior teams.


We have won the Priaulx Cup many times as well as the Upton cup against the Jersey League champions.

Guernsey Rangers takes our players to the max! Our coaches are serious about making Guernsey Rangers the #1 football Club in the Channel Islands and are always on the lookout for new PLAYERS and COACHES who will help us get there. Think you’ve got what it takes? We’d love to meet you! Read on to learn more about our stats and players and see how you can become part of our team.

About Guernsey Rangers

Everyone wants to be #1… but we really are! Guernsey Rangers is the best football club in the Channel Islands. How do we know? Because we believe so! And if we’re that passionate about our club’s drive, skill, passion and sportsmanship, then nothing else matters (except, of course, your support). Check out the players who make up our winning team and the people who coach them to perfection.

Born to Compete

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Senior training

Prialux/Jackson and U18 6-7.30 every Tuesday @KGV

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Soccer Match

Rangers 7’s is postponed for May 2020

We are currently looking at alternative dates

Regarded as the best on island youth tournament. 

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Events Coming Up

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New signings

Welcome to

Stefan Timms

Dale Garland

Owen Setters

Rob Cowley

Ben Ogier

"The greatest test of courage on earth is to bear defeat without losing heart"

Robert Green Ingersoll

Goal Keeper

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Pre Season 2020

Rawlinson cup August 2020

Fixtures to be released

News & Updates

What We’ve Been Up To

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2018 Mauger cup Champions

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U12 Corbet cup and Jason Piriou champions

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Soccer Players

U14 Le Vallee and Lewis Laine champions

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New Coach in Town

Darren Ogier steps up from the U16 & u18's to take on the first team

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Our Team

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Lorraine Ellis


I joined Rangers Netball Team 1978,  we enjoyed many successful seasons.  I was asked to be the clubs Treasurer in 1983.
Most of this time has been spent fundraising, Organizing club activities, functions etc. 

In 2010 made Honorary Life Member,  of
Guernsey Rangers F & AC
In 2015 I received the Volunteer of the year award from the Guernsey Football Association.

I Am a very proud Grandma as i was able to present my 5year old Grandson with his Minis end of season award.

Yvonne Kaill


Yvonne has been with Rangers as Secretary for over 20 years, following her move from the UK. Yvonne actively supports the club in all administrative roles and supports the players and coaches where ever she can.

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Darren Ogier

Club President, Priaulx Manager

Darren first joined Rangers as an 11 year old defender. He has played at every level for the club. He has coached at every level with the club as well as the Island Ladies Manager in 2003-2006, In 1998 he became the youngest Priaulx coach in history at that time, when he took over the team from Craig Allen.
In 2008 Darren took over the reception and year 1 teams at minis and has now followed that team through until this season. In the past 12 years he has seen his team through many successes with the Corbet cup shield, Lewis Laine Shield in back to back years the Le Vallee cup the Walley Chick Memorial cup and the Weymouth sixes champions for 2015. With 4 games to go they were also just 1 point away from the 2020/21 u16 champsions before Covid 19 ending their hopes of  the league championship.

Darren has now returned to the role as Priaulx manager for the 20/21 season. And will be looking to use a number of younger plauers that he has seen develop during his time as minis and youth coach.