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On this homepage you will find information around the London Rangers FC, Rangers FC affiliated club.
Our U18 team losed the cup game at Steve Claridge acadmey very unlucky with 0-1. We started with a very good chance, but it was cleared by a very hard but fair tackling on a very bad pitch and that showed us, that there was no chance to win this game by playing technical but …
After the London Rangers final-ly won their first match in the Hellenic League, the team suf-fered a 3:5 away loss against Chalfont Wasps Reserves in their last fixture. After 1:1 at halftime the teams offered a spectacular game. The Rangers are now focused on the Middle-sex Intermediate Cup fixture against Spartans Youth on Sat-urday. The …
After the London Rangers FC couldn’t use their chance to gain the first three points of the season against Abingdon United Development, the team will face the Aston Clinton Reserves, currently on the 9th spot of the league, this weekend. The Pavilion. Although the team showed an encouraged and good performance, they finished the game …
London Rangers Football Club is a football club located in the Brent Area in North West London.
The club is divided in the London Rangers Football Academy and the London Rangers Football Club. These two divisions work together to create a great foundation for enjoyment and success in football for everybody who wants to join. The football academy has over 60 young players within the club structure and has a reputation for nurturing talented players in an innovative way. We are an Official Professional Partner Club and have a structured system that gives young players a great foundation and enjoyment.
The club rejoined the Spartan South Midlands League for the 2011–12 season, moving to their new home of Spratleys Meadow. This ground was being shared with Amersham Town.The club sat out of the 2012/13 season, and rejoined the Middlesex County League in Division Two at the start of the 2013/14 season. The club joined the Hellenic League Two East at the start of the 2017/18 season and moved to their new home ground The Pavilion Stonebridge.
We look forward to seeing you on the presented events. Enjoy!
New Event, The summer camp ! :
This summer, we are happy to offer a camp for students during two weeks. If you want to improve your football skills and raise your level of English, this camp is for you.
You will have the opportunity to attend 3 hours of English lessons per day tutored by qualified teachers.
In addition, you can practice several hours of football a day and play other English teams in friendly games. You follow a coach education program that will aim to offer you a FA Coaching License.
Guided tours of the city and Wembley Stadium will be held on Sundays.
You will be free to do what you want in the middle of the afternoon.
For reservations it’s happening here !
Summer term 2018
Term Summer 2 – Monday 4th June 2018 to Friday 20th July 2018
Parent consultation dates:
Prior to each date, your child will be asked to sign up to a time slot that you are able to attend.
1) Thursday 8th February, 10am-5pm
2) Thursday 19th April, 2pm-7pm
3) Thursday 28th June, 10am-4pm
UEFA Champions League Win 2012. FA Cup win 1997.
Remember that? One of the most favourite moments for every Chelsea supporter, one of the most stunning moments for every football fan.
WANT TO HAVE A TRAINING SESSION WITH THE COACH OF THAT MASSIVE ACHIEVEMENT?
Join us! We offer a training session with former Chelsea player & manager Eddie Newton.
On the 24th October you have the chance to train with the idol of many Chelsea supporters.
Together with Alfredo di Matteo he raised the UEFA Champions League & FA Cup in 2012.
As a player he is well known for his decisive goal during the FA cup win in 1997 against Middleborough.
The former deep-lying playmaker of the “Blues” also won the Football League Cup, UEFA Super Cup and UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup as a player.
As a coach he worked 3 years with Alfredo di Matteo at West Bromwich Albion and Chelsea and with Guus Hiddink at Chelsea in the previous season.
Still a key member of the backroom staff at Chelsea, he now works as a technical coach responsible for monitoring their loan players’ development.
Newton spent 9 years at Chelsea, making 214 appearences in total. He also played for Cardiff City and Birmingham City in the Premier League.
Check out the biography of the former Chelsea, Arsenal, Stoke and England player Alan Hudson, father of our Head of Academy Football Development Allen Hudson.
Have a look: Biography Alan Hudson
Check out the opportunity to meet the former Chelsea FC player Frank Sinclair: