New Ferry Rangers started in 2006 by Simon Crabtree to give children in the area a team to play for and be proud of. There was a club in the 80s that was run by Alf Roberts but it ceased to exist. Originally started with one team of boys from Grove Street Primary School playing Under 9s Mini League. The club is now well established and has teams from Under 7, Girls football up to adults teams. Our early support came from a few local businesses such as Bebington Builders and also NFRAG or the reformed New Ferry Residents Association. Without their early support the club would not exist as it does today. Over the years we have invested a lot of time and effort into the club and local community and secured £60,000 funding from Biffa and the Football Foundation for works on New Ferry Park Pavilion. This helped turn the changing rooms into a first class facility. Our badge was designed by Simon to show our proud links with New Ferry. The 1865 and waves is linked to the year the area was formed, due to the Mersey Ferry. 2006 and the football is the year the club was formed. The lion is part of the Wirral crest and is from the family that owned the land where New Ferry sits today. The club runs an annual tournament and this has proven to be very successful and attracts teams from all over the North West, for this we thank Mark Hynes. The club is run by many dedicated volunteers who give up their own free time for kids and adults. We as a community are proud of our club and its all about people playing football and being part of a team. We want to win games, but winning isn’t everything, win lose or draw we are proud of all of our teams and anyone who pulls on the orange shirt of New Ferry Rangers.
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