|Full name||Geelong Rangers Football Club|
|Nickname(s)||Rangers, Dark Blues|
|Ground||Myers Reserve, Bell Post Hill, Victoria|
|League||State League 2 Nth-West|
Geelong Rangers Football Club is an Australian soccer club based in Geelong, Australia. The club currently competes in the Victorian State League Division 2 North-West, the regionalized fifth division of the Australian soccer league system.
Geelong Rangers claimed the 2008 Victorian State League Division 3 championship with 43 points, five points clear of second placed Sydenham Park, and were promoted to the Victorian State League Division 2 for the 2009 season. Upon the club's relegation from the Victorian State League Division 2 North-West to the Victorian State League Division 3 North-West in 2010, the club appointed former South African footballer Dale Harris as the first-team coach. Rangers finished the 2011 season in bottom place of the Victorian State League Division 3 table and were relegated to Victorian Provisional League Division 1 North-West for the 2012 season. The club debuted in the FFV State Knockout Cup in the 2012 tournament, where Rangers defeated Warrnambool Wolves in a 5–2 home victory in a second round fixture on 17 March.
- Victorian State League Division 3 North-West: 2008, 2016
- Victorian Metropolitan League Division 3: 1984
- Victorian Metropolitan League Division 4: 1983
- Victorian Provisional League Division 1 North-West: 2005
- Geelong Advertiser Cup: 1987, 2009
- FFV State Knockout Cup: Zone Semi-Finals (2012)
- Johnny Gardiner
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