Results

Scotland Premier League Women 05/19 13:10 10 [2] Rangers Women v Partick Thistle Women [6] W 4-0
Scotland Premier League Women 05/15 17:00 9 [5] Hibernian Women v Rangers Women [2] W 2-3
Scotland Premier League Women 05/12 15:10 8 [3] Glasgow City Women v Rangers Women [2] W 0-1
Scotland Premier League Women 05/06 11:00 7 [2] Rangers Women v Celtic Women [1] D 0-0
Scotland Premier League Women 05/01 19:10 6 [2] Rangers Women v Hearts Women [4] W 3-0
Scotland Women FA Cup 04/27 11:15 - Rangers Women v Celtic Women W 2-0
Scotland Premier League Women 04/21 12:00 5 [6] Partick Thistle Women v Rangers Women [2] W 1-3
Scotland Premier League Women 04/17 18:45 4 [4] Hearts Women v Rangers Women [1] L 1-0
Scotland Premier League Women 04/14 14:00 3 [1] Rangers Women v Glasgow City Women [3] W 4-1
Scotland Premier League Women 03/31 13:00 2 [1] Rangers Women v Hibernian Women [5] W 2-1
Scotland SWPL Cup Women 03/24 13:30 - Rangers Women v Partick Thistle Women W 4-1
Scotland Premier League Women 03/17 16:10 1 [2] Celtic Women v Rangers Women [1] L 2-1

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 39 19 20
Wins 32 16 16
Draws 4 3 1
Losses 3 0 3
Goals for 133 64 69
Goals against 26 8 18
Clean sheets 18 11 7
Failed to score 4 1 3

Wikipedia - Rangers W.F.C.

Rangers Women's Football Club is a women's football team that plays in the Scottish Women's Premier League, the top division of women's football in Scotland. The team is the female branch of Rangers.

History

Paisley City Ladies, formerly Arthurlie Ladies, was founded at the start of the 1999–2000 season. As a new club they started in the third (lowest) tier. In 2001–02 they played in Division One, directly under the Premier League, and stayed there until 2008. In the 2007–08 season they suffered financial problems, and began to search for a partnership with another club.

Rangers L.F.C. was founded in 2008, as Rangers followed the example of Celtic, Hibernian and Aberdeen in developing a women's section. The formation of the team involved a partnership with Paisley City Ladies. Former Rangers youth academy coach Drew Todd was brought in to coach the team. Scotland player Jayne Sommerville was signed as the new team's first captain. They took the league place of Paisley City and many players switched too. Rangers won the league in their debut season. They also reached the final of the Scottish Women's Cup but lost 5–0 to Glasgow City; they were the first side playing in a lower division to reach the final.

Former East Stirlingshire footballer Scott Allison was appointed manager in 2010. The club reached the Cup final again but were beaten 2–1 by Hibernian.

In May 2011, Alana Marshall became the first female Rangers player to be called up by the senior Scotland team.

In February 2012, The Herald newspaper reported that the financial crisis engulfing Rangers also threatened the existence of the club's women's section. The team continued to operate under budgetary constraints, and having appointed Angie Hind as coach (who was able to add quality to the squad using her extensive network of contacts in the women's game) they ended the 2014 SWPL season with a second place finish, the club's best result up to that point.

Ahead of the 2018 season, the official name of the team was changed to 'Rangers Women' from the previous 'Rangers Ladies'. In July 2019, the club announced a significant commitment to women's football by integrating their teams more fully into its operations and providing further financial support with the aim of becoming professional. To this end, the incumbent coach Amy McDonald was installed in a new position as Women's Manager, with former player and youth trainer Grégory Vignal appointed as head coach of the senior team. A few months later the team moved their home fixtures to the Rangers Training Centre in Milngavie following improvements made to its facilities, having previously been using New Tinto Park (home of Benburb F.C.) in the Govan area of Glasgow, near to the club's Ibrox Stadium. In January 2020 Malky Thomson was appointed joint first-team coach alongside Vignal, in June of the same year Vignal left the club Thomson was named head of the women's first team. In 2022, an arrangement was reached to play home fixtures at Broadwood Stadium in Cumbernauld, due to capacity and parking issues at the training venue.

Rangers Women is a professional soccer team based in Great Britain. The team competes in the Scottish Women's Premier League, the top tier of women's soccer in Scotland. Rangers Women have a rich history and are one of the most successful women's soccer teams in the country.

The team is known for their strong attacking play, solid defense, and talented players. They have a loyal fan base and play their home matches at the iconic Ibrox Stadium in Glasgow.

Rangers Women have a long-standing rivalry with other top teams in the league, making their matches highly competitive and exciting to watch. The team has a strong coaching staff and a dedicated group of players who are committed to achieving success on the pitch.

Overall, Rangers Women are a formidable force in women's soccer in Great Britain and continue to be a dominant presence in the Scottish Women's Premier League.