40 Albert Rd BT38 8AE
Carrickfergus, United Kingdom
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In 1939, a group of young men met to discuss forming a new football club for the town of Carrickfergus. After agreeing that there was enough interest for the club to be constituted, there was further debate about the name of this new team. In the background of the room they met in, hung proudly on a wall was a picture of Glasgow Rangers. When this was noticed and suggestion made that the new club be called Carrick Rangers there was immediate consensus.
Ever since, Carrick Rangers Football Club has embraced the Football For All Ethos and have implemented a number of innovative programmes within the community to enhance the education of all those involved. This kind of education is at the forefront of the development of capacity building within the community and is supported by the Irish Football Association
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