Managed by Philippe Clement, Rangers have won 118 trophies since their inception in 1872. 

Founded in March of that year towards the end of the 19th century by four teenage boys in Glasgow's West End, Rangers played their first match against the now defunct Callander in Glasgow Green later that year. In 1929, Rangers played their first game at the newly-renovated Ibrox Park, a B-listed building in Glasgow's Ibrox area, situated on the same grounds as the ~51,000-seater that stands today.

Of those 118 accolades, Rangers have won the Scottish League Title a record 55 times, the Scottish Cup 34 times, the Scottish League Cup 28 times, and the European Cup Winners' Cup once; the latter of which saw the Glasgow club overcome Dynamo Moscow 3-2 at the Nou Camp in Barcelona on May 24, 1972.

Throughout the club's 152-year history, there have been 19 Rangers managers – from William Wilton to the legendary Bill Struth, ex-players John Greig, Graeme Souness and Ally McCoist, Steven Gerrard and current boss Philippe Clement to name but some of its most iconic leaders.

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Rangers FC fixtures

Rangers' last and final game of the 2023/24 season was against Celtic at Hampden Park in the Scottish Cup Final 2024. The Rangers Review details the full list of Rangers FC fixtures and results from the 2023/24 campaign.

Now, Rangers look forward to their pre-season schedule ahead of the 2024/25 fixture calendar.

  • Rangers vs Manchester United (Saturday, July 20, 4pm); Ibrox Stadium 

Who is Rangers' top goalscorer?

Rangers' top scorer for the 2023/24 season was club captain James Tavernier with 24 goals across all competitions.


Who is the Rangers manager?

The Rangers manager is Philippe Clement, who joined the club following Michael Beale's departure in October 2023. During his playing days, the Belgian internationalist was capped 38 times for his country and played at club level for Beerschot, Genk, Club Brugge, Coventry City and Germinal Beerschot.

After retiring in 2011, Philippe Clement moved into management, filling the dugout at the likes of Waasland-Beveren, Genk, Club Brugge and Monaco, before moving to Ibrox – leading his side to a Scottish League Cup victory just two months later.

Philippe Clement has won a host of accolades at player and managerial level, having also been named Belgian Manager of the Season at the end of the 2018/19 Belgian Pro League campaign, and Belgian Best Coach of the Year in 2019 and 2020.


Who are the Rangers coaches?

The Rangers assistant manager is Stephan van der Heyden, who arrived with Philippe Clement when he joined the club in October 2023. The Rangers management team is otherwise composed of Alex Rae and Brian Gilmour, with Colin Stewart continuing his role as lead goalkeeping coach, the latter of whom stepped into the role in 2017. An ex-Rangers player, Alex Rae had assisted caretaker boss and fellow ex-teammate Steven Davis ahead of Philippe Clement's arrival.

Brian Gilmour, on the other hand, stepped up from his role in the Rangers academy. Tom Taylor is also part of the Rangers management team as Head of Performance, having moved from English Premier League side Brighton in November 2023.


Rangers players

Here is the full list of first-team players that make up the full Rangers squad for the 2023/2024 season, organised by position and squad number.

Rangers goalkeepers

1. Jack Butland
28. Robby McCrorie
32. Kieran Wright
33. Jon McLaughlin

Rangers defenders

2. James Tavernier (club captain)
3. Ridvan Yilmaz
5. John Souttar
6. Connor Goldson
21. Dujon Sterling
26. Ben Davies
27. Leon Balogun
31. Borna Barisic
38. Leon King

Rangers midfielders

4. John Lundstram
8. Ryan Jack
13. Todd Cantwell
17. Rabbi Matondo
20. Kieran Dowell
23. Scott Wright
42. Mohamed Diomande
43. Nicolas Raskin

Rangers forwards

7. Fabio Silva
9. Cyriel Dessers
11. Tom Lawrence
16. Oscar Cortes
19. Abdallah Sima
25. Kemar Roofe
45. Ross McCausland
99. Danilo Pereira Da Silva


Rangers stadium

Rangers play their home games at Ibrox Stadium, a ~51,000-seater capacity stadium and the third-biggest football arena in Scotland. First opened in situ as Ibrox Park at the end of the 19th century, the ground saw significant renovations in 1929 – at which point it was upgraded to become a B-listed building.

In the 1970s the stadium underwent significant redevelopments, becoming an all-seated stadium over the course of the next decade. When the most recent round of significant renovations were completed in 1997, the ground was renamed Ibrox Stadium.


Rangers FC honours

During the club's 152-year history, Rangers have won a total of 118 major trophies. The Rangers FC honours list includes winning the Scottish League Title 55 times, the Scottish Cup 34 times, the League Cup 28 times, and the European Cup Winners' Cup once.


Rangers FC tickets

Rangers ticket information across the men's, women's and B Team sides can be found via Rangers FC's official club website.