KITCHENER RANGERS

Kitchener Rangers were prominent in Ontario soccer for a ten-year period after World War I.

Kitchener Rangers won the Mac Casey Cup in 1921.

Kitchener Rangers were the losing finalists in the 1922 Western Football Association Intermediate championship. Rangers lost the two-game series to Owen Sound.

Kitchener Rangers won the Western Football Association Challenge Cup in 1923 and 1924.

In July 1925 Kitchener Rangers were suspended by the Western Football Association for using an ineligible player. Rangers had looked as certain champions of the W.F.A in the 1925 season. They were also suspended from play in the Ontario Cup.

Kitchener Rangers joined the Provincial Soccer League in 1926. The league had its base in Hamilton, Ontario.

On Saturday August 28, 1926 Kitchener Rangers played an exhibition game against Hespeler Hummers. Hummers had won the 1926 Western Football Association championship. The match was played at Victoria Park in Hespeler with the Hummers beating Rangers 5-3.

Kitchener Rangers won the 1926 intermediate Western Football Association by beating Walkerton.

Kitchener Rangers played in the Western Football Association in 1927.