Boro Rangers were founded in 2003 and quickly established an outstanding reputation both on and off the pitch with all players, parents and coaches. Boro Rangers is an FA Charter Standard Community Club, which means that everybody connected to our club adheres to strict rules and regulations. All of our coaches are qualified to a minimum of the FA Level 2 Certificate in Coaching Football. All volunteers attached to our club follow the clubs codes of conduct and have completed enhanced CRB checks.
Our club currently has eleven boys teams competing in the Teesside Junior Football Alliance in the U16, U15, U13, U12, U11, U10, U9, U8 (x2), and U7 (x2) age groups. We also have three girls' teams competing in the North Riding and Tees Valley Girls League, and three disability teams competing in the North Riding County FA Ability Counts League - with over 180 players registered to our club. The aim of our club is to provide an enjoyable learning experience, within which we strive to develop our player's skills and qualities not only as a footballer on the pitch but also as a young person off the pitch. Our ethos is not to win at all costs but to develop a winning mentality by providing a positive learning environment to aid in the development of each individual's skills and attributes to hopefully help the children progress on to a higher level in the future.
So far in our short history, Boro Rangers Football Club has proudly provided Middlesbrough Football Club Academy with twenty players who train and play for the club. Furthermore, nearly half of our registered players currently train with Middlesbrough Football Club, Newcastle United Football Club, Sunderland Football Club and/or Leeds United Football Club's development centres. We feel that this is evidence that we are achieving in our aims and objectives.