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Wrenthorpe Rangers JFC was formed in 1997 by a few local parents who thought that it was about time that their children should have the opportunity to play football within their own village. From the efforts of a few committed people, Wrenthorpe Rangers was born.

Since the clubs formation a number of people have helped the club grow to its current status where it offers the children of the village and surrounding area the opportunity to train and play football in a friendly atmosphere. Children from the age of 6 have represented the village of Wrenthorpe in either friendly competitions or participated in the Charles Rice League this year.

As a voluntary organisation the club relies on the efforts of committed people to ensure that the opportunity for our children to learn and play our national game continues. Most of all, this opportunity allows the children to have lots and lots of fun. Football is more than a game, it provides the platform from which children can develop social and life skills, to be part of a team, to develop a 'can do' attitude and hard work ethic together with providing a sense of belonging and community spirit. All of this whilst exercising and having lots of fun for both children and their parents. This is how the club exists today and recent recruitment of new staff, managers and players looks set to continue the growth of the club healthily in the future.

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