Welcome to the Mitchell Rangers Soccer Club

Key Dates 2022

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Womans  Coach 2022

Senior Coaching Appointments for Season 2022

Coach 2022

How to Register 2021

All players must be financial by Round 1 to be eligible to play.

To register a player for the 2021 season:

       All players need to register online through https://www.playfootball.com.au and pay online through this site. Provide a

 passport quality colour photo (current photo – only required for U12 – U18 players). This is mandatory as no photo no play.

2021 registration fees*†#

Little Rangers (5–7 years)


Mini-Roos (8–11 years)


Juniors (12–16 years)


Seniors – Men (Saturday 17 years)


Seniors – Men (Saturday 18–35 years)


Seniors – Men (Saturday 36+ years)


Seniors – Women


All Abilities Program


*     Family rate: $50 discount off total fees (for 3 or more members of same family, registration fees only)

    Please note: This year Mitchell Rangers Soccer club have again set our membership fees as low as possible. We believe that our fees are the lowest in our league and among the lowest in the metro area. Your registration covers FFV fees, FFA fees (includes FFV insurance), playing shirt (home only), shorts, & socks, team entry fees and costs associated with training and playing for our club. Our fees are comparable with other sporting activities in the shire. We are grateful to our sponsors Kilmore/Wallan and District Community Bank® Branch of Bendigo Bank, Hogan’s Hotel, Frasers Property Group, Advanced Dental Group Wallan & Riddell Creek, McNamara’s Hotel, & Hidden Valley Resort for their assistance in keeping our costs as low as possible.

#   Trophies and team photo included in fees for all junior players aged 5 to 16
Medallion included in fees for all senior players

Season 2021

Season 2021 is about to kick off following last years Covid interruption. here are some recent updates.


The football pitch is currently being resurfaced, with new water system, coaches boxes and nets behind the goals. This will be completed by first week in May. Along with the new flood lights, considerable investment in the club has been made in the last 12 months. The floodlights will allow us to have some twilight/night games later in the season.


The senior men and ladies have commenced training with good numbers. The senior men's team have their first game on 21st February in the FFV Cup. 

Karamo Kamara has been appointed Technical Director for the seniors and Sunil will be coaching the ladies team. Thanks and best wishes to them for the season

All Abilities

The All Abilities will recommence on Wednesday 24th February. They will train 5pm to 6pm every Wednesday. Paul Sirianni will again lead the way.

Juniors 12-17

The Juniors will recommence on Thursday 18th February. They will train 5pm to 6.15pm Tuesdays and Thursdays.

MiniRoos 8-11

The MiniRoos will recommence on Wednesday 24th February. They will train 5pm to 6pm every Wednesday.

Little Rangers 5-7

The Little rangers will recommence on Saturday 27th March. They will train 1am to 11am every Saturday.


How and when to register will posted in due course. This is being finalise but everyone is welcome to come and train in meantime. Fees are not increasing this year and remain the lowest fees around, and great value.

We very much are looking forward to positive and fruitful season.

Welcome back and Go Rangers

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Michelle Beaumont


It is with sadness that we inform the club of the passing of Michelle Beaumont 08/05/2020

Michelle was a strong supporter of the club for many years, holding the positions of player, coach, committee member, secretary & archivist.

Our love & sympathy goes out to Peter, Brad & Sarah on their loss

Lighting Project Update

The lights are in & working. Yaaayyy!!!

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Rangers grow girls' game (An article in the North Central Review)

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By Jackson Russell

As the FIFA Women’s World Cup reaches its crescendo, Mitchell Rangers Soccer Club is hoping to grow female participation in the world game and received a $3000 grant from VicHealth to help do so.

The club introduced its first junior girls team this season after reintroducing its senior women’s team two years ago.

Mitchell Rangers Soccer Club president Mark Williams said the under 10 girls’ team was playing well but the main success was that they were all enjoying it.

“That’s all you want to do, create that sort of atmosphere and environment. When you’ve got 10 and 11-year-old girls, you want them to come along and enjoy themselves,” he said.

To help grow the club and allow it to introduce more teams across all genders and ages, the club used the grant to buy new portable goals.

“If people hear there’s a girls’ team and hear they’re enjoying themselves and know we’ve got the equipment to boot, hopefully it’s just a matter of time before other girls start coming,” Williams said.

The club hopes to field a second girls’ team next season so players aged eight to 11 have somewhere to play.

“The more girls we get, we can get another team because some girls just don’t want to play with boys and some do. Club policy will now be if there’s a team in your age group, you’re in,” Williams said.

The end goal for the club is to have girls’ teams all the way through the junior ranks feeding straight into the women’s side.

The women’s side has improved after a tough start to the season, winning their past two games.

A last-minute winner gave the Rangers and 7-6 win over Darebin Falcons and they followed up with a 3-0 win over Melbourne University – their first clean sheet of the season.

Williams said the club welcomed new players all year round and was the only club between Craigieburn and Shepparton.

“I say that so many times that we’re the only club in the shire so I assume everybody else knows but they don’t and it’s unfortunate they don’t,” he said.

“We’re an outpost, if you like but we’ve been here for a few years and I don’t think we’re going to go anywhere.”

Our Mighty All Abilities Team

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A relaxed, rural setting for our club rooms in Broadford

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MRSC Support Program

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Click here to see how you can be part of the MRSC Support Program - Where our members are encouraged to support those businesses that support us.

For a small donation of $600.00 you can take part in this exciting program for 2019.

Our Little Rangers battling the wet & cold

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New aluminium goals

With huge thanks to Wallara Waters, The Top Pub, Metro Trains, and Trackside we have been able to buy 2


 sets of portable aluminium goals for our Under 10's and Under 11's. The new goals are on wheels so they are easy to move around, strong so the top bar wont sag, and will last the club for many years. Again, thank you to our sponsors Wallara Waters, The Top Pub, Metro Trains and Trackside.

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