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1878

16 February 1878 Nottingham

18 February 1878 Sheffield

 

25 October 1878 London

26 October 1878 Nottingham

Nottingham Forest

The Wednesday

 

Clapham Rovers

Nottingham Forest

2-4

1-2

 

1-5

0-2

Rangers

Rangers

 

Rangers

Rangers

 

 

1880

30 October 1880 Nottingham

1 November 1880 Blackburn

Nottingham Forest

Blackburn Rovers

2-1

0-0

Rangers

Rangers

 

 

1881

29 October 1881 Nottingham

31 October 1881 Blackburn

Nottingham Forest

Blackburn Rovers

0-0

2-2

Rangers

Rangers

 

 

1882-83

28 October 1882 Bolton

30 October 1882 Blackburn

 

30 December 1882 Accrington

1 January 1883 Darwen

2 January 1883 Blackburn

Bolton Wanderers

Blackburn Rovers

 

Accrington

Darwen

Blackburn Rovers

1-0

1-1

 

3-2

4-4

1-1

Rangers

Rangers

 

Rangers

Rangers

Rangers

 

 

1884

15 March 1884 Bolton

17 March 1884 Blackburn

Bolton Wanderers

Blackburn Rovers

1-1

4-1

Rangers

Rangers

 

 

1885

1 January 1885 Preston

2 January 1885 Darwen

3 January 1885 Blackburn

Preston North End

Darwen

Blackburn Rovers

3-1

1-5

0-0

Rangers

Rangers

Rangers

 

 

1887

1 January 1887 Bolton

3 January 1887 Preston

4 January 1887 Sunderland

Bolton Wanderers

Preston North End

Sunderland

3-2

8-1

1-0

Rangers

Rangers

Rangers

 

 

1889

1 January 1889 Blackburn

2 January 1889 Bolton

Blackburn Rovers

Bolton Wanderers

6-2

1-1

Rangers

Rangers

 

 

1890

1 January 1890 Blackburn

2 January 1890 Bolton

4 January 1890 Sunderland

Blackburn Rovers

Bolton Wanderers

Sunderland

1-0

4-0

1-1

Rangers

Rangers

Rangers

 

 

1891

1 January 1891 Newcastle

2 January 1891 Sunderland

3 January 1891 Middlesbrough

 

11 April 1891 Nottingham

13 April 1891 Sheffield

Newcastle East End

Sunderland

Middlesbrough

 

Nottingham Forest

The Wednesday

0-3

3-1

0-1

 

3-0

3-3

Rangers

Rangers

Rangers

 

Rangers

Rangers

 

 

1893

2 January 1893 Middlesbrough

3 January 1893 Newcastle

Middlesbrough

Newcastle United

6-6

4-0

Rangers

Rangers

 

 

1894

27 March 1894 Birmingham

28 March 1894 Leicester

Aston Villa

Leicester Fosse

3-1

1-2

Rangers

Rangers

 

 

1895

12 April 1895 Liverpool

13 April 1895 Birmingham

15 April 1895 Nottingham

16 April 1895 Leicester

Everton

Aston Villa

Notts County

Leicester Fosse

0-4

2-3

1-0

1-2

Rangers

Rangers

Rangers

Rangers

 

 

1897

16 April 1897 Blackburn

17 April 1897 London

19 April 1897 Chatham

20 April 1897 Leicester

24 April 1897 Newcastle

Blackburn Rovers

Millwall Athletic

Chatham

Leicester Fosse

Newcastle United

1-5

1-0

3-3

1-1

3-1

Rangers

Rangers

Rangers

Rangers

Rangers

 

 

1899

 31 March 1899 Liverpool

1 April 1899 London

3 April 1899 Southampton

 

25 December 1899 Preston

26 December 1899 Liverpool

Liverpool

Millwall Athletic

Southampton

 

Preston North End

Liverpool

0-2

5-1

0-1

 

4-0

3-2

Rangers

Rangers

Rangers

 

Rangers

Rangers

 

 

1901

5 April 1901 Blackburn

6 April 1901 Bolton

 

21 December 1901 Sheffield

25 December 1901 Nottingham

Blackburn Rovers

Bolton Wanderers

 

Sheffield United

Notts County

2-3

2-0

 

1-0

2-3

Rangers

Rangers

 

Rangers

Rangers

 

 

1902

25 December 1902 Preston

26 December 1902 Liverpool

Preston North End

E verton

2-1

1-2

Rangers

Rangers

 

 

1904

May 1904  Vienna    

May 1904  Vienna     

May 1904  Vienna 

May 1904  Vienna

May 1904  Prague

May 1904  Prague

 

24 December 1904 Preston

26 December 1904 Bradford

First Vienna FC

Boldklub 1893

Boldklub 1893

Wiener AC

Prague XI

SK Slavia Praha

 

Preston North End

Bradford City

2-7

0-9

3-5

0-8

1-6

0-5

 

3-3

1-1

Rangers

Rangers

Rangers

Rangers

Rangers

Rangers

 

Rangers

Rangers

 

 

1911

28 May 1911 Kristiansand

30 May 1911 Kristiansand

2 June 1911 Gothenburg

5 June 1911 Gothenburg

8 June 1911 Copenhagen

11 June 1911 Copenhagen

Grengland select

Cristiania select

Φrgryte IS

Sweden XI

Denmark XI

Denmark XI

0-12

0-6

2-7

0-3

1-1

1-3

Rangers

Rangers

Rangers

Rangers

Rangers

Rangers

 

 

1913

5 June 1913 Gothenburg

8 June 1913 Gothenburg

Denmark XI

Denmark XI

1-2

1-1

Rangers

Rangers

 

 

1921

1 June 1921 Copenhagen

3 June 1921 Copenhagen

5 June 1921 Copenhagen

Akademisk BK

Boldklubben 1903

Copenhagen XI

0-2

1-2

1-2

Rangers

Rangers

Rangers

 

 

1922

1 June 1922 Copenhagen

4 June 1922 Copenhagen

5 June 1922 Copenhagen

 

5 September 1922 Burnley

7 September 1922 Preston

Copenhagen XI

Copenhagen XI

Denmark XI

 

Burnley

Preston North End

0-1

0-3

2-2

 

3-0

1-1

Rangers

Rangers

Rangers

 

Rangers

Rangers

 

 

1923

24 May 1923 Paris

26 May 1923 St Gallen

27 May 1923 Basel

30 May 1923 Paris

3 June 1923 Bern

4 June 1923 Geneva

Cercle Athlιtique

FC St.Gallen

FC Basel

French XI

FC Bern

La Chaux de Fonds

1-6

0-7

0-3

1-6

0-7

0-3

Rangers

Rangers

Rangers

Rangers

Rangers

Rangers

 

 

1924

21 April 1924 Liverpool

23 April 1924 Manchester

Liverpool

Manchester United

0-2

1-1

Rangers

Rangers

 

 

1928

 Many thanks to Colin Jose who researched and supplied these details.

Rangers players who made the trip in 1928 were.

Alex ‘Sandy’ Archibald, John Buchanan, Tommy Craig, Andy Cunningham, Jimmy Fleming, Dougie Gray, W. Hair, R. Hamilton, Tommy Hamilton, J. Marshall, W. McCandless, Bob McPhail, Davie Meiklejohn, Alan Morton, Tommy Muirhead, Jimmy Simpson.

 

May 30  Eastern Pennsylvania  2: Rangers  8 in Philadelphia. Pa.

June  2   Brooklyn Wanderers  0: Rangers  4 in Brooklyn, New York

June  3  Fall River Marksmen  0: Rangers  0 in Fall River, Massachusetts

June  9  Western Pennsylvania  0: Rangers  9 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

June 10  Detroit All-Stars  1: Rangers  1 in Detroit, Michigan

June 13  Toronto Ulster United  0: Rangers  7 in Toronto, Ontario

June 16  Montreal All-Stars  1: Rangers  5 in Montreal, Quebec

June 18  Boston Wonder Workers  2: Rangers  2 in Boston, Massachusetts

June 20  Illinois All-Stars  1: Rangers  4 in Chicago, Illinois

June 23  American Soccer League  0: Rangers  6 in Brooklyn, New York

 

May 30, 1928 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Eastern Pennsylvania  2 (Rudolph, Lindsay)

Rangers  8 (Fleming 3, McPhail 3, Morton, Archibald)

HT:           Att: 4,000     Ref: Jimmy Walder

  E.P: Green – Buchter, Cy Davis – Chesney, Jimmy Mills, McCurdy – Dunn, Lindsay, Andy Strachan, Davies, Rudolph.

  Rangers: T. Hamilton – Gray, R. Hamilton – Buchanan, Meiklejohn, Craig – Archibald, Cunningham, Fleming, McPhail, Morton.

 

June 2, 1928 in Brooklyn, New York.

Brooklyn Wanderers  0

Rangers  4 (Fleming 4)

HT: 1-0       Att: 15,000    Ref: Tom Cunningham (New York)

  Brooklyn: Steve Smith – George Moorhosue, Dave McMillan – David Robertson, John Brown, Michael Mitchell – Billy Adair, Leslie Lyell, Janos Nehadoma, Bobby Curtis, Davie Brown.

  Rangers: T. Hamilton – Gray, R. Hamilton – Buchanan, Meilkejohn, Craig – Archibald, Cunningham, Fleming, McPhail, Morton.

 

June 3, 1928 at Mark’s Stadium in Fall River, Massachusetts

Fall River Marksmen  0

Rangers  0

HT: 0-0       Att: 15,500    Ref: Charles Creighton, (New York)

  Fall River: Jimmy Douglas – Charlie McGill, Bob McAuley – Bill McPherson, Dinny Doyle, Hugh Coyle – Johnny Harvey, Johnny Ballantyne, Bobby Blair, Jimmy Kelly, Tec White.

  Rangers: T. Hamilton – Gray, R. Hamilton – Buchanan, Meiklejohn, Craig – Archibald, Cunningham, Fleming, Muirhead, Morton.

 

June 9, 1928 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Western Pennsylvania  0

Rangers  9 (McPhail 3, Marshall 3, Morton 2, Fleming)

HT:           Att: 3,000     Ref:

  W,P: Henderson – Vallani, Brown (McClay) – Todd (Stark), Zetel, Stensel – Thompson, Moran, Patterson (McCoskey), Dunlop, Haist.

  Rangers: T. Hamilton – McCandless, R. Hamilton – Muirhead, Meiklejohn, Craig – Archibald, Marshall, Fleming, McPhail, Morton.

 

June 10, 1928 in Detroit, Michigan.

Detroit  1 (Currie)

Rangers  1 (Hair)

HT:           Att: 14,000    Ref:

  Detroit – Sprott – Somerville, Ross – Rainley, Harris, Matthews – Bacon, Gerrit Visser, Lavery, Carson, Currie.

  Rangers: T. Hamilton – McCandless, R. Hamilton – Buchan, Simpson, Craig – Hair, Cunningham, Fleming, McPhail, Morton.

 

June 13, 1928 at Maple Leaf Stadium in Toronto, Ontario

Toronto Ulster United  0

Rangers  7 (McPhail 4, Fleming 2, Cunningham)

HT:           Att:           Ref:

  Ulster: Fraser – Dave Eadie, Walter Rankin – Grant, Fred Williams, Joe Clulow – Roy Faulkner, Jimmy Hagan, George Graham, Jimmy Galloway, Jimmy Moir.

  Rangers: T. Hamilton – Gray, McCandless – Muirhead, Meiklejohn, Craig – Archibald, Cunningham, Fleming, McPhail, Morton.

 

June 16, 1928 in Montreal, Quebec.

Montreal All-Stars  1 (Duguid)

Ranagers  5 (Cunningham 2, Archibald, Marshall, McPhail)

HT: 0-3       Att:           Ref: Horace S. Lyons.

  Montreal: Henry Noseworthy – Malcolm Moon, Husband – Naismith, Peter Miller, Keir – Bill Westwater, Poul Nielson, Jock Duguid, Cook, Jimmy Baillie.

  Rangers: T. Hamilton – Gray, McCandless – Buchanan, Meiklejohn, Craig – Archibald, Cunningham, Marshall, McPhail, Muirhead.

 

June 18, 1928 in Boston, Massachusetts.

Boston Wonder Workers  2 (J. Ballantyne 2)

Rangers  2 (Marshall, Cunningham)

HT: 1-1       Att: 8,000     Ref: Rose

  Boston: Jack Davidson – Bill Gibson, John McArthur – Werner Nilsen, Dave Priestley, Bobby Ballantyne – Alex McNab, Billy Gonsalves, Barney Battles, Johnny Ballantyne, Dave McEachran.

  Rangers: T. Hamilton – Gray, McCandless – Buchanan, Meiklejohn, Craig – Archibald, Cunningham, McPhail, Muirhead, Marshall.

 

June 20, 1928 at Soldier Field in Chicago, Illinois.

Illinois All-Stars  1 (Cuthbert)

Rangers  4 (McPhail 2, Cunningham, Marshall)

HT: 1-2       Att:           Ref: Jack Johnston

  Illinois: Julius Hjulian – King, Gardiner – Coutts, Quinn, Bob Thompson – Willie McLean, Matus, Kratochvil, Clem Cuthbert, Cerveney.

  Rangers: T. Hamilton – Gray, McCandless – Buchanan, Meiklejohn, Muirhead – Archibald, Cunningham, Marshall, McPhail, Simpson.

 

June 23, 1928 at Ebbets Field in Brooklyn, New York.

American Soccer League  0

Rangers  6 (Archibald, Cunningham 2, Buchanan, Marshall, McPhail)

HT: 0-1       Att: 10,000    Ref: T. Dempsey

  ASL: Steve Smith – Tommy McMillan, Dave McMillan – John Brown, Jimmy Montgomerie, Bobby Ballantyne – Sam Chedgzoy, Archie Stark, Davie Brown, Johnny Ballantyne, Dave McEachran.

  Rangers: T. Hamilton – McCandless, R. Hamilton – Muirhead, Meiklejohn, Craig – Archibald, Marshall, Fleming, McPhail, Morton.

 

1930

 Many thanks to Colin Jose who researched and supplied these details.

Rangers players who made the trip in 1930 were

Alex ‘Sandy’ Archibald, G. Brown, John Buchanan, Tommy Craig, Jimmy Fleming, Dougie Gray, Tommy Hamilton, J. Marshall, Robert McDonald, Bob McPhail, Davie Meiklejohn, Alan Morton, Tommy Muirhead, W.G. Nicholson, Jimmy Simpson, J. Smith

 

May 21  Toronto Ulster United  3: Rangers  4 in Toronto, Ontario

May 24  Hamilton Thistles  0: Rangers  3 in Hamilton, Ontario

May 25  New York Nationals  4: Rangers  5 in New York, N.Y.

May 30  Fall River Marksmen  2: Rangers  3 in New Bedford, Massachusetts.

May 31  Montreal Carsteel  2: Rangers  5 in Montreal, Quebec

June  3  Winnipeg Fort Rouge  2: Rangers  4 in Winnipeg, Manitoba

June  5   Edmonton All-Stars  0: Rangers  5 in Edmonton, Alberta

June  7  Vancovuer St. Andrews  1: Rangers  7 in Vancouver, British Columbia

June  9  Victoria West  1: Rangers  8 in Victoria, British Columbia

June 11  Calgary United  1: Rangers  8 in Calgary, Alberta.

June 15  Chicago Sparta  1: Rangers  4 in Chicago, Illinois

June 18  Detroit All-Stars  1: Rangers  3 in Detroit, Michigan

June 20  Cleveland Bruells  1: Rangers  3 in Cleveland, Ohio

June 22  Fall River Marksmen  1: Rangers  6 in New York, N.Y.

 

May 21, 1930 at Ulster Stadium in Toronto, Ontairo.

Toronto Ulster United  3 (Mathieson, Graham, Moir)

Rangers  4 (Fleming 2, Morton, o.g.)

HT: 1-1       Att: 9,000     Ref: W. Wilson

  Ulster: Bobby Kirk – Dave Eadie, Dick Pryor – Billy Stewart, Matt Wilson, Jimmy Hagan – John Paxton, Allan Mathieson, George Graham, Jimmy Galloway, Jimmy Moir.

  Rangers: T. Hamilton – Gray, R. Hamilton – McDonald, Simpson, Craig – Archibald, Brown, Fleming, Muirhead, Morton.

 

May 24, 1930 in Hamilton, Ontario.

Hamilton Thistles  0

Rangers  3 (Nicholson, Fleming 2)

HT: 0-3       Att: 8,000     Ref: A. McCulloch

  Hamilton: Jimmy Wallace – Bobby Lodge, Billy Dunlop – George Munroe, Jock Crawford, Marshall – Jimmy Tennant, Charlie McMillan, Jennings, Tommy McKean, Red McDonald.

  Rangers: T. Hamilton – Gray, R. Hamilton – Bob McDonald, Meiklejohn, Craig – Archibald, Brown, Fleming, Muirhead, Nicholson.

  (Bob McDonald of Rangers and Red McDonald of Hamilton were brothers, they captained their respective teams on this day.  Hamilton’s Jimmy Tennant later played in Scotland for St. Johnstone.)

 

May 25, 1930 at the Polo Grounds in New York, N.Y.

New York Nationals  4 (Nelson, Eisenhoffer, Carlson 2)

Rangers  5 (McPhail 2, Smith 2, Morton)

HT: 3-1       Att: 20,000    Ref: Charles E. Creighton

  Nationals: Jimmy Douglas – Jimmy Warden, Alec Donald – Harry Chatton, Johnny Slaven, James Martyn – Jimmy Gallagher, Herbert Carlson, Johnny Nelson, Josef Eisenhoffer, Bart McGhee,

  Rangers: T. Hamilton – Gray, R,. Hamilton – McDonald, Meiklejohn, Craig – Archibald, Marshall, Smith, McPhail, Morton.

 

May 30, 1930 at Battery Park in New Bedford, Massachusetts

Fall River Marksmen  2 (Gonsalves, Nilsen)

Rangers  3 (Brown, Meiklejohn, Smith)

HT: 0-3       Att: 8,000     Ref:

  Marksmen: Johnny Reder – Charlie McGill, Bob McAuley – Bill McPherson, Dave Priestley, Bobby Ballantyne – Alex McNab, Billy Gonsalves, Werner Nilsen, Jimmy McAuley, Tec White.

  Rangers: T. Hamilton – Gray, R. Hamilton – McDonald, Meiklejohn, Craig – Archibald, Brown, Smith, Marshall, Nicholson.

 

May 31, 1930 in Montreal, Quebec.

Montreal Carsteel  2 (Lorimer, McLaine)

Rangers  5 (Brown 2, Smith 2, McPhail)

HT: 1-3       Att:           Ref: W.J. Cannon

  Carsteel: Sharp – Bob Calder, Butler – Wallace, Bill Finlayson, Lorimer – Sam Chedgzoy, James Mellon, Ed McLaine, Bill McKean, Dave McEachran.

 

June 3, 1930 at Carruthers Field in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Winnipeg Fort Rouge  2 (Lang, McKay)

Rangers  4 (Archibald, Fleming 2, McPhail)

HT: 1-2       Att: 5,000     Ref: “Red” Lloyd

  Winnipeg: Albert Bogden – Penman, McQueen – Courafie, McIntosh, Monsen – Callaghan, McKay, Johnny Johnson, Lang, Smith.

  Rangers: T. Hamilton – Gray, Buchanan – Brown, Meiklejohn, Muirhead – Archibald, J. Marshall, Fleming, McPhail, Morton.

 

June 5, 1930 at Renfrew Park in Edmonton, Alberta.

Edmonton All-Stars  0

Rangers  5 (Marshall, Smith 3, Archibald)

HT: 0-3       Att: 4,000     Ref: Bill Thompson

  Edmonton: Wallis – Jack Savage, Teddy Geldert – Jimmy Winters, Joe Thompson, Lidgett – Jimmy Ross, Jock Davidson, Bill Findler, Freddie Hall, Tommy Minchen.

  Rangers: T. Hamilton – Gray, Buchanan – Brown, Simpson, Craig – Archibald, Marshall, Smith, McPhail, Nicholson.

 

June 7, 1930 in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Vancouver St. Andrews  1 (Kulai)

Rangers  7 (Marshall 2, Morton, Muirhead, Fleming 2, Archibald)

HT: 1-3       Att: 7,000     Ref:

  St. Andrews: Harold Singleton – Ernie Edmunds, Andy Watson – Murray West, Les Rimmer, Knight – Ashten, David Turner, Dan Kulai, Surtees, George Stephen.

  Rangers: T. Hamilton – Gray, Buchanan – McDonald, Meiklejohn, Craig – Archibald, Marshall, Fleming, Muirhead, Morton.

 

June 9, 1930 at Royal Athletic Park in Victoria, British Columbia

Victoria West  1 (Phillips)

Rangers  8 (McPhail, Smith 3, Nicholson, Marshall 2, Morton)

HT: 1-4       Att: 3,000     Ref:

  Victoria: Farquhar – Margeson, Frank Tupman – McBay, John Peden, Smith –

Phillips, Peers, John Watt, Robinson, Mulcahy.

  Rangers: T. Hamilton – Buchanan, R. Hamilton – McDoandl, Simpson, Brown – Morton, Marshall, Smith, McPhail, Nicholson.

 

June 11, 1930 at Hillhurst Park in Calgary, Alberta.

Calgary United  1 (Blair)

Rangers  8 (Brown 2, Fleming 2, Archibald 4)

HT: 1-3       Att: 5,000     Ref:

  Calgary: Andy Stobie – George Stewart, Bobby Stephen – Jimmy Gibb, Alex Pate, Bernie Cartwright – A. Mathieson, T. Akenclose, Freddy Foster, S. Blair, George Marsden.

  Rangers; T. Hamilton – Gray, R. Hamilton – McDonald, Meiklejohn, Craig – Archibald, Brown, Fleming, Marshall, Nicholson.

 

June 15, 1930 in Chicago, Illinois.

Chicago Sparta  1 (Kratochvil)

Rangers  4 (Morton, McPhail, Fleming, Marshall)

HT: 1-1       Att: 6,000     Ref:

  Sparta: Julius Hjulian – Frenci, Gardiner – Turck, Adams, Mruka – Jackson, Willie McLean, Kratochvil, Clem Cuthbert, Tomek

  Rangers: T. Hamilton – Gray, R. Hamilton – McDonald, Meiklejohn, Craig – Archibald, Marshall, Fleming, McPhail, Morton.

 

June 18, 1930 at Hamtramak Stadium in Detroit, Michigan.

Detroit  1 (Sutherland)

Rangers  3 (McPhail, Nicholson, Brown)

HT:           Att: 8,000     Ref: H. Pithie

  Detroit: Edwards – Diffell, Stewart – J. Neilson, Harris, Dougan – Svenson, Jackson, Sutherland, Smith, A. Neilson.

  Rangers: T. Hamilton – Gray, Buchanan – McDonald, Meiklejohn, Simpson – Archibald, Brown, Fleming, McPhail. Nicholson.

 

June 20, 1930 in Cleveland, Ohio (Floodlights)

Cleveland Bruells  1 (Robertson)

Rangers  3 (Smith 2, Nicholson)

HT:           Att:           Ref:

  Bruells: Sprott – Fair, Darcy McElligott – Stanley Scott, Jimmy Montgomerie, Jimmy Russell (Robertson) – William Phillips, George Caraffi, Watson, McDade, Ralph Caraffi.

  Rangers: T. Hamilton – R. Hamilton, Buchanan – McDonald, Simpson, Craig – Muirhead, Brown, Smith, McPhail, Nicholson.

 

June 22, 1930 at the Polo Grounds in New York.

Fall River Marksmen  1  (Stark)

Rangers  6 (Smith 4, Fleming 2)

HT: 0-1       Att: 12,000    Ref: E.J. Donaghy

  Marksmen: Bill Harper – Charlie McGill, Bob McAuley – Bill McPherson, Dave Priestley, Bobby Ballantyne – Alex McNab, Werner Nilsen, Archie Stark, Ted White, Jerry Best.

  Rangers: T. Hamilton – Gray, Buchanan – McDonald, Meiklejohn, Craig – Fleming, Brown, Smith, McPhail, Morton (Nicholson).

 

 

1933

17 May 1933 Berlin

21 May 1933 Hamburg

25 May 1933 Bochum

28 May 1933 Dresden

31 June 1933 Munich

4 June 1933 Vienna

Germany XI

Germany XI

Germany XI

Germany XI

Germany XI

SK Rapid Vienna

1-5

1-3

0-5

2-3

2-1

4-3

Rangers

Rangers

Rangers

Rangers

Rangers

Rangers

 

 

1954

5 June 1954 Toronto

6 June 1954 New York

Chelsea

Chelsea

4-1

0-0

Rangers

Rangers

 

 

1967

15 February 1967 Stoke

18 February 1967 Leicester

Stoke City

Leicester City

3-1

1-1

Rangers

Rangers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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