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Welcome to Ferry Rangers Club Website

The Ferry Rangers AFC club was established in 1995 in response to a need for sport and social club activity within the local community. The name of the club originated from an earlier team which had played in the Desmond Cup competition about 20 years previously. The club offers soccer participation and spectatorship to an immediate catchment within 10 mile radius spanning across a wide age group amongst male and females.

Ferry Rangers Junior and Youths team are joining the Kerry League 2020/21 season, the schoolboys and girls teams are staying in the Desmond league. We thank both leagues for this move, 


3 joint winners of Last Man Standing, each collect €170, 

Congrats to Ciaran Lanigan, Allan O'Brien and Jack Browne,


Due to Coronavirus the weekly lotto has been postponed till further notice, 

Important to stay Safe and Healthy, thank you for your support,

Still staying safe, the weather is fantastic, the lawns are cut twice a week, more painting done than ever before,

Home cooking as every cook book is followed, we are all the judges and dare say its not great.

Family barbecue out the back and play with the kids, how bad!!

Think positive, Mental health and Well-being, look around were all in this together, we will beat it,

Stay Safe, 

Your Friend in Ferry Rangers


Match Results

U12 league - 11/02/17

Senior league - 28/01/17



This weeks draw

  • 12
  • 18
  • 21
  • 31

No jackpot winner 

lucky dips; Maura Wren, Mike & Eithne Griffin, David Tough, Sophie Prenderville, Natalia McGinley O'Brien

promoter; John Mc Ginley 

next week jackpot €7,400

venue; Coolahan's bar, Thursday 19th

Welcome to Ferry Rangers

Although now the club is based in County Kerry it is a member of the Desmond League in West Limerick. However, it is the belief of the club that access to an improved pitch would attract increased co-operation with its fellow clubs in the Kerry region. The club provides the unique facility to underage players in its own area but also to underage players in Asdee, Ballylongford and Moyvane catchment areas. These underage players would have no access to the game without Ferry Rangers AFC. The club welcomes their participation.

New Playing Pitch

Land was made available to the club in 1995 by a local Hotel owner on a yearly rental basis. The club grew from strength to strength due to the club management and members. It was agreed that the club would purchase its own pitch for the benefit of the club’s future and did so at Doonard, 0.5 miles from Tarbert on the Ballylongford road. Planning permission was to Ferry Rangers on January 27th 2006. Huge effort was put into fund raising to accomplish this great deed. Work commenced on the playing field June 26th 2006.Ferry Rangers started playing in their new ground August 2008 and the first game was against Asdee Rovers in which Ferry won 2-0.The phased development of the pitch at Doonard is to continue with viewers stand, meeting room facilities, changing rooms, toilets, flood lighting and car park. This is essential for the long-term objectives for the club. Club management also firmly believes that the improved facility will add value to the social aspect of the club to the local community and the surrounding areas.


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