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Enugu Rangers
Enugu Rangers.png
Full name Enugu Rangers
Nickname(s) Flying Antelopes
Founded 1970[1]
Ground Nnamdi Azikiwe Stadium
Enugu, Nigeria
(Capacity: 25,000)
Chairman Ozor Paul Chibuzor
Manager Alphonsus Dike
League Nigerian Premier League
Home colours
Away colours

Rangers International football club of Enugu popularly called Enugu Rangers is one of only two Nigerian division one football teams (along with Heartland F.C.) that has never been relegated.



They are based in Enugu and play their home games at the Nnamdi Azikiwe Stadium. In 2008-09, they played some games in nearby Abakaliki and Nnewi as their stadium was renovated for the 2009 FIFA U-17 World Cup.Before the season started, Enugu State governor, Sullivan Chime paid back log of sign on fees dating to three years ago and all other debts owed the players. In November 2008, Rangers became the first Nigerian clubside to be a public company and sell ownership stock [2]. However the deal fell through, and the club began the 2009 season in debt[3].

Current Squad

No. Position Player
Nigeria GK Chinedu Efugh
Nigeria GK Godwin Ayalogu
Nigeria GK Terhemen Akombo
2 Nigeria DF Kingsley Obiekwu
3 Nigeria DF Alex Nkume
5 Togo DF Akimsola Boussari
36 Nigeria FW Ekene Igwe
Nigeria FW Okechukwu Uchebo
25 Nigeria Francis Okwara
Nigeria Austin Iyangbe (captain)
Nigeria Amanchukwu Udiaja
Nigeria Emeka Onuoha
Nigeria Oko Kenechukwu
Nigeria Darlington Ihejiene
Nigeria Robert Edynoke
Nigeria Okoro Ogechukwu
Nigeria Stanley Okoronkwo
Nigeria Chimobi Chukwu
Nigeria Haliru Umar
No. Position Player
Nigeria Ugwu Uwadiegwu
Nigeria Okolo Ezeagwu
Nigeria Kingsley Nwankwo
Nigeria Ikwuagu Uzoma
Nigeria Chigozie Agbim
Nigeria Henry Obiekwu
Nigeria Ejike Uzoenyi
Nigeria Ogbu Brenden
Nigeria Dafe Omonigho
Nigeria Edmund Chinedu
Nigeria Adachie Felix
Nigeria Chibuzor Ozurumba
Nigeria Sunday Johnson
Nigeria Onyema Ambrose
Nigeria Fidelis Saviour
Nigeria Andrew Nwodu
Nigeria Stephen Adah
Nigeria Kola Abegunde
Nigeria Musa Najare
Nigeria Damien Udeh



  • Ozor Paul Chibuzor

Vice President

  • Sullivan Chime

Media Officer

  • Foster Chime

Head Coach

  • Alphonsus Dike

Prominent former players

  • John Nnam
  • Emeka Emedosi
  • Davidson Owumi
  • Ebenezer Ojo
  • Bob Usim
  • Romanus Orjinta
  • Haruna Doda
  • Kenneth Zeigbo
  • Emeka Ezeugo
  • Amaechi Ottiji
  • Ikechukwu Ofoje
  • Golden Ajeboh
  • Charles Nduka
  • Ogechukwu Ajah
  • Dotun Alatishe
  • Okechukwu Anidi
  • Okwuchukwu Obiora
  • Ugochukwu Okeke
  • Valentine Ozomma
  • Dotun Alatishe
  • Kingsley Ogbodo
  • Emma Ezema
  • Mba Agbai
  • Cornelius Udebuluzor
  • Charles Nduka
  • Herbert Anijekwu
  • Albert Yobo
  • Paul Yusuf

Former Head Coaches

Greatest achievements

  • Nigerian FA Cup winner:
    • 1974, 1975, 1976, 1981, 1983
  • finalist:
    • 1971, 1978, 1987, 1990, 2000, 2004, 2007

Performance in CAF competitions

2006 - First Round
1971: Quarter-Final
1975: Finalist
1976: Semi-Final
1978: Semi-Final
1982: Semi-Final
1983: First Round
1985: Second Round
2004 - Group Stage
2005 - Intermediate Round
1996 - Second Round
2003 - Semi-Final
1977 - Champion
1984 - Quarter-Final

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