Moreton Rangers Football Club was established in 1907 under the name Moreton Town FC. During their time in the Hellenic Premier the club were bankrupted half way through the 1994/5 season.
Moreton Rangers was formed in 1997 as an Under 8s youth side, playing on the wold Moreton Town ground at London Road, Moreton-in-Marsh in the heart of the Cotswolds. Due to the financial demise of Moreton Town, the young Moreton Rangers were born.
The club grew from strength to strength and by the early 2000s had expanded to 4 youth teams who went on to be successful in the Witney and District League.
in 2004 an adult team was formed and led by former Cheltenham Town favourite, and local player Nick Jordan. In 2009, 20 points clear in division 1 of the Cheltenham league, disaster struck. An arson attack left the changing rooms completely gutted. Thanks to community fundraising the club managed to gather the £72,000 needed to progress.
In 2006, the club were awarded the FA Development Status as a supporter of 5 youth teams and an adult side. To this day the adult side is made up of some of the original U8s.
In 2015 the club joined the Hellenic Division 2 West League. Rangers were led for years by former Oxford United, Fulham, Huddersfield and Leyton Orient player Gary Barnett. Barnetts managerial career included time as Molby's assistant at Kidderminster.
His successor, Nick Timms, a former rangers player himself currently manages our first team and Lead them to a double victory, winning the Gloucestershire Senior Amateurs Cup and league double in the 2018/19 season. on June 18th 2019 Moreton Rangers were awarded Promotion to the Hellenic Division 1 West