The Niagara Falls Rangers were an amateur U.S. soccer team based out of Niagara Falls, New York. They competed in the Independent Foot Ball League where they finished second in 1912 to city rivals the Wanderers. In 1914, they went to the semifinals of the National Challenge Cup. In 1922, National Soccer Hall of Fame player Walter Dick began his career with them.
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