Many thanks to Life Member, Steven Forsyth, for the many hours devoted to compiling a comprehensive history of the Samford Rangers Senior teams. You can read it on our Club History page. Steven doesn't profess to knowing the entire history, especially when it comes to the Over 35's and the Women's teams. So if you have any photos, statistics or stories that you think would help preserve our history then I am sure Steven would love to hear from you.
It is with much sadness that we announce the sudden passing of Harold Brown, the namesake of our ground, on November 29, 2011 at the age of 77.On behalf of the entire Samford Rangers Football Club, we extend our deepest sympathies to Harold's wife, Pam, and his extended family.
Family and Friends are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral Service for Harold, to be held in the Samford Valley Community Church, 44 Mount Glorious Road, Samford, Tuesday, 6th December 2011, commencing at 11 am, followed by a Private Cremation.
Harold and Pam donated the 19 acres of land, currently being used by both our club and the Samford Golden Valley Pony Club, to the Pine Rivers Shire Council back in 1966. Please go to our Club History for more details regarding the Brown family legacy.
Thank-you from the Brown FamilyThe family and I wish to extend our thanks to those members of the Samford Sporting Association who attended Harold's funeral. Also accept our thanks for the beautiful flowers and the Soccer jersey we received. These were immensely appreciated.
Harold was always proud of the fact that he played a part in establishing football in Samford. He never visualised that the club would grow to what it is today. Sadly he didn't live to see games being played on the new grounds.
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