|Rangers de Talca|
Club Social de Deportes Rangers is a Chilean football club based in the city of Talca. The club was founded November 2, 1902 and plays in the second division of the Chilean football system. Their home games are played at the Fiscal stadium, which has a capacity of approximately 8,324 seats The name Rangers was chosen by a Scotsman, Juan Greenstret, who was one of the founding fathers of the Club.
The origin of the chosen team colours, red and black, are unknown, though one of the possibilities was that some of the first players were also members of the Second Company of Firemen of Talca, whose shield was red and black. Another possible reason is the use of red and black in the socks of Glasgow Rangers of Scotland (formed 1872) to represent the district colours of their local burgh of Govan. Glasgow Rangers fans returned to using red and black scarves in 2012 to help raise funds for the club.