1953–54 Rangers F.C. season

The 1953–54 season was the 74th season of competitive football by Rangers.

Rangers 1953–54 football season
Rangers
1953–54 season
Chairman John Wilson
Manager Bill Struth
Ground Ibrox Park
Scottish League Division One 4th
P30 W13 D8 L9 F56 A35 Pts34
Scottish Cup Semi-finals
League Cup Semi-finals
Top goalscorer League:
Derek Grierson (17)

All:
Willie Paton (22)

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Rangers played a total of 46 competitive matches during the 1953–54 season.

All results are written with Rangers’ score first.

Date Opponent Venue Result Attendance Scorers
5 September 1953 Partick Thistle H 3–0 60,000
19 September 1953 Celtic H 1–1 59,000
26 September 1953 Stirling Albion A 0–2 19,500
17 October 1953 East Fife H 2–0 40,000
24 October 1953 Dundee A 0–1 34,000
31 October 1953 Heart of Midlothian H 0–1 30,000
7 November 1953 Aberdeen A 1–1 25,000
14 November 1953 Hamilton Academical H 8–1 25,000
21 November 1953 Raith Rovers A 2–1 18,000
28 November 1953 Clyde H 1–1 40,000
12 December 1953 Queen of the South A 1–2 18,500
19 December 1953 Partick Thistle A 1–0 20,000
26 December 1953 Hibernian H 3–0 28,000
1 January 1954 Celtic A 0–1 65,000
2 January 1954 Stirling Albion H 3–1 28,000
9 January 1954 St Mirren A 1–0 37,500
16 January 1954 Airdrieonians H 3–0 19,000
23 January 1954 East Fife A 1–2 16,000
6 February 1954 Dundee H 2–0 38,000
20 February 1954 Heart of Midlothian A 3–3 49,000
6 March 1954 Hamilton Academical A 1–1 16,500
17 March 1954 Raith Rovers H 2–2 9,000
20 March 1954 Clyde A 5–2 8,000
27 March 1954 Falkirk A 3–4 16,000
3 April 1954 Queen of the South H 2–0 14,500
14 April 1954 St Mirren H 1–1 12,000
17 April 1954 Aberdeen H 1–3 34,000
21 April 1954 Falkirk H 3–0 22,000
24 April 1954 Airdrieonians A 0–2 8,000
26 April 1954 Hibernian A 2–2 17,300

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