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Wednesday, August 05, 2009

QPR Statement - Denounciation of Hooliganism

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Queens Park Rangers Football Club

Queens Park Rangers Football Club is known by other football fans to be a family Club.

We pride ourselves on being a family Club; yes, we are loud and proud as our true fans support our team with passion, but we do not welcome hooligans.

We have supporters whose attendance at Loftus Road goes back generations and those fans expect to be able to bring their children to our Stadium.

Foul, abusive, violent language and behaviour committed by a small number of people who attend the home areas is spoiling our real fans’ enjoyment and kids are now not always so keen on coming back.

Likewise we receive complaints from our fans about the behaviour of others who travel away from home. We need our real fans, not hooligans, to support our team away from home.

Entering the pitch during a game is equally not acceptable and leads to our Club being in jeopardy with the Football Association.

We condemn hooligan behaviour and entering the pitch, with those found to be committing such disgraceful acts facing a lengthy (or for specific offences lifetime) ban from attending our Stadium or purchasing tickets for away games.

QPR are determined to ensure that supporting our team continues to be a great experience and to remove from the Stadium those who do not share our goal of ensuring the Club remains suitable for young and old to attend.

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