- Born On This Day: QPR's Greatest-ever Manager, Alec Stock
- QPR History in Photos: From the 1880s to the 21st Century - The Bushman QPR Photo Archives
- The Main QPR REPORT MESSAGEBOARD
- Some old QPR Videos, including QPR Winning 5-aside Tournament at Wembley and Crushing Southampton, wit Clive Allen and Simon Stainrod
- VIDEO re the Making of the QPR Stadium Tour "Imagineear Partner Stories: Loftus Road Stadium Tour..".
- Born On This Day: QPR's Greatest-ever Manager, Alec Stock
-22 Years Ago Today: QPR win at Anfield
- QPR Metro Blog "Diary of a depressed, discombobulated QPR fan! And where’s the player of the year dinner?
- 44 Years ago yesterday: Gerry Francis Makes his QPR Debut (Note that of the QPR Team and Sub - Nine were "Home Growns"
- Next Fulham: Played for Both Teams/Old Photos From the Bushman Archives
- QPR's Changing Kit Over the Decades
CHRIS WRIGHT'S FORTHCOMING BOOK
Chris Wright Tweeted yesterday
"Chris Wright @ChrisWChrysalis 1h
My revision of the soon to be published autobiography has just reached the @QPR years. An interesting chapter in my life and that of the Rs!
- Flashbacks: QPR Official Statements: Wimbledon Merger...Selling the Training Ground...Administration
The Sun/Karren Brady Diary
"... Wednesday, March 27
A VERY worried friend tells me QPR have lost £93million this season and he has put in £31m.
After losing at Villa Park, they could no longer hide from bitter truth that Harry Redknapp, with bundles of money, might not save them from relegation.
Only players and managers get rich from football, he sighs. Not true. We did sell Birmingham for £82m and could have got out while the going was good. Instead, we’re spending it at West Ham The Sun
- Flashback 13-14 Years, QPR Official Announcement re QPR Supporters Group
QPR Official Site
QPR SUPPORTERS' CLUB SECTION
This is the new section on the official QPR website for the QPR Supporters Club. News about the Supporters Club will appear in this section shortly.
Latest News from the Supporters Club
We have recently 'adopted' two independent football teams, Accrington Stanley Bowles (ASB for short) who are QPR's internet representatives, and a QPR supporters team who play in a Hayes District Sunday league side, with the idea being to publicise these teams and to encourage more fan participation regarding these sides.
Closer links between the two teams hope to be achieved and at the end of the season there will be a charity football 'extravaganza' between these teams, and hopefully with an LSA team, in which a 'round robin' theme is being looked into.
Here's a statement from Fletcher Easton, who is the Manager of ASB. He explains: "ASB are a group of loyal QPR Supporters banded together many moons ago by the formidable Justin "Juzza" Pieris. Managed by him until three years ago, they dominated the Internet Football League and Cup competitions. In 1998/1999, John Hotti took over from Juzza, who remained part of ASB but further off-spring demanded more time at home.
John, known as Chillie took up the mantle to further ASBs footballing success and so it was that he continued the glory of QPRs successful Internet side by winning the League again and reaching the finals of Worldnet, the FA Cup of the IFA.
The team consists of a group of people unified in one way. Their love for Queens Park Rangers. Had it not been for the formation of the team, it could be said that marriages would not have taken place, friends would have not have been made and QPR's away support would be a little less!
All the internet games are played on a Saturday and mainly against the same opposition as QPR on the same day. For instance, we played Luton before the crazy cup game at Kenilworth Road. Luton are one of the high fliers in the league place third while we are currently at the top of the IFA League. The game ended in 2-2 and proves that Luton (Internet Hatters), ASB and a couple of other sides will be the battlers for the championship this season.
There are now more than 40 Internet teams throughout the country and QPR are probably the first professional club to embrace Internet Football and acknowledge ASB as part of their camp. Now known as an official Supporters team, ASB will continue to carry the flag for QPR and friendly football throughout ours and their travels!
ASB is now managed by myself, known as Zorro - everyone has a nickname and there is a reason for that name, but this one would take too long, just keep an eye on Sky One!
As ever we are always looking to strengthen the team and whether of a Sunday League standard or just a kickabout fan we are always looking to give people a go. After all if you don't try you'll never know. Contact ASB through our website on www.qpr.org/asb or mail myself firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are there any fans out there who will have an hour or so to spare before the game against Grimsby on Saturday March 17th? If so, volunteers are needed to help with a bucket collection for the meningitis research foundation charity.
Any help would be much appreciated either contact us on our supporters club email address or come and find one of us at a forthcoming game.
A Darts Competition has been arranged to take place between the Supporters Club and the Loyal Supporters Association at the White City Community Centre, India Way, W12 on the evening of Friday March 9th. The cost is ï¿½per person and all proceeds will be going to the meningitis charity. So if you fancy a game, come along for an enjoyable social evening.
Player of the Year Dinner Dance
The date and venue for this season's player of the year dinner dance is on Saturday April 7th at the Novatel, Hammersmith. Doors open at 7.15pm, dinner at 8pm. A disco and late bar will be available until 1am. Tickets are ï¿½.50 per person. Telephone 020 8740 2581/2588 for further details.
If you have a question about the Supporters' Club please get in touch! You can send us an email - email@example.com or come up to us and say hello at a game. If you are not sure who we are we all have badges to identify us at Loftus Road, or check us out in the picture.
The QPR Supporters' Club are pictured above in the Loftus Road dugout. Starting from the back row, left to right, the committee are:
Mick Hayward: Committee Member,
Ron Bannister: Events,
Pat Harrison: Charities,
Alice Deegan: Committee Member,
Stephen O'Shea: Members Areas.
Maria Neale: Reciprocals,
Daphne Biggs: Secretary,
Paul Reilly: Chairman,
Tracy Stent: Communications,
Leon Stent: Travel.
John Reilly Committee Member (not pictured)
Members of the Supporters' Club Committee either have a specific area of responsibility (which is indicated after their name) or are general committee members who work on varied projects.
The Supporters Club has already raised thousands of pounds for this season's nominated charity - The Meningitis Research Foundation - as well as organising successful events such as the recent fans forum and a very succesful quiz night.
Keep checking the news at the top of this page for the latest info on what we are up to. QPR Official Site
QPR1st - QPR1st meets with Club’s new Supporter Liaison Officer
The Trust met with Andy Rees on Wednesday 27th March 2013, who confirmed he is the new Supporter Liaison Officer at the Club and started his new role earlier in the week.
This was a really positive and informal “get to know you chat”, where The Trust explained its history and background, as well as its relationship with the Club dating back to 2001.
We look forward to working with Andy in the future and seeing his role as the Club’s SLO evolve over time and would like to congratulate him on the promotion. QPR1st
Old QPR Video
- Video: 1923 QPR vs Sheffield United
- Video II: 1923 QPR vs Sheffield United
- Video: 1962 QPR vs Newport
- Video: 1948: QPR vs Derby County
- Video: 1958 QPR vs Southampton
- 1962 Video Interview with QPR Manager Alec Stock
- Video: 1962 QPR vs Hinckley
- 1981: QPR Go Plastic - The Opening Game vs Luton
- 1948: Athlete McDonald Bailey trains for Olympic competition: Sprinter Emmanuel McDonald Bailey begins training for the 1948 London Summer Olympics with the Queens Park Rangers football club
- Video (Silent): A Younger Jim Gregory Talking about Selling Phil Parkes (Lip Readers Only!)
- VIDEO: Last Kick of the Game Winner for QPR - In 1974, QPR Played Coventry in the FA Cup Fifth Round. Moving Into Injury Time, at 2-2 Stan Bowles Took the Free Kick( Parkes - Hazell Mclintock Mancini Clement - Venables Leach Francis, Thomas Bowles Givens.)
- 1962 Brentford Fans Protesting Planned Merger with QPR
- Video: Martin Allen Being Fined for Being with His Baby