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 October 1968: QPR's First-Ever win in the Top Tier (known then as Division One) 

QPR - Kelly, Watson, Harris, Keen, Keetch, Hazell, Bridges, Leach, Allen, Wilks, Morgan R

Ipswich - Hancock, Carroll, Mills, Viljoen, Baxter, Jefferson, Spearitt, Hegan, Crawford (Hunt 68), O`Rourke, Brogan



- Next: Ipswich - Played for Both Clubs and When Last Met: Past Q and A With Ipswich Fan

- QPR and Air Asia Head, Tony Fernandes Expounds on his Business/Political Philosophy "Change is Important"

- Two Years ago Today: QPR Kicked off their return to the Premier League...with a Home Crushing by Bolton!

- Eight Years Ago Today: QPR Beat Sheffield United...But Major story: Alleged "Gun-in-the-Boardroom" and Arrests at Loftus Road.


Queens Park Rangers Football Club confirms that the Metropolitan Police are investigating an incident at Loftus Road.

A number of arrests were made on Saturday afternoon and the police are now investigating the circumstances surrounding the allegations.

QPR are co-operating fully with the police in the course of their enquiries but while the investigation is ongoing the Club is unable to comment further on the nature of the alleged incident.

- Match Report

The Sunday Times August 14, 2005

QPR 2 Sheffield United 1: Bircham passion revives Rangers
Barry Flatman at Loftus Road

POLICE were called after armed men threatened the life of Queens Park Rangers� club director Gianni Paladin yesterday, but after arrests were made, and with the crowd, players and officials unaware of what had just occurred, we were treated to a lively encounter with a committed fan at its core.
Marc Bircham is one of those fortunate individuals who plays for the club he has supported with a lifelong passion. He wasn�t born when the likes of Rodney Marsh won QPR the League Cup as Third Division giantkillers almost 40 years ago and while the 1967 vintage were taking a bow at half-time, Bircham was locked in the dressing room being berated by manager Ian Holloway for being too anxious throughout a forgettable first half.

However, Bircham is well versed with the exploits of his elders and was clearly aware of their presence. Within 11 minutes of the restart the midfielder, who has been known to parade his devotion by dying his hair blue and white, was celebrating a goal that any QPR veterans would have been proud to score.

Then, with the match eventually won, Bircham went on to show the confrontational side to his character by reacting so angrily to a verbal barb from Sheffield United�s Chris Morgan that the visitors� captain, seeking further retribution, had to be manhandled off the pitch by his manager, Neil Warnock.

The fact that QPR had not only taken the points but leapfrogged Sheffield United in the Championship table after the Yorkshire team started the day in top position, clearly fuelled Morgan�s temper.

Warnock maintained the entire contest was a disappointment, but his bitterness is understandable because his team did not possess the guile to exploit the opposition�s errors. QPR in contrast possess that quality as scorers Bircham and substitute Stefan Moore displayed.

Moore, a summer free transfer from Aston Villa, was introduced as a 36th minute replacement for fellow new arrival Tom Doherty who limped off with an injured knee. Moore�s pace and attack was a constant threat to United and he was integral to the opening goal. Initially Martin Rowlands raided down the left, Moore tried his luck in a more central position and when Phil Jagielka could only half clear the ball, Bircham steadied himself to drive a shot past goalkeeper Paddy Kenny from 20 yards.

Michael Tonge was badly missed in the Sheffield midfield and Frenchman Lilian Nalis had the sort of afternoon he could have categorised as tres terrible, but it was another summer signing, Paul Ifill, who suffered the brunt of Warnock�s displeasure. The former Millwall man appeared to lose his footing as he shaped to shoot early in the second half and sliced a goalscoring opportunity wide. But when he slipped and allowed Moore a free run at goal, Warnock decided an investigation was necessary.

�I was convinced he was wearing rubber studs, which is ridiculous given pitches in this day and age, but I was right,� revealed Warnock. �He won�t be wearing them again.�

Moore�s footwear was suitably stable for him to cross to Matthew Rose, who returned the ball for Moore to shoot home his first goal for his new club. Substitute Steve Kabba got one goal back for United from close range late in added time.

STAR MAN: Georges Santos (QPR)

Player ratings. QPR: Royce 6, Bignot 6, shiteeetu 8, Santos 9, Rose 7, Ainsworth 6 (Brown 69min 6), Bircham 7, Doherty 5 (Moore 86min, 5, Rowlands 7 (Bean 86min, 5), Gallen 7, Furlong 6

Sheffield United: Kenny 6, Bromby 5, Morgan 6, Jagielka 6, Kozluk 5, Ifill 6, Montgomery 5, Nalis 4 (Short 73min, 5), Harley 5 (Gillespie 73min, 5), Webber 7, Shipperley 5 (Kabba 77min, 7)

Scorers: QPR: Bircham 56, Moore 90

Sheffield United: Kabba 90

Referee: S Tanner

Attendance: 13,497

Sunday Times

QPR Official Site FAN Charter

16:20 02 July 2013
By @OfficialQPR
Season 2013/14
  • The Club has appointed a dedicated Customer Services / Supporter Liaison Officer. Andy Rees can be contacted by e-mail – andyr@qpr.co.uk
  • The Club will endeavour to respond to any letter, telephone call, e-mail or fax within seven working days of receipt. If a full response cannot be made within that time scale, an acknowledgement will be sent and a detailed reply will follow within 21 days of receipt of the original communication.

Mission Statement

The Club’s aim is that all customers attending matches at Loftus Road do so in the knowledge that they will be treated in a civil and courteous manner by a team of professional personnel on duty around the Stadium.

Anti-Discrimination Policy
1. The Club is committed to confront and eliminate discrimination whether by reason of sex, sexual orientation, race, nationality, ethnic origin, religion or disability.
2. The Club is an equal opportunities employer. This means that in none of its activities will it discriminate against, or in any way treat less favourably, any person on grounds of sex, sexual orientation, race, nationality, ethnic origin, colour, religion or disability. This includes:
  • The advertisement of jobs
  • The selection of candidates for employment or promotion
  • Pay and employment terms and conditions
  • Internal training and development activities
  • External education activities and awards
  • Football development activities
3. The Club will not tolerate sexual or racially based harassment or other discriminatory behaviour, whether physical or verbal, and will work to ensure that such behaviour is met with appropriate disciplinary action in whatever context it occurs.
4. The Club supports The Football Association and The Football League in its commitment to develop a programme of ongoing training and awareness-raising events and activities in order to promote the eradication of discrimination.


  • The Club offers a broad range of ticket prices to encourage access for as many people as possible.
  • The Club offers the best possible pricing for its Season Ticket Holders with considerable discounts for Season Tickets including Season Tickets for U’8’s accompanied by an adult in Silver and Bronze areas.
  • An allocation of tickets will be given to the Community Department for various games allowing school and community groups the opportunity to support QPR during the season.
Matchday Ticket Prices - 2013/14 Season

Junior U16£20.00£15.00£12.00£10.00
Kids U8n/an/aFreeFree
Senior Over 60£25.00£20.00£15.00£12.00
Young Adult 16-21£25.00£20.00£15.00£12.00

Members Prices (within 2 week priority period)

Junior U16£19.00£14.00£11.00£9.00
Kids U8n/an/aFreeFree
Senior Over 60£24.00£19.00£14.00£11.00
Young Adult 16-21£24.00£19.00£14.00£11.00

All tickets issued are subject to the rules and regulations of FIFA, UEFA, The Football Association and The Football League in respect of the relevant competition and the Club’s Ground Regulations, available to HERE.

We would remind you that any home supporter wishing to obtain a refund on match tickets not subsequently required must ensure that the tickets are in possession of QPR no later than 24 hours prior to the time of the advertised kick-off.

QPR accepts no responsibility to replace lost, stolen or damaged tickets.

QPR exclude to the maximum extent permitted by law any liability for loss, injury or damage to persons/property in or around the ground.

If tickets are resold or transferred without prior written consent of QPR it will become void and the holder may be refused entry or ejected from the stadium.

The use of tickets to enter the ground constitutes acceptance of such rules and regulations and the Ground Regulations and QPR reserves the right to eject from the stadium any person who fails to comply with such rules and regulations.

Please respect the No Smoking Restrictions, Alcohol and Behaviour Policies.  Other than the two defined ‘smoking areas’ at the rear of the Loft and Ellerslie Road Stands there is no smoking permitted in any other area of the stadium.

Please note the Smoking Areas are limited in space and we apologise if not all who wish to smoke can be accommodated. The Stadium is within a Controlled Drinking Zone. Consuming alcohol in view of the pitch is a Criminal Offence (refer to Ground Regulations) and offenders may be subject to ejection from the Stadium and arrest by the Police. 

Contravention of these Stadium Ground Regulations may result in police action as well as ejection and banning from the ground. 

The Club currently operates a scheme to enable supporters to pay for season tickets by instalments.  We endeavour to ensure that we can offer as competitive an APR as is possible given the financial and commercial criteria. The Club has also offered supporters the option of a four-month interest free repayment plan on season tickets for the upcoming campaign.

Season Cards - No refunds will be issued after the season has commenced. 

  • At least 20% of tickets to each home game will be made available to non-season ticket holders for the foreseeable future.
  • PROOF OF AGE IS REQUIRED* to obtain a Kids U’8 concessionary price (photocopy of birth certificate/passport). To qualify, Kids must be under 8 on 1st August 2013 (born on or after 01/08/2005) and they must be accompanied by a full paying adult. 
  • PROOF OF AGE IS REQUIRED* to obtain a Junior U’16 concessionary price (photocopy of birth certificate/passport). To qualify, the Junior must be under 16 on 1st August 2013 (born on or after 01/08/1997)
  • PROOF OF AGE IS REQUIRED* to obtain a Young Adult 16-21 concessionary price (photocopy of birth certificate/passport). To qualify, the Young Adult must be under 21 on 1st August 2013 (born on or after 01/08/1992)
  • PROOF OF AGE IS REQUIRED* to obtain a Senior Citizen Over 60 concessionary price (photocopy of birth certificate/passport). To qualify, the Senior Citizen must be over 60 on 1st August 2013 (born on or before 01/08/1953)
Disabled Tickets:

The Club provides support for disabled spectators and their carers, including facilities for the visually impaired.  Our Box Office can be contacted for details of our disabled facilities and ticket allocation on 020 8740 2502.

Restricted Views

The Club’s policy for the reduction in prices of restricted view seats is as follows and the tickets are clearly marked accordingly:-
  • £2.00 off the normal price for a restricted view on the adult price, £1 off concession price.
2013/14 Hoops Membership Scheme

The Club runs a Membership Scheme, the prices of which are:

Adult Hoops Membership: £25 (to increase to £30 on 1/8/13)
Junior Hoops Membership: £15 (to increase to £20 on 1/8/13)

Membership Packs:

Limited Edition #ForeverRs Adult Pack:
  • Messenger Bag
  • Baseball Cap
  • Smartphone / MP3 Player Pouch
  • Playing Cards
  • Notebook
  • Window Sticker
Limited Edition ##ForeverRs Junior Pack:
  • Messenger Bag
  • Watch
  • Smartphone / MP3 Player Pouch
  • Playing Cards
  • Badge Set
  • Window Sticker
Membership Benefits:

All Members Get The Following Benefits:
  • Membership Smartcard
  • Access to pre-sales for all home league matches
  • Ability to purchase tickets in the Upper Loft Members-only area
  • 30 Loyalty Points
  • QPR Superstore offers
  • Weekly email newsletter
Additional Adult Hoops Member Benefits:
  • Limited Edition #ForeverRs Adult Pack
  • £2 discount off a home league match ticket if the Member is an Adult*
  • £1 discount off a home league match ticket if the Member is a Concession
  • (Senior Over 60 / Young Adult 16-21 / Disabled)*
  • NEW: 10% discount on matchday hospitality
  • 50% discount off a Stadium Tour ticket
Additional Junior Hoops Member Benefits:
  • Limited Edition #ForeverRs Junior Pack
  • £1 discount off a Junior home league match ticket*
  • Free Stadium Tour when accompanied by a paying adult
  • 10% discount on advanced bookings made for junior activities run by QPR in the Community Trust, including term-time courses and ‘QPR Soccer Schools’ holiday courses 
  • Monthly draw entry to become a QPR mascot at a home or away match 
  • Birthday and Christmas cards from the club
* This ticket discount applies to a single ticket and is only valid during the pre-sale period

All Benefits are subject to availability

Away Matches  

The Club operates a Loyalty Scheme for away matches. The loyalty points vary for each game based on factors such as location and which day of the week the match is played (games played midweek at Blackburn, for example, would score highly).

Additional Loyalty Points
Becoming a Season Ticket Holder100
Bonus for renewing Season Ticket during ForeverRs Loyalty Window40
Bonus for buying new Season Ticket during ForeverRs Loyalty Window20
Bonus for buying an additional Season Ticket during ForeverRs Loyalty Window50 +£25 Voucher
Becoming a Hoops Membership (including a Season Ticket Super Hoop Upgrade)30

Loyalty Points carried forward from Season 12/13

Supporters with the highest number of loyalty points across the season will therefore be first to have the option of tickets for the big matches across the season.

Team Loyalty Points
  • Exeter - Carling Cup 10
  • Huddersfield Town 7
  • Bolton Wanderers 8
  • Leeds United 7
  • Yeovil Town 4
  • Wigan Athletic 10
  • Millwall 1
  • Burnley 8
  • Reading 2
  • Doncaster Rovers 8
  • Blackpool 9
  • Nottingham Forest 7
  • Watford 2
  • Ipswich Town 3
  • Sheffield Wednesday 8
  • Derby County 5
  • Charlton Athletic 1
  • Birmingham City 5
  • Brighton & Hove Albion 3
  • Middlesbrough 9
  • AFC Bournemouth 5
  • Blackburn Rovers 10
  • Leicester City 4
  • Barnsley 8
Cup Competitions
  • An Automatic Cup Tie Ticket service is available for home games
  • Tickets for Cup Competitions are priced and allocated the same as for League matches (referred to on page 2).  The Visiting Club is entitled to claim the following tickets although we would expect a Visiting Club to reduce its claim taking into account the demand from its own supporters.
School End Lower: 1,300
School End Upper: 1,800 

The Club reserves the right to reduce prices as appropriate for certain Cup matches, in consultation and agreement with the opposing Club and in accordance with the Rules of the Competition in question.


The Club’s policy on the return and distribution of unwanted tickets is as follows.

1. If a match is postponed prior to the day of the match the ticket will be valid for the re-arranged date.
2. If a match is postponed on the day but before kick-off, ticket holders are entitled to free admission to the re-arranged game on production of a ticket from the postponed match.
3. If a match is abandoned after kick-off spectators are entitled to half price admission to the re-arranged game on production of a ticket from the abandoned game.
4. If a match is postponed and the customer cannot attend the re-arranged date a full refund will only be considered if the ticket is received no later than 24 hours prior to kick-off of the new date.  Refunds will not be available on the day of postponement, season ticket holders should refer to T & C’s
5. If a supporter cannot make a game for any reason they will only receive a refund if the ticket has been returned 24 hours prior to kick off.  Away Supporters must apply to the Visiting Club for a refund if purchased in advance, season ticket holders should refer to T & C’s


Accommodating Away Supporters 
  • The Club abides by Football League Regulations governing the allocation of tickets to visiting Clubs.
  • The Club does not charge admission prices to supporters of a visiting Club, which are higher than those charged to its own supporters for comparable accommodation.  In particular, the concession rates offered to QPR senior citizens, junior and disabled supporters apply to supporters of a visiting Club.
  • The Club offers a broad range of ticket prices to encourage access for as many people as possible.
  • The Club offers the best possible pricing for its Season Ticket Holders with considerable discounts for Season Tickets including Season Tickets for U’8’s accompanied by an adult in Silver and Bronze areas.
  • An allocation of tickets will be given to the Community Department for various games allowing school and community groups the opportunity to support QPR during the season.
Consultation and Information
  • The Club aims to consult with supporters through Fans Representative Meetings which are attended by QPR Staff and Directors.
  • The Club publicises its position on major policy issues in the matchday programme and on its website (www.qpr.co.uk)
  • The Club has and continues to develop ways to consult with Shareholders, sponsors, the local authority, local residents associations, community groups and other interested parties.
  • Comments and suggestions from supporters are welcomed and can be addressed to the individual departments or to our Customer Services Officer Andy Rees – (andyr@qpr.co.uk)
  • The Club will give the earliest possible notice of any changes to its ticketing policy and the reasons for the changes.
  • The Club will, where possible, consult supporters on kit design and number of new strips.

We will endeavour to respond to complaints within five working days and the complaint will be directed to the appropriate departmental head for comment/response. If it is not possible to provide a full response to the issue raised within that time, an acknowledgement will be sent and a detailed reply will follow within 21 working days of receipt of the original communication. We will attempt to resolve all justifiable complaints within 28 working days. If however, this cannot be done, we promise to keep the complainant updated on the progress of the complaint.

If you are not satisfied with the response to your complaint, you do have the option of taking the complaint to the Football League:

The Football League Customer Services Department, Operations Center, Edward VII Quay, Navigation Way, Preston, Lancashire, PR2 2YF. Email: enquiries@football-league.co.uk Telephone: 0844 3350 183

If you are not satisfied with the response that you receive from the Football League, you may contact the Independent Football Ombudsman (IFO). Please note that the IFO has no authority to deal with any complaints until all other routes have been exhausted.

The Independent Football Ombudsman, Suite 49, 57 Great George Street, Leeds, LS1 3AJ. Email: contact@theifo.co.uk


Loftus Road Stadium is stewarded with a combination of in house and agency stewards.  We work hard to ensure we get the same staff to aid our home and away supporters with the best knowledge possible.
Away supporters are located in the ‘School Upper’ section of the ground.
For home fans there is a dedicated ‘family’ area in the ‘Lower Loft’
The Club works hard to create a safe and respectful environment for everyone to enjoy their day and foul language, racism and violence of any sort are not tolerated and could result in arrest and/or ejection from the Ground. The Club may impose a ban for one or more matches.
We make our customers' safety a top priority. We work closely with all parties. We meet with all our site partners at least every two weeks and in advance of all matches and events at the stadium for events planning and safety team meetings. 
These include Police and all emergency services, the Stadium Safety Certificate holder, our stadium teams and representatives from all other users of our site.

Ground Regulations

Please find a copy of our Ground Regulations HERE.
All visitors to Loftus Road are asked to respect the Ground Regulations.  Breaches in the Ground Regulations may result in a ban from the ground.
Should a supporter be ejected from the Stadium by the safety team or Police, this matter will be dealt with away from match day in the form of a dedicated meeting. 
Individuals ejected will not be allowed re-entry into the stadium until the incident has been dealt with by the Club and the Stadium's Safety Officer.
The individual in question will then receive a letter from the Safety Officer regarding the incident. Before any readmission is allowed the individual must attend a meeting with the Stadium Safety Officer to discuss the incident.
Only after completion of this process will the individual be allowed back in the ground to attend matches


The Club is committed to the safeguarding of both children and vulnerable adults.  There is a team in place who are dedicated to raising awareness in these areas and this is extended to all match day staff.
Should you witness something that you feel needs reporting please alert the nearest steward or email safeguarding@qpr.co.uk.
QPR in the Community Trust

Our vision
Creating opportunities, inspiring change and helping people fulfil their potential

Our mission 
Partnering to help people enhance the life experience for themselves and their neighbourhoods across West London 

A community & family club
  • Taking time to understand and listen to people in West London and respond to their potential
  • Bringing people and generations together throughout their lifetime
Developing communities
  • Helping people to recognise and develop their ability and potential and organise themselves to respond to problems and needs which they share. 
Inspire & guide
  • Promoting aspiration and opportunity through what we do
  • Promoting excellence, innovation and continual improvement in how we do it
  • Developing our skills, knowledge and capability
  • Being open and honest about what we can achieve, and working with others to achieve more while growing at a sustainable pace
  • Having the courage to focus first on what will enhance the life experience for people and neighbourhoods in West London
  • Collaborating with residents, businesses, public bodies and educational institutions, local and national government and the football community
  • Involving the Club, players and supporters in meaningful ways, seeking to influence and align to Club decision making processes

  • Details of the next intended change of kits will be available from the Club Superstore or on www.qpr.co.uk as soon as these are determined.
  • The Club carries out its obligation under Football League Regulations to prevent price fixing in relation to the sale of replica strip.
Returns Policy

We hope you will be delighted with everything you have bought from us, but if you are unhappy with your products for any reason, you can return them to us in accordance with the below:

Two options for returning items purchased online in order to receive a refund or exchange:

1. BY POST from UK, Ireland & International addresses within 28 days from the receipt of goods.
2. FREE returns to the QPR Superstore within 28 days from the receipt of goods.

SALE ITEMS - can be returned by post or in-store within 14 days from the receipt of the goods. Items returned can be refunded for the amount paid. Sale items returned after this time are eligible for an exchange only.

  • If you need to return your QPR products, please do remember that you have a legal obligation to take reasonable care of the products while you have them.
  • You can open the packaging to look at and try on the products as you would in our store. Keep and include the original packaging with your return.
  • You mustn’t try on the products wearing strong perfume/aftershave/deodorant, make-up or in the vicinity of smoke which may leave scent or marks on the products.
  • Tags should not be removed from any item.
  • Return all parcels with the completed returns note/proof of purchase & please ensure items are properly packaged and therefore cannot be damaged in transit.
  • Underwear is returnable as long as unworn.
  • Fragrance - we cannot refund or exchange any fragrance which has been used or is not returned in the exact same condition in which it was dispatched.
  • For combination purchases/ multi-buys you must return any 'free' items back to us to process a refund.
This returns policy does not affect your statutory rights in respect of defective products.

Faulty/Damaged Goods

We're sorry if one of our products has become faulty or you are unhappy with the quality and we'd like to help you resolve the problem as quickly as possible.

Please return the item either to our QPR Superstore or by post. We will look into your query as soon as possible.

If returning by post please note your reason on the returns form.

This returns policy does not affect your statutory rights. 

Shirt Personalisation

Customers should be aware that sizing may vary from previous replica kits. Please ensure you obtain the correct size before printing as we are unable to exchange or refund after letters and/or numbers have been applied to personalise your item.

The Club cannot accept liability for any changes to players’ names and numbers due to transfers or a player deciding to change number. 

Please ensure you have correctly spelt the name and the entered the correct number you wish to have printed as we cannot be accountable for spelling errors made by the customer.

The Club reserves the right to refuse to print shirts that we deem offensive or abusive. A member of customer services will contact you to discuss your choice and, if necessary, request an alternative. Please note this may delay delivery of your shirt.


The Club offers a number of matchday hospitality options which are ideal for entertaining business clients or treating family and friends. Hospitality packages include the use of a hospitality suite prior to the game, with various food and beverage options, and match seats in the South Africa Road Stand.  Selected packages also include reserved parking, match day programmes and half time refreshments.
Hospitality clients use the main Queens Park Rangers stadium entrance and are directed to their suite by our team of match day hosting staff. Tickets and documentation are issued in advance, or can be collected on match day from the hospitality ticket collection point inside the main entrance.
Matchday timetable for Saturday 3pm and Evening 8pm kick off:
  • Hospitality opening hours: Saturdays 12.30pm, Evenings 5.30pm
  • Lunch/Dinner served from: Saturdays 12.45pm, Evenings 5.45pm
  • Bars close: Saturdays 6pm, Evenings 11pm
Due to licensing regulations, alcohol may not be purchased or consumed in a pitch facing room from 15 minutes before kick off until 15 minutes after the final whistle.

Dress code

We encourage a smart casual dress code in our hospitality areas. Smart denim is permitted. Any person wearing tracksuits or football shirts will be denied entrance (home football shirts are permitted for children under 12).

Code of conduct

Please note all hospitality match seats are within the home support areas of the stadium. If you or your guests are supporting the away team, please behave respectfully as failure to do so may lead to ejection.

Use of Data

The Club may collect personal information about you whenever you contact us (e.g. in writing, by phone, fax, e-mail or SMS) or register with a website affiliated with the Club (e.g. to purchase a match ticket or merchandise item).

The Club or their business partners may inform you from time to time by e-mail, telephone, SMS or direct mail regarding relevant news, information, services and products offered by any of them which may be of interest to you.

The personal data shall be used by the Club and their business partners or representative to: (a) Update and develop records and for assessment and analysis including market and product research; (b) assist in providing services/products to you; and (c) to review, develop and improve the services offered.

Where applicable, you consent to the Club processing your personal data, and disclosing your information to their business partners and agents, for the above purposes.

Should you wish to opt out of the above at any time, please follow the instructions on each communication where applicable or email your opt-out request to boxoffice@qpr.co.uk.

You also consent to the Club transferring your information to countries which do not provide the same level of data protection as the UK if necessary for the above purposes (for example when making travel arrangements for matches outside the UK). If the Club does make such a transfer, a contract will be put in place to ensure your information is protected.

By law you are entitled to receive a copy of information or data about you which is held by the Club upon a payment of a small fee.

You are also entitled to request rectification, erasure or blocking of any such information or data which is inaccurate or not up to date and held by the Club.

Loftus Road Stadium, South Africa Road, Shepherds Bush, London W12 7PJ

Main Switchboard:    020 8743 0262         Fax:  020 8749 0994
Box Office:                 08444 777 007         Fax: 020 8740 2505
Club Shop:                  020 8749 6862         Fax:  020 8749 6862
Community:                020 8740 2509         Fax:  020 8740 2573
Commercial Sales:     020 8740 2588         Fax:  020 8740 2512

CEO: Philip Beard
Football Secretary: Terry Springett
Investor Relations: Laressa Kelly
Operations Manager:  Jenny Winstanley
Safety Officer:  Jim McNeill
Box Office Manager:  Jenny Elliott
Head of Media & Communications: Ian Taylor
Retail & Merchandise Manager: Francis Atkinson
QPR in the Community Trust CEO: Andy Evans

QPR Fan Charter

- 41 Years Ago Yesterday - QPR's 1972-1973 Promotion Season (Francis, Venable, Thomas Bowles and Givens)Kicked off with a Draw at Swindon
Clement Evans Hazell Watson
Busby Francis Venables
Leach O'Rourke Givens

20 Years Ago...RT @premierleague ON THIS DAY in 1993 secured the services of midfielder TREVOR SINCLAIR from . pic.twitter.com/cLPCaPmXMN

13 Years Ago: QPR Start their Distasterous Relegation/In Administration Season - with Home Draw vs Birmingham City

Harper - HeinolaDarlington Carlisle Ready  Morrow Wardley Rowland
Langley  Crouch  Kiwomya
SUBS  Connolly Miklosko Williams Jeanne  Greeves Kulcsar 

Flashback: 45 Years Ago ...QPR Start Their Magical (albeit Disastrous) 1968-1969 Season in the Top Flight - The Season in Photos:


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