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Fans’ Fare Petition

Too many games have their dates changed to suit the TV companies. The Football Supporters Federation is supporting a petition started by Tooting MP  Rosena Allin-Khan calling for a scheme to ensure supporters  would not have to pay more for

R.I.P Matthew Brazier

It is with sadness that we learned today that Matthew Brazier passed away yesterday following a battle against Non-Hodgkin Follicular Lymphoma. Matthew made 49 appearances for QPR between 1994 and 1998 before moving on to Fulham, Cardiff City and finally

Rainbow Laces Initiative

The Supporters Trust believes that QPR should be an inclusive environment for all fans. We therefore back the Rainbow Laces initative as a now annual event raising awareness of continued homophobic behaviour and attitudes within the football world. Emma Miller

Statement regarding the economic impact report and LBHF response

QPR1st Supporters’ Trust supports the aim of developing a modern stadium as part of safeguarding the future of QPR.  We are concerned that the recent publication by the club of a report on QPR’s economic and social value and proposals

Don Shanks running for Stan

Don Shanks is running the New York marathon this weekend, to support three causes – Stan Bowles, who is living with Alzheimer’s, The QPR Number 10 Foundation (in support of former players falling on hardship) and the Alzheimer’s Society. Supporters

R.I.P Ron Hunt

QPR1st joins with all supporters in expressing our deepest sympathy to the family of Ron Hunt. Ron came through the academy at QPR playing 255 games in a career that spanned 10 years between 1963 and 1973 playing a crucial

Amit Bhatia appointed QPR Chairman

QPR Supporters’ Trust congratulates Amit Bhatia on his appointment as chairman of the club. We hope this appointment will be a move towards a new relationship of partnership between the club and its supporters. Amit Bhatia was chair of QPR

FFP Settlement

“QPR1st, the QPR Supporters Trust notes the joint QPR-English Football League statement on the settlement which entails: A fine of £17m, QPR to pay the EFL’s costs of £3 million. A transfer embargo in the 2019 January transfer window. The

Mark Bircham

QPR 1st Supporters’ Trust echoes the voices of all QPR supporters in wishing Mark Bircham all the best for the future and thanking him for his hard work at the club. His departure from the club has been announced. A

Safe Standing Campaign Launch at Loftus Road

Members of supporters’ trusts for QPR, Brentford, Fulham, Chelsea, Arsenal and Man U were at Loftus Road to hear the shadow sports minister announce Labour’s support for safe standing to be allowed in Premier League and Championship grounds. Also at

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