Blog Archives

Call for club to discuss new stadium plans with supporters

Approval has this week been given for the creation of the Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation (OPDC) to lead planning and development of the Old Oak area, where QPR is proposing to build its new stadium.  The new

Posted in All News, Community

John Clifford R.I.P

QPR1st mourn the passing of John ‘Gramps’ Clifford  who after sharing his memories on the QPR Report message board decided to put them together in a booklet entitled ‘Those early QPR Days 1939-1970′ a valuable contribution to the history of

Posted in All News

Mauro Zarate

The signing of Mauro Zante has led to expressions of concern from some QPR fans  about an incident four years ago in which he gave a fascist salute whilst playing for Lazio.  Zarate claimed ignorance of why this gesture was considered so

Posted in All News, Community

Government Seeking the Views of Disabled Sports Fans – Have Your Say!

Disabled sports fans are being asked by the Government to take part in the largest ever survey of their experiences as spectators. The survey will close on 28 February 2015, so please make sure you have your say before that

Posted in All News, Community

Missing Air Asia Flight QZ8501

The thoughts of all at QPR1st are with the families and friends of the passengers and crew of those aboard Air Asia flight QZ8501.  This is a terrible time for them.   Our thoughts also go out to staff of Air

Posted in All News, Media

Clarke Carlisle

We are very sorry to hear about the accident involving Clarke Carlisle today. We understand that he is in a serious condition. Our thoughts and best wished go out to Clarke and his family, hoping for a full recovery.

Posted in All News, QPR1st

QPR must attract the next generation of west London supporters

QPR has emerged as one of the most expensive clubs for junior supporters. The club tops the league when it comes to charges to be a matchday mascot and junior membership and among the most expensive for junior matchday and

Posted in All News, Media

New stadium and training ground plans moving forward slowly?

A year after the club announced its plans for a new stadium at Old Oak, the London Assembly has conformed its support, in principle, for the setting up of a Mayoral Development Corporation to oversee the regeneration of the area.

Posted in All News


Dawn Astle contacted the Trust and asked us to post this message which we are only to pleased to do. THE JUSTICE FOR JEFF ASTLE CAMPAIGN   Nine minutes into Saturday’s game, Albion fans will unveil a large banner reading

Posted in All News, Community

QPR1st urges the club to pay decent wages to all staff (Chelsea 1, QPR 0)

QPR1st believes QPR should pay all its staff the Living Wage.  While some staff are on massive wages, the club has been silent when asked its attitude to paying all staff at least the Living Wage – £9.15 an hour.

Posted in All News, Community

Join QPR1st for £5

Membership in the name of
Members email address