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Andy King R.I.P

QPR 1st Supporters Trust notes the sudden passing of Andy King. A midfielder who made his name at Everton, Andy Joined QPR in 1980 playing 30 times and scoring 9 goals. Over his career Andy had an excellent midfield goal

Posted in Community, QPR1st

Season Ticket Prices

QPR1st welcome the Club announcement that the price of season tickets have been frozen from the last time QPR competed in the Championship. The rise in the age of supporters who qualify for junior season tickets is also appreciated.  This

Posted in All News, Boardroom, QPR1st

A “must read” for anyone who cares about QPR

The link below is to comprehensive analysis of the astonishing financial “management” of QPR in recent years. Although we are told repeatedly that lessons have been learnt, QPR1st Supporters’ Trust believes the club needs to be honest and open with

Posted in Boardroom, QPR1st

R’Story now available via Video on Demand

R’Story: The Story of Queens Park Rangers Football Club is now available on Video-On-Demand via the project’s website  An updated version of the film (52mins) will be available to rent for a limited time to precede its DVD release

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QPR supporters deserve a fair deal on ticket prices next year

Last weekend, before the Newcastle game, QPR supporters were represented alongside fans from Everton, West Ham, Hull, Newcastle and Spurs, all playing that day on London, to back the Football Supporters’ Federation campaign to reduce Premier League ticket prices (and

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QPR1st Welcomes new CEO Lee Hoos

The appointment of Lee Hoos as chief executive for QPR has been welcomed by QPR1st Supporters’ Trust.  It has been announced that Lee Hoos will be taking up the post at QPR later in the summer.  The Trust looks forward

Posted in Boardroom, Media, QPR1st

Good Luck Chris Ramsey

QPR1st Supporters’ Trust wishes Chris Ramsey well as the newly appointed chief coach. Chris and the Director of Football Les Ferdinand face a big job in rebuilding the squad over the coming year.  We hope they will be given the

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The Story of QPR -Opportunity for QPR fans aged 16 – 25

The Story of QPR Project invites 16 – 25 year olds to join us at Loftus Road Stadium next week (26th – 29th May) for 4 days of digital magazine training and activities. Volunteers will take part in training workshops

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Back where we started minus the odd 200M

QPR’s relegation from the Premier League is very disappointing – but not surprising.  The Trust believes the club needs to get the basics right if it is to ever see sustained success – and is asking for a meeting with club

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Improving stewarding at Loftus Road

Representatives of QPR1st, the Loyal Supporters Association (LSA) and disabled supporters recently met with club operations manager Jenny Winstanley and safety officer Jim McNeil to talk about issues including stewarding at Loftus Road. It was a good meeting with the

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