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QPR1st says the club should break its silence on new stadium plans

Eight weeks of consultation on a “local plan” for Old Oak – where QPR has said it wants to build a new stadium – has started. The consultation, by the planning authority for the area – the Old Oak and

Posted in Community, QPR1st

Alan Barnes

We understand that long time QPR supporter and LSA member Alan Barnes was involved in an accident involving a collision with a car this evening prior to the game in Nottingham. We would like to thank the paramedic who attended

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Campaign for openness on West Ham Olympic Stadium deal

QPR1st supports the campaign coalition of supporter trusts calling for the deal for West Ham to use the Olympic stadium to be made public.  As West Ham and the London Legacy Development Corporation are reported as  disagreeing over the meaning

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Government report says supporters should get a bigger say in their football clubs

QPR1st Supporters’ Trust has welcomed recommendations from a Government Expert Working Group to give football supporters a bigger say in their clubs. The report says “Supporter engagement… means dialogue between a football club and its fans, ensuring that the views

Posted in Boardroom, Community

Don Howe R.I.P

QPR1st were saddened to learn of the death of Don Howe today at the age of 80. Although Don will be remembered most by the general footballing world for his time at Arsenal as a player and manager and with

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Season Ticket Prices 2016-2017

QPR1st Supporters’ Trust welcomes the club’s announcement this week of “earlybird” prices for next year’s season tickets. We think the club decision to open season ticket sales to existing season ticket holders in December, with a price that is fixed

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West Ham Olympic Stadium LDDC update

The London Assembly has unanimously voted for the rental agreement between the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) and West Ham United to be published in full.  The Olympic Stadium Coalition, a coalition of 14 supporters trusts – including QPR1st –

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Hasselbaink Statement

QPR1st Supporters’ Trust welcomes Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink to the club.  We hope he has a long and successful time with us as manager. We are pleased that the club does not seem to have simply thrown money at an issue

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Football Governance (Supporters Participation) Bill Published

MP Clive Efford’s ‘Football Governance (Supporters’ Participation) Bill’ that would give football supporters a new right to buy shares in their clubs and to elect representatives to boards is published today. The bill is also listed for its Second Reading

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RIP Brian Lomax

It was with sadness that we learnt today of the death of Brian Lomax a founding father of the Supporters Trust Movement. Brian provided significant support and assistance to QPR1st during its formation and particularly in its early years and

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