Category: Media

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

QPR1st supports the call for major reform of the Football Association

Damian Collins MP, chair of the Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee said yesterday that the FA’s current structure “makes it impossible for it to reform itself. As such, there is currently no effective governing body for football in England

Making noise

BBC Radio London yesterday hosted a discussion on atmosphere at football grounds and asked QPR1st’s view on the club’s Make some noise campaign.  A writer taking part raised general issues including the possibility that safe standing could improve the atmosphere

John O’Rourke R.I.P

QPR1st Supporters’ Trust mourns the loss of former QPR forward John O’Rourke, who has died at age 71 from cancer. QPR1st extends our very deepest condolences to his family    O’Rourke joined QPR from Coventry in late 1971 for 65,000

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

QPR1st proud to support R’Story Film

QPR Fans Reps to meet with Premier League

QPR1st Supporters Trust together with other fans reps have been invited by the Club to attend a meeting with the Premier League on the topic of ‘The Premier League, TV and the future football’. Cathy Long, Head of Supporters Services

R’story launched

 “R’story” had its press launch at Loftus Road on Wednesday, 4 February when the hour-long film about the club and its supporters had its first screening.  QPR1st helped to sponsor the film and Stephen Dedridge, chair of the trust, introduced

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

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