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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

Policing Football Meeting

 QPR1st was among representatives of supporter groups from eight London clubs to meet with members of the Metropolitan and British Transport Police yesterday to discuss the policing of football matches. Issues discussed included stewarding standards, policing of areas around football

Serious investigation needed

QPR1st Supporters Trust welcomes the club’s decision to investigate the Daily Telegraph report on Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink’s discussion with undercover reporters claiming to represent a sports company that aimed to sell players to the club. We hope it will be

Burton Town Brewery offers a welcome and free parking

Below is a message received this morning from Burton Town Brewery. Certainly worth a visit for a pre match thirst quencher in a friendly atmosphere.   Burton Town Brewery We are Burton Town Brewery and welcome both home and away

Lee Hoos on Twenty’s Plenty

A Football Supporters Federation blog has today compared Reading, where away fans are charged no more than £20, with QPR’s ticket pricing record – and say they are “teasing” QPR CEO Lee Hoos with critical comments on his recent video

On your bike to beat Cancer

Would you like to cycle around London’s football grounds on Sept 2, in support of the campaign to combat prostate cancer? If so, contact kevin.fitzgerald@thstofficial.com Starting at the Olympic Stadium at 9, the ride to will take in all 13

Come on you Rs

The new season is underway and we will be cheering on Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink and all our playing squad.  We look forward to some great wins, and great performances. We also know it’s a difficult league and we have a

QPR1st welcome show of support by club for our Polish community

The club have invited representatives from our local Polish community to attend the first match of the season, following the Polish community centre being daubed with graffiti after the Brexit vote. We fully support this gesture and QPR’s public commitment

Support for former players?

QPR should consider supporting former players suffering hardship

Planning permission at Old Oak a small first step to a new stadium?

QPR has had a plan for more than 600 homes as well as offices at Old Oak approved. This is the first significant decision made by the Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation – the body that will decide

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