Category: QPR1st

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

Mark Bircham

QPR 1st Supporters’ Trust echoes the voices of all QPR supporters in wishing Mark Bircham all the best for the future and thanking him for his hard work at the club. His departure from the club has been announced. A

Thank You Ollie

Thank you is the message from QPR1st Supporters’ Trust to Ian Holloway, who has “left” the club.  We would like to thank Ian for all his hard work and dedication to Queens Park Rangers Football Club.  Of course supporters have

Safe standing: sign & share the petition!

Message from the Football Supporters Federation Safe standing was in the news again this morning as the Premier League claimed that only 5% of fans want to stand and actually use a dedicated standing area for 90 minutes – apparently

R.I.P Super Ray Wilkins

Our thoughts are with the relatives and family of Ray Wilkins whose death was announced today.  He made a special contribution to our club, making 213 appearances as a player and, of course served as manager too. He was a

Supporters’ consultation committee meeting

The next QPR Supporters Consultation Committee meeting is scheduled to take place w/c 29/01/2018 . Representatives from QPR1st will be attending. if you have any issues that you would like to be raised during the meeting please let us know

Metropolitan Police Football Unit Meeting

The Metropolitan Police’s football unit is meeting with representatives of football trusts on Thursday evening. QPR1st will be represented.  On the agenda are discussions on anti-terrorism arrangements and on child protection. Are you aware of any policing issues you would

Olympic Stadium Deal

QPR1st has been supporting the Olympic Stadium Campaign, made up of football supporter organisations, calling for openness on the deal that saw taxpayers money supporting West Ham at the former Olympic stadium. London Mayor Sadiq Khan has now said he

Financial Fair Play and QPR

QPR announced on Tuesday that that its appeal to an arbitration panel against the English Football League’s Financial Fair Play fine, reported as being as much as £40m, had failed.   An appeal by QPR against the arbitration decision is expected. This

Meeting with the club and Police regarding arrangements for the upcoming Millwall match

QPR1st and the LSA met representatives of the club, the police and Millwall fans. Based on current intelligence the police have said that their response will be ‘graduated and proportionate’. There will be no specific escort of Millwall fans to

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