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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

Posted in Community, QPR1st

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

Posted in All News, Community, QPR1st

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

Posted in All News, QPR1st

The QPR Pledge – Andy Slaughter signs

Election candidates are starting to sign the pledge to support QPR staying in west London. Andy Slaughter, standing in Hammersmith and Fulham, and the area’s MP in the last parliament, signed up yesterday and confirmed this to us . Frustratingly, details

Posted in Community, QPR1st

Story of QPR reaches Kilburn and Brentford

 More screenings of the new film about QPR and its supporters have been scheduled for Kilburn and Brentford.  More information on the film, partly funded by QPR1st, is here www.storyofQPR.co.uk                Tricycle Cinema, Kilburn – Book

Posted in Community, QPR1st

Matchday Operations Meeting Minutes

The club responds to matchday safety issues A meeting took place recently between representatives of supporter groups and the club to talk about matchday safety issues. We asked people for questions before the meeting and these, along with other questions, were put

Posted in Boardroom, Community, QPR1st

GLA says clubs building new stadiums should pay the living wage

Clubs planning to build new stadiums as part of regeneration projects should pay the London Living Wage to all stadium employees, according to a charter set to be agreed by the Greater London Authority tomorrow (Wednesday). This comes three months

Posted in All News, Boardroom, QPR1st

Is that a new stadium way out in the distance?

Any QPR supporter who looks at the Mayor of London’s current consultation on the Old Oak regeneration would be forgiven for thinking that not much progress has been made towards a new QPR stadium. In December 2013 the club announced

Posted in All News, Boardroom, QPR1st

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