QUEENS PARK RANGERS

 

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Famous Players : - 

Famous Fans : - Martin Clunes (Comedy Actor - "Men Behaving Badly"), Mick Jones (Musician - formerly of the Clash), Glen Matlock (Musician - formerly of The Sex Pistols), Robert Smith (Musician - The Cure); Michael Nyman (Classical musician and film music composer); Martin Amis (Author - "London Fields"); Robert Elms (Broadcaster & DJ - BBC London and TV Presenter - travel programmes); Bill Bailey (Comedian); Ade Edmondson (Comedian - "Bottom" & "The Young Ones"); Neale Foulds (Snooker player); Ashley Giles (Cricketer); Pete Docherty (Musician);

Club Records

Formed 1885
Turned Professional 1898
Became a Limited Company 1899
Former names 1885-1887 = St. Jude's
Previous grounds 1888-1889 = Welford's Fields
1889-1899 = London Scottish Ground, Brondesbury, Home Farm, Kensal Rise Green, Gun Club Wormwood Scrubs, Kilburn Cricket Club
1899-1901 = Kensal Rise Athletic Ground
1901-1904 = LatimerRoad, Notting Hill
1904-1907 = Agricultural Society, Park Royal
1907-1917 = Park Royal Ground
1917-1931= Loftus Road
1931-1933 = White City
1933-1962 = Loftus Road
1962-1963 = White City
Nickname The R's
Club Colours Home : Shirts - Blue and white hoops
Shorts - White
Socks - Blue and white

Away : Shirts - Orange and black
Shorts - Black
Socks - Orange with black tops

Third : Shirts - Red and white quarters
Shorts - White
Socks - White

Record Premier League Win  
Record Premier League Defeat  
Record Football League Win 9 - 2  v.  Tranmere Rovers  (Div. 3)   3.12.1960  
Record Football League Defeat 1 - 8  v.  Mansfield Town  (Div. 3)  15.3.1965
Record Cup Win 8 - 1  v.  Bristol Rovers  (Round 1)   27.11.1937
Record Fee Paid 3,500,000 to Instituto de Cordoba (Argentina) for Alejandro FAURLIN  (7 July 2009)
Record Fee Received 6,000,000  from Newcastle United for Les FERDINAND  (June 1995)
Record Football League Appearances 519  -  Tony INGHAM  1950-1963
Record Premier League Appearances  
Record Premier League goal-scorer  
Record goal-scorer in a Premier League season  
Record goal-scorer in a season 37  -  George GODDARD  (Div. 3 South)  1929-30
Record all-time goal-scorer  172  -  George GODDARD   1926-34
Most goals in a match 4  -  George GODDARD  v  Merthyr Tydfil  (Div. 3 South)  9.3.1929

4  -  George GODDARD  v  Swindon Town  (Div. 3 South)  12.4.1930

4  -  George GODDARD  v  Exeter City  (Div. 3 South)  20.12.1930

4  -  George GODDARD  v  Watford  (Div. 3 South)  19.9.1931

4  -  Tom CHEETHAM  v  Aldershot  (Div. 3 South)  14.9.1935

4  -  Tom CHEETHAM  v  Aldershot  (Div. 3 South)  12.11.1938

Record Attendance (all-time) 35,353  v.  Leeds United  (Div. 1)  27.4.1974
Record Premier League Attendance  
Record match receipts 218,475  v. Manchester United (Premier League)  5.2.1994
Record total of goals in a Premier League season  
Record Premier League points total  
Record total of goals in a  League season 111 - Division 3  1961-62
Record  League points total 3 points for a win : 85  Division 2  1982-1983

2 points for a win : 67  Division 3  1966-67

Most Capped player while at club 52  -  Alan McDONALD  (Northern Ireland)

 

Club/Stadium details 

Address : South Africa Road, London W12 7PA

Telephone : 020 8743 0262
020 8740 2575  (Box Office) 
09068 121 162 (News)
020 7344 9494  (Ticketline)
020 8749 2509(Club Shop)
Fax : 020 8749  0994

Capacity : 19,148
Pitch size : 112 yards  x  72 yards
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In The Loft

 

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