Queens Park Rangers FC

Queens Park Rangers FC was founded in 1886 after the merger of Christchurch Rangers and St. Judes Institute, and their traditional colours are blue and white. They currently play in the Premier League. Their nickname is The Hoops and home ground is Loftus Road.

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QPR's Charlie Austin set to demand 100 per cent pay rise

...but Rs forward in no hurry to sign new deal

QPR skipper snubs Norwich to sign contract extension with Hoops

Onuoha adds three years to Loftus Road stay

QPR and Fulham: the ONLY comprehensive round-up of who came and went on transfer deadline day at both clubs

...and the latest Championship odds on Rs and Whites

QPR transfer news RECAP: How deadline day unfolded for Rangers

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All the ins and outs at Loftus Road

Charlie Austin to stay at QPR but Hoops risk losing striker for nothing next summer

Talismanic forward tweets his commitment to the cause and honours his R's contract

QPR and Fulham: the ONLY comprehensive round-up of who came and went on transfer deadline day at both clubs

...and the latest Championship odds on Rs and Whites

QPR transfer news RECAP: How deadline day unfolded for Rangers

updated
All the ins and outs at Loftus Road

Charlie Austin to stay at QPR but Hoops risk losing striker for nothing next summer

Talismanic forward tweets his commitment to the cause and honours his R's contract
exclusive

QPR's Charlie Austin set to demand 100 per cent pay rise

...but Rs forward in no hurry to sign new deal

QPR skipper snubs Norwich to sign contract extension with Hoops

Onuoha adds three years to Loftus Road stay

Fulham complete transfer double over QPR

Ream and Fredericks both end up at Craven Cottage

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