London: QPR have three plots for new stadium

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London: QPR have three plots for new stadium QPR chairman Tony Fernandes revealed the club are looking at three potential locations for their new 40,000-seater. When all are evaluated, they'll be presented to the supporters, “The Independent” reveals.


It hasn't been a year yet since Malaysian owner Tony Fernandes took over at Loftus Road and already it seems he won't stay long at that address. Nor will the club who are set to move as their current stadium isn't possible to expand.

Plans to build a new stadium for 40,000-45,000 people were announced in November last year, but Fernandes stressed that this will come only after new training centre is sorted out. And since QPR are to get their centre in a year, now came time for the ground.

We're working this week [on the stadium], Fernandes told Press Association Sport.

I am getting a full report on one of the pieces of ground. I think we have three potential choices and we are going to evaluate it and then take it to the shareholders.