|312 (VIP seats)|
|99 (Press seats)|
|2500 (Away section)|
|Clubs||Queens Park Rangers|
|Record attendance||35 353 (QPR - Leeds United, 27.04.1927)|
|Address||South Africa Road, London, W12 7PA|
London: Council launches consultation into QPR stadium site
Hammersmith and Fulham Council has launched public consultation regarding the future of Linford Christie Stadium. And because QPR are aiming at building their stadium here, they're urging supporters to join in.
London: Council's options for QPR...
...that will most likely not be appreciated by QPR. Will we see months of further media battles between Hammersmith and Fulham and Queens Park Rangers? Possibly.
London: QPR threaten relocation to mobilise fanbase against council
Malaysian owner Tony Fernandes used a podcast with supporters to complain about the borough council and threaten he might relocate the team, unless fans pressure local authorities.
London: QPR magic not working on council
Despite a heavy campaign to promote their new stadium plan, the city council isn't budging. “No land for free” is the message. And if that message breaks any deal, it means the effort by QPR owners wasn't sincere to begin with.
London: Still a chance for QPR stadium at Linford Christie?
Football stadium could be part of the Linford Christie development, less than 1 km north of Loftus Road. But QPR chairman recently claimed not much progress on the issue is expected.
Safe standing: Government to rethink all-seating
By all means the debate was predictable, but that's fine, we'll take it. The most important thing is: British authorities will review the all-seater rule, which officially opens the case for legal standing in top leagues of England and Wales.
England: Supporters force parliament to debate safe standing!
It took only several days of momentum to reach immense support of 100,000 British citizens and thus force the British government to officially debate safe standing in Premier League and Championship.
London: QPR target new location for 30,000-stadium
After exactly 100 years at Loftus Road QPR now indicate a new site they would like to move to. A 30,000-seater just 1 km north could be built within a few years.
London: QPR charity trust needs a larger stadium
Loftus Road isn’t just too small for long-term growth (or any growth) of QPR, it’s also below the needs of QPR in the Community Trust, the club’s official charity.
10+ Ranking 2015: Attendances in Europe (Part 2. The Clubs)
Borussia, Barca and Man United – lovely dominant trio. But it wasn’t them who gained most fans last season. Check all 217 clubs that draw an average crowd of 10,000+!
10+ Ranking 2015: Attendances in Europe (Part 1. The Leagues)
Numbers don’t lie: French Ligue 1 outgrew Italian Serie A as Europe’s fourth largest league. Premier League seems unlikely to catch up to Bundesliga, while Turkey, Ukraine and Scotland are down.
London: Stadium for QPR? “Not going to happen”
While the London-based club hopes to build a new stadium at Old Oak, the plot owner very clearly states, this isn’t happening. End of the New Queens Park scheme? Very likely.
London: QPR launch consultation on stadium, but where would they build?
Queens Park Rangers officially began public consultation, a process that will go on for months ahead of detailed stadium plans. Yet the club seems to be unlikely to get hold of land they want to build on.
Premier League: Most clubs ‘inflate’ attendances
Here’s another argument for fans claiming there’s something wrong with the game in England. Arsenal alone inflated its attendance for 2013/14 by almost 174,000 fans compared to actual numbers.
10+ Ranking: Here are the best European clubs by attendance
There are 229 clubs in Europe enjoying on average 10,000 spectators and more. We list all of them to show the Continent’s most magnetic teams. Some fanbases really deserve praise for their participation, right Rangers/Portsmouth?
England: Fans to protest ticket prices again
On August 14 supporters from across England will demonstrate in London, showing their outrage with pricing policies at Premier League clubs. Some season tickets have risen by 30-40% for the upcoming season and only Manchester City offers any season ticket below £300.
London: Stadium for QPR? “Will take significantly longer”
When QPR presented initial renderings of the new 40,000 stadium last year, completion date was anticipated for 2018. Now that sounds impossible as owner of the land suggests no agreement has been reached.
New design: QPR to follow Arsenal’s lead
Queens Park Rangers presented the very first renderings of their future home. The club hope to build it with the same company and in the same way that Arsenal switched grounds a few years back.
London: QPR confirm talks over new 40,000-seater
Talks between club and the city are said to be advanced and may bring another world class stadium to London. Its cost may stand at some GBP 200 million, according to London Evening Standard.
London: QPR to announce move details soon?
New stadium will be sponsored by Air Asia and hold twice as many fans as Loftus Road. Construction may cost up to £150 million, according to The Sun, who expect the club to show details soon.