Loftus Road Stadium
|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|
England: More standing areas in stadiums next season?!
All Premier League and Championship clubs will be eligible to apply to operate licensed safe standing areas starting from the next season, the English government has recently announced. This marks the departure from a 30-year-old rule requiring seated-only stadiums.
England: QPR stadium returns to original name
The home ground of London based Championship team Queens Park Rangers will be called Loftus Road Stadium again, starting from the next season. This brings an end to a three-year partnership with the Kiyan Prince Foundation, a charity after which the stadium has been named.
England: Safe standing trials in Premier League and Championship
There has been talk for some time about introducing safe standing in the two highest leagues in the country. In 2019, the government assured about the imminent change of the regulations, but these were not introduced until 2 years later.
London: QPR not giving up on new stadium
Rangers have been planning to build a new ground for several years, preferably in a place that would ensure that the club stays in the area of its origin. The fate of the stadium seems to be in the hands of the local council.
London: Wimbledon to begin season at QPR over stadium delivery
While it was supposed to be ready this summer, new Plough Lane stadium won't be delivered until late October. That's why AFC Wimbledon teamed up with QPR to play first fixtures there.
COVID-19 crisis: English supporters to return in October?
The government is preparing to reopen sports stadiums across the UK. While first trial events will take place in just 2 weeks, all stadiums could be open again only from October onwards.
England: 341 games in five “regional hubs”?
In case not all stadiums are available to host games of Championship, League One and League Two, the EFL is considering using stadium clusters to hold the 341 remaining league games of 2019/20.
England: Safe standing in Premier League and Championship from 2021?
Though physically safe standing is already in Premier League, legally it's still prohibited. But that might change as the government is expected to act quickly, possibly introducing legal standing in 2021.
London: QPR naming rights against knife crime
Starting 2019/20, Loftus Road's name will change for the first time, to Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium. The foundation is tackling anti-social behaviour and violence among local youth.
London: QPR officially ask for new stadium
As part of the ongoing consultation process Queens Park Ranges have now officially published their response. The club is asking for a 30,000-capacity accessible and sustainable stadium.
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.