Queens Park Rangers are a Premier League football club after being promoted to the top tier of English football in the 2013-14 season via the play-offs. QPR wear blue and white hooped shirts manufactured by Lotto who took over from Le Coq Sportif for the 2008-09 season and are sponsored by Air Asia who took over from Malaysia Air for the 2012-13 season.
Rangers play their home games in blue and white hooped shirts. The QPR shirt has only been worn in winning one full English honour which was the League Cup in 1967. It has however been worn by some household names such as Trevor Sinclair, Les Ferdinand, Gerry Francis and Terry Venables as he was winding down his playing days.
In a touch of class and appreciation to their loyal fans, QPR hierarchy hand the power over to the Loftus Road faithful for their new club crest decisions. With the game of football seeing constant updating and innovating to produce arguably the greatest sporting spectacle of all, QPR have decide [...]
Championship side Queens Park Rangers have released all three kits for next season. The new kits for QPR are again supplied by Nike, the new home shirt again features the trademark blue and white hoops but this time round the hoops are broader while the blue hoops boasts a red border while Air As [...]
Recently promoted to the Premier League, Queens Park Rangers have officially launched their new home, away and third kits. Supplied by Nike who secured a kit deal with the London club back in March this year, the new home shirt reveals the club's iconic blue and white hooped design [...]
Queens Park Rangers Football Club, also known as QPR or Rangers were formed in 1882 they got their name from the area of London; Queens Park where most of the players came from when St Judes and Christchurch Rangers merged. QPR play their home games in the 19,100 capacity Loftus Road Stadium on Loftus Road in Shepherd's Bush part of the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham.
The arrival of a new owner Tony Fernandes allowed the club to invest heavily on players where the likes of Esteban Granero, Loic Remy, Junior Hoilett, Bobby Zamora, Julio Cesar, Stephane M'Bia and Park Ji-Sung.