Queens Park Rangers football club, generally referred to as the QPR, is a professional football club based in White City, London. Founded in 1882, the Queens Park Rangers is a merger of the Christchurch Rangers and St Jude’s. It was named in reflection of the players, most of who came from Queens Park in North London.
Queens Park Rangers FC also nicknamed as Hoops, Super Hoops and R’s, played in the top level of England football, the Premier League, for the very first time in one and half decades during the 2011 Football League Championships. Other honours and achievements of Queens Park Rangers include the League Cup winners in 1967, runners-up of the First Division in 1976 and reaching the finals of the FA cups during 1982.
Queens Park Rangers have a rather itinerant existence, after playing in 16 various locations all throughout northeast London before finally settling into Loftus Road, which happens to be it’s current location. However, they have a title to their name: the most amount of home grounds in the history of football leagues. They also have some enduring rivalries with clubs such as Chelsea, Brentford and Fulham and each contest proves to be a massive turnout with fans.
Loftus Road Stadium, South Africa Road, London, W12