Queens Park Rangers

If you are looking to travel away to watch your beloved club play Queens Park Rangers you will love the atmosphere at Loftus Road.

Be sure to check out our in depth guide to Loftus Road Stadium away fans to find all of the essential information regarding the fastest route to and from the stadium, and also if there are any pubs, restaurants and cafés in the local area that are welcoming to visiting away fans.

Queens Park Rangers FC is a professional club that plays in the Championship which is the second tier of English Football. Managed by Gareth Ainsworth the side are having a rough season and currently find themselves in a relegation battle.

In our Queens Park Rangers Football Club guide, we provide you with all the important information from the squad, upcoming fixtures and results, and also the heritage of Queens Park Rangers.

Queens Park Rangers Registered Squad

Here is a list of the registered squad for Queens Park Rangers 2023:

Goal Keepers

Asmir Begovic19 (0)021
Chris Day
Jake Cole
Jordan Archer1 (0)000
Keiren Westwood
Joe Walsh0 (1)000
Harry Halwax


Marcus Bignot
Terrell Forbes
Gino Padula
Lee Wallace
Richard Edghill
Steve Cook13 (0)020
Jake Clarke-Salter5 (1)110
Danny Shittu
Matthew Rose
Morgan Fox9 (1)000
Jimmy Dunne8 (1)011
Reginald Cannon4 (1)000
Ziyad Larkeche2 (5)000
Angel Rangel
Lewis Hamilton
Osman Kakay17 (3)030
Arthur Gnohere
Yoann Barbet
Aaron Drewe0 (2)000


Jack Colback12 (1)271
Richard Johnson
Luke Amos
Marc Bircham
Paul Smyth14 (4)150
Ilias Chair17 (1)150
Stefan Johansen
Andre Dozzell16 (2)231
Sam Field19 (0)070
Lee Cook
Serge Branco
Chris Willock7 (6)210
Marcus Bean
Kenneth Paal19 (1)300
Georges Santos
Stephen Duke-McKenna2 (4)010
Gareth Ainsworth
Marco Harboe Ramkilde
Kevin McLeod
Albert Adomah3 (5)010
Steven Bala
Alexander Aoraha0 (1)000
Martin Rowlands


Lyndon Dykes14 (1)310
Tony Thorpe
Kevin Gallen
Jamie Cureton
Taylor Richards1 (3)000
Charlie Kelman2 (4)000
Paul Furlong
Sinclair Armstrong10 (6)140
Rayan Kolli0 (8)000
Ody Alfa

Current Queens Park Rangers Manager

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Queens Park Rangers Upcoming Fixtures

Upcoming GameCompetionOpponentVenue
Sat 09 15:00HullHome
Wed 13 19:45PlymouthHome
Sat 16 15:00Sheff WedAway
Sat 23 15:00SouthamptonHome
Tue 26 13:00MillwallAway
Fri 29 19:45IpswichAway
Mon 01 15:00CardiffHome
Sat 06 15:00BournemouthHome
Sat 13 15:00WatfordHome
Sat 20 15:00MillwallHome
Sat 27 15:00HuddersfieldHome
Sat 03 15:00BlackburnAway
Sat 10 15:00NorwichHome
Wed 14 19:45StokeAway
Sat 17 15:00Bristol CityAway
Sat 24 15:00RotherhamHome
Sat 02 15:00LeicesterAway
Wed 06 19:45West BromHome
Sat 09 15:00MiddlesbroughHome
Sat 16 15:00SunderlandAway
Fri 29 14:00BirminghamHome
Mon 01 14:00SwanseaAway
Sat 06 14:00Sheff WedHome
Tue 09 18:45PlymouthAway
Sat 13 14:00HullAway
Sat 20 14:00PrestonHome
Sat 27 14:00LeedsHome
Sat 04 14:00CoventryAway

Queens Park Rangers Previous Results

05 Aug 2023Watford v Queens Park RangersL4-0League Championship
12 Aug 2023Cardiff City v Queens Park RangersW1-2League Championship
16 Aug 2023Queens Park Rangers v Norwich CityL0-1League Cup
19 Aug 2023Queens Park Rangers v Ipswich TownL0-1League Championship
26 Aug 2023Southampton v Queens Park RangersL2-1League Championship
02 Sep 2023Middlesbrough v Queens Park RangersW0-2League Championship
16 Sep 2023Queens Park Rangers v SunderlandL1-3League Championship
19 Sep 2023Queens Park Rangers v Swansea CityD1-1League Championship
22 Sep 2023Birmingham City v Queens Park RangersD0-0League Championship
30 Sep 2023Queens Park Rangers v Coventry CityL1-3League Championship
04 Oct 2023Leeds United v Queens Park RangersL1-0League Championship
07 Oct 2023Queens Park Rangers v Blackburn RoversL0-4League Championship
21 Oct 2023Huddersfield Town v Queens Park RangersL2-1League Championship
24 Oct 2023West Bromwich Albion v Queens Park RangersL2-0League Championship
28 Oct 2023Queens Park Rangers v Leicester CityL1-2League Championship
04 Nov 2023Rotherham United v Queens Park RangersD1-1League Championship
11 Nov 2023Queens Park Rangers v Bristol CityD0-0League Championship
25 Nov 2023Norwich City v Queens Park RangersL1-0League Championship
28 Nov 2023Queens Park Rangers v Stoke CityW4-2League Championship
01 Dec 2023Preston North End v Queens Park RangersW0-2League Championship

Popular Questions

When was Queens Park Rangers FC founded?

Queens Park Rangers FC was founded on September 1882.

What is the home stadium of Queens Park Rangers FC?

The home stadium of Queens Park Rangers FC is the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium, located in White City, London.

What are some notable achievements of Queens Park Rangers FC?

Queens Park Rangers FC won the League Cup in 1967, and reached the FA Cup final in 1982. They also finished as runners-up in the old First Division (now known as the Premier League) in the 1975-76 season. In addition, they have won the Second Division (now known as the Championship) twice, most recently in the 2010-11 season.

Manager History

31/10/2023 – 30/06/2024Martí CifuentesSpain07/07/1982
22/02/2023 – 28/10/2023Gareth AinsworthEngland10/05/1973
12/12/2022 – 19/02/2023Neil CritchleyEngland18/10/1978
28/11/2022 – 11/12/2022Paul HallJamaica03/07/1972
01/07/2022 – 27/11/2022Michael BealeEngland04/09/1980
08/05/2019 – 30/06/2022Mark WarburtonEngland06/09/1962
01/04/2019 – 07/04/2019John EustaceEngland03/11/1979
01/07/2018 – 31/03/2019Steve McClarenEngland03/05/1961
11/11/2016 – 30/06/2018Ian HollowayEngland12/03/1963
04/12/2015 – 05/11/2016Jimmy Floyd HasselbainkNetherlands27/03/1972
05/11/2015 – 03/12/2015Neil WarnockEngland01/12/1948
13/02/2015 – 04/11/2015Chris RamseyEngland28/04/1962
03/02/2015 – 12/02/2015Les FerdinandEngland08/12/1966
25/11/2012 – 02/02/2015Harry RedknappEngland02/03/1947
23/11/2012 – 24/11/2012Mark BowenWales07/12/1963
10/01/2012 – 22/11/2012Mark HughesWales01/11/1963
02/03/2010 – 08/01/2012Neil WarnockEngland01/12/1948
15/01/2010 – 01/03/2010Mick HarfordEngland12/02/1959
17/12/2009 – 15/01/2010Paul HartEngland04/05/1953
10/12/2009 – 16/12/2009Marc BirchamCanada11/05/1978
01/07/2009 – 09/12/2009Jim MagiltonNorthern Ireland06/05/1969
09/04/2009 – 30/06/2009Gareth AinsworthEngland10/05/1973
19/11/2008 – 08/04/2009Paulo SousaPortugal30/08/1970
26/10/2008 – 18/11/2008Gareth AinsworthEngland10/05/1973
14/05/2008 – 25/10/2008Iain DowieNorthern Ireland09/01/1965
29/10/2007 – 08/05/2008Luigi De CanioItaly26/09/1957
01/10/2007 – 28/10/2007Mick HarfordEngland12/02/1959
20/09/2006 – 01/10/2007John GregoryEngland11/05/1954
07/02/2006 – 19/09/2006Gary WaddockIreland17/03/1962
26/02/2001 – 06/02/2006Ian HollowayEngland12/03/1963
16/10/1998 – 25/02/2001Gerry FrancisEngland06/12/1951
28/09/1998 – 16/10/1998Iain DowieNorthern Ireland09/01/1965
05/12/1997 – 30/09/1998Ray HarfordEngland01/06/1945
11/11/1997 – 04/12/1997John HollinsEngland16/07/1946
16/09/1996 – 10/11/1997Stewart HoustonScotland28/08/1949
01/10/1994 – 04/09/1996Ray WilkinsEngland14/09/1956
01/06/1991 – 11/11/1994Gerry FrancisEngland06/12/1951
28/11/1989 – 30/06/1991Don HoweEngland12/10/1935
09/12/1988 – 27/11/1989Trevor FrancisEngland19/04/1954
01/07/1985 – 04/12/1988Jim SmithEngland17/10/1940
07/12/1984 – 30/06/1985Frank SibleyEngland04/12/1947
01/07/1984 – 31/12/1984Alan MulleryEngland23/11/1941
14/10/1980 – 31/05/1984Terry VenablesEngland06/01/1943
01/07/1978 – 30/06/1979Steve BurtenshawEngland23/11/1935
23/03/1978 – 30/06/1978Alec StockEngland30/03/1917
01/07/1977 – 23/03/1978Frank SibleyEngland04/12/1947
01/10/1974 – 30/06/1977Dave SextonEngland06/04/1930
01/07/1974 – 31/12/1974Stan AndersonEngland27/02/1933
01/07/1971 – 25/09/1974Gordon JagoEngland22/10/1932
05/12/1968 – 30/06/1969Les AllenEngland04/09/1937
01/11/1968 – 24/11/1968Tommy DochertyScotland24/04/1928
01/08/1968 – 27/10/1968Bill DodginEngland04/11/1931
01/07/1959 – 31/07/1968Alec StockEngland30/03/1917
01/07/1952 – 30/04/1959Jack TaylorEngland15/02/1914
29/04/1944 – 30/06/1952Dave MangnallEngland21/09/1905
01/07/1939 – 31/03/1944Ted VizardWales07/06/1889
01/07/1935 – 18/04/1939Billy BirrellScotland13/03/1897
01/07/1930 – 30/06/1931John BowmanEngland23/04/1879
01/07/1925 – 30/06/1931Bob HewisonEngland25/03/1889
01/07/1913 – 28/02/1920James HowieScotland19/03/1878

Queens Park Rangers Trophies

Division Three (South)Runner-up1946-47
Division Three (South)Champion1947-48
League Division ThreeChampion1966-67
Football League CupWinner1966-67
League Division TwoRunner-up1967-68
League Division TwoRunner-up1972-73
League Division OneRunner-up1975-76
FA CupRunner-up1981-82
League Division TwoChampion1982-83
Football League CupRunner-up1985-86
League Division 2Runner-up2003-04
League ChampionshipChampion2010-11


Queens Park Rangers Football Club, commonly known as QPR, is a professional football club based in London, England. The club was founded in 1882 and has a rich history with notable achievements such as winning the League Cup in 1967 and finishing as runners-up in the old First Division in the 1975-76 season.

In terms of their style of play, QPR is known for their attacking and possession-based approach. The club emphasizes playing out from the back, building up play through the midfield, and creating chances for their forwards. QPR has also developed a reputation for producing young talent, with the academy consistently producing players who have gone on to play at the highest levels of professional football.

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