Tag: Queens Park Rangers

MATRADE-QPR novel sports-trade promotion

Queens Park Rangers stadium naming rights

The Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (MATRADE) is now a naming rights partner for the English Football League (EFL) Championship team Queens Park Rangers (QPR) Football Club’s iconic Loftus Road Stadium in London, UK. ‘THEEDGE MALAYSIA’ stated that MATRADE said the three-year... » Read more

Queens Park Rangers voguish training facility

Queens Park Rangers officially opens new training ground

The EFL Championship team Queens Park Rangers F.C. (QPR) officially opened its new training ground at Heston, Hounslow, UK, recently and it proved to be a successful afternoon as the club’s owners, bondholders, former players, and staff enjoyed a tour of the fantastic new facility. ‘QUEENS PARK... » Read more

QPR home to revert to Loftus Road name

Queens Park Rangers stadium naming rights

The Championship club Queens Park Rangers F.C. (UK) home ground name – the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium – will revert to Loftus Road for the 2022-2023 seasons. The above decision has been taken after a sponsorship deal with The Kiyan Prince Foundation came to an end. The ‘BBC... » Read more

QPR looks to build 30,000-capacity stadium

Queens Park Rangers (QPR) FC - May 2019 update

London-based Queens Park Rangers (QPR) FC is exploring the possibility of building a 30,000-capacity stadium on the site of the Linford Christie Athletics Stadium after being thwarted in its attempt to develop at Old Oak Common. According to media reports, the Championship football club wants to... » Read more

QPR fails to convince city council

Queens Park Rangers (QPR)

The Hammersmith & Fulham City Council is reportedly not convinced by the heavy campaign for a new stadium by the Queens Park Rangers (QPR). Despite the recent drive by the White City, London based football club to promote their stadium plan, the message from the council seem to be “No land... » Read more

‘Financially unsustainable’ QPR needs a new home

Queens Park Rangers

Queens Park Rangers (QPR) is “not financially sustainable” at their current Loftus Road home and therefore needs to move to a new stadium to increase revenues, the White City, London-based club’s chief executive has said, according to several media reports. “One of my remits when I came... » Read more