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Park Rangers
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Full name Queens Park Rangers Football Club
Nickname(s) The Hoops
The R's
Short name QPR
Founded 1882
Ground Loftus Road Stadium
(Capacity: 18,489)
Owner Tony Fernandes (66%)
The Mittal family (33%)
Chairman Tony Fernandes
Manager Flag of ? Vacant
Current League Championship 
2021–22 Championship, 11th
Website Club home page
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Queens Park Rangers Football Club (usually referred to as QPR) is an English professional football club based in White City, London who currently play in the Premier League. Their honours include winning the League Cup in 1967, being runners-up in the old First Division in 1975–76 and reaching the final of the FA Cup in 1982, where they lost 1–0 to Tottenham Hotspur in a replay after they drew 1–1 in the initial final match.

Queens Park Rangers Football Club were founded in 1882 after the merger of Christchurch Rangers and St. Judes Institute, and their traditional colours are blue and white. In the early years after the club's formation in their original home of Queen's Park, games were played at many different grounds until finally the club settled into their current location at Loftus Road. Owing to their proximity to other west London clubs, QPR maintain long-standing rivalries with several other clubs in the area. The most notable of these are Chelsea, Fulham and Brentford, with whom they contest what are known as West London Derbies. Outside London, QPR also traditionally share rivalries with Watford, Luton and Cardiff, although in recent years these fixtures have become less prominent.

Players

First team squad

As of 16 January 2020.
No. Position Player
1 Flag of England GK Joe Lumley
2 Flag of England DF Todd Kane
3 Flag of Scotland DF Lee Wallace
4 Flag of England DF Grant Hall (captain)
5 Flag of United States MF Geoff Cameron
7 Flag of England MF Marc Pugh
8 Flag of England MF Luke Amos (on loan from Tottenham Hotspur)
9 Flag of England FW Jordan Hugill (on loan from West Ham United)
10 Flag of England MF Eberechi Eze
11 Flag of England MF Josh Scowen
12 Flag of England DF Dominic Ball
14 Flag of Republic of Ireland MF Ryan Manning
No. Position Player
17 Flag of Republic of Ireland MF Olamide Shodipo
19 Flag of Morocco FW Ilias Chair
20 Flag of Nigeria MF Bright Osayi-Samuel
22 Flag of Spain DF Àngel Rangel
23 Flag of Republic of Ireland DF Conor Masterson
24 Flag of Sierra Leone DF Osman Kakay
29 Flag of France DF Yoann Barbet
30 Flag of Northern Ireland MF Charlie Owens
32 Flag of Scotland GK Liam Kelly
33 Flag of England GK Dillon Barnes
47 Flag of England MF Jack Clarke (on loan from Tottenham Hotspur)

Out on loan

No. Position Player
18 Flag of England FW Aramide Oteh (on loan to Bradford City until 30 June 2020)
28 Flag of Finland DF Niko Hämäläinen (on loan to Kilmarnock until 30 June 2020)
37 Flag of Germany DF Toni Leistner (on loan to 1. FC Köln until 30 June 2020)
38 Flag of Nigeria FW Odysseus Alfa (on loan to Maidenhead United until 29 February 2020)
78 Flag of England MF Dylan Duncan (on loan to Dunfermline Athletic until 30 June 2020)
No. Position Player
Flag of Switzerland GK Seny Dieng (on loan to Doncaster Rovers until 4 January 2020)
Flag of Albania DF Franklin Domi (on loan to Eastbourne Borough until 30 February 2020)
Flag of United States DF Giles Phillips (on loan to Wycombe Wanderers until 30 June 2020)
Flag of Northern Ireland FW Paul Smyth (on loan to Wycombe Wanderers until 30 June 2020)

Development squads

Under-23s

As of 1 October 2019
No. Position Player
Flag of Poland GK Marcin Brzozowski
Flag of England GK Tyla Dickinson
Flag of England DF Aaron Drewe
40 Flag of England DF Joe Gubbins
Flag of Greece DF Themis Kefalas
Flag of England DF Charlie Rowan
Flag of England DF Ben Wells
Flag of England DF Kayden Williams Lowe
Flag of England DF Kai Woollard Innocent
27 Flag of England MF Amrit Bansal-McNulty
No. Position Player
45 Flag of England MF Faysal Bettache
65 Flag of Republic Ireland MF Nathan Carlyle
39 Flag of England MF Deshane Dalling
48 Flag of Guyana MF Stephen Duke-McKenna
66 Flag of England MF Jake Frailing
62 Flag of England MF Nathaniel Orafu
53 Flag of England MF Shiloh Remy
42 Flag of England FW George Kelly
Flag of England FW Lewis Walker

Club alumni

Former players

Main List of Queens Park Rangers F.C. players

Managers

Main List of Queens Park Rangers F.C. managers

Honours

Domestic

Leagues

Cups

External links

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History: Seasons

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Queens Park Rangers F.C. squad - 2022–23

1 Smithies · 3 Bidwell · 4 Hall · 5 Onuoha · (c) 6 Lynch · 7 Borysiuk · 8 Cousins · 9 Washington · 10 Chery · 11 Gladwin · 12 Mackie · 13 Ingram · 15 Wszołek · 17 Polter · 18 Robinson · 19 El Khayati · 20 Henry · 21 Luongo · 22 Caulker · 23 N'Gbakoto · 24 Perch · 25 Petrasso · 26 Lumley · 27 Shodipo · 33 Prohouly · 34 Kakay · 37 Paul · 40 Sylla ·

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Queens Park Rangers F.C. seasons

2015-16 · 2016-17 · 2017-18 · 2018-19 · 2019-20 · 2020-21 · 2021-22 · 2022-23 ·

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Queens Park Rangers F.C. squad seasons

1981-82 · 1984-85 · 1985-86 · 1990-91 · 1991-92 · 2010-11 · 2011-12 · 2012-13 · 2013-14 · 2014-15 · 2015-16 · 2016-17 · 2017-18 · 2018-19 · 2019-20 ·

Queens Park Rangers Football Club - Managers

Cowan (1913–20) • Howie (1913–20) • Liddell (1920–25) • Hewison (1925–31) • Mitchell (1931–33) • O'Brien (1933–35) • Birrell (1935–39) • Vizard (1939–44) • Mangnall (1944–52) • Taylor (1952–59) • Stock (1959–68) • Dodgin (1968) • Docherty (1968) • Allen (1968–71) • Jago (1971–74) • Anderson (1974c) • Sexton (1974–77) • Sibley (1977–78) • Stock (1978c) • Burtenshaw (1978–79) • Docherty (1979–80) • Venables (1980–84) • Jago (1984c) • Mullery (1984) • Sibley (1984–85c) • Smith (1985–88) • T. Francis (1988–89) • Howe (1989–91) • G. Francis (1991–1994) • Wilkins (1994–96) • Houston (1996–97) • Hollins (1997c) • R. Harford (1997–98) • Dowie (1998c) • G. Francis (1998–2001) • Holloway (2001–06) • Waddock (2006c) • Gregory (2006–07) • M. Harford (2007c) • De Canio (2007–08) • Dowie (2008) • Ainsworth (2008c) • Sousa (2008–09) • Ainsworth (2009c) • Magilton (2009) • Gallen & Bircham (2009c) • Hart (2009–10) • M. Harford (2010c) • Warnock (2010–12) • Hughes (2012) • Bowen & Niedzwiecki (2012c) • Redknapp (2012–15) • Ferdinand & Ramsey (2015c) • Ramsey & Bond (2015c) • Ramsey (2015) • Warnockc (2015) • Hasselbaink (2015–16) • Holloway (2016–18) • McClaren (2018–19) • Eustacec (2019) • Warburton (2019–2022) • TBA (–)

Football League Cup winners

1961: Aston Villa • 1962: Norwich City • 1963: Birmingham City • 1964: Leicester City • 1965: Chelsea • 1966: West Bromwich Albion • 1967: Queens Park Rangers • 1968: Leeds United • 1969: Swindon Town • 1970: Manchester City • 1971: Manchester City • 1972: Stoke City • 1973: Tottenham Hotspur • 1974: Wolverhampton Wanderers • 1975: Aston Villa • 1976: Manchester City • 1977: Aston Villa • 1978: Nottingham Forest • 1979: Nottingham Forest • 1980: Wolverhampton Wanderers • 1981: Liverpool • 1982: Liverpool • 1983: Liverpool • 1984: Liverpool • 1985: Norwich City • 1986: Oxford United • 1987: Arsenal • 1988: Luton Town • 1989: Nottingham Forest • 1990: Nottingham Forest • 1991: Sheffield Wednesday • 1992: Manchester United • 1993: Arsenal • 1994: Aston Villa • 1995: Liverpool • 1996: Aston Villa • 1997: Leicester City • 1998: Chelsea • 1999: Tottenham Hotspur • 2000: Leicester City • 2001: Liverpool • 2002: Blackburn Rovers • 2003: Liverpool • 2004: Middlesbrough • 2005: Chelsea • 2006: Manchester United • 2007: Chelsea • 2008: Tottenham Hotspur • 2009: Manchester United • 2010: Manchester United • 2011: Birmingham City • 2012: Liverpool • 2013: Swansea City • 2014: Manchester City • 2015: Chelsea • 2016: Manchester City • 2017: Manchester United • 2018: Manchester City • 2019: Manchester City • 2020: Manchester City • 2021: Manchester City • 2022: TBD

EFL Championship 2022-23

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