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Queens Park Rangers, also known as QPR, are a professional football club based in London, England. The team is currently part of the Championship. Established in 1882, QPR are one of the oldest professional football teams in London. Over the years, the club has spent time in different levels of the English football league whilst enjoying several honours at the same time.

Loftus Road Stadium is the home of QPR and it has been occupied by the club in three spells. The first period of QPR’s time at Loftus Road was from 1917 to 1931. The team returned to this ground for another spell in 1933 to 1962. After a brief absence, QPR have been a steady presence at this ground since 1963. The capacity of just under 18,500 makes Loftus Road as one of the smaller grounds in London.

The location of QPR makes them long-standing rivals with clubs like Chelsea, Brentford, and Fulham. Games with these three clubs are referred to as the West London derby. The iconic players at the club include Ray Jones and Stan Bowles. Their achievements with QPR have been immense that the club decided to retire the jerseys of both players. The all-time top players for the club include the likes of Les Ferdinand, Trevor Sinclair, Alan MacDonald, Paul Parker, and Rodney Marsh.

QPR have achieved reasonable success during their long existence. The first division title has eluded the club with the team only finishing as a runner-up on one occasion. However, the team has picked up the Championship and League One title on two occasions each. QPR have picked up the League Cup in the 1966-67 campaign, but the club have never been able to win the FA Cup. The closest QPR came to winning the FA Cup was in 1982 when they reached the finals.

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