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Loftus Road Stadium, London

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  • June 7, 2017
    Old school stadium with good atmosphere and feel to it. Close to the pitch which makes you feel very much involved. The standard of football was poor but QPR are poorly run at the moment with a clown ...  more »
  • May 14, 2017
    Here a tour done. Guide was very good and could give many nice details. In the skybox of the owners, players lounge, locker room, field + dug-out and press area. As a football fan it is always nice to different stadiums to see.
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  • April 18, 2017
    One of Londons smaller grounds. There needs to be a serious look at the concourses at the back of the away stand. Crowded to the point that children were frightened and the pushing and jostling was un...  more »
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  • The ground has a good atmosphere and a decent away day however the beer is shocking. It's carlsberg or sommersby cider only and you'll pay through the roof.
  • Because the greatest team on earth plays here..Wonderful fans..friendly staff...breathtaking football.. Heaven on Earth actually!
  • Classic inner-london ground with the history and charisma of an old stadium. This means however that facilities are dated and the fan experience needs to be brought into modern standards.
  • Great little stadium fans are so close to the action and on an evening under the lights it has a superb atmosphere and really gets the heart pumping . Family orientated club, Reasonable priced, watch out for kids for a quid and match day special offers
  • Loftus Road Stadium is one of the oldest and most intimate football grounds I've visited which on balance is good for Queens Park Rangers supporters. The stadium first and foremost is easily accessible by virtue of different train links. Also, seats more often not are close to the pitch which means you'll typically feel like you're on top of the action even if the view of the game from your seat is obstructed to some degree. That's often the case for the uninitiated by the way. There are downsides: forget about buying a beer or just about anything else at the break unless you leave your seat before the half is over. The food and drink service run by the Loftus Road Stadium operator is incredibly inefficient and archaic. As such, most miss out at the half including the club in the form of additional revenue. It's still a good place to watch football given the atmosphere, passionate fans and what's usually a competitive club. You R's!

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