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About the Club

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In Brief

Founded: 1882
Turned Professional: 1898

Current Division: EFL Championship
Home Stadium: The Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium (Loftus Road)
Address: South Africa Road, Shepherds Bush, London W12 7PJ

Nicknames: The Hoops, The R's, Super Hoops
Main Sponsors 2020/21: Football Index
Club Mascot: Spark the Tiger


Derby Matches

Brentford, Chelsea, Fulham

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Away

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History and Honours

Stadium History

The Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium (Loftus Road) (1963-Present) / View Stadium
White City Stadium (1962-1963)
Loftus Road (1933-1962)
White City Stadium (1931-1933)
Loftus Road (1917-1931)
Park Royal Ground (1907-1917)
Royal Agricultural Society Showgrounds (1904-1907)
Kensal Rise Athletic Ground (1902-1904)
Latimer Road (1901-1902)
Kensal Rise Athletic Ground (1899-1901)
Barn Elms (1891-1891)
Kilburn Cricket Ground (1888-1889)
Wormwood Scrubs (1888-1889)
Gun Club (1888-1889)
Kensal Green (1888-1889)
Home Farm (1888-1889)
London Scottish Ground (1888-1899)
Welford Fields (1886-1888)


Club Honours

Division 2 Champions: 1982/83
Championship Winners: 2010/11
Championship Play-Off Winners: 2013/14
Division 3 Champions: 1966/67
Division 3 South Champions: 1947/48
Football League Cup Winners: 1966/67
Southern League Champions: 1907/08, 1911/12
Western League Champions: 1905/06
London Challenge Cup Winners: 1932/33, 1938/39, 1955/56, 1965/66
FA Premier League Founder Members: 1992/93

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Club Staff

Management & Coaching Staff

Manager: Mark Warburton (Age 59 years) / Appointed 8th May 2019 (2 years, 4 months, 16 days ago) /  Soccerbase  
Assistant Manager: John Eustace
Assistant Coach: Matt Gardiner
Goalkeeping Coach: Gavin Ward
Director of Football: Les Ferdinand

Former Managers

Steve McClaren (May 2018-Apr 2019) /  Soccerbase  
Ian Holloway (Nov 2016-May 2018) /  Soccerbase  
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink (Dec 2015-Nov 2016) /  Soccerbase  
Chris Ramsey (Feb 2015-Nov 2015) /  Soccerbase  
Harry Redknapp (Nov 2012-Feb 2015) /  Soccerbase  
Mark Hughes (Jan 2012-Nov 2012) /  Soccerbase  
Neil Warnock (Mar 2010-Jan 2012) /  Soccerbase  
Paul Hart (Dec 2009-Jan 2010) /  Soccerbase  
Jim Magilton (Jun 2009-Dec 2009) /  Soccerbase  
Paulo Sousa (Nov 2008-Apr 2009) /  Soccerbase  
Iain Dowie (May 2008-Oct 2008) /  Soccerbase  
Luigi De Canio (Oct 2007-May 2008) /  Soccerbase  
John Gregory (Sep 2006-Oct 2007) /  Soccerbase  
Gary Waddock (Feb 2006-Sep 2006) /  Soccerbase  
Ian Holloway (Feb 2001-Feb 2006) /  Soccerbase  
Gerry Francis (Oct 1998-Feb 2001) /  Soccerbase  
Ray Harford (Dec 1997-Sep 1998) /  Soccerbase  
Stewart Houston (Sep 1996-Nov 1997) /  Soccerbase  
Ray Wilkins (Nov 1994-Sep 1996) /  Soccerbase  
Don Howe (Nov 1989-May 1991) /  Soccerbase  
Trevor Francis (Dec 1988-Nov 1989) /  Soccerbase  
Jim Smith (Jun 1985-Dec 1988) /  Soccerbase  
Frank Sibley (Dec 1984-Jun 1985) /  Soccerbase  
Alan Mullery (Jun 1984-Dec 1984) /  Soccerbase  
Terry Venables (Oct 1980-May 1984) /  Soccerbase  
Tommy Docherty (May 1979-Oct 1980) /  Soccerbase  
Steve Burtenshaw (Aug 1978-May 1979) /  Soccerbase  
Frank Sibley (Jul 1977-Jul 1978) /  Soccerbase  
Dave Sexton (Oct 1974-Jul 1977) /  Soccerbase  
Gordon Jago (Jan 1971-Sep 1974) /  Soccerbase  
Les Allen (Dec 1968-Jan 1971) /  Soccerbase  
Alec Stock (Aug 1959-Aug 1968) /  Soccerbase  
Jack Taylor
Dave Mangnall
Ted Vizard
Billy Birrell
Mick O'Brien
Archie Mitchell
John Bowman
Bob Hewison
Will Wood
Ned Liddell
James Howie
James Cowan

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Club Media

Local Radio Stations

/ BBC Radio London: (94.9 FM / 12A (223.936MHz) DAB)

Club Trivia

Famous Supporters

Bill Bailey: (Comedian, musician and author)  / Website: billbailey.co.uk  / Twitter: @billbailey
Pete Doherty: (The Libertines and Babyshambles singer-songwriter)  / Website: albionrooms.com  / Twitter: @petedoherty
Ashley Giles: (Former Warwickshire and England cricketer)  / Twitter: @gilo
Tony Incenzo: (Sports radio reporter)  / Twitter: @TonyIncenzo
Robert Smith: (The Cure singer-songwriter)  / Website: thecure.com  / Twitter: @thecure

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