Loftus Road Stadium Capacity, Tickets, Seating Plan, Records, Location, Parking

Loftus Road is a football stadium in White City, London, England, and is the home of Queens Park Rangers.

It was the first professional football stadium in Britain to have an Omniturf field put in in 1981. This remained in use until 1988, after which a natural grass pitch was reintroduced.

The London Wasps rugby team shared the ground with QPR between 1996 and 2002, and Premier League football club Fulham shared it from 2002 to 2004, while Craven Cottage was closed for redevelopment.

AFC Wimbledon began the 2020–21 season by sharing the ground while they waited for their new stadium in Merton to be completed. Other users of the stadium have included the Jamaican and Australian national soccer teams. In 1985, Barry McGuigan defeated Eusebio Pedroza for the World Boxing Association featherweight championship at the stadium.

On 7 June 2019, the club awarded naming rights to the stadium to The Kiyan Prince Foundation, a charity set up in honor of former QPR youth player Kiyan Prince, resulting in the stadium being known as Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium. On May 25, 2022, the club announced that the name of the stadium would revert to Loftus Road ahead of the 2022–23 season.

Built In:1904
Home Teams:Queens Park Rangers
Ground Size:112 by 72 yards (102 by 66 m)

Loftus Road Stadium History

The field was first used on October 11, 1904, by Shepherd’s Bush, an amateur team that was disbanded during World War I. QPR moved to Loftus Road in 1917, after their land at Park Royal was seized by the army in 1915. At the time, the ground was an open field with a pavilion. A Park Royal post was dismantled and reassembled in 1919, forming the Ellerslie Road post. This stand was the only covered ground seating until 1968 and was replaced in 1972. It had a capacity of 2,950.

QPR moved from Loftus Road at the start of the 1931–32 season, moving in near White City Stadium, but after a £7,000 loss, the team returned for the start of the 1933–34 season. In 1938, a company called Framed Structures Ltd built a new covered terrace for 6,000 spectators at the Loftus Road end, bringing the ground’s total capacity to 30,000.

It cost £7,000 (with £1,500 donated by QPR Supporters Club) and was opened by the Rt Hon Herbert Morrison, the leading Labor MP and future wartime Home Secretary, in the match against Crystal Palace on 29 October. The section of the terrace that was covered was concreted at this time and the uncovered section was concreted later in 1945.

Stadium Capacity

Loftus Road Stadium has a seating capacity of 18,439.

Loftus Road Stadium Seating Plan

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Loftus Road Stadium Seating Plan

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Azan Haider is Editor and author at Football Arroyo.

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