Queens Park Rangers were formed in 1882 and in the early days were known as St Judes. In 1886 they obtained the name Queens Park Rangers because most of the players came from the district of Queens Park in London. They now play in the Barclays Premier League for the first time in 15 years.
• Division 1 (Level 1) Runners-up 1975/76
• Championship (Level 2) Champions 2010/11
• Division Two (Level 2) Champions 1982/83, Runners-up 1967/68, 1972/73
• Division 2 (Level 3) Runners-up 2003/04, Play-Off Finalists 2002/03
• Division 3 (Level 3) Champions1966/67
• FA Cup Finalists 1981/82
• League Cup Winners 1966/67, Finalists 1985/86
• FA Charity Shield Runners-up 1908/09, 1911/12
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QPR played their home games in nearly 20 different stadia (a league record), before permanently settling at Loftus Road in 1917.
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