Club NameQPR Girls FC


Club Founded2001


Club NicknameSuperhoops


SCWGL TeamsQPR Girls FC U12’s
QPR Girls FC U14’s
QPR Girls FC U16’s


Parent County FAMiddlesex FA


FA Charter Standard TypeCharter Standard Community Club


Club Colours (Home Kit)
ShirtBlue & White Hoops
ShortsRoyal Blue
SocksRoyal Blue


Club Colours (Away Kit)
ShirtRed & Navy Blue Hoops
ShortsNavy Blue
SocksNavy Blue


Club HistoryQPR Girls FC was founded from a merger of Wembley Mill Hill F.C. and QPR Ladies F.C. in May  2001  From 2001-2004; the club was run by a committee which comprised of the girls parents. Some  of the committee members managed and coached the underage teams that ranged from U11-U16. The teams played competitive football in the Hertfordshire Girls League, winning honours  along the way.  In 2005, the CEO of Queen Park Rangers FC decided that the Girls programme would fall under  the responsibility of  QPR In the Community. This brought much needed professionalism to the  Girls club, as the coaches and managers were all suitably qualified and employees of the QPR In  the Community programme. The changes resulted with the teams training at the men’s professional training ground, and the  Girls being issued with training kits and being able watch professional games at Loftus Road  Stadium.  In 2007, the Girls club increased the upper age banding to U18, in order to bridge the gap from  youth to senior women’s football.  Due to the development of the female game, our age banding has now increased to U23


Club PhilosophyAll players associated with the Girls youth development programme are engaged to learn and develop The Girls programme for learning and developing is naturally centred on football; we offer many other aspects which are important for the holistic development of young people within their communities.  In addition to supporting young females improve their football ability, we will also educate them on aspects of physical development, sports nutrition and general health matters.  We are committed to ensuring that all young female players that are associated with our programme illustrate excellent behaviour and high standards. These values will help to enhance their lives during their time away from football.  We encourage all players to be creative, positive and skilful. The staff ensure that all girls acquire the value of tolerance, self-esteem, respect for others, loyalty, self-discipline & commitment to the cause. The staff within the girls youth development programme encourage all young female players to be positive, enthusiastic, dedicated and hard working.  The learning environment is welcoming and structured; this creates opportunities for young female players to reach their optimum potential.  The club hopes that players will be able to reflect on their time at QPR Girls FC as being positive, beneficial and enjoyable


Club ChairmanSteve Quashie
Telephone020 8740 2500
Emailsteveq@qprgirlsfc.co.uk


Club SecretaryRobert Rush
Telephone020 8740 2500
Emailrobrush@qprgirlsfc.co.uk


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Home Ground Details (1)
NameLondon Marathon Sports Ground
AddressBirkbeck Avenue, Greenford, London, UB6 8LS
MapClick here
Grass PitchesYes
3G FA Approved PitchesNo
Toilets Facilities AvailableYes
Changing Facilities AvailableYes
Parking AvailableYes
Parking RestrictionsPlease do not park on the grass areas
Refreshments AvailableYes
Food AvailableYes, hot & hold snacks
Dogs AllowedNo


Home Ground Details (2)
NameQPR FC Training Ground
AddressSipson Lane, Harlington, Hayes, London, UB3 5AQ
MapClick here
Grass PitchesYes
3G FA Approved PitchesNo
Toilets Facilities AvailableYes
Changing Facilities AvailableYes
Parking AvailableYes
Parking RestrictionsNo
Refreshments AvailableOnly before 12pm
Food AvailableNo
Dogs AllowedNo