Queens Park Rangers: Club Profile
Truth be told, we’ve not yet actually played Queens Park Rangers in a ‘proper’ game; just a pre-season friendly at this point.
Queens Park Rangers: Record vs Boro'
* league points only
Queens Park Rangers: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)No competitive meetings
Players For Us... and Them
Queens Park Rangers Ground Information
Away Fans’ Stand
Facilities for Disabled Fans
Queens Park Rangers Travel Information – Distance: 31 miles
It might surprise you how simple the drive is. But we’re still inclined to opt against the car. For those who prefer the comforts of their motor, however, this is how you can do it…
This is a direct route – and likely to drive you mad (no pun intended). Head south on the A1(M) and the A1 to Apex Corner. Here, take the second exit for the A5109; continuing over two roundabouts by a Harvester just half a mile on. As you come into Edgware, cross the A5 onto Camrose Avenue. Turn left onto Turner Road in 0.3 miles, and go across the next roundabout to reach Queensbury Tube station.
Here, you’ll go right; taking the second exit onto Cumberland Road. After going across the roundabout at the entrance to Morrisons, turn left onto Honeypot Lane (A4140). Stay on the A4140 for a bit of time now; going across two roundabouts in the process. It’ll soon be a right, then left as you skirt along the top of Wembley; joining the A4088 to head into Neasden. Stay on the A4088, which includes a large roundabout at which you will want to take the fourth exit.
After just under a mile, turn right onto the A407 and then left at the roundabout (Pound Lane). This becomes Harlesden Lane and soon brings you to a roundabout; here, you want the second exit for Robson Avenue.
At the second roundabout you come to, take a left for Wrottesley Road. Stay on this until you have crossed the rail tracks below. Turn right onto the A404 Harrow Road for a short while, before turning left onto the A219 Scrubs Lane. This will take you down to White City under the Westway. Just before White City Tube station, turn right for South Africa Road.
You could well get lucky and find some available street parking in an area that isn’t exactly renowned for car parking. South Africa Road closes around an hour before the game. We don’t know if Westfield is an option either. But we’ll check it out if we ever have to.
Station: WHITE CITY
Services to: HOLBORN for LONDON KINGS CROSS
The underground is the most effective means of getting to Queens Park Rangers by train; the Central-Piccadilly combo serving you best. After exiting White City tube, simply cross the road straight ahead of you, turn right and then left into South Africa Road.
More adventurous souls might investigate the option of Shepherd’s Bush national rail and London Overground station. This is on the other side of the Westfield Shopping Centre – but also on the Central Line.