Why should my son/daughter become a Junior Hoop?
By becoming a Junior Hoop, young fans will have the opportunity to meet QPR’s first-team players over the course of the season, as well as make new friends with fellow Junior Hoops.
What’s more, they will also be invited to a host of exclusive Junior Hoops events and will be automatically entered into a monthly draw to become a matchday mascot at Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium!
What other benefits do Junior Hoops receive?
A Junior Hoop membership costs just £23.50 per season and, as well as the above, members will also receive…
- Membership card
- Access to members' presales, in which you can purchase six tickets per home Sky Bet Championship match (subject to availability)
- £1 discount on a junior home match ticket, available until three hours prior to kick-off
- Automatic entry into competitions to win a monthly prize
- Free non-matchday stadium tour when accompanied by a paying adult, subject to availability
- Monthly draw entry to become a QPR mascot at home matches
- Birthday cards from the club
- 30 Loyalty Points
- 5% off merchandise excluding kit in-store at the QPR Superstore
- Exclusive ad-hoc offers from the QPR Superstore
- Exclusive gift pack
- Earn cashback in the form of ‘QPR Cash’ on tickets & merchandise including 5% of the cost of your membership
- Opportunity to attend exclusive Junior Hoops events
- Eligible for ‘money can’t buy’ experience draws
For more information on all 2019/20 memberships, please CLICK HERE.
Do we have to be based in the UK to join the Junior Hoops?
No, supporters abroad – as well as those based in the UK – can join the Junior Hoops.
- UK Junior Hoop membership: £23.50 (including P&P)
- International Junior Hoop membership: £18.50 (including P &P)
How can I sign my youngster up to the Junior Hoops?
To sign your youngster up to the Junior Hoops, please CLICK HERE.
My son/daughter is a Junior Hoop and we will be coming to our first match soon. Where should we sit for the game?
We encourage all families coming to their first games to considering watching the match from Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium’s dedicated Family Stand.
The Family Stand is located in the lower tier of Loftus Road end of the stadium.
A number of lucky first-time fans will also be selected for our dugout experience, giving our junior supporters the opportunity to sit in the manger's seat and watch the teams warm up ahead of a game.
To read our First-Time Visitors’ Guide to Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium, please CLICK HERE.
What is there for Junior Hoops to do on matchdays?
Every weekend matchday at Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium (for 3pm kick-offs), QPR in the Community Trust run its popular Family Fan Zone.
The Fan Zone – which is located at PlayFootball on South Africa Road – runs from midday until 2.30pm and is the ideal places for youngsters to warm up for games in W12.
Youngsters can meet the club’s popular mascot Jude The Cat, practice their football skills and the zone is also supported by many food vendors and an official QPR club shop stall where you will be able to purchase all club goodies.
For 2019/20, the Family Fan Zone will also be open after the game. Look out for information about first-team players visiting the Fan Zone on our social channels and website.
Elsewhere, The Matchday Activity Room located in the Loftus Road lower tier (Family Stand) is open from 1.45pm until 2.45pm and provides young fans with the opportunity to participate in a number of activities and games before kick-off.
How can I keep up to date with club mascot Jude the Cat?
You can keep up to date with Jude’s whereabouts by following him on Twitter @QPRJudeTheCat. If you see him out and about make sure you tweet him your pictures and videos!