IN 2019/20, QPR’s Junior Hoop members will have the opportunity to star across the club’s social media channels!
On matchdays – both home and away – the club are looking for a number of Junior Hoops to document their days by vlogging before, during and after games.
A ‘vlog’, or video log, is a blog that takes the form of video. Popular on websites like YouTube, vlogging is an ever-growing phenomenon. Over 400 hours of video content was uploaded to YouTube every minute in 2018, which equates to 65 years of content every single day.
We want our Junior Hoops to put QPR on the vlogging map by offering their pre-game predictions and thoughts, talking to friends and family members, vlogging during the game and providing their post-match assessments.
After each game, all footage sent in by Junior Hoops will be collated into one central ‘Junior Hoops Matchday Vlog’, which will then be made available for all QPR fans to watch on the club’s other social media channels.
What’s more, the Junior Hoops who vlog most regularly could get the chance to visit the club’s training ground and interview a member of the R’s squad or manager Mark Warburton.
Know a Junior Hoop who would love to vlog for QPR on a matchday? Get in touch by emailing [email protected] and providing the following information on your Junior Hoop…
- Junior Hoop name
- Junior Hoop age
- Junior Hoops Client Reference Number
- Your relationship to the Junior Hoop
QPR would like to remind its supporters that it takes the safeguarding and welfare of children extremely seriously. We would ask all of our fans, both young and old, to remain safe online and to follow these rules:
- Only accept online friend requests from people you know
- If any comments made on your social media posts cause you distress, please inform someone that you trust immediately
You can also contact the club's Safeguarding Manager Janet Barr via email [email protected].