QPR legend Clint Hill has signed up for the #Game4Grenfell fixture at Loftus Road on September 2nd.
Hill - who made 185 appearances for the R's between 2010 and 2016, skippering the side to our Play-Off Final victory against Derby County in 2013/14 - is set to return to W12 for the first time since departing in June last year.
The 38 year-old, who is currently a free agent, was delighted to show his support for the game that will act as a community event and give something back to those so tragically affected by the Grenfell Tower fire disaster of June 14th.
Hill's name is added to a roster that already includes a host of big names from the world of football and entertainment, including fellow QPR legends Les Ferdinand, Trevor Sinclair, Clive Wilson, Andy Impey, Marc Bircham and current Stoke City front-man Peter Crouch.
Monies raised from ticket sales, priced £15 adults and £5 concessions, and other fundraising initiatives around the event will be passed directly to the London Community Foundation for allocation to the Evening Standard Dispossessed Fund, distributing funds to survivors and the wider community affected by the fire.
"The idea of hosting a community day to give something back to those affected by the fire is just brilliant - everyone involved deserves huge credit.
"Like everyone else, I was shocked and saddened by the scenes I saw on my TV in the aftermath of the fire and if, with this game, we can give some hope and help the healing process, that will be fantastic."
On returning to Loftus Road, Hill added: "It will be great to see some familiar faces and line up with some other QPR players from yesteryear.
"Loftus Road will always hold a special place in my heart, so I can't wait for September 2nd."
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