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Investment flooding in as QPR Bond priority period opens

THIS morning, the QPR Bond priority investment period opened and supporters who had pre-registered began making investments to part-fund the new Heston training ground.

The QPR Bond has been designed to enable supporters to play their part in creating the exciting next chapter for the club, by investing alongside the shareholders in the new training ground project. 

The key terms of the QPR Bond are as follows:

  • 8% interest per annum (5% cash, 3% in club credit redeemable on tickets & merchandise)
  • 25% cash bonus if QPR promoted to the Premier League by 2025/26
  • Eligible for tax-free returns through an Innovative Finance ISA
  • Minimum investment £500

QPR Chairman Amit Bhatia said: It is really exciting. It’s the first time we have done something like this, and it’s fantastic to see so many of our supporters wanting to be part of building a sustainable future for QPR.”

While the priority period of investment is underway, those interested to invest can register to receive an alert when the investment opens to the public, should there be any allocation still available at the end of the priority period.


As well as annual interest payments and the possibility of major bonus if QPR is promoted, a unique set of exclusive Bondholder Privileges are being offered at different investment tiers.

Register now at www.tifosy.com/qpr to receive an alert when the investment opens on Thursday 14th October.


Please note that investment in a security of this nature, being an illiquid investment, involves a substantial degree of risk and returns are not guaranteed. An explanation of the risks and the full terms and conditions is available at www.tifosy.com/qprApproved as a financial promotion by Tifosy Limited which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (no. 717605).