THE GOVERNMENT recently announced that from Thursday 27th January 2022, Covid passes will no longer be compulsory to gain entry to venues and events.
In light of this, QPR can confirm no such passes or proof of vaccinations will be required to enter Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium from this weekend’s home match with Reading.
While face masks are also no longer compulsory in any public spaces, the club strongly encourages supporters to wear them, particularly when moving around in crowded or internal areas.
The club also recommends supporters undertake a lateral flow test 48 hours before attending a fixture.
If you test positive, your self-isolation period includes the day your symptoms started (or the day you had the test, if you do not have symptoms) and the next 10 full days.
If you get symptoms while you're self-isolating, the 10 days restarts from the day after your symptoms started
You can do a rapid lateral flow test from day five of your self-isolation period (but not before) and another test the next day. You can stop self-isolating if:
- Both tests are negative
- You do not have a high temperature
Here’s a reminder of all you need to know to make the most of your next visit to QPR.
It is important that all supporters attending the match aim to arrive with plenty of time to spare and have their tickets ready as they approach the turnstiles.
COVID-19: A message to fans
As part of measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19, we strongly encourage the wearing of face coverings at Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium – especially when moving around in crowded or internal areas of the ground.
Anyone with Covid symptoms (including a high temperature, new continuous cough, loss or change to sense of smell or taste) must get a PCR test and self-isolate until they receive their test result.
We recommend that all fans undertake a lateral flow test at least 48 hours before attending a fixture to ensure they are not positive.
Season ticket holders should ensure they have added their season ticket to their Apple/Android wallet ahead of the game.
Match ticket holders should add their ticket to their Apple/Android wallet or display the QR code within the PDF attached on the ticket email which can be scanned on a mobile device or printed off.
If you are yet to receive an email with your digital season ticket or match ticket, please check your junk/spam folder.
Supporters can now also access the stadium through the QPR App. Fans are able to scan their ticket which is located within the ticket wallet. For more information, click HERE.
Automated turnstiles are now in operation at Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium, supporters should ensure they have their tickets ready to scan as they approach the entrance. As a result, it is important supporters arrive early to ensure timely entry into the stadium.
HOOPS - the official matchday programme of QPR - will be available as we look ahead to our league fixture with Reading.
We've interviews with Lyndon Dykes and Gary Micklewhite - plus much more!
Priced £3.50, make sure you get your hands on our popular publication - packed with fresh features and old favourites alike - from one of the programme sellers positioned around the ground.
Alternatively, click HERE to visit Ignition Sports Media's online shop, where you can pick up future, back issues and seasonal subscriptions.
Enjoy the read!
The Academia Fan Zone will be open from midday until 2.30pm this Saturday. Make your way down to Power League along South Africa Road to take part in a variety of pre-match activities and football challenges.
The Matchday Activity Room will also be open in the Family Stand from 1.30pm until 2.40pm. There will be a number of activities available including FIFA 22 on Xbox, table football, junior workbooks, and the chance for you to make your pre-match predictions!
The Upper and Lower Loft catering facilities are moving towards a cashless operation as the club seeks to improve waiting times and efficiency in these areas.
Please note, Kiosks 12, 13 and 14 are now completely cashless.
Kiosk 15, the Blue & White Bar and the Burger Van in the Lower Loft will continue to accept cash at this time, but we encourage all supporters to use electronic payment if they are able to do so.
Once again, QPR will be supporting our local foodbank in Hammersmith & Fulham and asking supporters to donate what they can at each home game.
For the rest of the season, there will be volunteers and Community Trust staff outside Alton House (next to the Box Office on South Africa Road) in the lead-up to games to collect both food and cash donations.
- Long life/UHT juice & milk
- Tinned meat - corned beef, chicken, mince, tinned meat pies (no pork please!)
- Tinned vegetables (sweetcorn, carrots, peas etc)
- Tinned fish (preferably tuna please!)
- Tinned fruit
- Sponge puddings - long life
- Coffee - small jars