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What's on QPR+ in June 2020?

FANS can watch ALL of QPR’s Sky Bet Championship matches in June live on QPR+ anywhere in the world.

The season is due to restart behind closed doors on June 20th and the R’s will face three league games before the end of this month.

Up first, Mark Warburton’s men will host Barnsley at Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium on Saturday 20th June before traveling to Charlton Athletic one week later (both 3pm kick-offs). They will conclude the month by hosting Fulham on Tuesday 30th June (6.30pm kick-off).

Match passes for all three games are now on sale.

If you are a UK-based supporter, please CLICK HERE to purchase your match passes.

If you are an Overseas R, please CLICK HERE to purchase your match passes.

2019/20 season ticket holders can request free access to QPR+ by completing a survey HERE. Please note, to receive your access in time for the Barnsley match on Saturday 20th June, you must respond by 5pm on Sunday 14th June.

Below is a summary of what is available on QPR+ during the month of June.

Date Match Service Availability
20/06/20 Barnsley (H) Live Stream
Live Comms
Worldwide 
Worldwide
27/06/20  Charlton Athletic (A) Live Stream
Live Comms
Worldwide 
Worldwide
30/06/20  Fulham (H) Live Stream
Live Comms
Worldwide 
Worldwide

Matches on QPR+ can be viewed via www.qpr.co.uk or the official QPR App

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and with matches now being played behind closed doors, UEFA have lifted its Article 48 ruling. Also known as the ‘blackout ruling’, Article 48 stipulates that Saturday-3pm matches in England cannot be broadcast live on British television channels.

This has been temporarily lifted, meaning that clubs (whilst competing behind closed doors) can now stream their matches worldwide unless they are selected for live television coverage by a main Sky Sports channel.

Match pass prices are dictated by the EFL.