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QPR FC Women partner with UNITED in Hammersmith and Fulham

QPR FC Women are delighted to announce their new shirt sponsor UNITED in Hammersmith and Fulham.

The new partnership will see the UNITED in Hammersmith and Fulham brand displayed on the front property of QPR FC Women’s home strip and training kit this season.

UNITED in Hammersmith and Fulham is a local charity that believe that everybody has something to offer. They get behind community activities and help give a better chance to local people.

Their job is to galvanise people into devoting the time, money, effort and brainpower needed to create strong communities for all and QPR FC Women are proud to help the west London community become UNITED.

Steve Quashie, QPR FC Women’s first-team manager, said: “They do a lot of fantastic work in the community and really do inspire people and change lives.

“As a club, we are hoping to have an exciting long-term relationship with them and at the same time help them fundraise and create a real sense of community spirit and togetherness moving forward.

“The players and the staff are really behind the partnership and are looking forward to doing some work off the field with them.”

As a club, QPR are proud to promote equality and the women’s side now donning the official 2020/21 kit is just another step in the battle for equality in sport.

Quashie added: “Having the current 2020/21 first-team strip will make a huge difference to the players and really adds that level of professionalism to the women’s side.

“It means we go out and represent this great football club in the same way as our male counterparts and that is a great feeling.

“We have been able to get this partnership through our relationship with QPR in the Community Trust and support from our Women's board. This once again shows the fantastic support that they give us – it is creating a special feeling within our club.”

QPR FC Women will be wearing their new strip on December 20th when the R’s face Ashford Town at Heston.

This clash will be played behind-closed-doors, but you can follow all the action right here on www.qpr.co.uk

They do a lot of great work in the community and really do inspire people and change lives.

Steve Quashie