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QPR welcome fans back to their stadium to watch Cardiff game on TV


QPR are the latest club to welcome supporters back to their stadium, but only so they can watch the game on TV.

Supporters are currently unable to watch matches at football grounds due to Government guidelines around social-distancing and the Covid-19 pandemic.

Fans have been lobbying to get back into grounds, and Standard Sport has started its own campaign – ‘Bring back the fans‘ – to support the cause too.


Clubs have been showing how they can welcome fans back safely by inviting them to come to grounds and watch the game on screens inside.

The likes of Arsenal, Tottenham and Millwall have already done so and now QPR have followed suit for their home match against Cardiff City on Saturday at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium.

The exclusive CClub will be the setting for fans, who have a three-course meal and two beers or soft drinks included in their admission price of £64.95 per person plus VAT.

The game against Cardiff will be shown live on large TV screens in CClub and there will be a guest speaker on the day too.

QPR have implemented a full Covid-19 risk assessment to make sure the day can run safely and smoothly.

All tables, which will seat a maximum of six people, will be socially distanced and bubbles will be on their own private tables.

Table service will be in operation and there will be no mixing of groups. All guests must wear a face mask when not at their table.


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