News from the Championship as the new limited edition QPR 140th anniversary kit made by Errea has been officially unveiled.
Queens Park Rangers will wear the limited edition kit when they face West Bromwich Albion on Saturday 15th January with the design inspired by the first ever shirt worn by the club back in 1882 when they were known as Christchurch Rangers. Four years later they joined forces with St Jude’s Institute and formed Queens Park Rangers.
The limited edition 2021-22 Queens Park Rangers 140th anniversary shirt has a half and half design of light blue and dark blue whilst the mandarin collar with its small buttons replicate that of the original jersey worn by the club.
The outline of an old street map is watermarked into the shirt showing the Queen’s Park area where the clubs roots began whilst the location of St Jude’s Church is located close to the QPR crest which features a scroll underneath marking the clubs 140 year anniversary.
The crest was designed by lifelong QPR supporters Daniel Norris and Daniel Bowyer.
The matchworn 140th anniversary QPR shirts will be signed and auctioned off to raise money for Prostate Cancer UK.
The special edition QPR shirts will be available from Monday and will retail at a reasonable £59.95.