List of Queens Park Rangers F.C. records and statistics

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This article lists records and statistics relating to the English football club Queens Park Rangers.

Team records[edit]

Player Records[edit]

Record appearances: Tony Ingham (548, 1950–1963)[2]

Record goalscorer: George Goddard (172, 1926–1934)[1]

Most international caps whilst at QPR: Alan McDonald (52 for Northern Ireland)[3]

Other Club Records[edit]

Most played Football League clubs[edit]

This table lists the teams that QPR has met on most occasions in the Football League / Premier League, and is correct as at 12 February 2008.[4]

Rank Team Games
1 Norwich City 105
2 Watford 100
3 Coventry City 97
4 Swindon Town 92
5 Luton Town 86


Transfers[edit]

Highest transfer fees paid[edit]

Name From Fee Date
1 Democratic Republic of the Congo Christopher Samba Russia Anzhi Makhachkala £12.5M 2013
2 England Steven Caulker Wales Cardiff City £8.5M 2014
3 Netherlands Leroy Fer England Norwich City £8M 2014
4 France Loic Remy France Marseille £8M 2013
5 Brazil Sandro England Tottenham Hotspur £6M 2014
6 England Jordon Mutch Wales Cardiff City £6M 2014
7 Scotland Matt Phillips England Blackpool £5M 2013
8 Cameroon Stephane Mbia France Marseille £5M 2012
9 Canada Junior Hoilett England Blackburn Rovers £4M 2012
10 England Bobby Zamora England Fulham £4M 2012

Highest transfer fees received[edit]

Name From Fee Date
1 Democratic Republic of the Congo Christopher Samba Russia Anzhi Makhachkala £12M 2013
2 France Loic Remy England Chelsea £10.5M 2014
3 England Raheem Sterling England Liverpool £5M 2010
4 England Jordan Mutch England Crystal Palace £4.75M 2015
5 England Andy Sinton England Sheffield Wednesday £2.75M 1993
6 England Darren Peacock England Newcastle United £2.7M 1994
7 Scotland Nigel Quashie England Nottingham Forest £2.5M 1998
8 England Trevor Sinclair England West Ham United £2.3M 1998
9 England Paul Parker England Manchester United £2M 1991
10 Nigeria Danny Shittu England Watford £1.6M 2006

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b QPR Club Records at mehstg.com
  2. ^ "Tony Ingham". QPR. 23 April 2010. Retrieved 15 April 2012. 
  3. ^ "QPR in all time records". Soccerbase. Centurycomm Ltd. Retrieved 15 April 2012. 
  4. ^ "Queens Park Rangers score archive". Filter: all teams, FL/Premier. verymetalnoise.com. Retrieved 20 June 2011.