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S Africa Rd, White City, London W12 7PJ, UK
Like many old UK football grounds, Loftus Road has seen better days. The facilities are pretty worn, and the tiny seats and minimal legroom make it less comfortable than many grounds in the top flight. However, the fans are seated unusually close to the pitch, right in the thick of the action. If it’s an exciting game, the crowd will be singing and the noise amplified by the stadium’s small size. It’s not in great shape, but Loftus Road can still provide a good atmosphere and a great day out for any football fan.
Home of QPR football club, Loftus road stadium in London is the fourth smallest stadium in the Premiership league. It’s capacity of around 18,000 makes for a noisy but welcoming crowd and is one of the few stadiums that allows accompanied under 8’s (for free) into the venue which added to the disabled facilities makes it extremely accessible for the whole family. Being easy to access via public transport and with interesting live games nearby it can make for a whole day out on match day. You also have access to many bars, pubs and restaurants within a 5 minute walk that can cater to families or larger groups for a post-match meet up or to make an evening of it.
- BARSBest Pubs around Loftus Road?
- SEATINGLoftus Road seating?
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- CROWDWhat to expect from the Loftus Road crowd?
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- TRANSPORTHow do I get to Loftus Road?
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- FOODBest restaurants near Loftus Road?
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- THINGS TO DOThings to check out around Loftus Road?
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