With a capacity of 18,000, a family stand and disabled access there are plenty of accessibility options for everyone. Seats are organized into Bronze- Platinum rating with matches in category A and B depending on the type. Platinum, category A seating will cost you around £39 per adult, £24 for under 18’s and under 8’s are free. There are also discounts for senior and young adult and students to make it more affordable. There are not much difference in price if you look at the bronze tickets where you should expect adults to pay around £25, £13 for under 18’s and the usual discounts for the others.
For some of the best atmosphere, the liveliest seats are in clock R or QU (although QU is for members or season ticket holders only) and school end is also a great view of the game. The worst seats are in the Y2 section with a lot of complaints of restricted views when sitting. Also, ticket prices are not based on seating view which means you could pay full platinum price and end up with a restricted seat, so you should always check before you purchase your tickets.
Loftus Road is an older ground with a small capacity of around 18,000 people. The best seats for the view would have to be the South Africa Road (SAR) Stand and the Ellerslie Road Stand; as such these are the most expensive. Seats in the Ellerslie Road Stand can cost up to £34 for an adult and £17 for an under 18 year old. Prices are similar in the SAR Stand, although there are less available tickets as the bulk of the SAR is taken up by club level seats and boxes. The seats which house the nosiest fans and the most atmosphere are at the corner of the Loftus Road Upper Stand and the Ellerslie Road Stand.
Away fans are all placed behind the goal in the School End Upper Stand. The Lower Stand has become home for the neutral and tourists and so atmosphere could be a bit lacking here.
Tickets cost anywhere from £20-40, with the most popular games costing slightly more. There are usually 1,800 tickets allocated to away fans, which come with decent views all-round. Some of the best seating might be in Ellerslie, block V. However, the seats are tiny wherever you are, so don’t expect much in the way of comfort or legroom!
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