QPR supporters can own a unique part of R's history after the launch of a commemorative shirt to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the club's time at Loftus Road.

The limited-edition shirt pays homage to the green and white hooped jersey worn one hundred years ago in 1917.

Included within the thick Hoops are the names of 100 iconic players and managers who have represented the club in 100 years at Loftus Road. The shirt is made from a highly breathable stretch fabric; has a round-neck grandad style collar with two buttons, and is a semi-close fit shirt.

The club's campaign hashtag '#LoftusRoad100' features on the back of the jersey.

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  1. rhosoftherovers

Clint Hill had better be on there.

  1. Dan

Queens Park Celtic

  1. Bbvvv

Fake hoops- fake club

  1. Michael Flynn

I think uou have to be a real die-hard QPR fan to appreciate this shirt.

I am not a QPR fan and I do not know a lot about the history of the club - so I have no idea why the shirt is green and white hoops- unless there is some connection with Celtic in Scotland or it simply was the say the first shirt the club had.

Anyway, good it is a limited edition shirt.

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