Which English football club has had the most home grounds?
A few clubs have led nomadic existences moving from ground to ground. Which club has moved around the most?
QPR, Queens Park Rangers, are comfortably the most nomadic team and hold the record for having the most grounds in football league history.
They have played in at least 16 different locations in northwest and west London since their formation in 1882. Their first homes are unknown but were probably in the Queens Park area of north London, where the team originated. They have had three spells at their current ground, Loftus Road, below.
Here’s a list of their known addresses:
- Welford’s Fields (1886–1888)
- London Scottish FC (1888–1889)
- Brondesbury (1888–1889)
- Home Farm (1888–1889)
- Kensal Green (1888–1889)
- Gun Club (1888–1889)
- Wormwood Scrubs(1888–1889)
- Kilburn Cricket Ground (1888–1889)
- Kensal Rise Athletic Ground (1899–1901)
- Latimer Road/St Quintin Avenue (1901–1902)
- Kensal Rise Athletic Ground (1902–1904)
- Royal Agricultural Society showgrounds (1904–1907)
- Park Royal Ground (1907–1917)
- Loftus Road (1917–1931)
- White City Stadium (1931–1933)
- Loftus Road (1933–1962)
- White City Stadium (1962–1963)
- Loftus Road (1963–present)