QPR Secure Senate Bespoke Shirt Sponsorship

Queens Park Rangers Football Club has confirmed Senate Bespoke as their new shirt sponsors following the collapse of Football Index last week.



The agreement will see the Senate Bespoke brand displayed on the front property of QPR’s home and away strips for the remainder of the 2020/21 season, which commenced this weekend.


It was announced last week that QPR would no longer carry the Football Index logo on the front of their shirts, effective immediately after the platform was suspended on Thursday and the company subsequently announced they would be entering administration.


QPR CEO Lee Hoos, said at the time: “As a football club we entered into a one-year agreement with Football Index in good faith.


“In light of recent events, the front property of QPR’s home and away strips will no longer sport the Football Index logo.”


The club’s new sponsor, Senate Bespoke, a high-end quality builders in London and the Home Counties, is owned by lifelong QPR fan Jason Woodford.


Euan Inglis, QPR’s Commercial Director, said: “We are absolutely thrilled to have Senate Bespoke come on board with us.


“They have been fantastic to deal with. Jason is always keen to support the club and he has demonstrated that once again with this front-of-shirt sponsorship.”


Jason Woodford, added: “It is an honour for me and my family to have my company Senate Bespoke feature on the front of QPR’s shirt, a team I have supported all my life.”