Queens Park Rangers 2012/13 Lotto Third Kit

Queens Park Rangers is a London-based Premier League club owned mainly by Malaysian businessman Tony Fernandes. The team is managed by ex-Manchester United player and ex-Manchester City manager Mark Hughes. QPR, as they are known for short, played an instrumental role in the final game of the 2011/12 season, where had they held Manchester City to a draw or won the match, Manchester United would have won the league. However, after they assured themselves that they would be avoiding the drop, Sergio Aguero scored in the final minute for Manchester City to hand City the league. QPR finished in the 17th place in the table to retain their Premier League status.

This is the new third kit that will be used by the club in 2012/13, as modelled by midfielder Faurlin. The shirt is manufactured by Lotto and sponsored by Tony Fernandes’ airline Air Asia. The shirt has a light-blue base colour with a dark blue collar having a light-blue triangle in the centre, dark blue sleeve hems, and a dark blue stripe connecting the sleeves together across the shirt. Dark blue shorts and light-blue socks complement the shirt.

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  1. Because sky blue gives more options than blue and white stripes.

    There should be a rule that no kit should have more than 3 colours and including sponsors, makers and the majority of the badge.

  2. As much as this kit is pointless, it’s much better than the dreadful efforts Lotto made on the home and away kits…

  3. they should’ve changed the sponsors’ colours to white instead… then it’ll blend in well with the kit

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