Spurs League Record at Loftus Road (inc. PL)
March, 1949 Div. 2 Draw 0 - 0
Spurs and Queen's Park Rangers first met in the 2nd Division in season 1948-49 following QPR's promotion. The first match at Loftus Road in March, 1949 ended in a scoreless draw as Spurs finished the season in 5th place, once again missing out on promotion. Many of the players who were to become the famous 'Push and Run' team of 1949 on, were already at White Hart Lane - Ted Ditchburn, Bill Nicholson, Ron Burgess, Len Duquemin, Eddie Baily and others - but it was to take a change of manager at the end of the season when Arthur Rowe replaced Joe Hulme, for all of the pieces to fall into place.
April, 1950 Div. 2 Won 2 - 0 Medley, Baily
The following season Spurs had their first success in West London with a 2 - 0 victory in April, 1950 which ensured their promotion to the 1st Division for the first time since 1934-35, an absence of fifteen years. While QPR were battling against relegation, it was an exciting match, which a newspaper report of the time described as having 'the characteristics of a cup-tie. It was fast, it was exciting and there was a sprinkling of really good football'.
Spurs went ahead after seventeen minutes when Les Medley scored and secured their victory when Eddie Baily added a second with fifteen minutes remaining.
The clubs didn't meet again until 1968-69 when QPR were promoted to the 1st Division for the first time in their history following a meteoric rise from the 3rd Division and success in the League Cup as a 3rd Division side in 1967.
Feb. 1968 Div. 1 Draw 1 - 1 Greaves
The most notable fact from this match was that the Morgan twins, Ian and Roger, who had been part of the QPR success story of previous years were on opposite sides as Roger had joined Spurs the previous February for a fee of £110,000. QPR were relegated at the end of the season and didn't to the 1st Division until 1973.
March, 1974 Div. 1 Lost 1 - 3 Chivers (pen)
March, 1975 Div. 1 Won 1 - 0 Duncan
A vital win for Spurs in a season of turmoil. Bill Nicholson had resigned the previous August and was replaced by Terry Neill. in a difficult year Spurs were in a constant battle against relegation and the points gained at Loftus Road when new signing John Duncan who had cost £140,000 when signed from Dundee, scored the only goal of the match, helped secure their survival come the end of the season. It was Spurs second successive victory, having beaten Wolves 3 - 0 the previous day. Duncan scored after 23 minutes but the win came as the result of a strong defensive display and an outstanding performance from Pat Jennings.
Nov. 1975 Div.1 Draw 0 - 0
Jan. 1977 Div. 1 Lost 1 - 2 Duncan
Duncan again scored Spurs only goal but it wasn't enough to gain any points and come the end of the season Spurs, now under Keith Burkinshaw, were unable to avoid relegation.
Dec. 1978 Div. 1 Draw 2 - 2 Lee, Taylor (pen)
The Boxing Day fixture came a few days after the humiliating five goal home defeat to Arsenal but Spurs re-grouped to take a point with goals from Colin Lee and a Peter Taylor penalty. QPR were relegated at the end of the season but returned in 1983.
April, 1984 Div. 1 Lost 1 - 2 Archibald
Spurs finished the season in 8th position but newly promoted QPR were three places above them. Steve Archibald scored Spurs only goal in one of his last games for the club as he joined Terry Venables at Barcelona in the summer. Archibald had an excellent finale to his time at Spurs, scoring five goals in his last five matches.
Jan. 1985 Div. 1 Draw 2 - 2 Falco, Crooks
April, 1986 Div. 1 Won 5 - 2 Falco (2), Allen, C. (2), Hoddle
In a disappointing season, Spurs finished with a flourish, winning five of the last seven games and scoring fourteen goals in the final three games. Such improved form was not enough to save Peter Shreeve from the sack and he was replaced by David Pleat.
April, 1992 Div. 1 Won 2 - 1 Gray, Durie
Sept. 1995 Div. 1 Won 3 - 2 Sheringham (2) (1 pen), Dozzell
Teddy Sheringham maintained his record of scoring at Loftus Road, having been responsible for all of Spurs goals in their previous three visits. In the last match the two clubs played at QPR, the home side had a two goal advantage early in the second half, only for Sheringham to score with a penalty two minutes later. The turn around continued in the second half with two goals from in a minute from Jason Dozzell and Sheringham to give Gerry Francis victory over his former club.