Reading vs QPR
2 weeks ago
It's still early days in the season but Queens Park Rangers haven't lost so far so this is a great chance to kick start a push up the table and break their clean start! Veljko Paunović will be looking to his new signing, England capped Danny Drinkwater, to give more options in midfield and Scott Dann to bolster defence. We’ll see how they do 3pm Saturday when they face Mark Warburton’s men who currently sit 3rd in the table.
Buses to the game
Our full range of football buses are running, meaning you can catch our town centre shuttle, park and rides and the urban services to the match.
To find your service to the stadium, click here for maps and timetables.
There are different fares depending on which service you use and where you get on. Head over to the football fares page for full details once you know which bus you need. Below is how much it costs to get on the F1 shuttle from Reading Station.
Reading Station to the Stadium - F1 shuttle
Concessionary passes are not valid on football buses except in certain areas - pass holders can buy a return for £1.50 on the F1 or £2 on the F2 and F3 on production of a valid concessionary pass. You can check the concessionary fares here.