Rangers start to the season kicked-off with a 2-1 defeat away to Bristol Rovers on September 1st 1900. They had to wait until they played Watford on January 5th 1901 for their first win away, with half-back Harry Skinner scoring the only goal of the game. Their only other win away that season was at Millwall on February 16th 1901 again winning 1-0, scored by winger Tommy Gray.
Their best result was a 7-1 home win against Swindon on the September 8th 1900, played at Kensal Rise Athletic Ground, where they played all home games that season. Scorers: Downing 3, Gray 2, Humphreys 1 & Hitch 1.
Queen's Park Rangers 1900-01
Left to Right Back-Row: Jock Campbell, (Trainer), David Christie, James Bellingham, Henry Clutterbuck, Alex McConnell, William Goldie,
Middle-Row: Tommy Gray, William Keech, Alfred Hitch, Henry Skinner, Abe Foxhall.
Front-Row: Thomas Downing, Peter Turnbull, Percy Humphreys
Sat 29th Sept 1900.
Kettering v Queen's Park Rangers
Sat 27th Sept 1901.
Portsmouth 1-1 Queen's Park Rangers
Rangers finished in 8th position in the league. 11 wins, 4 draws & 13 defeats with a total of 26pts. Percy Humphreys topped the Rangers goal scoring chart with 12 from 31 games in including cup games.