Queens Park Rangers Football Club plays football (soccer) in England. The club, known as QPR, was originally formed in 1882. In 1886 the team took the name of Queens Park Rangers after merging with a team called Christchurch Rangers. QPR are currently playing in the second division of English soccer. QPR plays its home matches at the 19,148 capacity Loftus Road Stadium in West London. The team has long-standing rivalries with many of the other London clubs, especially Chelsea FC. Tune Group, an investment vehicle for AirAsia CEO Tony Fernandes, bought a 66% stake of the football club in 2011. Billionaire Lakshmi Mittal's family owns the remaining 33%.