The debate over ‘Who is the biggest club in West London?’ has swept the capital for many years, but now we are going to settle it!
Excluding the Premier League superpower of Chelsea, Fulham have ruled West-London for many years, establishing themselves as a top-flight regular, but since their relegation, the debate has re-opened.
All three clubs now play in the Championship and have endured contrasting fortunes this season. Fulham are challenging for the Play-Offs, Brentford are lingering in mid-table and QPR are fighting to pull themselves up the table.
QPR had their spell on top in West-London a couple of years ago, when they were playing top flight football and Fulham were in the Championship.
Brentford have yet to be top dog, but they came close two years ago, when they reached the Play-Offs and if they had have gone up, they would have been the only West-London club in the Premier League.
It’s time to bring this debate to an end! Who runs the rule in West-London? Cast your vote below!
Who's the biggest club in West London… QPR, Brentford or Fulham?
— FLW Transfer Centre (@FLWTransferC) April 13, 2017