Fulham FC will continue to play their home matches next season at the Loftus Road ground of Queen's Park Rangers FC, the English Premiership club have confirmed.
"The club can now officially announce that it will be playing at Loftus Road for one further season during 2003/04," read a statement on Fulham's official website. "At present the club is actively trying to find ways of developing a more cost-efficient stadium on the Craven Cottage site while negotiations take place with Chelsea [FC] regarding a temporary ground-share arrangement should this not prove possible."
Fulham started playing their home games at Loftus Road, home of second division QPR, at the beginning of the current season. Jean Tigana's side are 15th in the Premiership at present. Tigana is leaving the club at the end of the current season.
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