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Lifelong QPR fan Kelly has been invited by the club to mark her achievement at Euro 2022.
The 24-year-old from Hanwell became a national hero when she scored the winner against Germany 2-1 at Wembley last Sunday.
Kelly conducted her post-match media duties draped in a QPR flag, and revealed she had wanted to create her own “Bobby Zamora moment” after watching the striker score a late winner for Rangers in the 2014 Championship Play-Off Final.
She will present the matchball before kick-off tomorrow and conduct a Q&A on the pitch at half-time.
Tomorrow will also mark the opening of the Stanley Bowles Stand after QPR renamed the Ellerslie Road Stand in honour of the club legend. Bowles made 315 appearances and scored 96 goals during a seven-year spell at QPR from 1972.
Luke Amos, Tyler Roberts and Chris Willock could return for QPR tomorrow after missing the 1-0 defeat at Blackburn on the opening weekend.