Gallery | Red and green for Portugal Day8 May 2019
On Sunday, for the final game of the season against Birmingham, we celebrated Portugal Day in honour of the job that José Gomes has done since his arrival in RG2.
Sporting Life preview | 2018-19 Play-Offs6 May 2019
The Sky Bet EFL play-offs are here with 12 teams all holding aspirations of achieving promotion. Sporting Life’s Tom Carnduff takes a look at the semi-final ties in each of the three divisions.
Gallery | O'Shea bids farewell in Blues draw5 May 2019
John O'Shea played his final minutes as a footballer on Sunday, coming on for the last few minutes against Birmingham City in a final-day clash at Madejski Stadium.
Team news | Academy front three start against Blues5 May 2019
Josh Barrett, Michael Olise and Danny Loader will start as the front three against Birmingham City on Sunday lunchtime, as Reading round off the season.
Player of the Season top three revealed in The Royal4 May 2019
The final issue of The Royal for the 2018-19 season will be a little bit different to what you have seen this season...
Man in the middle | Birmingham (H)2 May 2019
For the Royals’ final fixture of the 2018-19 season, Keith Stroud will be on the whistle this Sunday when Reading take on Garry Monk’s Birmingham City.
Stick around on Sunday for post-match ceremonies1 May 2019
There's plenty to celebrate on Sunday as the Royals take on Birmingham in the final Championship match of the season, and you're all invited to stay in your seats and allow the players to thank you...
U23 Play-Off Semi-Final confirmed30 April 2019
While their chances of the league title ebbed away at the final hurdle, Reading's Under-23s still have a chance of promotion to Premier League 2, Division One.
Berks & Bucks Senior Cup Final date arranged30 April 2019
The Berks & Bucks FA have confirmed that the Senior Cup Final for 2018-19, which will be contested by Reading's Under-23s, will take place on Monday 6th May, 3pm kick-off.
📷 Fan gallery | Inflatables and fancy dress at the Riverside28 April 2019
As per the tradition of the final away day of the season, Reading’s travelling support brought out the inflatables and donned some fancy dress and made it a cracking day out on Teesside.