Originally each borough of New York had multiple teams at the professional, semi-pro, and amateur levels. Some of them combined into 1 team like New York United, while others survived intact. Queens is one of the teams that has remained the same since 1888. Queens is a powerhouse having won 10 Premier Championships, 7 Open Cups, a League Cup, and since being promoted to the Premier League in 1932, they’ve only been relegated for a single season: 1997.
Queens plays its home games in the at historic Flushing Meadows and their primary rivals are New York United. Their badge is based largely on the borough flag which features a white stripe on a light blue field. There are 2 flowers on the flag and on the badge, a tulip representing the Dutch influence in the borough, and the rose which represents England. The queen's crown represents the borough's name.
The team's uniforms have featured the diamond blocks for the last 30 years. They've frequently used their change kit to use a crazy alternate color and in the upcoming season it’s an eye blinding magenta.