Frankie Sutherland (born 6 December 1993) is an Irish footballer who plays as a midfielder for Queens Park Rangers.
Born in Hillingdon, London, Sutherland is a product of Queens Park Rangers youth system in 2005, aged 11.In 2012 summer, he was promoted to the first team, receiving the no. 30 jersey. He also signed a new two-year contract with the London club, running until June 2015.
In November, he was expected to join Portsmouth in a loan deal, but the move failed.On 15 January 2013, he joined Pompey in a one-month loan deal.On 24 February, he made his professional début, replacing Adam Reed in the 63rd minute of a 1–3 home defeat against Hartlepool.
On 11 February, Sutherland returned to QPR, after just making one appearance for Pompey.
In July 2013, Sutherland featured with QPRs first team in matches against Beşiktaş,Southend United and Udinese, scoring a goal against Italian giants.
Sutherland represented Republic of Ireland under-17, qualifying through his Donegal-born grandmother, making his debut on 1 September 2009, in a Syrianka International Cup match against Russia, getting on the scoresheet. He then played the another two matches, with Ireland being knocked out in the group stage. He also appeared on 2010 EURO U17 Qualyfing and Elite rounds, scoring against Bulgaria.
Sutherland also played for Republic of Ireland under-19s, making his debut on 26 May 2012, against Portugal.He also played against Ukraine and Israel, with Ireland finished third in the group.
On 23 January 2013, he was called up to the Republic of Ireland under-21 squad