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The 1,000,000 Seat Challenge to Rule Them All

The 1,000,000 Seat Challenge to Rule Them All

Stadium Hoppers in association with the92.net are embarking on a special trip to visit 1,000,000 seats across Stadiums in America & Canada and you are invitied.

LAUNCH: London Stadium Challenge

LAUNCH: London Stadium Challenge

We have collated all our #LDNStadiumChallenge hashtag tweets here.

To help launch our 2016/17 map, Richard & Richard decided to incorporate their passion into one day and overload on Stadium visits. Each stadium would bear a copy of our map and we would leave a litter trail for Football clubs to pick-up and supporters to witness.

We decided to visit thirteen London Football Stadiums within 24 hours (or until we needed to get the last train home to Colchester). All planned out over a couple of...


Hall of Fame - Ricardo Fuller

All the way from Kingston Jamaica… Stadium Hoppers would like to welcome to the Hall of Fame Potters legend Ricardo Fuller.

The Stoke Slapper (and I’m not commenting on how many of those are around) maybe well known for being one of the only players in the world to have been sent off for attacking his own team captain, but the current Latics front man has also hopped some of the England’s finest stadiums including Old Trafford, St James Park and Anfield. Despite his slightly aggressive nature at times Fuller is still remembered fondly at The Britannia and at many...


Hall of Fame - Luke Chadwick

Raise yourselves from your seats, gather a breath, and then blow on your vuvuzelas (for those who managed to sneak them in!) a blast on recognition for our next Stadium Hoppers Hall of Famer, Luke Chadwick!

Luke has come full circle in his Stadium Hopping journey and since being scouted by Manchester United at the age of 15 on the local fields of Cambridge and being offered a trial in Manchester. He’s managed to accrue an impressive 77 Stadium Hops to his name since then. Believe it or not before he even got back from his trial in Salford his...


Hall of Fame - Jamie Cureton

Stadium Hoppers would like to roll out the players tunnel for Jamie Cureton our second Hall of Fame inductee.

The football league veteran has often been the 5ft 8in “little man” in a big man, little man front two! In a career spanning 21 years and having no signs of stopping the striking ace has graced more clubs than John Terry has had controversies (that’s a lot of clubs!). Currently with the Daggers in League Two Jamie has netted for eleven football league clubs and earned legendary status at clubs like Reading FC and Colchester United for the parts he...