Monthly Archives: January 2016

Who will win the battle to avoid the drop from the Premier league?

Dean Court Bournemouth

With the table well in shape and the Premier League past the half way point we assess who has got what it takes to beat the drop. Starting from the bottom it looks a certainty that there will be Championship football at Villa Park next season. A summer of investment saw a large number signings, but it was certainly a case of quantity over quality. Survival now would mean a run more miraculous than Leicester’s great escape last year that surely even the most optimistic Villa fan couldn’t see happening. The remaining relegation places are currently occupied by North East… Read more »

Interview: We find out about the Stadium Hoppers Football Map

groundhoppers stadium map

Groundsman: For people that are yet to discover you what is the Stadium Hoppers Football Map? Richard: The Stadium Hoppers Map is the only scratch football map… in the world! Essentially it’s a maxi poster for Stadium Hoppers who are looking to complete “The 92” and those looking for a fun visual way to record it… or show it off! The map has all the current Football League stadia as well as the two relegated sides from last year as well as Wembley and The Millennium Stadium. Each stadium is individually drawn and has the club name embedded onto the… Read more »

Quiz: Where in the 92 am I?

The London Borough of Barking & Dagenham Stadium

This time out we test your knowledge of stands at the 92 league grounds. Can you find ‘where in the 92 am I?’ in our latest quiz… [playbuzz-item url=”//”]

A trip South West to St James’ Park Exeter

terrace at exeter city st james' park

Blogger Peter Briers made the trip to the South West for a festive fixture as Exeter City welcomed AFC Wimbledon. Ground: St James’ Park 55/92 Game: Exeter City 0-2 AFC Wimbledon Date: 28/12/2015 Of the remaining 38 grounds on my 92 Exeter’s St James’ Park was one the places I was most looking forward to ticking off. In an era were all seater stadia are the norm I was realising the chance to experience the largest terraced stand in the top 4 divisions of English football; the Big Bank. I wasn’t disappointed. The stand, which sits behind the goal has… Read more »