The 92 Club

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The 92 Club is a society, in order to be a member of which a person must attend an association football game at the stadium of every current Premier League and Football League club in England and Wales.

The supposed logo of the Society

The 'club' takes its name from the fact that there are 92 teams in the English professional league tier. The list of stadiums changes each year, as clubs are promoted and relegated in and out of the English Football League, and other clubs move to new stadiums.

The 92 Club was founded by Bristol Rovers F.C. supporter Gordon Pearce.[1][2]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Going to ground (all 92 of them)". BBC News. Retrieved 4 September 2013. 
  2. ^ "Lifelong Gas fan Gordon passes away". Bristol Post. 2010-05-07. Retrieved 2016-04-12. Mr Pearce became famous for setting up the '92 Club', an organisation that continues today to serve those who, like Mr Pearce, have witnessed a game at every Football League and Premier League ground. 

External links[edit]

  • http://www.the92.net - unaffiliated (free) website fans can track, rate and find other people who are on the way, or are already part of the 92.
  • http://www.doingthe92.com - unaffiliated (free) website fans can use to track the grounds they've visited
  • http://www.footballfans.eu/ Great website for tracking fixtures attended that automatically calculates what grounds you have been to