Epic journey to 20 Premier League stadiums in 24 hours for Mountbatten PHOTOS
A team of football-mad youngsters from the Isle of Wight have visited all 20 Premier League grounds in just 24 hours, finishing in Bournemouth at 7.15am this morning (Sunday).
Six boys, who play junior football for Isle of Wight and mainland teams, have travelled more than 1,000 miles, accompanied by three adult leaders.
They even lost an hour at Fulham, when the clocks went forward.
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Their epic challenge started with a seven hour drive on Friday, to Newcastle.
Then, yesterday (Saturday), they stopped for their first photo at St James's Park, the home of Newcastle United.
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They have already raised more than £1,700 and are hoping to reach £2,000
They headed south, through Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds, Nottingham, Leicester, Birmingham and London.
They hit Arsenal dead on midnight.
From there, it was onto the south coast, by way of Brighton and Hove Albion, Saints and the Cherries.
They meticulously planned their journey and, despite a gruelling schedule, look like they had an amazing time!