Log Your #Groundhopping Adventures on This Great Website and App

Paul Gerald · Profile
Log Your #Groundhopping Adventures on This Great Website and App

This whole English soccer thing I’m into is called, in the UK, groundhopping. And I have found two great companion sites for what I do.

Me in my happy place.

That’s ground (old word for stadium, like ballpark in the US) + hopping (touring) = groundhopping, or what I call being a soccer tourist. And, of course, there’s a massive community around the hashtag #groundhopping on Twitter.

There’s also a terrific website and app where you can track all the grounds you’ve been to, as well as post reviews and photos.

Great Site for Groundhoppers: FootballGroundMap.com

The site is called Football Ground Map. It’s totally free and very cool. When you get there, say hello to yankee-groundhopper. I’ve been to 76 of the current 92 league grounds (101 overall including the US, Spain, Netherlands and Italy) and I aim to be the first American to “do the 92.”

Great App for Groundhoppers: Futbology

The app I use, and which people almost the world over seem to use, is Futbology, which you can get on Google Play or the Apple App Store. There, you simply “check in” when you’re at a game, and the app does the rest. It adds the score later, and tracks how many times you’ve been to each place, and so on.

Written By Paul Gerald
Paul Gerald, Owner and Founder of Groundhopper Soccer Guides · Profile
Paul is a traveler, writer, publisher and soccer freak. He started Groundhopper Soccer Guides as EnglishSoccerGuide.com in 2014. When he's not kicking around England working on this site and his book, you can find him at Providence Park in Portland, cheering on the Portland Timbers.

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