About Football Tripper

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Last Updated: July 3, 2015

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2010 Champions League final between Bayern and Inter

Overview

  • Launched: 2014
  • Unique Visitors: 10
  • # of Countries: 100
  • # of Leagues: 100
  • # of Stadiums: 1400

Football Tripper is a recently launched website which aims to give football fans across the world access to the best stadium guides and travel information on the web.

From Accrington Stanley to AC Milan, Boca Juniors to Borussia Dortmund and Wembley Stadium to Wellington Phoenix, Football Tripper has you covered.

Starting with the more familiar English and European stadiums we’ve slowly branched out to countries from around the world and now feature stadium guides for each and every continent.

We’re adding new content on a weekly basis, so if we’re yet to cover your favourite team or stadium, please check back in a few months time!

Enjoy the website, and perhaps more importantly, your trip :)

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Can I write for Football Tripper and do you accept photo submissions?

We’re always looking for help with the writing of stadium guides, and if this is something you’re interested in feel free to get in touch. Whether you just fancy writing a one-off stadium guide for your local team, or if you want to write several any contribution would be more than welcome!

Photo submissions are also welcome, and likewise with writing, you will be credited.

2. Do you have any advertising options?

Send us an email with what you had in mind, and we can discuss your requirements further. We’re working on a standardised price range for the 2015/2016 season.

3. Who’s behind the website?

Inside the San Siro
Nick initially set up the website by himself but was later joined by Bill who now handles the web development and technical stuff. They both contribute to the stadium guides, as does numerous of football fans from around the world.

4. Can you recommend any other football related websites?

We originally listed a handful of websites on this page but have since decided to create this favourite football sites page as there are too many websites to mention here!

5. Where can I buy tickets from to see X, Y, Z team?

In a lot of cases you can rock up on the day and get tickets for games which probably won’t sell out but if you don’t want to risk this try a third party seller and the official website. They can be a bit more expensive but they often deliver to hotels/hostels.

By Football Tripper

Last Updated: July 3, 2015

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