Many American football fans dream of visiting all 31 NFL stadiums in their lifetimes, but doing it in less than three months? That's another story for most.
But Jacob Barnor of London, England is aiming high at breaking an impressive world record. Per Juliana Falk of NBC 26, Barnor will attempt to see a game at all 31 NFL stadiums in just 84 days.
If Barnor can do that, he'll have set the Guinness World Record. As pointed out by Falk, Guinness World Records lists Alicia Barnhart set the record four years ago by accomplishing the feat in just 86 days, 10 hours and 25 minutes.
Barnor is off to a strong start. He attended the Green Bay Packers-Philadelphia Eagles Thursday Night game last week at Lambeau Field - which marked the ninth NFL contest he attended thus far.
The quest for setting the world record began on Sept. 5, when Barnor attended the Packers-Chicago Bears Week 1 season opener at the legendary Soldier Field in the Windy City.
If everything goes according to plan for Barnor, he'll have broken the record on Nov. 28, when the New Orleans Saints visit the Atlanta Falcons at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium. That will be the third and final game of a triple-header for American Thanksgiving.
Huge shoutout to BigBlu Murray and The Blue Crew for having me for the tailgate today! They even gave me a blue crew shirt, hat and glasses as gifts!— The Football Wanderer (@JBBFootball) September 30, 2019
Incredible hospitality and boy does Detroit know how to party! Met some great people, has to be one of my favourite days so far! pic.twitter.com/s6TZ1nR9bg
Barnor is providing updates through Twitter. On Sunday, he attended the Detroit Lions' home contest against the Kansas City Chiefs at Ford Field - his 10th game of the season. On Monday morning, Barnor tweeted that he was on his way to Heinz Field for the Pittsburgh Steelers' home game against the Cincinnati Bengals.
He also pinned a Tweet to show his planned schedule up until Nov. 28. After Pittsburgh, Barnor is planning to attend the Los Angeles Rams-Seattle Seahawks game at CenturyLink Field.
He'll be in Los Angeles three days later to see the Chargers host the Denver Broncos. Finally, Barnor will see the San Francisco 49ers host the Cleveland Browns on Monday, Oct. 7. With that, he'll have marked off three stadiums in five days. Time certainly appears to be on his side.