YouTuber Miniminter visits every Premier League stadium in 24 hours

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YouTuber Miniminter has completed a challenge to visit all 20 Premier League stadiums in 24 hours.

Starting at 8:07am and finishing the following morning at Bournemouth’s Vitality Stadium, Miniminter - real name Simon Minter - goes to all 20 grounds, with less than nine minutes remaining in the challenge.

He makes sure to complete 20 keepy-uppies and take a photo outside each stadium.

Miniminter starts at Newcastle United’s St. James’ Park, where he arrives at 8:18am.

He then heads south to Sheffield, visiting Sheffield United’s Bramall Lane.

Next up is Burnley and Manchester, where Turf Moor, the Etihad Stadium and Old Trafford are ticked off.

Then he heads west to Merseyside, visiting Liverpool's Anfield and Everton's Goodison Park.

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Molineux, Villa Park, the King Power Stadium and Carrow Road are up next before the journey continues south.

It’s nearly one o’clock in the morning by the time Miniminter leaves Norwich City’s stadium. At this point he has seven hours and 15 minutes to visit the remaining nine grounds.

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The six London stadiums - the London Stadium, the Emirates Stadium, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, Vicarage Road, Stamford Bridge and Selhurst Park - are all crossed off the list.

There’s under four hours remaining by the time he leaves Crystal Palace.

Miniminter then drives south to visit the final three stadiums.

First up is Brighton’s Amex Stadium. Then it’s Southampton’s St Mary’s.

And finally, Bournemouth’s Vitality Stadium. He cuts it fine, getting there with eight minutes and 59 minutes to go.

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Challenge complete.

Fair play to Miniminter. He even stopped to take photos with fans at various points in the challenge.

Check out his video below.

ESPN attempted the challenge earlier on in 2019 but failed, taking 25 hours to get to every stadium.

They started at the Vitality Stadium and finished at Anfield.

But Miniminter has shown that it can be done.

He was helped by the fact that there aren’t any Welsh teams in the Premier League this season.

A trip to the Liberty Stadium or Cardiff City Stadium would have eaten into his time.

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