IT's about 245 miles directly from Burnley to south-west London - but it can take more than 25,500 miles of travelling if you're young Jack Skelton!
For the 12-year-old football fanatic from Threshfield has just finished the 'holy grail' of soccer fandom by watching a match at all the 92 Premier League and Football League grounds.
Jack's journey began at Burnley in 2010, when he saw the home side lose 2-1 to Wolverhampton Wanderers, and has just ended this month at Fulham's Craven Cottage ground, where he saw the Londoners beat Preston North End 3-1.
In between Jack has seen games everywhere from Manchester United's Old Trafford, in 2011, to Newport County in 2015.
And the Ermysted's Grammar School pupil became a star in his own right when Fulham marked his feat by devoting a page of their matchday programme to him.
Jack's proud dad - and driver - Andrew said: "Fulham were absolutely fantastic with him - they gave him a full tour of the ground, a scarf as a memento, and loads of autographs. I wrote to Fulham in advance to tell them he would reach the 92 at Craven Cottage and he was really chuffed when they featured him in the programme.
"Jack has always loved football, but, like me, doesn't really support any particular team. I did the '92' many years ago, but I was quite a bit older older than Jack when I finished!"
Jack, who plays football for Grassington Juniors, has also kept a record of the score and attendances of every game he has seen.
His log shows that the largest leagues crowd he has been part of was 75,183 when Manchester United beat Wigan 5-0 at Old Trafford in 2011, though Jack's largest-ever crowd was 82,244 at Wembley, for the 2010 Championship play-off final between Blackpool and Cardiff.
Said Andrew: "We should be starting on the National League soon, and then there's the Scottish League to do too. I've still got a lot of driving ahead of me!"