groundhopping
 n.— «Its called groundhopping, and even the hobby’s followers acknowledge it is a little strange.…groundhoppers ticking off matches at this year’s Asian Cup, crisscrossing the region frantically to squeeze in as many as possible in the four host countries—Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam and Indonesia.…Groundhopping started in the 1960s in England, where attending a match in all 92 major league grounds—or “doing the 92″ as it is known—remains its best known challenge, attracting hoppers from all over Europe.» —“Hopping mad? Soccer obsessives ticking off arenas at Asian Cup” in Palembang, Indonesia International Herald Tribune (Paris, France) July 23, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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