London Man About To Visit All 31 NFL Stadiums In Record Time

An NFL fan from London, England has spent nearly three full months trying to get his name in the Guinness World Records, and he's getting right near the finish line.

Jacob Barnor has been aiming to set the record by seeing an NFL game at all 31 stadiums in just 84 days. The record is currently held by Alicia Barnhart, who managed the feat in just 86 days, 10 hours and 25 minutes.

Barnor was in Cincinnati on Sunday to see the Bengals play host to the Pittsburgh Steelers. One day later, he made it to Los Angeles, where he saw Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens dominate the Rams by a final score of 45-6.

Now, Barnor is just one visit away from setting the world record.

Barnor is set to visit Atlanta on Thursday night for the Falcons' Thanksgiving home game against the NFC South rival New Orleans Saints. Once Barnor steps foot inside the Mercedes-Benz Stadium, he'll have broken Barnhart's record.

Once he views the Atlanta-New Orleans game, Barnor will have seen three games in a trio of different cities over a five-day span. You can keep track of Barnor's progess on his Twitter page.

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Barnor's journey began on Sept. 5, when he visited Soldier Field to see the Chicago Bears host the historic rival Green Bay Packers in the Week 1 Kickoff Game. Barnor was in Dallas three days later to see the Cowboys host the New York Giants, and he capped off Week 1 by visiting Mercedes-Benz Superdome, where the New Orleans Saints hosted and defeated the Houston Texans.

Through careful planning, Barnor has managed his time and traveling perfectly. From Sept. 30 to Oct. 7, Barnor managed to fit in four different games: The Bengals at Steelers, the Rams at the Seattle Seahawks, the Denver Broncos at the Los Angeles Chargers and the Cleveland Browns at the San Francisco 49ers.

All eyes will be on the field for Saints-Falcons game on Thursday night. But it will also mark an incredible and historic feat by Barnor, one that may not be broken for a long, long time.

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