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When is Doing the 92 not Doing the 92?

2020/21 is another season that looks to be shaped by the virus. Attendance at some League games is being trialled, but it's too early to say whether this will be viable with a second wave of the virus potentially on the horizon.

This has perhaps meant that not everyone is aware of the current situation with regards 'The 92'.

As of last season, Coventry continue to play at St Andrews in Birmingham, so this reduces the total number of grounds to 91.

Brentford were unable to let fans say goodbye to Griffin Park last season and no paying fans have been able to see a game at their new Community Stadium yet. This doesn't change the total number of League grounds, other than the fact that no-one can register having seen a game there yet unless they are a player or official of one of the teams to play there.

Barrow were promoted into the League, meaning that Holker Street is a League ground again for the first time since 1972. Any fans who have seen a game there will see their DT92 count increase, but everyone else will have to wait a while to be able to see their first game in Barrow.

Harrogate Town's Wetherby Road had to have a grass pitch laid when they joined the League, so their first few home games were played at Doncaster's Keepmoat Stadium. The work was completed by mid-October 2020, so they moved back to Wetherby Road for the Barrow game on Saturday 17th October 2020.

AFC Wimbledon left Kingsmeadow at the end of last season and shared with QPR, which reduced the number of League grounds to 89. Their welcome return to the Borough of Merton, and the new Plough Lane for the game against Doncaster on Tuesday 3rd November 2020 means we're back up to 91 grounds again.

The maximum DT92 Count anyone can get at the moment is therefore 91.

We have been asked if it is necessary to see a Coventry game at St Andrews and the answer is not as far as your DT92 Count is concerned if you have already seen a game there. There are many good reasons to see Coventry play of course but your DT92 Count is the number of current League Grounds you have seen a game at, not the number of different home teams.

Pat
2Nov2020

 

Using the site

Add your games and then look through the displays to see how close to visiting all 89 current League grounds you have come over time.

Click on the Add Your Games button in the menu and then select one of the methods to enter your games. Remember that you need to Sign In first - click on the link in the top right corner to do that. You'll then see your user name and your current DT92 Count displayed there. (Your DT92 Count is the number of current League grounds you have seen a game at - it will still be called your DT92 count for now).

Once you've added some games, go through the various displays under Your Games to see how you're getting on. The site automatically works out your DT92 Count over time, taking into account ground moves, promotions and relegations. Warning, some of the displays take a while to build so be patient!

Click on Your Profile to change your User name, log your favourite teams etc.

If you're interested in how other fans are getting on, click on the Other Fans button to see how your DT92 Count compares.

 


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