Football Fan Spends Over 3 Years To Build All 92 Premier League Stadiums Out Of Lego

A football fan has become the first person to build all 92 Premier and Football League club stadiums from Lego. Jules Richards, 45, spent 3½ years putting together the grounds and used 160,000 bricks.

He began in 2015 with his beloved Cardiff City’s stadium — and was then asked by a Sheffield Wednesday fan to create a Hillsborough.

Each of the one 15 inch by 15 inch models took about 10 hours to complete.

His version of Barnsley’s Oakwell stadium now sits in the League One club’s boardroom.

And Wolves have one of Jules’ creations on display in their main entrance at Molineux.

Jules, of Luton, said: “I’ve always liked Lego as a kid and it’s continued from there. I didn’t think I’d do all 92.”

Some of his stadiums have been snapped up by fans for £140.

But he says he has no plans to build any more and has either sold or dismantled his creations, including a Wembley and Barcelona’s Camp Nou.

Jules, who studies photos of each ground to make his mini masterpieces added: “They’ve either gone to buyers or dismantled. I don’t have any in my home that are for me. I have made a huge Ninian Park for a guy in Jersey.”