There has never been a time in the history of British football where our teams are playing so often in Europe. With the rise in stature of the Champions League, the UEFA Cup and the much maligned Intertoto Cup alongside the national team tournaments such as the European Championships and the World Cup qualifiers, more and more fans are taking the opportunity to pick up some bargain flights to follow their teams abroad. Added to this is the growing band of football fans who regularly take off for the weekend to see some of Europe's greats such as Real Madrid, AC Milan and Bayern Munich as well as some of the lesser known but just as enjoyable places such as Brondby in Copenhagen, FC Flora in Tallinn and Anderlecht in Brussels. One factor, though, has been missing from the perfect weekend itinerary and that is a comprehensive guide book aimed at the travelling football fan. Published to coincide with the Euro2008 competition being held in Austria and Switzerland, this guide includes 90 of Europe's best stadiums to visit, including the eight host venues being used in June 2008. Each chapter takes you through a history of the stadium and the club that plays there, how to get to the stadium and, more importantly, how to get a ticket. It also covers the nearest airport, travel advice and some of the best places to eat and drink. Every stadium is enhanced with a picture of the arena - the vast majority published for the first time. Compiled by Stuart Fuller, who has visited every single ground featured in the book to give a true fan's eye perspective, this book is an indispensable handbook to any fans who want to broaden their travelling horizons, or simply for the armchair fan who wants to know a bit more about football in Europe. The book covers watching football in over 25 different countries, including virtually all of the Champions League Group clubs.