A Manchester United fan from Rochdale has begun the epic challenge of running to each of the 92 football league clubs across the country to raise cash for charity. It's thought to be the first time anyone has taken up the huge task.

Nathan Richardson, 28, set off from Old Trafford this morning on the journey that will take around six months covering some 2,500 miles! He quit his job in order to focus on the fundraising run fill time. he hopes to run upwards of 10 miles per day and will eventually end the run at Spotland in his hometown.

But he's not too keen on his first stop:

Nathan took up running for his mental health after the loss of two family members. The dad-of-one hopes to raise £9,200 which is £100 for each club he visits.

The cash will go to mental health charity Mind and the Super Josh charity to help children with brain tumours and their families.

The charity was set up after Josh Wilson, 14, from Bury died after long-term difficulties following brain surgery. His mother Dawn Fiddler told Granada Reports the money will be vital to help families.

Find out more about the challenge here.