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Is 5000 miles realistic in 14-16 days?

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Basically my gf and I want to go on a trip across Europe visiting a select few football grounds but I'm not sure it'll work out as we've planned it.
We plan to start in Rotterdam, then go into Germany, down to Rome, over to Turin, across the border into France and follow the coast into Spain, up to Madrid and into Portugal. Porto being the last stop then heading straight back across to Paris where we'd spend a couple of days and then back to England.
5000 miles is what we have worked it out to be stadium to stadium. Is this realistic as we have never done anything like this before.
The only other thing that is concerning me is sleeping. We were planning on finding hostels but they don't appear to be as cheap as I was hoping.
Any thoughts welcomed.

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