MILLWALL chief executive Andy Ambler has suggested that Football League clubs could play competitive fixture on foreign soil in the future.
Ambler, who also sits on the Football League board, believes the concept of the '39th game' – or the 47th – should be debated throughout English football.
The idea was overwhelmingly rejected by Premier League clubs in 2008 but is now thought to have growing support.
And Ambler says the 72 clubs outside of the top division could also explore the possibility of playing one match a season overseas.
He told the Football League Paper: "At Championship level in particular, I think we need to realise that our product is exceptional.
"We have arguably the most talked-about game anywhere in the play-off final – certainly the richest game going.
"I just wonder if there is an argument to take the Football League around the world. Why not?
"The Premier League couldn't get acceptance for the 39th game – it is a radical idea and fans perhaps wouldn't like it.
"However, we now have owners from all around the world. The model is changing. You have got clubs associated with different countries and cities. It has to be worth exploring.
"I'm looking at other sports and asking how they are expanding.
"Could Millwall play Bournemouth in Boston, where our owner is from? Once a season say?
"I could see it happening and flourishing."