Euro 2008, or 2008 UEFA European Football Championship, was an event that kept millions of people around the world stick for hours on TV watching the same channel with attention, passion and hope. Some people had the privilege to watch these matches live as they were played in the stadiums in Austria and Switzerland. Watching a match live in a stadium can be hilarious especially when you are seated with 30 000 fans who all support your team. You rejoice together at every goal for your team, and every ball the keeper blocks. Yet one thing we take for granted, is the effort behind making this joyful setting. How would we have felt if the seats on which we sat for more than 3 hours were uncomfortable, and brittle? Would it not have been a miserable experience, and something we would never forget about the day? "...the only thing I hated about the match where the stadium seats...they were suxs!"you might have ended up saying. In this light, I take a moment to thank the organizers of the games, the engineers and constructors of the stadiums, and Bertele' the manufacturer of seats for their joint efforts to provide us with a pleasant spectator experience.