Over a period of time, the football facilities and infrastructures have changed though the mindset of the fans remains the same for generations. The new stadiums are next to perfection with playing surfaces resembling a snooker table, and the golden era of mud and grass playfield have become extinct. Needless to say, the skills of the players have improved dramatically thanks to their fitness regime that makes the game far more exciting and nail biting during the modern days. The stadiums have been technologically improvised to offer a better view of the game.
Another major issue that hogs football fans who visit stadiums to experience a match is whether to stand or sit. While most fans watch the match standing, though against the law, there are serious anti-social observations, cited researchers. Despite the law states that fans have to be seated during a match, the risk lies when a greater number of spectators decide to watch the match standing. While smaller crowd preferring to stand could be dealt but if most of the spectators prefer to sit this could encourage fellow supporters also to follow suit.
Often during matches it happens that fans waste time locating their seats and half the time end up seated on the wrong seats leading to confusion. In most cases, the fans are not seated even though when it is rightfully theirs and jump up on every given occasion. It has become the unwritten code while watching any match that you have to stand up all the time whether a goal has been hit or missed.