Last night's Champions League clash between CSKA Moscow and Bayern Munich took place behind closed doors due to the racist behaviour of some of the Russian club's fans during the game against Victoria Plzen in last year's competition.
Undaunted by this blanket ban on all spectators, home or away, an intrepid bunch of 70 or so Bayern fans from supporters' group Red Munich 89 spent a reported "few thousand euros" to rent an office in a high-rise right next to CSKA's Arena Khimki which afforded them a fine view of the action. Luckily for these
nutters dedicated heroes, Bayern ran out 0-1 winners thanks to a Thomas Mueller penalty.
— Club Nr. 12 (@clubnr12) September 30, 2014
To give you an idea of where they were, here's a picture of the stadium with the building in question looming in the background. In fairness, it does have the advantage of heating, as well as no alcohol restrictions or riot police.