A FOOTBALL fan has revealed how she can watch live Premier League games from her own flat – but there's a downside.
Noemi Oberhauser, 23, rents out her two-bedroom flat for £1,200 a month – and it comes with a staggering view of West London's Gtech Community Stadium, home of Brentford FC.
The singer-songwriter can see almost the entire pitch from her flat – with the football fan loving to cheer on Brentford with her mates after moving in last October.
And she saves hundreds thanks to her flat's location as an East Stand season ticket can cost up to £449.
Speaking to the Mirror, Noemi said: "I never watched football before. Now I'm a huge Brentford fan.
"I love this apartment."
But the football fan revealed the flat does have one downside – that the net closest to her is blocked out.
It means she misses a goal or two.
The downside doesn't phase her though – with the football fan saying she simply switches on the TV to see the blocked goal.
Thanks to her flat, the young woman can watch stars like Bryan Mbeumo.
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She also now has binoculars to watch the action, just as if she was in the stands herself.
Noemi added: "My friends think it's cool."
She's not the only football fan to love living next to a football stadium in the UK.
Those living next to the Ashton Gate Stadium, home of Bristol City Football Club have revealed how crowds descend on their homes.
Whenever a goal is scored roars from the football stadium echo around the streets.
And many locals said they were forced to park their car somewhere else on match day – but the upside was free tickets to concerts.
Josh Bennett, 28, told The Sun: "I sometimes have to move my car when there’s a game on and there’s often a heavy police presence with horses.
“But it’s a novelty rather than an inconvenience and I love the nice vibe we get from there always being something going on.”
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