When watching a game at a stadium, we tend to focus on what is happening on the field. In 19.812 Seats, Lou Top turns the attention onto the spectators, claiming the audience to be equally integral to the game as the players themselves. A wall of people turning their backs to the city, the stadium is a closed ring of amplified emotions. Top traces the game from the moment the ticket is purchased, through the making of signs and banners, and the buying of crates of beer. The rising anticipation leads to an explosive release of emotions that takes place in the stadium, making it an experience like no other.