Football fans have the chance to prove they were one of the lucky spectators at the final of the FIFA Confederations Cup between host Brazil and Spain on Sunday 30 June at the iconic Maracana stadium in Rio de Janeiro.

Fans should be in their seats just prior to kickoff to participate when an ultra high-definition, 360-degree photo is taken of the crowd.

When visiting on the day following the game, fans are able to "step inside" the 360-degree gigapixel image and look around, as if they were standing on the field for a frozen moment of time. The resolution is so high that fans are able to zoom in with incredible detail to find themselves or friends, "tag" themselves in the photo, and share via email, Facebook and Twitter. Fans can even zoom around the stadium to see who else was in the stands.

In addition, fans have the chance to highlight which team they are supporting.

Make sure to check back on to have an incredibly detailed look around the Maracana on Monday.