They were lucky enough to win a trip to Paris to catch one Euro 2016 game live - and even luckier that it turned out to be the highest-scoring match of the tournament so far.
Simon Yeo, general manager of QS Asia, a higher education company, and his 11-year-old son Josh, winners of the Uefa Euro Consumer Programme organised by Continental Tyres and Stamford Tyres, were treated to a feast of goals on Sunday night.
The pair were in the French capital over the weekend, and the highlight was watching the hosts thrash Iceland 5-2 in their quarter-final at the Stade de France.
It was the first Euro game with seven goals since the Netherlands beat Yugoslavia 6-1 in 2000 in the last eight in Rotterdam.
"It's just amazing. I couldn't believe it when they first called to inform me that I was the winner. All thanks to Stamford Tyres and Continental," Yeo told The Straits Times yesterday.
"We watched the France-Iceland quarter-final and my son Josh was extremely excited and happy to watch the match live.
"It's going to be a very memorable trip for us."
For Josh, being able to immerse in the atmosphere and the hype of an Iceland match - witnessing the team's war cry which had become a viral sensation during the tournament - was an experience he will cherish for a lifetime.
"It's a privilege to see rising stars Iceland in real-time action with hosts France. David v Goliath!" he said.
"The atmosphere was simply amazing. The fans of both teams were just unbelievable, cheering for their teams non-stop," added Yeo.
The pair went on a cruise on the Seine river and also enjoyed gourmet fare at Salon des Vedettes.