One loud stadium in American College Football is Memorial Stadium - aka "Death Valley", in Clemson, South Carolina. Home to the Clemson Tigers, ESPN recorded what was then the highest ever sound of any college football game at 132 db (louder than a fighter jet) in 2005.
Large games at Death Valley easily average up into the 120 decibel range.
Husky stadium has the highest recorded db ever taken in a college football game at 133.6 this was taken by ESPN. No one is louder than sports fans in Seattle.
Seatle, kansas city, minnesota, new orleans, washington
University of Idaho and Syracuse University.
Most college football stadiums.
Michigan Tennessee Penn State LSU Usc
The cost of a college football stadium can vary greatly, depending on what the specifications are for the stadium when it's being built. Some of the most expensive college football stadiums are in the 100 million and up range.
About 109,000 at Ohio State. But it is a soft number as they renumber the bench seats now and then.
it depends on what stadium you are at. Most stadiums vary...also it depends on where you sit.
a bunch a specialy football stadiums a bunch a specialy football stadiums
it depends... football, a certain team, baseball, or all the stadiums in the world?
There are over 113 stadiums for professional sports in Mexico:46 Football (soccer) stadiums27 Baseball stadiums16 auto racing stadiums9 American Football stadiums9 Bullfighting stadiums6 Multi-purpose stadiums
There are 96 official football stadiums in Spain. Apart from these, there are many other unofficial and small stadiums.
no one knows how many football stadiums there are in the world because you would have to go all around the world!
Bryant-Denny and Bill Snyder, possibly jordan-hare? not sure after the first two
people watch football on the TV or in stadiums
yes you can