If you mean the monotonous noise that sounds like a swarm of bees, those are vuvuzelas.
the noise is a Vuvuzela, which the crowds buy outside the stadiums. It makes a buzzing noise when you blow through the horn!
i know, it gets so irritating!
australia, you heard it here 1st
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The phrase "shot heard round the world" is not attributed to a specific person. The "Shot heard 'round the world" is a phrase that has come to represent several historical incidents. Also - the correct word is "heard", as in to hear a noise. "Herd" is a group of animals.
It is called a vuvuzela (vu-vu-zae-la). It is part of their tradition for soccer games.
The vuvuzela! It's a horn the African fans blow for the whole game, no one seems to like it.
A horn type instrument called the vuvuzela.
soccer has a big affect in history. Sience the first world cup many people have never even heard of the sport soccer; and ever science the world cup every member of the there own country suports and cheers for there nation to take the gold home. with out the big turnament people wouldn't ever have found out about soccer
World of Noise was created in 1993.
There is a world soccer monument.
60,356 people are soccer players in the world.
Nikolai Kutsenko juggled a regulation soccer ball for 24 hours and 30 minutes nonstop without the ball touching the ground with feet, legs, and head on December 6, 1995.:)
Chinnaswamy Stadium at Bangalore is the noisiest/loudest cricket ground in the world ....the stands are amazing and retains the noise in the ground ....the 1996 world cup quaterfinal that was played here b/w arch rivals India and Pakistan recorded a deafening 135 db as a peak