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.
So just how loud was the Inönü Stadium in Istanbul on Tuesday? The noise generated by Beşiktaş JK fans has been recorded at 132 decibels, the equivalent to a plane at take off, and Manchester United FC goalkeeper Ben Foster was certainly blown away by the experience. "It was deafening. There was a point in the second half when I couldn't hear myself think, it was that loud," he said after United's 1-0 win. ©UEFA.com 1998-2011. All rights reserved.
Guiness officials attended Glatasaray Football Clubs TT Arena (Ali Sami Yen Sport complex) stadium on 18 March 2011 and recorded the noise level as 131.76. However Besiktas stadium is only takes 28.000 people whilst Galatsaray stadium is more then the double.
Autzen's 59,000 strong make the Big House collectively sound like a pathetic whimper. It's louder than any place I've ever been, and that includes "The Swamp" at Florida, "The Shoe" in Columbus and "Death Valley" at Louisiana State. Autzen Stadium is where great teams go to die.
J. Brady McCollough -The Michigan Daily-
first of all the question is "what is the loudest stadium" not "which stadium had the loudest game" and the answer to that is LSU's Tiger Stadium. ask any college coach or player and they will tell you LSU is absolutely the loudest stadium. this is the only place every other school is scared to go to! so why everyone talks about that one game there stadium had LSU is like that EVERY week. and if you want to talk about a single game you need to talk about Oct. 8, 1988 at LSU when Tommy Hodson threw a game winning pass to Edddie Fuller, and the crowd was so loud and football drunk it registered on the Richter scale! that's right football nation LSU fans created a earthquake!
Actually on the contrary, Husky Stadium in Seattle recorded the loudest db level in College football history in a game against Nebraska in 1991, the year the University of Washington won the National Championship.....
"During televised games, it has become so loud that the cameras shake. During the 1992 night game against the Nebraska Cornhuskers, ESPN measured the noise level at 135 decibels, well above the threshold of pain). This was the highest decibel level ever recorded for a college football stadium."
Autzen Stadium in Eugene is the second highest ever recorded at a Ducks game at 127 db....
Allen Fieldhouse at the University of Kansas hit 127 decibels when Kansas played Missouri on 2/25/12.
Chicago stadium is the loudest stadium in hockey.
arguably the loudest in the nation due to its vertical structure and having the largest percentage of student tickets in the nation (the student section occupies close to 30% of the stadium).
We can shout the loudest! The loudest part of the audience at the stadium was the home team's section.
The one that fell...
The Pennsylvania State University's Beaver Stadium. 110,000
TCF Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota, home of the University of Minnesota Golden Gophers
Franklin Field, University of Pennsylvania, 1895
1) Beaver Stadium (Penn State) 2) Michigan Stadium (Michigan) 3) Ohio Stadium (Ohio State) 4) Neyland Stadium (Tennessee) 5) Soldier Field (Notre Dame v. USC - 1929) 6) Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum (Notre Dame v. USC - 1947) 7) Rose Bowl 8) JFK Stadium, also known as Municipal Stadium and Philadephia Stadium (Army v. Navy)
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The Husky Stadium is located in the University of Washington in Seattle. The Husky Stadium is thought to be one of the loudest stadiums in the United States of America.
The stadium is named "Aloha Stadium" even tho the state has no football team, the field is used for local sporting events for the islands local college's and High/Elementary Schools and is also sometimes used for NFL sporting events.