Galatasary (v Fenerbahce 2011) – 131.8 decibels – Continuing the Turkish theme of fervent support, Gala fans held the official Guinness world record until recently.
10. Arsenal – 77 decibels* – click the arrow above, right, to see which clubs' fans were ever louder!
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West Ham fans – 152 decibels – Click the arrow above, right, to see which club boasts the Premier League's loudest fans. 20. 18. Liverpool fans – 153 decibels – Click the arrow above ...
Making up the Champions League of fan support are a few surprises; Spurs, Stokealona and West Bromwich Albion. Who knew the Baggies had anything to cheer about? Coming top of the pile is Manchester United, with a combined home and away noise level of 167dB.
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Its current capacity is 49,000, although the fans make it seem like there are lot more. When ultimate rival River Plate comes to visit for the Superclásico, it’s one of the loudest, rowdiest gatherings of people anywhere on the planet. Şükrü Saracoğlu Stadium (Istanbul, Turkey)
We have compiled the top 5 loudest away fans in England across the leagues. Beers, bust ups and chants combined, nothing beats an away day and we want to hear, which fans have been the loudest at your ground?#5 Manchester United#4 Portsmouth FC#3 Sheffield United#2 Aston Villa#1 Leeds UnitedDon't forget to check out our store for all the latest club related and general away day shirts including our new NO PYRO NO PARTY shirt!
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Husky Stadium (Washington) Advertisement. Washington’s stadium is built to hold noise in. The bulk of the fans are located under cantilevered roofs that keep in the noise. Back in 1992, ESPN measured Husky Stadium’s volume at 133.6 decibels, which was the loudest recorded volume at a college stadium at the time.