1. Tiger Stadium - LSU
You’ll struggle to find a more raucous crowd anywhere than Death Valley. The fans here are so loud that, in 1988, they managed to register an earthquake on the Louisiana Geological Survey seismograph.
2. Ben Hill Griffin Stadium - Florida
Tigers fans aren’t the only ones in the SEC that get incredibly loud in support of their team; Gator fans also know how to get behind their team. The crowds here can exceed 90,000s fans, all of whom come ready to cheer.
3. Arrowhead Stadium - Kansas City Chiefs
Arrowhead Stadium holds the record for the loudest stadium having recorded a noise level of 142.2 decibels.
4. Ohio Stadium - Ohio State
The fact it holds over 100,000 fans and the fact that Buckeyes fans are some of the most dedicated in the nation makes The Horseshoe one of the toughest places in the country for opposing teams to play.
5. CenturyLink Field - Seattle Seahawks
CenturyLink Field is designed to hold in the crowd noise and has a very steep upper deck meaning fans are closer to the field than almost anywhere else in the NFL. If you’re looking for a loud NFL atmosphere than Seattle is the place to be.
6. Beaver Stadium - Penn State
Famous for its White Out games, Penn State’s Beaver Stadium can get quite loud thanks to the 105,000 Nittany Lions fans that show up to Happy Valley on game days.
7. Autzen Stadium - Oregon
Not only are the fans inside Autzen Stadium, which is also known as Autzen Zoo, some of the craziest in all of college football, the stadium’s design also aids in keeping the noise.
8. U.S. Bank Stadium - Minnesota Vikings
The Metrodome was one of the loudest stadiums in the NFL, so it should come as no surprise that its successor is also one of the loudest. The new stadium’s roof is even engineered to be louder than the Metrodome’s.
9. Memorial Stadium - Clemson
It should come as no surprise that things can get quite loud when you’ve got 80,000 fans decked out in orange. Clemson even set the record for loudest stadium in 2007 with a noise level of 133 decibels.
10. Neyland Stadium - Tennessee
Over 102,000 Vols fans give their all to cheer on the Vols on game day making Neyland Stadium one of the loudest in the country.
11. Superdome - New Orleans Saints
Like most domed stadiums in the NFL, the Superdome is incredibly loud. Saints fans cheer hard for their team and are especially partial to the famous “Who Dat” chant.
12. Rogers Centre - Toronto Blue Jays
Skydome is one of only a few baseball stadiums to appear on the list. The stadium benefits from having a retractable roof that when closed can cause it to get quite loud inside, particularly in the postseason.
13. Lane Stadium - Virginia Tech
The outstanding sound system and boisterous crowd make the 66,000 fan Lane Stadium feel much bigger thanks to how loud it can get.
14. Sanford Stadium - Georgia
Between the Hedges more like Between the Megaphones, 90,000 Dawgs fans make Sanford Stadium one of the toughest places for opponents to play.
15. Camp Randall Stadium - Wisconsin
Camp Randall Stadium holds over 80,000 fans on game days. Combine that with traditions that get fans cheering and out of their seats, like “Jump Around,” and you’ve got one of the loudest stadiums in the country.
16. Citizens Bank Park - Philadelphia Phillies
Phillies fans have a reputation as some of the rowdiest in baseball, so it should come as no surprise that Citizens Bank Park can rock in the playoffs.
17. Gillette Stadium - New England Patriots
Pats fans have had a lot to cheer about in recent years and when you combine that cheering with a stadium that holds noise well you get one of the loudest venues in the NFL.
18. Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum - USC & LA Rams
The Coliseum seats 93,000 fans on game day meaning you’ll hear plenty of noise when attending a Trojans game.
19. Michigan Stadium - Michigan
Michigan Stadium is the largest stadium in the country with a capacity of 107,601, so it should come as no surprise that The Big House is one of the loudest stadiums in the country.
20. Kyle Field - Texas A&M
Aggies fans have earned the title of the “12th Man” through their loud cheering and incredible fan support.
21. Kinnick Stadium - Iowa
Every game day you’ll hear a deafening sound coming from Kinnick Stadium as fans come from all over the state to cheer on their Hawkeyes.
22. Lambeau Field - Green Bay Packers
Lambeau Field is not only one of the most historic stadiums in the NFL but also one of the loudest. Packers fans play a significant role in making Lambeau one of the best gameday experiences in the NFL.
23. Bryant-Denny Stadium - Alabama
Not only is Bryant-Denny Stadium deafening but the constant waving of the poms can be quite disorienting for visiting players.
24. Carrier Dome - Syracuse
Whether it’s football or basketball, Orange fans make sure that the Carrier Dome is one of the toughest places for opponents to play.
25. Doak Campbell Stadium - Florida State
All throughout the Florida State campus you’ll hear the echo of the Seminole War Chant thanks to over 80,000 ‘Noles fans packing Doak Campbell Stadium.