Top-10 Loudest NFL Stadiums Ranked In 2020

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Which are the loudest NFL stadiums?

If there’s one thing we’re going to miss about this NFL season, it’s the fans and the crowds in the stadiums.

The architectural design and sports monuments are built in no small number to receive many people in each game that the host team plays at home.

Suppose any characteristic gives added value to going to the stadium over watching a game on television. In that case, it is, without a doubt, the atmosphere and heat generated in the stands.

The fans also play a significant role in each game, as the loud noise can cause errors in the opposing offenses’ calls.

If you’ve ever wondered what the loudest NFL stadiums are, then you’re in the right place because they’ll be featured below:

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Ranking The Loudest NFL Stadiums

10. Gillette Stadium (New England Patriots)

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Over the last years, this stadium has produced several quarterbacks rated as the best in America. Little wonder why fans will troop in their numbers to feel the joy and excitement of the game.

The fans here in this stadium are never dull, and that is why they are here on this list. With constant cheering and happiness for their home team. 

9. AT&T Stadium (Dallas Cowboys)

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Presently in America, the AT&T Stadium, popularly known as JerryWorld, is the most luxEnthusiastsus. Fans troops into this stadium weekly to witness games and enjoy its modern facilities such as free and fast Wi-Fi, among others.

The Ariel view of this stadium is merely fantastic to the eyes. It took over $1.3 billion spent to complete this stadium. Apart from the beautiful and its vast size, fans over here have cultivated a heavy intensity at AT&T Stadium with loud cheers

8. Heinz Field (Pittsburgh Steelers)

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This stadium is one of the most beautiful and loudest stadiums in Ohio state. No wonder fans talk about this beautiful field and well design seats. This stadium has enjoyed a lot of super Bowls final over the last decades. 

7. US Bank Stadium (Minnesota Vikings)

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After the expansion in 2016, the Minnesota Vikings home with over 65,000 seats has brandished itself as one of the families of terror to the opposition. The sound alone from this stadium can deafen the ear of someone.

The joy and excitement in the stadium after its completion is always the talk of the town. With 1,200 HD flat-screen televisions and some of the seats are very close to the field.

6. Lucas Oil Stadium (Indianapolis Colts)

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After the renovation of this stadium in 2009, with over $730 million, this stadium has housed the Indianapolis Colts. Its fans are one of the most supportive and wildest in America today.

Their shout alone can scare the opposite team.

While the Lucas stadium has been accused several times of using artificial crowd noise, yet it does not remove the fact that their roaring fans make their club the king.  

5. State Farm Stadium (Arizona Cardinals)

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If the Arizona Cardinals team has not left us to owe something, it is an excellent stadium atmosphere.

It may be that they have not had the best performances or that the fans expect a Super Bowl like Kurt Warner’s, but whatever happens, every weekend, 65,000 people go to support the Cardinals in their games.

The approximate decibel record is about 130, which is highly commendable for a stadium with 10 percent less capacity than those previously mentioned.

4. Lambeau Field (Green Bay Packers)

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The Packers fans are one of the loudest in the league. Although their merit of getting on the list is not because of their large stadium of 80 thousand spaces.

This stadium is also called the city with the least population. The Lambeau reached a record of 123 decibels in 2012, with the stadium full.

The city of Green Bay has only 104,000 inhabitants, which gives us in calculations that 80 percent of the population attends every two weeks to support what is probably the most emblematic team in the NFL. 

3. Mercedes Benz Superdome (New Orleans Saints)

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We finally have a dome on this list, and it couldn’t be other than the home of the New Orleans Saints. In 2014 the fans of this team set out to break the Seahawks record set in 2013.

Its capacity of 74,000 fans seemed to be enough for this to happen, and the fact that the stadium is closed was tempting to be an advantage at the moment. That the noise concentrates.

However, no matter how hard they tried, the record did not exceed 126 decibels, which is not bad, but the goal was a little far off.

2. Arrowhead Stadium (Kansas City Chiefs)

This stadium held the Guinness Record for the most decibels achieved in a football game. Those from Missouri hit 142.2 decibels in a 2014 match.

The Red Tide Stadium is one of the most iconic in the entire United States, as it is home to one of the most iconic football teams in the country.

The Kansas City fans are one of the most loyal in the league, and they show it every week by filling the capacity of more than 76 thousand seats that the ‘Punta de Flecha’ stadium has.

As fans are known, the red tide has a famous chant that they use every week to cheer on the players. 

1. Centurylink Field (Seattle Seahawks)

The Seahawk fans call themselves ‘Player number 12’, and that is just saying it lightly. With what we’ve seen so far, every single one of them acts as if they are.

Since the 2013 season, the Seahawks fans have been one roaring thunder in every game, with the noise reached up to 137 decibels. The amount of noise made in that stadium is similar to that of an airplane that is going to take off.

The stadium design is made so that noise is concentrated, and the fans are also tasked with producing it when the opposing offense is on the field. The Century Link supports 72 thousand fans, and an empty seat is hard to find.

Final Words

Hope you enjoyed our article about the loudest NFL stadiums in North America.

We sure have missed cheering our favorite teams right from the stands.

But there is one thing we can be sure of, whether it takes a month, or a whole year the fans will fill these stadiums once again to enjoy their favorite game once again.

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