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What is the sound of a full stadium, cheering a goal/point/touchdown, in the championship match?

Asked by rebbel (35549points) October 20th, 2019

A stadium full of spectators, that is.
How would you write that sound down?
What do you hear?

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KNOWITALL's avatar

Arrowhead during a KC Chiefs game. Loudest in America.

To me it sounds as big as cicadas on a summer night, just synchronized music.

SEKA's avatar

“Deafening roar” are the words that cone into my mind

LuckyGuy's avatar

The “roar of the crowd”.

ucme's avatar

A cacophony of sound.
I support Leeds United & went to the game yesterday with my daughter, it was the club’s 100th birthday on thursday & this match was the official centenary fixture.
Load of pre match celebrations included legendary players from our past being introduced to a full stadium, 35,731 to be precise, the highest attendance so far this season.
We won the game to round off a fantastic day, the crowd were thunderously loud as always, we’re considered some of the best fans in the country…MOT.

lucillelucillelucille's avatar

RAHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!! or owh if they’re losing.

ucme's avatar

@lucillelucillelucille Nah, we Englishers yell “HOORAH!!!” when we’re winning & “Dash it all to smithereens” when losing…it’s in our genes you see.

lucillelucillelucille's avatar

@ucme No variations afforded to different dialects?

ucme's avatar

@lucillelucillelucille Surprisingly not, just add a stiff upper lip.

lucillelucillelucille's avatar

@ucme – Covered in scrumpy foam? Woo-hoo!

ucme's avatar

@lucillelucillelucille Oooh, you saucy mare!

lucillelucillelucille's avatar

@ucme I got a chance to try it recently.

Pinguidchance's avatar

It’s a wave that hits you just before you hear it and release the adrenaline and endorphins.


YEA verily.

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