Originally posted by wailers15:
lmao hell of a statement....i take it you haven't been out much. I've lived on the East Coast to for a while and experienced some games out east..... Bay Area combined couldn't get louder than an LSU-Florida-Bama game...never. Was at the LSU-Florida game where LSU beat Tebow...fk man loudest place i've ever heard!
Sorry to say but Raider fans can get louder than niner fans...eagle fans are pretty damn loud to. I've been up to seattle for a game, and sorry it's loud. Frisco gets loud, but just falls way way short. And when we get into the new stadium we won't be getting any louder than the stick. $$$$$$$ people don't get that loud lol.
I love our fans but i'm just pointing out the truth. I will give us props though 2 years ago in DC we were louder than the skins fans.
If i had to rank the bay area by terms of loudness: (but we are far from being the loudest fans in all of sports)
1) Raider Games
2) Warrior Games
3) Niner Games
4) A's Games
The Sharks were well known for being the loudest in hockey. I don't know if that's true anymore, as everybody likes to copycat, but they were the loudest for a long time.
The Warriors rock louder (in the right situation) then any other NBA team. Maybe it's because they were so bad for so many years, maybe it's the up-tempo way the team plays, but there is no stadium with more excited fans than the W's.
So with basketball and hockey, we are top three in both.
Baseball is an irrelevant sport for noise.
I hope I never implied that we are louder than college football venues, especially in the SEC.
I don't know why you are ranking the stadiums. Obviously football stadiums hold more people, so they have a chance to be the loudest at the right moments. The 49ers stadium is currently not known to be loud. I know that.
My point is that the NEW stadium will have fans that are plenty loud. We have the fanbase to do it. Right now, the stadium has a lot of people who are not as into the game. People fear it will get worse at the new stadium, I am saying it will get better.