So Apparently This Is A Thing Now: Chiefs Break Guinness Stadium Decibel Record
Let the record show that the Volume Wars are at 11 ... and the Kansas City Chiefs are the current record-holders, according to CBS. Chiefs fans registered 137.5 decibels, reportedly, during their game with the visiting Raiders today, breaking the record of 136.6 set by the Seahawks. And that broke their own record of 131.9, which broke the record of 13.76 by the Turkish soccer club Galatasaray S.K.
A three-way noise rivalry, and Philadelphia or Boston's not involved? Weird.
Anyway. I guess this is a thing now. Like The Wave.
Well Chiefs just broke the world record for arena decibel levels. Crowd volume was 137 decibles. Just 3 decibels below a jet engine.
— Hy-Tekk Productions (@Hy_Tekk) October 13, 2013
A representative from the Guinness Book of World Records will be on hand to see if the Arrowhead crowd can surpass 136.6 decibels, the month-old record that shattered the previous mark of 131.9 set by ... the 12th man earlier in that 49ers-Seahawks game. Previously, fans of Turkish soccer club Galatasaray S.K held the record of 131.76 decibels, set in March 28, 2011,"CBS Sports said.
ITS OFFICIAL! ARROWHEAD IS LOUDEST STADIUM IN THE WORLD WITH NEW RECORD OF 137.5 DECIBLES!!!
— Chiefs360 (@Chiefs360) October 13, 2013
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