The loudest fans in the Premier League

05/08/2015  6 Comments  [Jump to last]
This infographic from IHP (Independent Hearing Professionals) shows how Everton fans ranked when it came to passion and noise volumes last season.


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Karl Masters
1 Posted 06/08/2015 at 02:28:49
It would help if we could read it. If guess most Clubs fans are making less noise unless wining something.

All getting older, and at Goodison last season most of us were bored senseless for the majority of a match.

It's an odd situation, second highest average crowd since 1978, yet worst atmosphere since the sparse crowds of the 92-93 season.

Matt Traynor
3 Posted 06/08/2015 at 03:16:30
So we finished above Liverpool!! Maybe our Commercial Department could rush out a CD or something!

To be honest, after last season I'm amazed we finished as high as we did. Obviously booing generates greater decibels than singing...

David S Shaw
4 Posted 06/08/2015 at 10:10:53
Unless they say how they measured it you can't judge it.
Shane Corcoran
5 Posted 06/08/2015 at 10:16:12
Anybody know who wrote the song "Your Support is Fucking Shit"?

A modern day classic.

Gary Mortimer
6 Posted 06/08/2015 at 11:13:42
I assume that is peak loudness rather than average... Old Trafford is deathly when Man U are not winning.

The Palace fans made a racket whatever the score, but I guess the novelty of being in the top flight will soon wear off.

Jim Burns
7 Posted 06/08/2015 at 14:46:50
What a crock of proverbial ! Man Utd with 75,000 plus fans make more noise than grounds with less half that capacity - no shit?

If 75,000 fans in a stadium, simultaneously let loose the quietest of farts, they would probably still make more noise than the bottom three.

Infact - they regularly do.

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