AGH scientists measured the level of cheering at the Wisla-Legia match

The volume level of cheering during Sunday’s Wisla-Legia match in Krakow was measured by scientists from the AGH University of Science and Technology. The results, which will serve scientific work, will be announced on November 2 on the Internet.

33,000 came to Wisla Stadium for the game. fanoin Wisla Krakow (Legia fans were forbidden to go to the match in Krakow) – means a record in terms of attendance at a league match of the club, in its reconstructed stadium.

AGH scientists recorded more than 100 decibels (dB(A)) during the match. – The exact figures will be announced on November 2 on the ProperSound popular science channel on YouTube – announced Marcin Zastawnik, whoory conducts a study together with Bartlomiej Kukulski.

As he noted, the research will be all the more interesting because in Poland there are no requirements for permissible decibel levels during mass events, as these events are „unusual”. Abroad, on the other hand, e.g. in Germany – moscientist w – such standards are set.

Scientists tested the volume of cheering, using special equipment, in four areas of the Wisla stadium, ktoa match was played, and one point was outside the stadium. The points were at turf level and in the audience.

– We want to check how noisy it actually is at the biggest matches, and such was certainly the Wisla-Legia match – Zastawnik told PAP.

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