Two NFL franchises don’t make the Forbes list “The World’s 50 Most Valuable Sports Teams 2013”

July 16, 2013

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Two NFL franchises don’t make the Forbes list “The World’s 50 Most Valuable Sports Teams 2013″

NFL

The Dallas Cowboys are the only NFL franchise in the top 5 of the annual Forbes list, which was released on Monday. The Cowboys have been the most valuable NFL franchise since 2007 due to sponsorships and premium seating revenues.

Dallas Cowboys

The Carolina Panthers are the most valuable NFC South team in the NFL and, among all sports teams, the 26th most valuable in the world. The Carolina Panthers are valued at $1.048 billion.

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The NFL’s most valuable teams 2013

NFC

NFC NFL Franchise Value Rank
East
Dallas Cowboys $2.1 billion 5
New York Giants $1.468 billion 9
Philadelphia Eagles $1.26 billion 15
Washington Redskins $1.6 billion 8
North Chicago Bears $1.19 billion 16
Detroit Lions $855 million 43
Green Bay Packers $1.161 billion 18
Minnesota Vikings $975 million 35
South Atlanta Falcons $837 million 44
Carolina Panthers $1.048 billion 26
New Orleans Saints $971 million 36
Tampa Bay Buccaneers $1.033 billion 28
West Arizona Cardinals $922 million 39
St. Louis Rams 51
San Francisco 49ers $1.175 billion 17
Seattle Seahawks $1.04 billion 27

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AFL

AFL NFL Franchise Value Rank
East Buffalo Bills $805 million 46
Miami Dolphins $1.06 billion 25
New England Patriots $1.635 billion 6
New York Jets $1.284 billion 14
North Baltimore Ravens $1.157 billion 19
Cincinnati Bengals $871 million 42
Cleveland Browns $987 million 34
Pittsburgh Steelers $1.1 billion 24
South Houston Texans $1.305 billion 13
Indianapolis Colts $1.154 billion 20
Jacksonville Jaguars 52
Tennessee Titans $1.011 billion 29
West Denver Broncos $1.132 billion 22
Kansas City Chiefs $1.008 billion 30
Oakland Raiders $785 million 50
San Diego Chargers $936 million 38

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NFL franchises 

Franchise Value Rank
Dallas Cowboys $2.1 billion 5
New England Patriots $1.635 billion 6
Washington Redskins $1.6 billion 8
New York Giants $1.468 billion 9
Houston Texans $1.305 billion 13
New York Jets $1.284 billion 14
Philadelphia Eagles $1.26 billion 15
Chicago Bears $1.19 billion 16
San Francisco 49ers $1.175 billion 17
Green Bay Packers $1.161 billion 18
Baltimore Ravens $1.157 billion 19
Indianapolis Colts $1.154 billion 20
Denver Broncos $1.132 billion 22
Pittsburgh Steelers $1.1 billion 24
Miami Dolphins $1.06 billion 25
Carolina Panthers $1.048 billion 26
Seattle Seahawks $1.04 billion 27
Tampa Bay Buccaneers $1.033 billion 28
Tennessee Titans $1.011 billion 29
Kansas City Chiefs $1.008 billion 30
Cleveland Browns $987 million 34
Minnesota ViKings $975 million 35
New Orleans Saints $971 million 36
San Diego Chargers $936 million 38
Arizona Cardinals $922 million 39
Cincinnati Bengals $871 million 42
Detroit Lions $855 million 43
Atlanta Falcons $837 million 44
Buffalo Bills $805 million 46
Oakland Raiders $785 million 50

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The World’s 50 Most Valuable Sports Teams 2013

Franchise Value Rank
Real Madrid $3.3 billion 1
Manchester United $3.165 billion 2
Barcelona $2.6 billion 3
New York Yankees $2.3 billion 4
Dallas Cowboys $2.1 billion 5
New England Patriots $1.635 billion 6
Los Angeles Dodgers $1.615 billion 7
Washington Redskins $1.6 billion 8
New York Giants $1.468 billion 9
Arsenal $1.326 billion 10
Boston Red Sox $1.312 billion 11
Bayern Munich $1.309 billion 12
Houston Texans $1.305 billion 13
New York Jets $1.284 billion 14
Philadelphia Eagles $1.26 billion 15
Chicago Bears $1.19 billion 16
San Francisco 49ers $1.175 billion 17
Green Bay Packers $1.161 billion 18
Baltimore Ravens $1.157 billion 19
Indianapolis Colts $1.154 billion 20
Ferrari $1.15 billion 21
Denver Broncos $1.132 billion 22
New York Knicks $1.1 billion 23
Pittsburgh Steelers $1.1 billion 24
Miami Dolphins $1.06 billion 25
Carolina Panthers $1.048 billion 26
Seattle Seahawks $1.04 billion 27
Tampa Bay Buccaneers $1.033 billion 28
Tennessee Titans $1.011 billion 29
Kansas City Chiefs $1.008 billion 30
Chicago Cubs $1 billion 31
Los Angeles Lakers $1 billion 31
Toronto Maple leafs $1 billion 31
Cleveland Browns $987 million 34
Minnesota ViKings $975 million 35
New Orleans Saints $971 million 36
AC Milan $945 million 37
San Diego Chargers $936 million 38
Arizona Cardinals $922 million 39
Chelsea $901 million 40
Philadelphia Phillies $893 million 41
Cincinnati Bengals $871 million 42
Detroit Lions $855 million 43
Atlanta Falcons $837 million 44
New York Mets $811 million 45
Buffalo Bills $805 million 46
Chicago Bulls $800 million 47
McLaren $800 million 47
San Francisco Giants $786 million 49
Oakland Raiders $785 million 50

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Major League Baseball (MLB)

MLB

Franchise Value Rank
New York Yankees $2.3 billion 4
Los Angeles Dodgers $1.615 billion 7
Boston Red Sox $1.312 billion 11
Chicago Cubs $1 billion 31
Philadelphia Phillies $893 million 41
New York Mets $811 million 45
San Francisco Giants $786 million 49

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National Basketball Association (NBA)

NBA

Franchise Value Rank
New York Knicks $1.1 billion 23
Los Angeles Lakers $1 billion 31
Chicago Bulls $800 million 47

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