Dallas most valuable NFL franchise for 11th year in row

Joy Montgomery
September 20, 2017

The value of the Dallas Cowboys has increased by 14 percent in the a year ago to reach $4.8 billion. Yes, you read it right, the Cowboys are on top of the world! On the National Football League list, they're followed by the New England Patriots ($3.7 billion), New York Giants ($3.3 billion), and Washington Redskins ($3.1 billion).

Let's talk numbers again!

Forbes calculated the Jaguars' value at $2.075 billion as of September 2017.

It seems that the trick to increasing your team's value is to open a new stadium.

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The team has jumped in value six percent as compared to 2016. Only the Buffalo Bills at $1.6 billion carry a lower value.

The Cowboys, heavily beaten 42-17 at the Denver Broncos on Sunday to fall to 1-1 this season, are up 14 per cent with profits of $350million, according to Forbes, "thanks to a booming merchandise business and the revenue opportunities at their new practice facility, The Star". So, as with the team's playoff drought, there's always hope for next year. They moved into a $1.5 billion all-new stadium and they are $16 per cent more valuable than they were a year ago.

The New York Yankees are second on the overall list at $3.7 billion, then European soccer teams round out the top five: England's Manchester United at $3.69 billion, then Spanish powers Barcelona ($3.64 billion) and Real Madrid ($3.58 billion).

San Francisco ($3 billion) rounded out the teams worth at least $3 billion. Are Americans giving away too much money to sports franchises?

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