Skip to content
Dallas Cowboys named most valuable sports franchise with $7.64 billion

Jerry Jones said he would never sell the Dallas Cowboys. If he changed his mind, Sportico valued him at $7.64 billion, making him the most valuable franchise in all of sports.

According to Sportico, the Cowboys have a $630 million advantage over the second-placed New York Yankees.

Sportico’s calculations are derived from interviews with over 30 bankers, lawyers, team managers, owners, consultants as well as public records involved in the sport. The average NFL franchise is worth $4.1 billion, up 18% from last year.

The Denver Broncos were sold to family-owned Walton-Penner Group for $4.65 billion, sources say. The sale should be approved at the next owners’ meeting. The award is a record paid for a North American sports franchise.

Sixteen NFL franchises have been valued at at least $4 billion, compared to seven in other American sports leagues, including four in the NBA and three in MLB.

The total value of NFL franchises, which include team-related businesses and owner-owned real estate, is $132 billion, according to Sportico.

The Cowboys, Los Angeles Rams, and New England Patriots have real estate developments and other businesses that have made them the three most popular teams in the NFL. The Cowboys started a hospitality business, Legends, with the Yankees, and have partnerships with a number of NFL teams. This offseason, it became the first NFL team to enter into a sponsorship deal with a cryptocurrency company, Blockchain.com.

“Sport may not be for everyone, but for those who love it, it is real breeding ground,” executive vice-chairman Stephen Jones told Sportico. “Whether it’s a Legends platform, a real estate platform, a technology platform, we’ve seen that you can use The Star, Cowboys and sports to really improve business.

Top 10 franchises are Cowboys ($7.64 billion), Los Angeles Rams ($5.91 billion), New England Patriots ($5.88 billion), Giants New York ($5.73 billion), San Francisco 49ers ($5.18 billion), Chicago Bears ($5.88 billion). billion), New York Jets ($4.8 billion), Washington Commanders ($4.78 billion), Philadelphia Eagles ($4.7 billion) and Broncos ($4.65 billion). dollars).

The Cincinnati Bengals, who made it to the Super Bowl last season, are the lowest valued franchise at $2.84 billion.

espn

Not all news on the site expresses the point of view of the site, but we transmit this news automatically and translate it through programmatic technology on the site and not from a human editor.