La Liga giants Barcelona are the most valuable football teams on the planet, trailed by Real Madrid at a close second. Forbes delivered the World’s Most Valuable Sports Team where the two Spanish clubs wound up in the best five. Forbes valued the Catalans at $4.76bn, while their adversaries Los Blancos were valued at $4.75bn. In general they are fourth and fifth separately in the list.
Forbes Releases List Of Most Valuable Teams In The World
NFL’s Dallas Cowboys bested the list which was published on Friday and the average value of the world’s 50 leading sports teams rose to $3.43bn notwithstanding the COVID-19 pandemic. Forbes said the average value of the world’s 50 most valuable teams on the list was up 11% from a year ago’s ranking. That increment during a year wherein the sporting calendar was overturned because of the pandemic while numerous competitions were held in void scenes was credited to always heightening media rights bargains, Forbes said. The Cowboys, who have topped the list since they unseated Madrid in 2016, were valued at $5.7bn, a 3.6% ascent when contrasted with a year ago.
Significant League Baseball’s New York Yankees ($5.3bn), the National Basketball Association’s New York Knicks ($5bn) and soccer’s Barcelona ($4.76bn) and Madrid ($4.75bn) balanced the main five. The list was comprised of teams from four sports, with the NFL leading the path with 26, trailed by ball (9), football (9) and baseball (6). The full list is as given below.
- Dallas Cowboys (NFL) $5.7bn
- New York Yankees (MLB) $5.25bn
- New York Knicks (NBA) $5bn
- Barcelona (Football) $4.76bn
- Real Madrid (Football) $4.75bn
- Golden State Warriors (NBA) $4.7bn
- Los Angeles Lakers (NBA) $4.6bn
- New England Patriots (NFL) $4.4bn
- New York Giants (NFL) $4.3bn
- Bayern Munich (Football) $4.21bn