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No. 1: Manchester United, Value: $1.83 billion, Revenue: $459 million
No. 2: Dallas Cowboys, Value: $1.65 billion, Revenue: $280 million
No. 3: New York Yankees, Value: $1.6 billion, Revenue: $441 million
No. 4: Washington Redskins, Value: $1.55 billion, Revenue: $345 million
No. 5: New England Patriots, Value: $1.36 billion, Revenue: $302 million
No. 6: Real Madrid, Value: $1.32 billion, Revenue: $563 million
No. 7: New York Giants, Value: $1.18 billion, Revenue: $230 million
No. 8: Arsenal, Value: $1.18 billion, Revenue: $369 million
No. 9: New York Jets, Value: $1.17 billion, Revenue: $227 million
No. 10: Houston Texans, Value: $1.15 billion, Revenue: $256 million

32 NFL teams in top 44
9 soccer (#1 Man U, #5 Real Madrid, #8 Arsenal, #25 Barca, #27 Bayern, #41 Liverpool, #43 Milan, #47 Juve, #48 Chelsea)
5 MLB (#3 Yankees, #35 Red Sox, #38 Mets, #45 Dodgers, #46 Cubs)
2 NBA (#49 Lakers, #50 NYK)
2 Motosport teams (#16 Ferrari, #42: McLearen)
0 NHL

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Fueled by ever-increasing television contracts and by a wave of new, revenue-producing stadiums, today's NFL is collectively worth $33.3 billion, up from $11.6 billion a decade ago, while adding just two teams.

Major League Baseball's 30 clubs are worth a collective $14.1 billion, up from $6.6 billion in 1999. Growth rates are similar in the NBA, to $11.4 billion from $5.3 billion, and in the television-challenged NHL, to $6.6 billion from $3.6 billion.
The World's Most Valuable Teams And Athletes - Forbes.com
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