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Forbes lists Dallas Cowboys as most valuable team again

Forbes lists Dallas Cowboys as most valuable team again

For the second straight year in a row, the Dallas Cowboys football organization has been named the most valuable teams in sports by Forbes. The Cowboys reclaim their throne on the top of the list with the club being valued at $4.2 billion, $200 million higher than last year. For the first time in the Forbes’ annual list’s history, a soccer club did not get included in the top 2 as the New York Yankees claimed #2 at $3.7 billion.

The rest of the top-10 is listed below:

2017
Rank
Team Owner Current Value
($bil)
2016 Rank Sport
1 Dallas Cowboys Jerry Jones $4.20 1 NFL
2 New York Yankees Steinbrenner Family 3.70 4 MLB
3 Manchester United Glazer family 3.69 5 Soccer
4 Barcelona Club members 3.64 3 Soccer
5 Real Madrid Club members 3.58 2

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