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Most Valuable Sports Teams in the World

The Dallas Cowboys were once again named the most valuable team in the world by Forbes magazine. The list put the Cowboys at $4.8 billion, a 14% increase from last year. Rounding out the top five were three soccer teams — Manchester United ($4.123B), Real Madrid ($4.088B) and FC Barcelona ($4.064B) — and the New York Yankees. The Cowboys were also atop the list in 2017.

Here’s the top 50:

1. Dallas Cowboys, $4.8 billion (NFL)
2. Manchester United, $4.123 billion (Soccer)
3. Real Madrid, $4.09 billion (Soccer)
4. Barcelona, $4.064 billion (Soccer)
5. New York Yankees, $4 billion (MLB)
6. New England Patriots, $3.7 billion (NFL)
7. New York Knicks, $3.6 billion (NBA)
8. Los Angeles Lakers, $3.3 billion (NBA)
8. New York Giants, $3.3 billion (NFL)
10. Golden State Warriors, $3.1 billion (NBA)
10. Washington Redskins, $3.1 billion (NFL)
12. Bayern Munich, $3.063 billion (Soccer)
13. San Francisco 49ers, $3.05 billion (NFL)
14. Los Angeles Dodgers, $3 billion (MLB)
14. Los Angeles Rams, $3 billion (NFL)
16. Chicago Cubs, $2.9 billion (MLB)
17. San Francisco Giants, $2.85 billion (MLB)
17. Chicago Bears, $2.85 billion (NFL)
19. Boston Red Sox, $2.8 billion (MLB)
19. Houston Texans, $2.8 billion (NFL)
21. New York Jets, $2.75 billion (NFL)
22. Philadelphia Eagles, $2.65 billion (NFL)
23. Chicago Bulls, $2.6 billion (NBA)
23. Denver Broncos, $2.6 billion (NFL)
25. Miami Dolphins, $2.575 billion (NFL)
26. Green Bay Packers, $2.55 billion (NFL)
27. Boston Celtics, $2.5 billion (NBA)
27. Baltimore Ravens, $2.5 billion (NFL)
29. Atlanta Falcons, $2.475 billion (NFL)
30. Manchester City, $2.474 billion (Soccer)
31. Pittsburgh Steelers, $2.45 billion (NFL)
32. Seattle Seahawks, $2.425 billion (NFL)
33. Minnesota Vikings, $2.4 billion (NFL)
34. Oakland Raiders, $2.38 billion (NFL)
35. Indianapolis Colts, $2.375 billion (NFL)
36. Brooklyn Nets, $2.3 billion (NBA)
36. Carolina Panthers, $2.3 billion (NFL)
38. Los Angeles Chargers, $2.275 billion (NFL)
39. Arsenal, $2.238 billion (Soccer)
40. Houston Rockets, $2.2 billion (NBA)
41. Los Angeles Clippers, $2.15 billion (NBA)
41. Arizona Cardinals, $2.15 billion (NFL)
43. New York Mets, $2.1 billion (MLB)
43. Kansas City Chiefs, $2.1 billion (NFL)
45. Jacksonville Jaguars, $2.075 billion (NFL)
46. Chelsea, $2.062 billion (Soccer)
47. Tennessee Titans, $2.05 billion (NFL)
48. New Orleans Saints, $2 billion (NFL)
49. Tampa Bay Buccaneers, $1.975 billion (NFL)
50. Cleveland Browns, $1.95 billion (NFL)