Dallas Cowboys named most valuable sports franchise in the world, per report

There are many questions heading into the Dallas Cowboys season, but one thing cannot be denied: Jerry Jones and company know a thing or two about making money.

New analysis from Sportico finds that the Cowboys are the most valuable sports franchise in the world, with a valuation of $7.64 billion dollars.

The Cowboys are worth $630 million more than the next closest franchise, the New York Yankees.

The Los Angeles Rams were named the second most valuable NFL franchise at a $5.91 billion valuation, according to the report.

The average NFL franchise is worth $4.14 billion, up 18% from last year.

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Jerry Jones bought the Cowboys in 1989 for $150 million.

Most Valuable NFL Franchises

(via Sportico)

  1. Dallas Cowboys  ($7.64 Billion)
  2. Los Angeles Rams ($5.91 Billion)
  3. New England Patriots ($5.88 Billion)
  4. New York Giants ($5.73 Billion)
  5. San Francisco 49ers ($5.18 Billion)
  6. Chicago Bears ($5 Billion)
  7. New York Jets ($4.8 Billion)
  8. Washington Commanders ($4.78 Billion)
  9. Philadelphia Eagles ($4.7 Billion)
  10. Denver Broncos ($4.65 Billion)