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The Dallas Cowboys remain the world’s most valuable sports franchise at 9.2 billion dollars, even though they have gone 27 years without a Super Bowl in the NFL.
The list was revealed on Tuesday by Sportico, a digital platform of the sports industry, which detailed that in 2022, only for sponsorship, the ‘Lone Star’ pocketed 200 million dollars, while they earned more than 100 million from the sale of tickets to their luxury suites at AT&T Stadium.
The incongruity of this overwhelming financial success for oil businessman Jerry Jones’ squad is that its last Super Bowl was played in the 1995 season, and what makes the franchise even worse is that it has only won four playoffs since 1997.
Jones bought the Dallas Cowboys in 1989 for 140 million dollars; in 2022 alone, his earnings amounted to 1,050 million dollars, and during the first years, they won three championships.
The Cowboys won their fifth Vince Lombardi trophy after beating the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XXX, then came the sporting setbacks.
What are the most expensive sports franchises after the Cowboys?
The top five most valuable sports franchises on the planet is dominated by the NFL.
After the Cowboys, the list is followed by the New York Giants with a value of 7.04 billion dollars, while the podium is completed by the Los Angeles Rams and their 6.89 billion dollars.
Then follow the New England Patriots (6.7 billion dollars) and the San Francisco 49ers (6.15 billion dollars), while the Cincinnati Bengals appear as the NFL’s least valuable franchise at 4 billion dollars, according to Sportico’s research.
More than 35 bankers, lawyers, team executives, owners and consultants involved in the NFL were interviewed by Sportico for the research.
The analysis reveals that 16 NFL teams appear among the top 25, while the NBA contributes three, followed by MLB with three and the other three are soccer clubs, without specifying the names.