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Forbes releases 2019 most valuable teams, Real Madrid made it at the top as Manchester United dropped to sixth




* Real Madrid ranked the first most valuable soccer club in the world by forbes magazine.

* Dallas Cowboys top the overall sports most valuable team with $5 billion.






Forbes has officially releases their 2019 most valuable sport teams in the world list as the year is already fading out.



The most valuable teams are counted by the revenue earned via Matchday, Broadcasting, Commercial and Brand.



Football clubs keep making money because of their huge fans and supporters. Companies, brands, firms, industries and many more give up huge sum of amounts to sponsor soccer clubs because of the large fans count they’ve got, though other sports like Golf, American football and basketball also make huge revenue because of the same reason.

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Large Fans and Supporters makes the the top teams keep their pace by staying at the top year in year out as no one is ready to drain his account for clubs with less fans or supporters, their money is purely for advertisements and investment purposes and to gain more popularity, sales and awareness.


Sponsors salivate, paying more and more cash to attach themselves to these top teams, knowing their players are global billboards whose likenesses are embedded in the hearts and minds of billions or trillions of people.






Recall Real Madrid recently strike a sponsorship rights deal worth $224 with Providence Equity and have racked up $729 million on Matchday value with other revenues like the $1.277 million they have gained from Broadcasting together with a $1.508 million Commercial value and $725 million on Brand value.

This has make the Spanish Giants the overall most valued soccer team in the world for 2019 according to Forbes despite going out of the 2018/2019 season with no trophy.

The shortlist has seen Manchester United dropped from their initial 2nd position of 2018 to sixth position this year.


Having gained a lot from television broadcast in 2018 and a huge shirt sale of Paul Pogba earlier, United were named the second most valued sport team in the world by forbes in 2018 but the Red devils could only make it to position six on this years shortlist provided by Forbes Magazine.

They receive $665 million on Matchday value, $1.264 million on Broadcasting value staying short of just 13k to beat fierce rivals Real Madrid on this value, also gained $1.445 million on Commercial value and $444 million from brand value, a huge value lost comparing to 2018.

The list also feature Catalan giants FC Barcelona (4) and Germany’s Bayern Munich (17) in the top 20 of world most valuable teams.




50 MOST VALUABLE SPORT TEAMS – BY FORBES MAGAZINE.
1.
Dallas Cowboys
$5 billion
2.
New York Yankees
$4.6 billion
3.
Real Madrid
$4.24 billion
4.
Barcelona
$4.02 billion
5
New York Knicks
$4b billion
6.
Manchester United
$3.81 billion
7.
New England Patriots
$3.8 billion
8.
Los Angeles Lakers
$3.7 billion
9.
Golden State Warriors
$3.5 billion
10.
Los Angeles Dodgers
$3.3 billion
11.
New York Giants
$3.3 billion
12.
Boston Red Sox
$3.2 billion
13.
Los Angeles Rams
$3.2 billion
14.
Washington Redskins
$3.1 billion
15.
Chicago Cubs
$3.1 billion
16.
San Francisco 49ers
$3.05 billion
17.
Bayern Munich
$3.02 billion
18.
San Francisco Giants
$3 billion
19.
Chicago Bulls
$2.9 billion
20.
Chicago Bears
$2.9 billion
21.
New York Jets
$2.85 billion
22.
Houston Texans
$2.8 billion
23.
Boston Celtics
$2.8 billion
24.
Philadelphia Eagles
$2.75 billion
25.
Manchester City
$2.69 billion
26.
Denver Broncos
$2.65 billion
27.
Green Bay Packers
$2.63 billion
28.
Atlanta Falcons
$2.6 billion
29.
Baltimore Ravens
$2.59 billion
30.
Pittsburgh Steelers
$2.59 billion
31.
Seattle Seahawks
$2.58 billion
32.
Chelsea
$2.58 billion
33.
Miami Dolphins
$2.58 billion
34.
Oakland Raiders
$2.42 billion
35.
Minnesota Vikings
$2.4 billion
36.
Indianapolis Colts
$2.38 billion
37.
Brooklyn Nets
$2.35 billion
38.
Houston Rockets
$2.3 billion
39.
Carolina Panthers
$2.3 billion
40.
New York Mets
$2.3 billion
41.
Los Angeles Chargers
$2.28 billion
42.
Arsenal
$2.27 billion
43.
Dallas Mavericks
$2.25 billion
44.
Los Angeles Clippers
$2.2 billion
45.
Liverpool
$2.18 billion
46.
Arizona Cardinals
$2.15 billion
47.
St Louis Cardinals
$2.1 billion
48.
Kansas City Chiefs
$2.1 billion
49.
Jacksonville Jaguars
$2.08 billion
50.
New Orleans Saints
$2.08 billion

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