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Top 10 Richest Teams in NFL in 2024

Richest teams in the NFL

NFL is the most popular sports league in the United States. Obviously, the most-watched professional league is the biggest source of income for the individuals and companies associated with the league. The richest team in the NFL right now is the Dallas Cowboys. Have a look at these big 10 of the league.

1. Dallas Cowboys ($9.2 billion)

Fact
Founded 1960
Number of Super Bowls won 5 (VI, XII, XXVII, XXVIII, XXX)
Number of NFC championships won 8
Net worth Over $9.2 billion
Consecutive winning seasons 20 (1966-1985)
Home stadium AT&T Stadium
Rivalry Washington Commanders
Mascot Rowdy the Cowboy
Owner Jerry Jones

2. New England Patriots ($6.7 billion)

Fact
Founded 1960
The number of Super Bowls won 6 (XXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX, XLVI, LI, LIII)
Number of AFC championships won 11
Net worth $6.7 billion
Number of consecutive division titles won 11 (2009-2019)
Home stadium Gillette Stadium
Rivalry New York Jets
Mascot Pat Patriot
Coach with most wins Bill Belichick (298)
Quarterback with most wins Tom Brady (243)
Player with most Super Bowl wins Tom Brady (6)

3. Washington Commanders ($6.55 billion)

Fact
Founded 1932 as the Boston Braves
Renamed Boston Redskins in 1933, Washington Redskins in 1937, Washington Football Team in 2020, Washington Commanders in 2022
Number of Super Bowls won 3 (VII, XVII, XXII)
Number of NFC championships won 5
Net worth $6.55 billion
Consecutive division titles won 5 (1972-1976)
Home stadium FedExField
Rivalry Dallas Cowboys
Mascot Captain Commander
Coach with most wins Joe Gibbs (154)
Quarterback with most wins Sonny Jurgensen (89)
Player with most Super Bowl wins John Riggins (3)

4. New York Giants ($6.5 billion)

Fact
Founded 1925
Number of Super Bowls won 4 (XXI, XXV, XLII, XLVI)
Number of NFC championships won 11
Net worth $6.5 billion
Number of consecutive division titles won 5 (2005-2009)
Home stadium MetLife Stadium
Rivalry Dallas Cowboys
Mascot J.P. the Giant
Coach with most wins Steve Owen (153)
Quarterback with most wins Eli Manning (117)
Player with most Super Bowl wins (non-coach) Phil Simms (2)

5. San Francisco 49ers ($6.15 billion)

Fact
Founded 1946
Number of Super Bowls won 5 (XVI, XIX, XXIII, XXIV, XXIX)
Number of NFC championships won 10
Net worth $6.15 billion
Number of consecutive division titles won 6 (1981-1986)
Home stadium Levi’s Stadium
Rivalry Dallas Cowboys
Mascot Sourdough Sam
Coach with most wins Bill Walsh (102)
Quarterback with most wins Joe Montana (117)
Player with most Super Bowl wins (non-coach) Jerry Rice (4)

6. New York Jets ($6.11 billion)

Fact
Founded 1959
Number of Super Bowls won 1 (III)
Number of AFC championships won 1
Net worth Over $6 billion
Number of consecutive division titles won 4 (1968-1971)
Home stadium MetLife Stadium
Rivalry New England Patriots
Mascot Flight Fightin’ Fun Machine
Coach with most wins Weeb Ewbank (76)
Quarterback with most wins Joe Namath (96)
Player with most Super Bowl wins (non-coach) Joe Namath (1)

7. Houston Texans ($6.05 billion)

Fact
Founded 2002
Number of Super Bowls won 0
Net Worth $6.05 billion
Number of division titles won 6 (2011, 2012, 2015, 2016, 2018, 2019)
Home stadium NRG Stadium
Rivalry Indianapolis Colts
Mascot Toro
Coach with most wins Bill O’Brien (52)
Quarterback with most wins Deshaun Watson (31)
Player with most Pro Bowl selections J.J. Watt (5)

8. Chicago Bears ($6 billion)

Fact
Founded 1920
Number of Super Bowls won 1 (XX)
Number of NFL championships won 9
Number of division titles won 21
Home stadium Soldier Field
Rivalry Green Bay Packers
Net Worth $6 billion
Coach with most wins George Halas (318)
Quarterback with most wins Sid Luckman (79)
Player with most Pro Bowl selections Walter Payton (9)

9. Philadelphia Eagles ($5.95 billion)

Fact Description
Founded 1933
Number of Super Bowls won 1 (LII)
Number of NFL championships won 3 (1948, 1949, 1960)
Number of division titles won 15
Home stadium Lincoln Financial Field
Rivalry Dallas Cowboys
Net Worth $5.95 billion
Coach with most wins Dick Vermeil (122)
Quarterback with most wins Donovan McNabb (107)
Player with most Pro Bowl selections Reggie White (13)

10. Green Bay Packers ($5.8 billion)

Fact Description
Founded 1919
Number of Super Bowls won 4 (I, II, IV, XXXI)
Number of NFL championships won 13 (most in NFL history)
Number of division titles won 21
Home stadium Lambeau Field
Rivalry Chicago Bears
Mascot Viktor the Viking
Coach with most wins Vince Lombardi (98)
Quarterback with most wins Aaron Rodgers (148)
Player with most Pro Bowl selections Brett Favre (11)

These teams are all worth billions of dollars, and their owners are some of the richest people in the world. The Cowboys are the most valuable team in the NFL, and their owner, Jerry Jones, is worth over $13 billion. The Patriots are the second most valuable team in the NFL, and their owner, Robert Kraft, is worth over $10 billion.

The NFL is a very popular sport, and it generates billions of dollars in revenue each year. This revenue comes from TV deals, ticket sales, and merchandise sales. The NFL also has a very lucrative deal with Nike, which is the official uniform supplier for the league.

The NFL is a very profitable business, and the 10 richest teams in the league are all worth billions of dollars. These teams are able to generate so much revenue because of the popularity of the sport and the lucrative TV deals that the league has.

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