Forbes’ World’s Most Valuable Sports Team 2015, Real Madrid Tops List

15th July 2015
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1. Real Madrid

Value: $3.26 billion
1-year change: -5%

Owner: Club members

Real Madrid won the Champions League for a record tenth time last year and is the most valuable sports team in the world for the third straight year.

2. Dallas Cowboys

Value: $3. 2 billion

1-year change: 39%

Owner: Jerry Jones

3 New York Yankees

Value: $3.2 billion

1-year change: 28%

Owner: Steinbrenner family

4. Barcelona

Value: $3.16 billion

1-year change: -1%

Owner: Club members

5. Manchester United

Value: $3.1 billion

1-year change: 10%

Owner: Glazer family

6. Los Angeles Lakers

Value: $2.6 billion

1-year change: 93%

Owners: Jerry Buss Family Trusts, Philip Anschutz

7. New England Patriots

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Value: $2.6 billion

1-year change: 44%

Owner: Robert Kraft

8.New York Knicks

Value: $2.5 billion

1-year change: 79%

Owner: Madison Square Garden

9. Los Angeles Dodgers

Value: $2.4 billion

1-year change: 20%

Owner: Guggenheim Baseball Management

10. Washington Redskins

Value: $2.4 billion

1-year change: 41%

Owner: Daniel Snyder

The NFL landed the most teams in the top 50 with 20 franchises, followed by MLB (12), NBA (10) and soccer (7). Formula One’s most storied squad, Ferrari, made the cut at No. 32 worth $1.35 billion and the NHL landed one team on the list with the Toronto Maple Leafs tied for No. 37 at $1.3 billion. There are 51 teams this year thanks to a three-way tie at No. 49 with the Atlanta Braves, Dallas Mavericks and Minnesota Vikings all worth $1.15 billion by our count.

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