The two US sports teams worth more than $3 billion

$4 Billion Cowboys Named World's Most Valuable Sports Team

The Dallas Cowboys and the New York Yankees are the most valuable sports teams in America this year, each worth a whopping $3.2 billion.

A new visual by Dadaviz that pulled numbers from a July Forbes report shows just how rich they are, and where they rank on a global scale of teams that are worth a fortune. Worldwide, soccer teams account for three of the five most valuable, with Real Madrid—at $3.26 billion—leading the way.

Barcelona and Manchester United round out the top five, followed by a trailing Los Angeles Lakers, in sixth place.

Last on the list are the Tennessee Titans, Atlanta Braves, Dallas Mavericks and Minnesota Vikings—all valued at just over a billion bucks.

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The two US sports teams worth more than $3 billion

10. Ford Field
Detroit, Michigan

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9. Paul Brown Stadium
Cincinnati, Ohio

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8. University of Phoenix Stadium
Glendale, Arizona

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7. CenturyLink Field
Seattle, Washington

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6. Lincoln Financial Field
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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5. Soldier Field
Chicago, Illinois.

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4. Lucas Oil Stadium
Indianapolis, Indiana

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3. AT&T Stadium
Arlington, Texas

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2. Levi's Stadium
Santa Clara, California

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1. MetLife Stadium
East Rutherford, New Jersey

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