The average value of the 50 most valuable sports teams has jumped 9.9% from last year, to $3.4 billion, up 55% from five years ago.
The Dallas Cowboys once again claim the top spot with a valuation of $5.7 billion, followed by the New York Yankees at $5.25 billion. The NBA’s New York Knicks round out the top three at $5 billion. European soccer clubs Barcelona and Real Madrid, each with a valuation just above $4.7 billion, nudged the NBA’s Los Angeles Lakers and Golden State Warriors out of the top five.
The country which has won the most gold medals and most medals overall in the Winter Olympics is Norway.
Out of the 200+ Countries/NOCs, 119 have participated at the Winter Olympics at least once, 47 of these have won at least one medal, and 42 have won at least one gold medal. Romania have attended the most Winter Games (22) without winning gold. Greece and Argentina have attended the most games without winning a medal of any kind (20 Winter Olympic Games).
Source: IOC, Topendsports.com
There are 24 clubs who have won the English title, including 7 who have won the Premier League (1992–present). The most recent to join the list were Leicester City (2015–2016 champions) and before that, Nottingham Forest (1977–1978) and Derby County (1971–1972).
The English Premier League is England's top-flight league and the most valuable league in the world. Its revenue generation has been tremendous since its inception, as it is the most commercially successful league in the world. It is also regarded as the most-watched league globally, with an estimated audience of around four billion.
As of 2022, it generates over $3.14 billion annually from sponsorship deals, international TV rights, and multiple endorsements. This is why the league's current valuation is at a whopping $9.03 billion.