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Forbes 2019

Cowboys, Yankees, & Real Madrid top 3 most valuable teams

The Dallas Cowboys once again leads the most valuable team table released by Forbes magazine, followed by MLB NY Yankees and soccer giants Real Madrid.

Jerry Jones, Dallas Cowboys owner

Once again, Jerry Jones' NFL team, the Dallas Cowboys lead the table of the 50 most valuable teams in the world with a net worth of 5 billion dollars, an increase of 4% from 2018, according to Forbes Magazine.

The second place goes to New York Yankees with a net worth of 4.6 billion dollars; the MLB franchise saw an increase of 15% climbing three spots from it's fifth placing in the 2018 ranking.

The third and fourth place were scooped by LaLiga sides Real Madrid and Barcelona, with 'Los Blancos' having a net worth of 4.2 billion dollars compared to the Catalan outfit's 4.02 billion dollars.

NBA present in the top ten

NBA side New York Knicks, is placed fifth with a 4 billion dollars value and an increase of 11% from 2018.

Manchester United (3.81 billion dollars), New England Patriots (3.8 billion dollars), Los Angeles Lakers (3.7 billion dollars), Golden State Warriors (3.5 billion dollars) and a tie between New York Giants and Los Angeles Dodgers with 3.3 billion dollars, complete the Top Ten list of the most valuable teams in the world.

Top 50 most valuable teams

1.- Dallas Cowboys (5 billion*)

2.- New York Yankees (4.6)

3.- Real Madrid (4.24)

4.- Barcelona (4.02)

5.- New York Knicks (4)

6.- Manchester United (3.81)

7.- New England Patriots (3.8)

8.- Los Ángeles Lakers (3.7)

9.- Golden State Warriors (3.5)

10.- New York Giants (3.3)

10.- Los Ángeles Dodgers (3.3)

12.- Boston Red Sox (3.2)

12.- Los Ángeles Rams (3.2)

14.- Washington Redskins (3.1)

14.- Chicago Cubs (3.1)

16.- San Francisco 49ers (3.05)

17.- Bayern Munich (3.02)

18.- San Francisco Giants (3)

19.- Chicago Bulls (2.9)

19.- Chicago Bears (2.9)

21.- New York Jets (2.85)

22.- Houston Texans (2.8)

22.- Boston Celtics (2.8)

24.- Philadelphia Eagles (2.75)

25.- Manchester City (2.69)

26.- Denver Broncos (2.65)

27.- Green Bay Packers (2.63)

28.- Atlanta Falcons (2.6)

29.- Baltimore Ravens (2.59)

29.- Pittsburgh Steelers (2.59)

31.- Seattle Seahawks (2.58)

31.- Chelsea (2.58)

31.- Miami Dolphins (2.58)

34.- Oakland Raiders (2.42)

35.- Minnesota Vikings (2.4)

36.- Indianapolis Colts (2.38)

37.- Brooklyn Nets (2.35)

38.- Houston Rockets (2.3)

38.- Carolina Panthers (2.3)

38.- New York Mets (2.3)

41.- Los Ángeles Chargers (2.28)

42.- Arsenal (2.27)

43.- Dallas Mavericks (2.25)

44.- Los Ángeles Clippers (2.2)

45.- Liverpool (2.18)

46.- Arizona Cardinals (2.15)

47.- St. Louis Cardinals (2.1)

47.- Kansas City Chiefs (2.1)

49.- Jacksonville Jaguars (2.08)

50.- New Orleans Saints (2.08)

* figures expressed in dollars (billion)