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Which NFL team has the most fans? Which one is the most popular?

With 8.51 million supporters, the Dallas Cowboys have been the most valued NFL team for 12 consecutive years, and are the NFL team with the most fan base.

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Which NFL team has the most fans? Which one is the most popular?
Tim Heitman USA TODAY Sports

The NFL is not just a sport to Americans; it’s a tradition that has been carried on for decades, within and beyond the U.S. borders.

Out of 32 NFL teams representing 22 different states in the U.S, the Dallas Cowboys are the reigning champions of the NFL team with the most fans, followed by the six-time Super Bowl winners, the New England Patriots.

The Dallas Cowboys; America’s team

The proud Texas team play their home games at the AT&T Stadium, and have fans filling the stands game after game with a streak of 190 consecutive sold-out regular and postseason games (home and away) that started in 2002.

The Cowboys not only have the most followed NFL team Facebook account, but they are also backed up by 8.5 million devotees in total.

Members of the NFC East division, the five-time Super Bowl champions became the most valuable sports team in the world in 2015- as the first sports team ever valued at $4 billion- and a few years later they broke their previous record and jumped into the $5 billion ladder.

They were also the first U.S. team to generate $620 million in revenue, making Forbes' list as the most valued NFL team for the 12th straight year, according to Wikipedia.

Known as America’s team, the Cowboys have given good reason for their fans to be devoted as they have consistently delivered; they made it to the Super Bowl eight times winning five of those appearances, and they are the only NFL team to record a winning streak of 20 consecutive seasons (1966–85), in which they missed the playoffs only twice, in 1974 and 1984.

The Cowboys are going into Week 11 of the 2021 NFL season where they face off against the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium in Sunday Night Football- 10:25 PM CET.