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What a Canceled Season Costs the NBA, MLB, NHL and Other Leagues

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The world of professional sports is experiencing an unprecedented time, with leagues shut down as the United States copes with the coronavirus pandemic. While there have been significant chunks of games canceled because of labor disputes, never has every major sport simultaneously shuttered. Even during World War II, most sports went on, with the nation’s leaders thinking it was good for morale.

Certainly, many will say that few things matter as little as sports do during this pandemic. While it is accurate that sports are entertainment at their core, pro sports also are a big business — upon which thousands of people depend for their livelihood. And it’s not just millionaire superstars or billionaire owners who stand to lose. From the league-minimum benchwarmers to vendors selling programs and hot dogs, the economic futures of many people rely on live sporting events.

So just how much do all of these people collectively stand to lose? In order to get to the bottom of that question, GOBankingRates used evaluations produced by Forbes to break down the finances of every team, including just how much revenue they pull in. On the whole, it should help make it clear that billions of dollars are put in jeopardy when any of the four major North American sports leagues must close down.

So here’s a deeper dive into just how big the big business of sports really is.

Last updated: April 3, 2020

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MLB

The timing of the coronavirus pandemic seems almost tailor-made to upset the baseball schedule. Teams were in the midst of spring training when it started to become clear that all major public events would shut down for the foreseeable future. While there’s still a chance the situation will improve enough by late spring or early summer and allow Major League Baseball to play an abbreviated season, it’s just as possible the entire 2020 season will be wiped out.

Related: Why Spring Training Is Big Business

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Team Value

  • Los Angeles Dodgers: $3.3 billion
  • Philadelphia Phillies: $1.85 billion
  • Chicago Cubs: $3.1 billion
  • Boston Red Sox: $3.2 billion
  • San Francisco Giants: $3 billion
  • Chicago White Sox: $1.6 billion
  • Atlanta Braves: $1.7 billion
  • Houston Astros: $1.775 billion
  • Milwaukee Brewers: $1.175 billion
  • St. Louis Cardinals: $2.1 billion
  • San Diego Padres: $1.35 billion
  • Texas Rangers: $1.65 billion
  • Pittsburgh Pirates: $1.275 billion
  • Cincinnati Reds: $1.05 billion
  • Oakland A’s: $1.1 billion
  • Seattle Mariners: $1.575 billion
  • New York Mets: $2.3 billion
  • New York Yankees: $4.6 billion
  • Tampa Bay Rays: $1.01 billion
  • Washington Nationals: $1.75 billion
  • Colorado Rockies: $1.225 billion
  • Detroit Tigers: $1.25 billion
  • Los Angeles Angels: $1.9 billion
  • Cleveland Indians: $1.15 billion
  • Minnesota Twins: $1.2 billion
  • Arizona Diamondbacks: $1.29 billion
  • Kansas City Royals: $1.025 billion
  • Baltimore Orioles: $1.28 billion
  • Toronto Blue Jays: $1.5 billion
  • Miami Marlins: $1 billion

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Yearly Revenue

  • Los Angeles Dodgers: $549 million
  • Philadelphia Phillies: $341 million
  • Chicago Cubs: $452 million
  • Boston Red Sox: $516 million
  • San Francisco Giants: $462 million
  • Chicago White Sox: $272 million
  • Atlanta Braves: $344 million
  • Houston Astros: $368 million
  • Milwaukee Brewers: $288 million
  • St. Louis Cardinals: $356 million
  • San Diego Padres: $277 million
  • Texas Rangers: $324 million
  • Pittsburgh Pirates: $254 million
  • Cincinnati Reds: $257 million
  • Oakland A’s: $218 million
  • Seattle Mariners: $320 million
  • New York Mets: $340 million
  • New York Yankees: $668 million
  • Tampa Bay Rays: $228 million
  • Washington Nationals: $336 million
  • Colorado Rockies: $291 million
  • Detroit Tigers: $276 million
  • Los Angeles Angels: $348 million
  • Cleveland Indians: $282 million
  • Minnesota Twins: $269 million
  • Arizona Diamondbacks: $275 million
  • Kansas City Royals: $244 million
  • Baltimore Orioles: $251 million
  • Toronto Blue Jays: $265 million
  • Miami Marlins: $224 million
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Revenue Per Home Game

  • Los Angeles Dodgers: $6,777,778
  • Philadelphia Phillies: $4,209,877
  • Chicago Cubs: $5,580,247
  • Boston Red Sox: $6,370,370
  • San Francisco Giants: $5,703,704
  • Chicago White Sox: $3,358,025
  • Atlanta Braves: $4,246,914
  • Houston Astros: $4,543,210
  • Milwaukee Brewers: $3,555,556
  • St. Louis Cardinals: $4,395,062
  • San Diego Padres: $3,419,753
  • Texas Rangers: $4,000,000
  • Pittsburgh Pirates: $3,135,802
  • Cincinnati Reds: $3,172,840
  • Oakland A’s: $2,691,358
  • Seattle Mariners: $3,950,617
  • New York Mets: $4,197,531
  • New York Yankees: $8,246,914
  • Tampa Bay Rays: $2,814,815
  • Washington Nationals: $4,148,148
  • Colorado Rockies: $3,592,593
  • Detroit Tigers: $3,407,407
  • Los Angeles Angels: $4,296,296
  • Cleveland Indians: $3,481,481
  • Minnesota Twins: $3,320,988
  • Arizona Diamondbacks: $3,395,062
  • Kansas City Royals: $3,012,346
  • Baltimore Orioles: $3,098,765
  • Toronto Blue Jays: $3,271,605
  • Miami Marlins: $2,765,432

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Yearly Gate Receipts

  • Los Angeles Dodgers: $195 million
  • Philadelphia Phillies: $84 million
  • Chicago Cubs: $202 million
  • Boston Red Sox: $221 million
  • San Francisco Giants: $176 million
  • Chicago White Sox: $44 million
  • Atlanta Braves: $100 million
  • Houston Astros: $136 million
  • Milwaukee Brewers: $82 million
  • St. Louis Cardinals: $128 million
  • San Diego Padres: $56 million
  • Texas Rangers: $71 million
  • Pittsburgh Pirates: $45 million
  • Cincinnati Reds: $40 million
  • Oakland A’s: $39 million
  • Seattle Mariners: $72 million
  • New York Mets: $96 million
  • New York Yankees: $284 million
  • Tampa Bay Rays: $26 million
  • Washington Nationals: $116 million
  • Colorado Rockies: $78 million
  • Detroit Tigers: $59 million
  • Los Angeles Angels: $101 million
  • Cleveland Indians: $69 million
  • Minnesota Twins: $64 million
  • Arizona Diamondbacks: $53 million
  • Kansas City Royals: $55 million
  • Baltimore Orioles: $42 million
  • Toronto Blue Jays: $63 million
  • Miami Marlins: $26 million
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Gate Receipts Per Home Game

  • Los Angeles Dodgers: $2,407,407
  • Philadelphia Phillies: $1,037,037
  • Chicago Cubs: $2,493,827
  • Boston Red Sox: $2,728,395
  • San Francisco Giants: $2,172,840
  • Chicago White Sox: $543,210
  • Atlanta Braves: $1,234,568
  • Houston Astros: $1,679,012
  • Milwaukee Brewers: $1,012,346
  • St. Louis Cardinals: $1,580,247
  • San Diego Padres: $691,358
  • Texas Rangers: $876,543
  • Pittsburgh Pirates: $555,556
  • Cincinnati Reds: $493,827
  • Oakland A’s: $481,481
  • Seattle Mariners: $888,889
  • New York Mets: $1,185,185
  • New York Yankees: $3,506,173
  • Tampa Bay Rays: $320,988
  • Washington Nationals: $1,432,099
  • Colorado Rockies: $962,963
  • Detroit Tigers: $728,395
  • Los Angeles Angels: $1,246,914
  • Cleveland Indians: $851,852
  • Minnesota Twins: $790,123
  • Arizona Diamondbacks: $654,321
  • Kansas City Royals: $679,012
  • Baltimore Orioles: $518,519
  • Toronto Blue Jays: $777,778
  • Miami Marlins: $320,988

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Average Home Attendance

  • Los Angeles Dodgers: 49,066
  • Philadelphia Phillies: 33,672
  • Chicago Cubs: 38,208
  • Boston Red Sox: 36,107
  • San Francisco Giants: 33,429
  • Chicago White Sox: 20,622
  • Atlanta Braves: 32,779
  • Houston Astros: 35,276
  • Milwaukee Brewers: 36,091
  • St. Louis Cardinals: 42,968
  • San Diego Padres: 29,585
  • Texas Rangers: 26,333
  • Pittsburgh Pirates: 18,413
  • Cincinnati Reds: 22,329
  • Oakland A’s: 20,521
  • Seattle Mariners: 22,120
  • New York Mets: 30,155
  • New York Yankees: 40,795
  • Tampa Bay Rays: 14,552
  • Washington Nationals: 27,899
  • Colorado Rockies: 36,954
  • Detroit Tigers: 18,536
  • Los Angeles Angels: 37,272
  • Cleveland Indians: 21,465
  • Minnesota Twins: 28,323
  • Arizona Diamondbacks: 26,364
  • Kansas City Royals: 18,267
  • Baltimore Orioles: 16,146
  • Toronto Blue Jays: 21,607
  • Miami Marlins: 10,016

Read: Which MLB Teams Spent the Most This Offseason?

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Average Ticket Price

  • Los Angeles Dodgers: $49.06
  • Philadelphia Phillies: $30.80
  • Chicago Cubs: $65.27
  • Boston Red Sox: $75.56
  • San Francisco Giants: $65.00
  • Chicago White Sox: $26.34
  • Atlanta Braves: $37.66
  • Houston Astros: $47.60
  • Milwaukee Brewers: $28.05
  • St. Louis Cardinals: $36.78
  • San Diego Padres: $23.37
  • Texas Rangers: $33.29
  • Pittsburgh Pirates: $30.17
  • Cincinnati Reds: $22.12
  • Oakland A’s: $23.46
  • Seattle Mariners: $40.18
  • New York Mets: $39.30
  • New York Yankees: $85.95
  • Tampa Bay Rays: $22.06
  • Washington Nationals: $51.33
  • Colorado Rockies: $26.06
  • Detroit Tigers: $39.30
  • Los Angeles Angels: $33.45
  • Cleveland Indians: $39.69
  • Minnesota Twins: $27.90
  • Arizona Diamondbacks: $24.82
  • Kansas City Royals: $37.17
  • Baltimore Orioles: $32.11
  • Toronto Blue Jays: $36.00
  • Miami Marlins: $32.05
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Yearly Food and Merchandise Revenue

  • Los Angeles Dodgers: $354 million
  • Philadelphia Phillies: $257 million
  • Chicago Cubs: $250 million
  • Boston Red Sox: $295 million
  • San Francisco Giants: $286 million
  • Chicago White Sox: $228 million
  • Atlanta Braves: $244 million
  • Houston Astros: $232 million
  • Milwaukee Brewers: $206 million
  • St. Louis Cardinals: $228 million
  • San Diego Padres: $221 million
  • Texas Rangers: $253 million
  • Pittsburgh Pirates: $209 million
  • Cincinnati Reds: $217 million
  • Oakland A’s: $179 million
  • Seattle Mariners: $248 million
  • New York Mets: $244 million
  • New York Yankees: $384 million
  • Tampa Bay Rays: $202 million
  • Washington Nationals: $220 million
  • Colorado Rockies: $213 million
  • Detroit Tigers: $217 million
  • Los Angeles Angels: $247 million
  • Cleveland Indians: $213 million
  • Minnesota Twins: $205 million
  • Arizona Diamondbacks: $222 million
  • Kansas City Royals: $189 million
  • Baltimore Orioles: $209 million
  • Toronto Blue Jays: $202 million
  • Miami Marlins: $198 million

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Food and Merchandise Revenue Per Home Game

  • Los Angeles Dodgers: $4,370,370
  • Philadelphia Phillies: $3,172,840
  • Chicago Cubs: $3,086,420
  • Boston Red Sox: $3,641,975
  • San Francisco Giants: $3,530,864
  • Chicago White Sox: $2,814,815
  • Atlanta Braves: $3,012,346
  • Houston Astros: $2,864,198
  • Milwaukee Brewers: $2,543,210
  • St. Louis Cardinals: $2,814,815
  • San Diego Padres: $2,728,395
  • Texas Rangers: $3,123,457
  • Pittsburgh Pirates: $2,580,247
  • Cincinnati Reds: $2,679,012
  • Oakland A’s: $2,209,877
  • Seattle Mariners: $3,061,728
  • New York Mets: $3,012,346
  • New York Yankees: $4,740,741
  • Tampa Bay Rays: $2,493,827
  • Washington Nationals: $2,716,049
  • Colorado Rockies: $2,629,630
  • Detroit Tigers: $2,679,012
  • Los Angeles Angels: $3,049,383
  • Cleveland Indians: $2,629,630
  • Minnesota Twins: $2,530,864
  • Arizona Diamondbacks: $2,740,741
  • Kansas City Royals: $2,333,333
  • Baltimore Orioles: $2,580,247
  • Toronto Blue Jays: $2,493,827
  • Miami Marlins: $2,444,444
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Yearly Operating Income

  • Los Angeles Dodgers: $95 million
  • Philadelphia Phillies: $94 million
  • Chicago Cubs: $87 million
  • Boston Red Sox: $84 million
  • San Francisco Giants: $84 million
  • Chicago White Sox: $76 million
  • Atlanta Braves: $71 million
  • Houston Astros: $66 million
  • Milwaukee Brewers: $66 million
  • St. Louis Cardinals: $65 million
  • San Diego Padres: $49 million
  • Texas Rangers: $39 million
  • Pittsburgh Pirates: $39 million
  • Cincinnati Reds: $37 million
  • Oakland A’s: $33 million
  • Seattle Mariners: $31 million
  • New York Mets: $30 million
  • New York Yankees: $29 million
  • Tampa Bay Rays: $27 million
  • Washington Nationals: $24 million
  • Colorado Rockies: $23 million
  • Detroit Tigers: $19 million
  • Los Angeles Angels: $19 million
  • Cleveland Indians: $16 million
  • Minnesota Twins: $14 million
  • Arizona Diamondbacks: $10 million
  • Kansas City Royals: $5.3 million
  • Baltimore Orioles: -$6.5 million
  • Toronto Blue Jays: -$16 million
  • Miami Marlins: -$22 million

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Operating Income Per Home Game

  • Los Angeles Dodgers: $1,172,840
  • Philadelphia Phillies: $1,160,494
  • Chicago Cubs: $1,074,074
  • Boston Red Sox: $1,037,037
  • San Francisco Giants: $1,037,037
  • Chicago White Sox: $938,272
  • Atlanta Braves: $876,543
  • Houston Astros: $814,815
  • Milwaukee Brewers: $814,815
  • St. Louis Cardinals: $802,469
  • San Diego Padres: $604,938
  • Texas Rangers: $481,481
  • Pittsburgh Pirates: $481,481
  • Cincinnati Reds: $456,790
  • Oakland A’s: $407,407
  • Seattle Mariners: $382,716
  • New York Mets: $370,370
  • New York Yankees: $358,025
  • Tampa Bay Rays: $333,333
  • Washington Nationals: $296,296
  • Colorado Rockies: $283,951
  • Detroit Tigers: $234,568
  • Los Angeles Angels: $234,568
  • Cleveland Indians: $197,531
  • Minnesota Twins: $172,840
  • Arizona Diamondbacks: $123,457
  • Kansas City Royals: $65,432
  • Baltimore Orioles: $-80,247
  • Toronto Blue Jays: $-197,531
  • Miami Marlins: $-271,605
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Major Sponsors

  • Los Angeles Dodgers: Anheuser-Busch InBev, ARCO, BofA, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Coca-Cola, Emirates, Mastercard, State Farm, UCLA Health
  • Philadelphia Phillies: Anheuser-Busch InBev, Citizens Bank, Coca-Cola, Comcast, Giant, NovaCare, State Farm, Toyota, Yuengling
  • Chicago Cubs: Advocate Healthcare, American Airlines, Anheuser-Busch InBev, ATI, Beam Suntory, Gallagher, Marriott, SLOAN, Toyota, Wintrust
  • Boston Red Sox: Bank of America, Beam Suntory, Samuel Adams, Coca-Cola, Dell EMC, Dunkin’, Ford, JetBlue, John Hancock, MGM Resorts, New Balance
  • San Francisco Giants: Alaska Airlines, Bank of America, Coca-Cola, Dignity Health, Levi’s, MillerCoors, Oracle, Toyota, Yahoo!
  • Chicago White Sox: CIBC, Coca-Cola, Comcast, Ford, State Farm, United Airlines, Wintrust
  • Atlanta Braves: Chevrolet, Chick-fil-A, Coca-Cola, Delta, Georgia Power, The Home Depot, Hyundai, Infiniti, MillerCoors, NAPA, Omni Hotels, SunTrust
  • Houston Astros: Anheuser-Busch InBev, AT&T, Bank of America, Coca-Cola, ConocoPhillips, Draft Kings, Houston Methodist, Mastercard, Minute Maid, United, Waste Management
  • Milwaukee Brewers: American Family Insurance, Associated Banc-Corp, Aurora Health Care, Johnsonville, Kwik Trip, Meijer, MillerCoors, PNC, Northwestern Mutual, Toyota, US Cellular
  • St. Louis Cardinals: Ameren, Anheuser-Busch InBev, Bank of America, Coca-Cola, Edward Jones, Ford, Mercy Health System, National Bank, Perficient, UMB, Wells Fargo
  • San Diego Padres: Anheuser-Busch InBev, Coca-Cola, PetCo, Psyonix, Qualcomm, State Farm, Sycuan Casino, Toyota, USBancorp, UC San Diego Health, Viasat
  • Texas Rangers: Toyota, Anheuser-Busch InBev, Choctaw Casino, Coca-Cola, Dr Pepper Snapple Group, Southwest Airlines
  • Pittsburgh Pirates: Allegheny Health Network, Beam Suntory, Coca-Cola, Comcast, Giant Eagle, Hyundai, PNC
  • Cincinnati Reds: American Financial Group, Anheuser-Busch InBev, Cincinnati Bell, Coca-Cola, Dynegy, Kroger, PNC, P&G, TriHealth
  • Oakland A’s: Budweiser, Cache Greek Casino, Chevrolet, The Clorox Company, Comcast, Diageo, Kaiser Permanente, Dr Pepper Snapple Group, Lexus, State Farm
  • Seattle Mariners: Alaska Airlines, Boeing, E&J Gallo Winery, Ford, KeyCorp, MillerCoors, Nintendo, PepsiCo, SafeCo, State Farm, T-Mobile
  • New York Mets: Anheuser-Busch InBev, Beam Suntory, Citi, Coca-Cola, Delta, First Data, Ford, Nikon Corp., GEICO, Verizon Wireless
  • New York Yankees: Anheuser-Busch InBev, AT&T, Bank of America, Canon, Delta, Hess Corp., Mastercard, New Era, PepsiCo, SAP, State Farm
  • Tampa Bay Rays: Anheuser-Busch InBev, Coca-Cola, DEX Imaging, Papa John’s, Tampa Bay Times, Tropicana
  • Washington Nationals: Anheuser-Busch InBev, Coca-Cola, Delta, GEICO, Harris Teeter, Inova, PNC, Kaiser Permanente
  • Colorado Rockies: Arrow, Coca-Cola, Infiniti, Jack Daniel’s, King Soopers, MillerCoors, State Farm, Toyota, UCHealth, Wells Fargo
  • Detroit Tigers: Belfor, Blue Cross Blue Shield, DMC, DTE Energy, Little Caesars, Meijer, MillerCoors, PepsiCo
  • Los Angeles Angels: Anheuser-Busch InBev, Coca-Cola, Diageo, Funai, Konica Minolta, Lexus, MillerCoors, New Era, Pechanga Casino, State Farm, Toyota
  • Cleveland Indians: Cleveland Clinic, Drug Mart, FirstEnergy, KeyCorp, MillerCoors, PepsiCo, Progressive, Sherwin Williams
  • Minnesota Twins: Anheuser-Busch InBev, Best Buy, CenturyLink, Delta Air Lines, Target, Thomson Reuters, Treasure Island Resort & Casino, U.S. Bancorp
  • Arizona Diamondbacks: American Airlines, Anheuser-Busch InBev, Dignity Health, Frys, Gila River Indian Community, JPMorgan Chase, PepsiCo, MillerCoors, PetSmart, University of Phoenix
  • Kansas City Royals: Chevrolet, Commerce Bank, Kansas City Power & Light, Konica Minolta, MillerCoors, PepsiCo, Price Chopper, Sprint
  • Baltimore Orioles: Bank of America, GEICO, Hartford Financial Services, Kaiser Permanente, MedStar Health, National, PNC, Southwest Airlines, State Farm
  • Toronto Blue Jays: Acer, Anheuser-Busch InBev, Coca-Cola, Home Hardware, Honda, Mondelez, Rogers, Samsung, TD Bank, WestJet
  • Miami Marlins: Anheuser-Busch InBev, AutoNation, Citrix, DEX Imaging, JPMorgan Chase, Ocean Bank, PepsiCo, State Farm, Ultimate Software, World Fuel Services

See: Why It Costs So Much to Take Your Family to an MLB Game

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NBA

The good news for people relying on professional basketball for their living is that most teams were more than 60 games into the season before it came to a halt. However, it’s hard to imagine that anyone was planning to see the last quarter of the regular season and the playoffs put into limbo.

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Team Value

  • Los Angeles Lakers: $4.4 billion
  • New York Knicks: $4.6 billion
  • Houston Rockets: $2.475 billion
  • Golden State Warriors: $4.3 billion
  • Dallas Mavericks: $2.4 billion
  • Chicago Bulls: $3.2 billion
  • Philadelphia 76ers: $2 billion
  • Boston Celtics: $3.1 billion
  • Sacramento Kings: $1.775 billion
  • Toronto Raptors: $2.1 billion
  • Atlanta Hawks: $1.52 billion
  • Los Angeles Clippers: $2.6 billion
  • Orlando Magic: $1.43 billion
  • Milwaukee Bucks: $1.58 billion
  • San Antonio Spurs: $1.8 billion
  • Utah Jazz: $1.55 billion
  • Miami Heat: $1.95 billion
  • Washington Wizards: $1.75 billion
  • Indiana Pacers: $1.525 billion
  • Detroit Pistons: $1.45 billion
  • Denver Nuggets: $1.6 billion
  • Portland Trail Blazers: $1.85 billion
  • New Orleans Pelicans: $1.35 billion
  • Minnesota Timberwolves: $1.375 billion
  • Brooklyn Nets: $2.5 billion
  • Phoenix Suns: $1.625 billion
  • Cleveland Cavaliers: $1.51 billion
  • Charlotte Hornets: $1.5 billion
  • Memphis Grizzlies: $1.3 billion
  • Oklahoma City Thunder: $1.575 billion
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Yearly Revenue

  • Los Angeles Lakers: $434 million
  • New York Knicks: $472 million
  • Houston Rockets: $348 million
  • Golden State Warriors: $440 million
  • Dallas Mavericks: $307 million
  • Chicago Bulls: $301 million
  • Philadelphia 76ers: $300 million
  • Boston Celtics: $304 million
  • Sacramento Kings: $286 million
  • Toronto Raptors: $334 million
  • Atlanta Hawks: $251 million
  • Los Angeles Clippers: $282 million
  • Orlando Magic: $244 million
  • Milwaukee Bucks: $283 million
  • San Antonio Spurs: $285 million
  • Utah Jazz: $258 million
  • Miami Heat: $294 million
  • Washington Wizards: $269 million
  • Indiana Pacers: $243 million
  • Detroit Pistons: $255 million
  • Denver Nuggets: $252 million
  • Portland Trail Blazers: $287 million
  • New Orleans Pelicans: $224 million
  • Minnesota Timberwolves: $234 million
  • Brooklyn Nets: $304 million
  • Phoenix Suns: $246 million
  • Cleveland Cavaliers: $300 million
  • Charlotte Hornets: $240 million
  • Memphis Grizzlies: $224 million
  • Oklahoma City Thunder: $258 million
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Revenue Per Home Game

  • Los Angeles Lakers: $10,585,366
  • New York Knicks: $11,512,195
  • Houston Rockets: $8,487,805
  • Golden State Warriors: $10,731,707
  • Dallas Mavericks: $7,487,805
  • Chicago Bulls: $7,341,463
  • Philadelphia 76ers: $7,317,073
  • Boston Celtics: $7,414,634
  • Sacramento Kings: $6,975,610
  • Toronto Raptors: $8,146,341
  • Atlanta Hawks: $6,121,951
  • Los Angeles Clippers: $6,878,049
  • Orlando Magic: $5,951,220
  • Milwaukee Bucks: $6,902,439
  • San Antonio Spurs: $6,951,220
  • Utah Jazz: $6,292,683
  • Miami Heat: $7,170,732
  • Washington Wizards: $6,560,976
  • Indiana Pacers: $5,926,829
  • Detroit Pistons: $6,219,512
  • Denver Nuggets: $6,146,341
  • Portland Trail Blazers: $7,000,000
  • New Orleans Pelicans: $5,463,415
  • Minnesota Timberwolves: $5,707,317
  • Brooklyn Nets: $7,414,634
  • Phoenix Suns: $6,000,000
  • Cleveland Cavaliers: $7,317,073
  • Charlotte Hornets: $5,853,659
  • Memphis Grizzlies: $5,463,415
  • Oklahoma City Thunder: $6,292,683
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Yearly Gate Receipts

  • Los Angeles Lakers: $104 million
  • New York Knicks: $132 million
  • Houston Rockets: $97 million
  • Golden State Warriors: $178 million
  • Dallas Mavericks: $52 million
  • Chicago Bulls: $61 million
  • Philadelphia 76ers: $71 million
  • Boston Celtics: $85 million
  • Sacramento Kings: $60 million
  • Toronto Raptors: $101 million
  • Atlanta Hawks: $32 million
  • Los Angeles Clippers: $64 million
  • Orlando Magic: $43 million
  • Milwaukee Bucks: $65 million
  • San Antonio Spurs: $76 million
  • Utah Jazz: $58 million
  • Miami Heat: $70 million
  • Washington Wizards: $53 million
  • Indiana Pacers: $32 million
  • Detroit Pistons: $47 million
  • Denver Nuggets: $47 million
  • Portland Trail Blazers: $67 million
  • New Orleans Pelicans: $33 million
  • Minnesota Timberwolves: $33 million
  • Brooklyn Nets: $60 million
  • Phoenix Suns: $34 million
  • Cleveland Cavaliers: $69 million
  • Charlotte Hornets: $28 million
  • Memphis Grizzlies: $20 million
  • Oklahoma City Thunder: $63 million
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Gate Receipts Per Home Game

  • Los Angeles Lakers: $2,536,585
  • New York Knicks: $3,219,512
  • Houston Rockets: $2,365,854
  • Golden State Warriors: $4,341,463
  • Dallas Mavericks: $1,268,293
  • Chicago Bulls: $1,487,805
  • Philadelphia 76ers: $1,731,707
  • Boston Celtics: $2,073,171
  • Sacramento Kings: $1,463,415
  • Toronto Raptors: $2,463,415
  • Atlanta Hawks: $780,488
  • Los Angeles Clippers: $1,560,976
  • Orlando Magic: $1,048,780
  • Milwaukee Bucks: $1,585,366
  • San Antonio Spurs: $1,585,366
  • Utah Jazz: $1,414,634
  • Miami Heat: $1,707,317
  • Washington Wizards: $1,292,683
  • Indiana Pacers: $780,488
  • Detroit Pistons: $1,146,341
  • Denver Nuggets: $1,146,341
  • Portland Trail Blazers: $1,634,146
  • New Orleans Pelicans: $804,878
  • Minnesota Timberwolves: $804,878
  • Brooklyn Nets: $1,463,415
  • Phoenix Suns: $829,268
  • Cleveland Cavaliers: $1,682,927
  • Charlotte Hornets: $682,927
  • Memphis Grizzlies: $487,805
  • Oklahoma City Thunder: $1,536,585
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Average Home Attendance

  • Los Angeles Lakers: 18,997
  • New York Knicks: 19,002
  • Houston Rockets: 18,058
  • Golden State Warriors: 19,596
  • Dallas Mavericks: 20,013
  • Chicago Bulls: 20,084
  • Philadelphia 76ers: 20,441
  • Boston Celtics: 18,624
  • Sacramento Kings: 17,096
  • Toronto Raptors: 19,824
  • Atlanta Hawks: 15,327
  • Los Angeles Clippers: 17,325
  • Orlando Magic: 17,561
  • Milwaukee Bucks: 17,602
  • San Antonio Spurs: 18,307
  • Utah Jazz: 18,306
  • Miami Heat: 19,640
  • Washington Wizards: 17,487
  • Indiana Pacers: 16,812
  • Detroit Pistons: 16,486
  • Denver Nuggets: 18,450
  • Portland Trail Blazers: 19,496
  • New Orleans Pelicans: 16,004
  • Minnesota Timberwolves: 15,305
  • Brooklyn Nets: 14,941
  • Phoenix Suns: 15,293
  • Cleveland Cavaliers: 19,349
  • Charlotte Hornets: 16,501
  • Memphis Grizzlies: 15,578
  • Oklahoma City Thunder: 18,203
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Average Ticket Price

  • Los Angeles Lakers: $133.53
  • New York Knicks: $169.43
  • Houston Rockets: $131.01
  • Golden State Warriors: $221.55
  • Dallas Mavericks: $63.37
  • Chicago Bulls: $74.08
  • Philadelphia 76ers: $84.72
  • Boston Celtics: $111.32
  • Sacramento Kings: $85.60
  • Toronto Raptors: $124.26
  • Atlanta Hawks: $50.92
  • Los Angeles Clippers: $90.10
  • Orlando Magic: $59.72
  • Milwaukee Bucks: $90.07
  • San Antonio Spurs: $101.25
  • Utah Jazz: $77.28
  • Miami Heat: $86.93
  • Washington Wizards: $73.92
  • Indiana Pacers: $46.42
  • Detroit Pistons: $69.53
  • Denver Nuggets: $62.13
  • Portland Trail Blazers: $83.82
  • New Orleans Pelicans: $50.29
  • Minnesota Timberwolves: $52.59
  • Brooklyn Nets: $97.95
  • Phoenix Suns: $54.23
  • Cleveland Cavaliers: $86.98
  • Charlotte Hornets: $41.39
  • Memphis Grizzlies: $31.31
  • Oklahoma City Thunder: $84.41
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Yearly Food and Merchandise Revenue

  • Los Angeles Lakers: $330 million
  • New York Knicks: $340 million
  • Houston Rockets: $251 million
  • Golden State Warriors: $262 million
  • Dallas Mavericks: $255 million
  • Chicago Bulls: $240 million
  • Philadelphia 76ers: $229 million
  • Boston Celtics: $219 million
  • Sacramento Kings: $226 million
  • Toronto Raptors: $233 million
  • Atlanta Hawks: $219 million
  • Los Angeles Clippers: $218 million
  • Orlando Magic: $201 million
  • Milwaukee Bucks: $218 million
  • San Antonio Spurs: $209 million
  • Utah Jazz: $200 million
  • Miami Heat: $224 million
  • Washington Wizards: $216 million
  • Indiana Pacers: $211 million
  • Detroit Pistons: $208 million
  • Denver Nuggets: $205 million
  • Portland Trail Blazers: $220 million
  • New Orleans Pelicans: $191 million
  • Minnesota Timberwolves: $201 million
  • Brooklyn Nets: $244 million
  • Phoenix Suns: $212 million
  • Cleveland Cavaliers: $231 million
  • Charlotte Hornets: $212 million
  • Memphis Grizzlies: $204 million
  • Oklahoma City Thunder: $195 million
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Food and Merchandise Revenue Per Home Game

  • Los Angeles Lakers: $8,048,780
  • New York Knicks: $8,292,683
  • Houston Rockets: $6,121,951
  • Golden State Warriors: $6,390,244
  • Dallas Mavericks: $6,219,512
  • Chicago Bulls: $5,853,659
  • Philadelphia 76ers: $5,585,366
  • Boston Celtics: $5,341,463
  • Sacramento Kings: $5,512,195
  • Toronto Raptors: $5,682,927
  • Atlanta Hawks: $5,341,463
  • Los Angeles Clippers: $5,317,073
  • Orlando Magic: $4,902,439
  • Milwaukee Bucks: $5,317,073
  • San Antonio Spurs: $5,097,561
  • Utah Jazz: $4,878,049
  • Miami Heat: $5,463,415
  • Washington Wizards: $5,268,293
  • Indiana Pacers: $5,146,341
  • Detroit Pistons: $5,073,171
  • Denver Nuggets: $5,000,000
  • Portland Trail Blazers: $5,365,854
  • New Orleans Pelicans: $4,658,537
  • Minnesota Timberwolves: $4,902,439
  • Brooklyn Nets: $5,951,220
  • Phoenix Suns: $5,170,732
  • Cleveland Cavaliers: $5,634,146
  • Charlotte Hornets: $5,170,732
  • Memphis Grizzlies: $4,975,610
  • Oklahoma City Thunder: $4,756,098
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Yearly Operating Income

  • Los Angeles Lakers: $178 million
  • New York Knicks: $157 million
  • Houston Rockets: $110 million
  • Golden State Warriors: $109 million
  • Dallas Mavericks: $105 million
  • Chicago Bulls: $103 million
  • Philadelphia 76ers: $90 million
  • Boston Celtics: $88 million
  • Sacramento Kings: $81 million
  • Toronto Raptors: $79 million
  • Atlanta Hawks: $78 million
  • Los Angeles Clippers: $73 million
  • Orlando Magic: $70 million
  • Milwaukee Bucks: $69 million
  • San Antonio Spurs: $66 million
  • Utah Jazz: $63 million
  • Miami Heat: $58 million
  • Washington Wizards: $55 million
  • Indiana Pacers: $55 million
  • Detroit Pistons: $52 million
  • Denver Nuggets: $52 million
  • Portland Trail Blazers: $51 million
  • New Orleans Pelicans: $49 million
  • Minnesota Timberwolves: $46 million
  • Brooklyn Nets: $42 million
  • Phoenix Suns: $42 million
  • Cleveland Cavaliers: $39 million
  • Charlotte Hornets: $39 million
  • Memphis Grizzlies: $24 million
  • Oklahoma City Thunder: -$23 million

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Operating Income Per Home Game

  • Los Angeles Lakers: $4,341,463
  • New York Knicks: $3,829,268
  • Houston Rockets: $2,682,927
  • Golden State Warriors: $2,658,537
  • Dallas Mavericks: $2,560,976
  • Chicago Bulls: $2,512,195
  • Philadelphia 76ers: $2,195,122
  • Boston Celtics: $2,146,341
  • Sacramento Kings: $1,975,610
  • Toronto Raptors: $1,926,829
  • Atlanta Hawks: $1,902,439
  • Los Angeles Clippers: $1,780,488
  • Orlando Magic: $1,707,317
  • Milwaukee Bucks: $1,682,927
  • San Antonio Spurs: $1,609,756
  • Utah Jazz: $1,536,585
  • Miami Heat: $1,414,634
  • Washington Wizards: $1,341,463
  • Indiana Pacers: $1,341,463
  • Detroit Pistons: $1,268,293
  • Denver Nuggets: $1,268,293
  • Portland Trail Blazers: $1,243,902
  • New Orleans Pelicans: $1,195,122
  • Minnesota Timberwolves: $1,121,951
  • Brooklyn Nets: $1,024,390
  • Phoenix Suns: $1,024,390
  • Cleveland Cavaliers: $951,220
  • Charlotte Hornets: $951,220
  • Memphis Grizzlies: $585,366
  • Oklahoma City Thunder: -$560,976
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Major Sponsors

  • Los Angeles Lakers: American Express, Budweiser, Delta, Jack in the Box, MGM Resorts, Nike, Pechanga Casino, Staples, Toyota, UCLA Health, Verizon, Wish
  • New York Knicks: Anheuser-Busch InBev, Delta, DraftKings, Dunkin’, HSS, JPMorgan Chase, Lexus, Squarespace, Kia, PepsiCo, RoyalCaribbean
  • Houston Rockets: Adidas, AT&T, BBVA, Budweiser, Frost Bank, Memorial Hermann, NRG, Rokit, Southwest Airlines, Toyota
  • Golden State Warriors: Accenture, Adobe,  HP, JPMorgan Chase, Kaiser Permanente, Oracle, PepsiCo, Rakuten, RingCentral, Ticketmaster, United Airlines, Verizon
  • Dallas Mavericks: AMR, Anheuser-Busch InBev, AT&T, Citi, Coca-Cola, Constellation Brands, Ford, Dr Pepper Snapple Group, Lexus, Pizza Hut, TXU Energy, Walmart
  • Chicago Bulls: American Express, Anheuser-Busch InBev, AT&T, BMO Harris Bank, Calamos Investments, Coca-Cola, Gatorade, Kia, Lexus, United Airlines, Zenni
  • Philadelphia 76ers: Beats by Dre, Budweiser, Comcast, NJM, NovaCare, PepsiCo, Planet Fitness, Rothman Investments, State Farm, Stubhub, Toyota, Wendy’s/Arby’s Group
  • Boston Celtics: Arbella, Boston Scientific, Comcast, GE, JetBlue, New Balance, Optum, Putnam Investments, TD Bank, Ticketmaster
  • Sacramento Kings: Anheuser-Busch InBev, Blue Diamond, Cache Greek Casino, Coca-Cola, Comcast, Diageo, Golden1, Kaiser Permanente, Mattress Firm Raley’s, Sierra Nevada, VSP
  • Toronto Raptors: Air Canada, Scotiabank, BCE, Coca-Cola, Ford, Google, LG, Mastercard, McDonald’s, MolsonCoors, Sun Life Financial
  • Atlanta Hawks: Anheuser-Busch InBev, Chase, Chick-fil-A, Coca-Cola, Delta Air Lines, Georgia Power, Harrah’s Cherokee Casinos, Kia, State Farm, UPS, Verizon
  • Los Angeles Clippers: Agua Caliente, American Airlines, ARCO, Bumble, CarMax, Kia, Lexus, StateFarm
  • Orlando Magic: Advent Health, Amway, L3Harris, PepsiCo, RP Funding, Disney
  • Milwaukee Bucks: BMO Harris Bank, Fiserv, Froedtert Health, Harley-Davidson, Jockey, Johnson Controls, Kohl’s, MillerCoors, Northwestern Mutual, Potawatomi Resort, Red Bull, West Bend
  • San Antonio Spurs: Anheuser-Busch InBev, AT&T, Coca-Cola, Credit Human, Frost Bank, HEB, Methodist Healthcare, SWBC, USAA, Valero
  • Utah Jazz: America First Credit Union, Coca-Cola, EnergySolutions, Ford, Mountain America Credit Union, NU Skin, Qualtrics, Toyota, Utah Health, Vivint, SmartHome, Zions Bank
  • Miami Heat: American Airlines, American Express, Bacardi, Baptist Health, Carnival Cruises, Comcast, FedEx, Kia, Lexus, Miccosukee Resort, PepsiCo, Ultimate Software
  • Washington Wizards: Alibaba Group, Anheuser-Busch InBev, CapitalOne, Etihad Airways, GEICO, Giant, Leidos, Lexus, Medstar Health, NEC, PepsiCo
  • Indiana Pacers: Anheuser-Busch InBev, BankersLife, Gatorade, KeyCorp, Kroger, Motorola, PepsiCo, SalesForce, Stanley Security
  • Detroit Pistons: Anheuser-Busch InBev, Belfor, BlueCross BlueShield, Coca-Cola, Flagstar, Henry Ford Health System, Jeep, Lexus
  • Denver Nuggets: Avaya, Lexus, MillerCoors, PepsiCo, Southwest Airlines, Toyota, Western Union
  • Portland Trail Blazers: Adidas, BioFreeze, Daimler, FirstTech, Ford, Fred Meyer, Moda, Nike, Toyota, Umpqua Bank
  • New Orleans Pelicans: Anheuser-Busch InBev, Chevron, Coca-Cola, Constellation Brands, Cox Corp, Entergy, Heineken, Ochsner, Smoothie King, State Farm, Toyota, Zatarains
  • Minnesota Timberwolves: Anheuser-Busch InBev, Federated Insurance, FitBit, Grant Thornton, Lexus, Life Time, Mayo clinic, Target, Treasure Island, U.S. Bancorp
  • Brooklyn Nets: American Express, Anheuser-Busch InBev, Barclays, Constellation Brands, GEICO, Honda, HSS, Infor, JetBlue, Qatar Airways
  • Phoenix Suns: Annexus, Coca-Cola, Fry’s, Kia, PayPal, Southwest Airlines, Talking Stick Resort, Verizon
  • Cleveland Cavaliers: Cleveland Clinic, Drug Mart, FirstEnergy, Goodyear, Huntington Bank, KeyCorp, PepsiCo, Quicken Loans, Sherwin Williams, UPS
  • Charlotte Hornets: Bank of America, Barings, BlueCross BlueShield, Charter, Coca-Cola, CPI, Grant Thornton, LendingTree, Lowe’s, Nike, Novant Health
  • Memphis Grizzlies: AutoZone, Bass Pro Shops, FedEx, Ford, Gold Strike, International Paper, Methodist Healthcare, Pinnacle Bank, ServiceMaster, TruGreen, Valvoline
  • Oklahoma City Thunder: Anheuser-Busch InBev, Chesapeake Energy, Coca-Cola, Continental Resources, Devon, Enable, Homeland, Love’s Travel Stops and Country Stores, MidFirst Bank, OU Medicine, Paycom, Riverwind Casino
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NHL

Like the NBA, the NHL was well over halfway through its regular season when it stopped the season, meaning many employees at least got a chance to get paid for most of their games. Though, the league still finds itself without any concrete plan for finishing the regular season or holding the playoffs.

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Team Value

  • New York Rangers: $1.65 billion
  • Montreal Canadiens: $1.34 billion
  • Toronto Maple Leafs: $1.5 billion
  • Chicago Blackhawks: $1.085 billion
  • Boston Bruins: $1 billion
  • Los Angeles Kings: $850 million
  • Philadelphia Flyers: $825 million
  • Washington Capitals: $775 million
  • Pittsburgh Penguins: $665 million
  • Vegas Golden Knights: $580 million
  • Vancouver Canucks: $740 million
  • Detroit Red Wings: $800 million
  • New Jersey Devils: $550 million
  • St. Louis Blues: $530 million
  • Dallas Stars: $600 million
  • Edmonton Oilers: $575 million
  • Minnesota Wild: $510 million
  • San Jose Sharks: $540 million
  • Colorado Avalanche: $475 million
  • Tampa Bay Lightning: $470 million
  • Calgary Flames: $500 million
  • Carolina Hurricanes: $450 million
  • Ottawa Senators: $445 million
  • Buffalo Sabres: $400 million
  • Anaheim Ducks: $480 million
  • New York Islanders: $520 million
  • Winnipeg Jets: $420 million
  • Nashville Predators: $460 million
  • Columbus Blue Jackets: $325 million
  • Arizona Coyotes: $300 million
  • Florida Panthers: $310 million
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Yearly Revenue

  • New York Rangers: $270 million
  • Montreal Canadiens: $243 million
  • Toronto Maple Leafs: $243 million
  • Chicago Blackhawks: $208 million
  • Boston Bruins: $228 million
  • Los Angeles Kings: $203 million
  • Philadelphia Flyers: $187 million
  • Washington Capitals: $180 million
  • Pittsburgh Penguins: $184 million
  • Vegas Golden Knights: $167 million
  • Vancouver Canucks: $167 million
  • Detroit Red Wings: $183 million
  • New Jersey Devils: $181 million
  • St. Louis Blues: $171 million
  • Dallas Stars: $166 million
  • Edmonton Oilers: $154 million
  • Minnesota Wild: $149 million
  • San Jose Sharks: $164 million
  • Colorado Avalanche: $130 million
  • Tampa Bay Lightning: $140 million
  • Calgary Flames: $138 million
  • Carolina Hurricanes: $128 million
  • Ottawa Senators: $127 million
  • Buffalo Sabres: $135 million
  • Anaheim Ducks: $137 million
  • New York Islanders: $115 million
  • Winnipeg Jets: $127 million
  • Nashville Predators: $135 million
  • Columbus Blue Jackets: $119 million
  • Arizona Coyotes: $102 million
  • Florida Panthers: $105 million
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Revenue Per Home Game

  • New York Rangers: $6,585,366
  • Montreal Canadiens: $5,926,829
  • Toronto Maple Leafs: $5,926,829
  • Chicago Blackhawks: $5,073,171
  • Boston Bruins: $5,560,976
  • Los Angeles Kings: $4,951,220
  • Philadelphia Flyers: $4,560,976
  • Washington Capitals: $4,390,244
  • Pittsburgh Penguins: $4,487,805
  • Vegas Golden Knights: $4,073,171
  • Vancouver Canucks: $4,073,171
  • Detroit Red Wings: $4,463,415
  • New Jersey Devils: $4,414,634
  • St. Louis Blues: $4,170,732
  • Dallas Stars: $4,048,780
  • Edmonton Oilers: $3,756,098
  • Minnesota Wild: $3,634,146
  • San Jose Sharks: $4,000,000
  • Colorado Avalanche: $3,170,732
  • Tampa Bay Lightning: $3,414,634
  • Calgary Flames: $3,365,854
  • Carolina Hurricanes: $3,121,951
  • Ottawa Senators: $3,097,561
  • Buffalo Sabres: $3,292,683
  • Anaheim Ducks: $3,341,463
  • New York Islanders: $2,804,878
  • Winnipeg Jets: $3,097,561
  • Nashville Predators: $3,292,683
  • Columbus Blue Jackets: $2,902,439
  • Arizona Coyotes: $2,487,805
  • Florida Panthers: $2,560,976
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Yearly Gate Receipts

  • New York Rangers: $103 million
  • Montreal Canadiens: $91 million
  • Toronto Maple Leafs: $97 million
  • Chicago Blackhawks: $99 million
  • Boston Bruins: $113 million
  • Los Angeles Kings: $60 million
  • Philadelphia Flyers: $68 million
  • Washington Capitals: $77 million
  • Pittsburgh Penguins: $76 million
  • Vegas Golden Knights: $84 million
  • Vancouver Canucks: $66 million
  • Detroit Red Wings: $68 million
  • New Jersey Devils: $43 million
  • St. Louis Blues: $61 million
  • Dallas Stars: $47 million
  • Edmonton Oilers: $66 million
  • Minnesota Wild: $58 million
  • San Jose Sharks: $73 million
  • Colorado Avalanche: $40 million
  • Tampa Bay Lightning: $49 million
  • Calgary Flames: $62 million
  • Carolina Hurricanes: $36 million
  • Ottawa Senators: $32 million
  • Buffalo Sabres: $41 million
  • Anaheim Ducks: $41 million
  • New York Islanders: $30 million
  • Winnipeg Jets: $53 million
  • Nashville Predators: $47 million
  • Columbus Blue Jackets: $41 million
  • Arizona Coyotes: $24 million
  • Florida Panthers: $17 million
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Gate Receipts Per Home Game

  • New York Rangers: $2,512,195
  • Montreal Canadiens: $2,219,512
  • Toronto Maple Leafs: $2,365,854
  • Chicago Blackhawks: $2,414,634
  • Boston Bruins: $2,756,098
  • Los Angeles Kings: $1,463,415
  • Philadelphia Flyers: $1,658,537
  • Washington Capitals: $1,878,049
  • Pittsburgh Penguins: $1,853,659
  • Vegas Golden Knights: $2,048,780
  • Vancouver Canucks: $1,609,756
  • Detroit Red Wings: $1,658,537
  • New Jersey Devils: $1,048,780
  • St. Louis Blues: $1,487,805
  • Dallas Stars: $1,146,341
  • Edmonton Oilers: $1,609,756
  • Minnesota Wild: $1,414,634
  • San Jose Sharks: $1,780,488
  • Colorado Avalanche: $975,610
  • Tampa Bay Lightning: $1,195,122
  • Calgary Flames: $1,512,195
  • Carolina Hurricanes: $878,049
  • Ottawa Senators: $780,488
  • Buffalo Sabres: $1,000,000
  • Anaheim Ducks: $1,000,000
  • New York Islanders: $731,707
  • Winnipeg Jets: $1,292,683
  • Nashville Predators: $1,146,341
  • Columbus Blue Jackets: $1,000,000
  • Arizona Coyotes: $585,366
  • Florida Panthers: $414,634
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Average Home Attendance

  • New York Rangers: 17,318
  • Montreal Canadiens: 21,046
  • Toronto Maple Leafs: 19,276
  • Chicago Blackhawks: 22,734
  • Boston Bruins: 17,565
  • Los Angeles Kings: 18,000
  • Philadelphia Flyers: 20,371
  • Washington Capitals: 18,508
  • Pittsburgh Penguins: 18,565
  • Vegas Golden Knights: 18,318
  • Vancouver Canucks: 18,022
  • Detroit Red Wings: 19,120
  • New Jersey Devils: 14,834
  • St. Louis Blues: 17,361
  • Dallas Stars: 18,178
  • Edmonton Oilers: 18,347
  • Minnesota Wild: 18,907
  • San Jose Sharks: 17,266
  • Colorado Avalanche: 17,132
  • Tampa Bay Lightning: 19,092
  • Calgary Flames: 18,501
  • Carolina Hurricanes: 14,322
  • Ottawa Senators: 14,553
  • Buffalo Sabres: 17,908
  • Anaheim Ducks: 16,814
  • New York Islanders: 12,442
  • Winnipeg Jets: 15,276
  • Nashville Predators: 17,445
  • Columbus Blue Jackets: 16,658
  • Arizona Coyotes: 13,989
  • Florida Panthers: 13,261
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Average Ticket Price

  • New York Rangers: $145.06
  • Montreal Canadiens: $105.46
  • Toronto Maple Leafs: $122.74
  • Chicago Blackhawks: $106.21
  • Boston Bruins: $156.91
  • Los Angeles Kings: $81.30
  • Philadelphia Flyers: $81.42
  • Washington Capitals: $101.47
  • Pittsburgh Penguins: $99.85
  • Vegas Golden Knights: $111.85
  • Vancouver Canucks: $89.32
  • Detroit Red Wings: $86.74
  • New Jersey Devils: $70.70
  • St. Louis Blues: $85.70
  • Dallas Stars: $63.06
  • Edmonton Oilers: $87.74
  • Minnesota Wild: $74.82
  • San Jose Sharks: $103.12
  • Colorado Avalanche: $56.95
  • Tampa Bay Lightning: $62.60
  • Calgary Flames: $81.74
  • Carolina Hurricanes: $61.31
  • Ottawa Senators: $53.63
  • Buffalo Sabres: $55.84
  • Anaheim Ducks: $59.47
  • New York Islanders: $58.81
  • Winnipeg Jets: $84.62
  • Nashville Predators: $65.71
  • Columbus Blue Jackets: $60.03
  • Arizona Coyotes: $41.84
  • Florida Panthers: $31.27
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Yearly Food and Merchandise Revenue

  • New York Rangers: $167 million
  • Montreal Canadiens: $152 million
  • Toronto Maple Leafs: $146 million
  • Chicago Blackhawks: $109 million
  • Boston Bruins: $115 million
  • Los Angeles Kings: $143 million
  • Philadelphia Flyers: $119 million
  • Washington Capitals: $103 million
  • Pittsburgh Penguins: $108 million
  • Vegas Golden Knights: $83 million
  • Vancouver Canucks: $101 million
  • Detroit Red Wings: $115 million
  • New Jersey Devils: $138 million
  • St. Louis Blues: $110 million
  • Dallas Stars: $119 million
  • Edmonton Oilers: $88 million
  • Minnesota Wild: $91 million
  • San Jose Sharks: $91 million
  • Colorado Avalanche: $90 million
  • Tampa Bay Lightning: $91 million
  • Calgary Flames: $76 million
  • Carolina Hurricanes: $92 million
  • Ottawa Senators: $95 million
  • Buffalo Sabres: $94 million
  • Anaheim Ducks: $96 million
  • New York Islanders: $85 million
  • Winnipeg Jets: $74 million
  • Nashville Predators: $88 million
  • Columbus Blue Jackets: $78 million
  • Arizona Coyotes: $78 million
  • Florida Panthers: $88 million
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Food and Merchandise Revenue Per Home Game

  • New York Rangers: $4,073,171
  • Montreal Canadiens: $3,707,317
  • Toronto Maple Leafs: $3,560,976
  • Chicago Blackhawks: $2,658,537
  • Boston Bruins: $2,804,878
  • Los Angeles Kings: $3,487,805
  • Philadelphia Flyers: $2,902,439
  • Washington Capitals: $2,512,195
  • Pittsburgh Penguins: $2,634,146
  • Vegas Golden Knights: $2,024,390
  • Vancouver Canucks: $2,463,415
  • Detroit Red Wings: $2,804,878
  • New Jersey Devils: $3,365,854
  • St. Louis Blues: $2,682,927
  • Dallas Stars: $2,902,439
  • Edmonton Oilers: $2,146,341
  • Minnesota Wild: $2,219,512
  • San Jose Sharks: $2,219,512
  • Colorado Avalanche: $2,195,122
  • Tampa Bay Lightning: $2,219,512
  • Calgary Flames: $1,853,659
  • Carolina Hurricanes: $2,243,902
  • Ottawa Senators: $2,317,073
  • Buffalo Sabres: $2,292,683
  • Anaheim Ducks: $2,341,463
  • New York Islanders: $2,073,171
  • Winnipeg Jets: $1,804,878
  • Nashville Predators: $2,146,341
  • Columbus Blue Jackets: $1,902,439
  • Arizona Coyotes: $1,902,439
  • Florida Panthers: $2,146,341
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Yearly Operating Income

  • New York Rangers: $123 million
  • Montreal Canadiens: $106 million
  • Toronto Maple Leafs: $101 million
  • Chicago Blackhawks: $69 million
  • Boston Bruins: $62 million
  • Los Angeles Kings: $54 million
  • Philadelphia Flyers: $40 million
  • Washington Capitals: $38 million
  • Pittsburgh Penguins: $35 million
  • Vegas Golden Knights: $33 million
  • Vancouver Canucks: $31 million
  • Detroit Red Wings: $31 million
  • New Jersey Devils: $25 million
  • St. Louis Blues: $20 million
  • Dallas Stars: $18 million
  • Edmonton Oilers: $16 million
  • Minnesota Wild: $11 million
  • San Jose Sharks: $10 million
  • Colorado Avalanche: $8.9 million
  • Tampa Bay Lightning: $7.2 million
  • Calgary Flames: $3.6 million
  • Carolina Hurricanes: $3.6 million
  • Ottawa Senators: $3.6 million
  • Buffalo Sabres: $1.9 million
  • Anaheim Ducks: -$3.1 million
  • New York Islanders: -$3.5 million
  • Winnipeg Jets: -$7.7 million
  • Nashville Predators: -$11 million
  • Columbus Blue Jackets: -$13 million
  • Arizona Coyotes: -$15 million
  • Florida Panthers: -$21 million
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Operating Income Per Home Game

  • New York Rangers: $3,000,000
  • Montreal Canadiens: $2,585,366
  • Toronto Maple Leafs: $2,463,415
  • Chicago Blackhawks: $1,682,927
  • Boston Bruins: $1,512,195
  • Los Angeles Kings: $1,317,073
  • Philadelphia Flyers: $975,610
  • Washington Capitals: $926,829
  • Pittsburgh Penguins: $853,659
  • Vegas Golden Knights: $804,878
  • Vancouver Canucks: $756,098
  • Detroit Red Wings: $756,098
  • New Jersey Devils: $609,756
  • St. Louis Blues: $487,805
  • Dallas Stars: $439,024
  • Edmonton Oilers: $390,244
  • Minnesota Wild: $268,293
  • San Jose Sharks: $243,902
  • Colorado Avalanche: $217,073
  • Tampa Bay Lightning: $175,610
  • Calgary Flames: $87,805
  • Carolina Hurricanes: $87,805
  • Ottawa Senators: $87,805
  • Buffalo Sabres: $46,341
  • Anaheim Ducks: -$75,610
  • New York Islanders: -$85,366
  • Winnipeg Jets: -$187,805
  • Nashville Predators: -$268,293
  • Columbus Blue Jackets: -$317,073
  • Arizona Coyotes: -$365,854
  • Florida Panthers: -$512,195
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Major Sponsors

  • New York Rangers: Anheuser-Busch InBev, Delta, DraftKings, JPMorgan Chase, Kia, Lexus, Party City, PepsiCo, Resorts World Casino, Squarespace, Time Warner Cable
  • Montreal Canadiens: Air Canada, Bell, Coca-Cola, Desjardins, FedEx, Ford, Intact, McDonald’s, MolsonCoors, Sobeys
  • Toronto Maple Leafs: Air Canada, Scotiabank, Canadian Tire, Coca-Cola, Ford, MBNA, MolsonCoors, PetSmart, Rogers
  • Chicago Blackhawks: American Express, Anheuser-Busch InBev, AT&T, BMO Harris Bank, Chevrolet, Coca-Cola, Constellation Energy, Fifth Third Bank, Lexus, ServiceMaster, United Airlines
  • Boston Bruins: Anheuser-Busch InBev, AT&T, Coca-Cola, Dunkin’, JetBlue, Lahey Health, ORG, TD Bank
  • Los Angeles Kings: American Express, Anheuser-Busch InBev, Coca-Cola, Delta, McDonald’s, Mercury Insurance, Staples, Toshiba, Toyota, Wells Fargo
  • Philadelphia Flyers: Chick-fil-A, Comcast, Dietz & Watson, Dunkin’, Kia, PECO, StubHub, Toyota, Wells Fargo
  • Washington Capitals: Alibaba Group, Budweiser, CapitalOne, Etihad Airways, GEICO, Giant, Leidos, MedStar Health, PepsiCo, Ticketmaster, WGL
  • Pittsburgh Penguins: CNX, Dick’s Sporting Goods, FedEx, GNC, Highmark, Dr Pepper Snapple Group, KeyCorp, TECO, PNC, PPG, UPMC, Vector Security
  • Vegas Golden Knights: Adidas, Anheuser-Busch InBev, Coca-Cola, The Cosmopolitan Hotel, Credit One, GEICO, Lexus, MGM Resorts, Staples, T-Mobile, Toyota
  • Vancouver Canucks: Air Canada, Overwaitea Food Group, Labatt, PepsiCo, Rogers, SkipTheDishes, Tim Hortons, TD Bank, Toyota
  • Detroit Red Wings: Anheuser-Busch InBev, Belfor, Chevrolet, Coca-Cola, Comcast, Comerica, DTE Energy, Huntington, Labatt, Little Caesars, Meijer
  • New Jersey Devils: Anheuser-Busch InBev, Caesars Entertainment, Ford, GEICO, Investors Bancorp, Mars, Prudential, RWJ Barnabas Health, UNIBET
  • St. Louis Blues: Anheuser-Busch InBev, Dobbs Tire, Enterprise Holdings, PepsiCo, PNC, Schnucks, Stifel, Toyota, Wells Fargo, World Wide Technology
  • Dallas Stars: 7-Eleven, AMR, AT&T, Budweiser, Comerica, Dr Pepper Snapple Group, Ford, Jamba Juice, Kia, Kroger, Toyota
  • Edmonton Oilers: ATCO Group, Scotiabank, Boston Pizza, Ford, MolsonCoors, PCL Construction, PepsiCo, Pizza 73, Rogers
  • Minnesota Wild: Andersen, Anheuser-Busch InBev, BMO Harris Bank, Coca-Cola, Ecolab, HyVee, Polaris, Toyota, Treasure Island Resort, Wells Fargo, XcelEnergy
  • San Jose Sharks: Alaska Airlines, BMW, Cache Greek Casino, Kaiser Permanente, Matrix, Safeway, SAP, Western Digital, Zoom
  • Colorado Avalanche: Anheuser-Busch InBev, Health One, KeyCorp, King Soopers, Lexus, MillerCoors, PepsiCo, Subaru, Toyota, UCHealth
  • Tampa Bay Lightning: Amalie Motor Oil, Anheuser-Busch InBev, Apple, Ashley Furniture, DEX Imaging, Florida BlueCross BlueShield, Ford, Heritage Insurance, JPMorgan Chase, MillerCoors, PepsiCo, Southwest Airlines
  • Calgary Flames: Air Canada, Scotiabank, Budweiser, Coca-Cola, Esso, MBNA, Pizza 73, Telus
  • Carolina Hurricanes: Adidas, Anheuser-Busch InBev, BlueCross BlueShield, Constellation Brands, Gatorade, GEICO, Harris Teeter, Lenovo, PepsiCo, PNC
  • Ottawa Senators: Air Canada, Bell, Canadian Tire, Coca-Cola, McDonald’s, MolsonCoors, Pizza Pizza, Tim Hortons
  • Buffalo Sabres: BlueCross BlueShield, Coca-Cola, KeyCorp, Labatt, New Era, Roswell Park, Tim Hortons, Toyota
  • Anaheim Ducks: Anheuser-Busch InBev, Dr  Pepper Snapple Group, Honda, Pacific Premier Bank, San Manuel Resort, UCI Health
  • New York Islanders: Enterprise Holdings, Ford, GEICO, Jovia, Maspeth Federal Savings, MillerCoors, Northwell Health, PC Richard & Sons, Ridgewood Savings Bank, NBTY
  • Winnipeg Jets: Air Canada, Scotiabank, Bell, Coca-Cola, Labatt, Nissan, Pizza Pizza, Princess Auto, SkipTheDishes, Sobeys, Tim Hortons, Wawanesa Insurance
  • Nashville Predators: Anheuser-Busch InBev, AT&T, Bridgestone, Coca-Cola, DEX Imaging, Fifth Third Bank, Ford, GEICO, Jack Daniel’s, Nissan, Vanderbilt Medical, Walmart
  • Columbus Blue Jackets: AEP, Kroger, Nationwide, PepsiCo, Ticketmaster, Toyota, Vector Security
  • Arizona Coyotes: BMW, Dignity Health, Fry’s, Gila River Casino, Heineken, Mayo Clinic, MillerCoors, Mountain America Credit Union, PepsiCo
  • Florida Panthers: Baptist Health, BB&T, City Furniture, Coca-Cola, DEX Imaging, Ford, JetBlue, Lexus, Moss, Ultimate Software
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NFL

Professional football still has the best shot at staying whole. In fact, the NFL still plans to hold its annual draft in late April. However, it’s uncertain how long the measures to block the spread of the coronavirus will need to last so that the league can avoid suffering serious lost revenue by canceling a portion — or all — of the season.

Check Out: The 25 Richest NFL Team Owners

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Team Value

  • Dallas Cowboys: $5.50 billion
  • New England Patriots: $4.10 billion
  • Houston Texans: $3.10 billion
  • Philadelphia Eagles: $3.05 billion
  • New York Giants: $3.90 billion
  • Baltimore Ravens: $2.75 billion
  • New Orleans Saints: $2.28 billion
  • Washington Redskins: $3.40 billion
  • New York Jets: $3.20 billion
  • Seattle Seahawks: $2.78 billion
  • Indianapolis Colts: $2.65 billion
  • Pittsburgh Steelers: $2.80 billion
  • Atlanta Falcons: $2.75 billion
  • Denver Broncos: $3.00 billion
  • San Francisco 49ers: $3.50 billion
  • Arizona Cardinals: $2.25 billion
  • Kansas City Chiefs: $2.30 billion
  • Buffalo Bills: $1.90 billion
  • Carolina Panthers: $2.40 billion
  • Jacksonville Jaguars: $2.33 billion
  • Detroit Lions: $1.950 billion
  • Los Angeles Chargers: $2.50 billion
  • Miami Dolphins: $2.76 billion
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers: $2.20 billion
  • Minnesota Vikings: $2.70 billion
  • Chicago Bears: $3.45 billion
  • Cincinnati Bengals: $2.00 billion
  • Tennessee Titans: $2.15 billion
  • Green Bay Packers: $2.85 billion
  • Cleveland Browns: $2.18 billion
  • Los Angeles Rams: $3.80 billion
  • Las Vegas Raiders: $2.90 billion
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Yearly Revenue

  • Dallas Cowboys: $950 million
  • New England Patriots: $600 million
  • Houston Texans: $497 million
  • Philadelphia Eagles: $482 million
  • New York Giants: $519 million
  • Baltimore Ravens: $438 million
  • New Orleans Saints: $441 million
  • Washington Redskins: $493 million
  • New York Jets: $475 million
  • Seattle Seahawks: $439 million
  • Indianapolis Colts: $393 million
  • Pittsburgh Steelers: $439 million
  • Atlanta Falcons: $458 million
  • Denver Broncos: $446 million
  • San Francisco 49ers: $492 million
  • Arizona Cardinals: $400 million
  • Kansas City Chiefs: $410 million
  • Buffalo Bills: $386 million
  • Carolina Panthers: $424 million
  • Jacksonville Jaguars: $424 million
  • Detroit Lions: $385 million
  • Los Angeles Chargers: $375 million
  • Miami Dolphins: $443 million
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers: $400 million
  • Minnesota Vikings: $427 million
  • Chicago Bears: $453 million
  • Cincinnati Bengals: $380 million
  • Tennessee Titans: $394 million
  • Green Bay Packers: $456 million
  • Cleveland Browns: $399 million
  • Los Angeles Rams: $401 million
  • Las Vegas Raiders: $357 million
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Revenue Per Home Game

  • Dallas Cowboys: $118,750,000
  • New England Patriots: $75,000,000
  • Houston Texans: $62,125,000
  • Philadelphia Eagles: $60,250,000
  • New York Giants: $64,875,000
  • Baltimore Ravens: $54,750,000
  • New Orleans Saints: $55,125,000
  • Washington Redskins: $61,625,000
  • New York Jets: $59,375,000
  • Seattle Seahawks: $54,875,000
  • Indianapolis Colts: $49,125,000
  • Pittsburgh Steelers: $54,875,000
  • Atlanta Falcons: $57,250,000
  • Denver Broncos: $55,750,000
  • San Francisco 49ers: $61,500,000
  • Arizona Cardinals: $50,000,000
  • Kansas City Chiefs: $51,250,000
  • Buffalo Bills: $48,250,000
  • Carolina Panthers: $53,000,000
  • Jacksonville Jaguars: $53,000,000
  • Detroit Lions: $48,125,000
  • Los Angeles Chargers: $46,875,000
  • Miami Dolphins: $55,375,000
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers: $50,000,000
  • Minnesota Vikings: $53,375,000
  • Chicago Bears: $56,625,000
  • Cincinnati Bengals: $47,500,000
  • Tennessee Titans: $49,250,000
  • Green Bay Packers: $57,000,000
  • Cleveland Browns: $49,875,000
  • Los Angeles Rams: $50,125,000
  • Las Vegas Raiders: $44,625,000
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Yearly Gate Receipts

  • Dallas Cowboys: $108 million
  • New England Patriots: $104 million
  • Houston Texans: $75 million
  • Philadelphia Eagles: $78 million
  • New York Giants: $97 million
  • Baltimore Ravens: $74 million
  • New Orleans Saints: $70 million
  • Washington Redskins: $78 million
  • New York Jets: $82 million
  • Seattle Seahawks: $66 million
  • Indianapolis Colts: $59 million
  • Pittsburgh Steelers: $72 million
  • Atlanta Falcons: $75 million
  • Denver Broncos: $80 million
  • San Francisco 49ers: $78 million
  • Arizona Cardinals: $58 million
  • Kansas City Chiefs: $60 million
  • Buffalo Bills: $53 million
  • Carolina Panthers: $76 million
  • Jacksonville Jaguars: $61 million
  • Detroit Lions: $56 million
  • Los Angeles Chargers: $58 million
  • Miami Dolphins: $73 million
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers: $54 million
  • Minnesota Vikings: $71 million
  • Chicago Bears: $75 million
  • Cincinnati Bengals: $48 million
  • Tennessee Titans: $55 million
  • Green Bay Packers: $74 million
  • Cleveland Browns: $53 million
  • Los Angeles Rams: $71 million
  • Las Vegas Raiders: $48 million
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Gate Receipts Per Home Game

  • Dallas Cowboys: $13.50 million
  • New England Patriots: $13.00 million
  • Houston Texans: $9.38 million
  • Philadelphia Eagles: $9.75 million
  • New York Giants: $12.13 million
  • Baltimore Ravens: $9.25 million
  • New Orleans Saints: $8.75 million
  • Washington Redskins: $9.75 million
  • New York Jets: $10.25 million
  • Seattle Seahawks: $8.25 million
  • Indianapolis Colts: $7.38 million
  • Pittsburgh Steelers: $9 million
  • Atlanta Falcons: $9.38 million
  • Denver Broncos: $10 million
  • San Francisco 49ers: $9.75 million
  • Arizona Cardinals: $7.25 million
  • Kansas City Chiefs: $7.50 million
  • Buffalo Bills: $6.63 million
  • Carolina Panthers: $9.50 million
  • Jacksonville Jaguars: $7.63million
  • Detroit Lions: $7.00 million
  • Los Angeles Chargers: $7.25 million
  • Miami Dolphins: $9.13 million
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers: $6.75 million
  • Minnesota Vikings: $8.875 million
  • Chicago Bears: $9.375 million
  • Cincinnati Bengals: $6 million
  • Tennessee Titans: $6.875 million
  • Green Bay Packers: $9.25 million
  • Cleveland Browns: $6.625 million
  • Los Angeles Rams: $8.875 million
  • Las Vegas Raiders: $6 million
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Average Attendance

  • Dallas Cowboys: 90,929
  • New England Patriots: 65,753
  • Houston Texans: 71,793
  • Philadelphia Eagles: 69,783
  • New York Giants: 74,664
  • Baltimore Ravens: 70,627
  • New Orleans Saints: 73,082
  • Washington Redskins: 65,488
  • New York Jets: 78,523
  • Seattle Seahawks: 68,990
  • Indianapolis Colts: 61,110
  • Pittsburgh Steelers: 62,237
  • Atlanta Falcons: 71,601
  • Denver Broncos: 75,937
  • San Francisco 49ers: 70,305
  • Arizona Cardinals: 61,323
  • Kansas City Chiefs: 73,465
  • Buffalo Bills: 68,839
  • Carolina Panthers: 72,220
  • Jacksonville Jaguars: 63,085
  • Detroit Lions: 61,342
  • Los Angeles Chargers: 31,750
  • Miami Dolphins: 63,067
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 51,898
  • Minnesota Vikings: 66,849
  • Chicago Bears: 61,916
  • Cincinnati Bengals: 47,179
  • Tennessee Titans: 64,509
  • Green Bay Packers: 77,845
  • Cleveland Browns: 67,431
  • Los Angeles Rams: 71,229
  • Las Vegas Raiders: 52,549
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Average Ticket Price

  • Dallas Cowboys: $148.47
  • New England Patriots: $197.71
  • Houston Texans: $130.58
  • Philadelphia Eagles: $139.72
  • New York Giants: $162.39
  • Baltimore Ravens: $130.97
  • New Orleans Saints: $119.73
  • Washington Redskins: $148.88
  • New York Jets: $130.54
  • Seattle Seahawks: $119.58
  • Indianapolis Colts: $120.68
  • Pittsburgh Steelers: $144.61
  • Atlanta Falcons: $130.93
  • Denver Broncos: $131.69
  • San Francisco 49ers: $138.68
  • Arizona Cardinals: $118.23
  • Kansas City Chiefs: $102.09
  • Buffalo Bills: $96.24
  • Carolina Panthers: $131.54
  • Jacksonville Jaguars: $120.87
  • Detroit Lions: $114.11
  • Los Angeles Chargers: $228.35
  • Miami Dolphins: $144.69
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers: $130.06
  • Minnesota Vikings: $132.76
  • Chicago Bears: $151.41
  • Cincinnati Bengals: $127.18
  • Tennessee Titans: $106.57
  • Green Bay Packers: $118.83
  • Cleveland Browns: $98.25
  • Los Angeles Rams: $124.60
  • Las Vegas Raiders: $114.18

Related: The Cost To Go To the Super Bowl the Year You Were Born

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Yearly Food and Merchandise Revenue

  • Dallas Cowboys: $842 million
  • New England Patriots: $496 million
  • Houston Texans: $422 million
  • Philadelphia Eagles: $404 million
  • New York Giants: $422 million
  • Baltimore Ravens: $364 million
  • New Orleans Saints: $371 million
  • Washington Redskins: $415 million
  • New York Jets: $393 million
  • Seattle Seahawks: $373 million
  • Indianapolis Colts: $334 million
  • Pittsburgh Steelers: $367 million
  • Atlanta Falcons: $383 million
  • Denver Broncos: $366 million
  • San Francisco 49ers: $414 million
  • Arizona Cardinals: $342 million
  • Kansas City Chiefs: $350 million
  • Buffalo Bills: $333 million
  • Carolina Panthers: $348 million
  • Jacksonville Jaguars: $363 million
  • Detroit Lions: $329 million
  • Los Angeles Chargers: $317 million
  • Miami Dolphins: $370 million
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers: $346 million
  • Minnesota Vikings: $356 million
  • Chicago Bears: $378 million
  • Cincinnati Bengals: $332 million
  • Tennessee Titans: $339 million
  • Green Bay Packers: $382 million
  • Cleveland Browns: $346 million
  • Los Angeles Rams: $330 million
  • Las Vegas Raiders: $309 million
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Food and Merchandise Revenue Per Home Game

  • Dallas Cowboys: $105,250,000
  • New England Patriots: $62,000,000
  • Houston Texans: $52,750,000
  • Philadelphia Eagles: $50,500,000
  • New York Giants: $52,750,000
  • Baltimore Ravens: $45,500,000
  • New Orleans Saints: $46,375,000
  • Washington Redskins: $51,875,000
  • New York Jets: $49,125,000
  • Seattle Seahawks: $46,625,000
  • Indianapolis Colts: $41,750,000
  • Pittsburgh Steelers: $45,875,000
  • Atlanta Falcons: $47,875,000
  • Denver Broncos: $45,750,000
  • San Francisco 49ers: $51,750,000
  • Arizona Cardinals: $42,750,000
  • Kansas City Chiefs: $43,750,000
  • Buffalo Bills: $41,625,000
  • Carolina Panthers: $43,500,000
  • Jacksonville Jaguars: $45,375,000
  • Detroit Lions: $41,125,000
  • Los Angeles Chargers: $39,625,000
  • Miami Dolphins: $46,250,000
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers: $43,250,000
  • Minnesota Vikings: $44,500,000
  • Chicago Bears: $47,250,000
  • Cincinnati Bengals: $41,500,000
  • Tennessee Titans: $42,375,000
  • Green Bay Packers: $47,750,000
  • Cleveland Browns: $43,250,000
  • Los Angeles Rams: $41,250,000
  • Las Vegas Raiders: $38,625,000
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Yearly Operating Income

  • Dallas Cowboys: $420 million
  • New England Patriots: $240 million
  • Houston Texans: $176 million
  • Philadelphia Eagles: $150 million
  • New York Giants: $142 million
  • Baltimore Ravens: $131 million
  • New Orleans Saints: $126 million
  • Washington Redskins: $120 million
  • New York Jets: $115 million
  • Seattle Seahawks: $106 million
  • Indianapolis Colts: $104 million
  • Pittsburgh Steelers: $102 million
  • Atlanta Falcons: $97 million
  • Denver Broncos: $94 million
  • San Francisco 49ers: $93 million
  • Arizona Cardinals: $87 million
  • Kansas City Chiefs: $83 million
  • Buffalo Bills: $82 million
  • Carolina Panthers: $78 million
  • Jacksonville Jaguars: $77 million
  • Detroit Lions: $73 million
  • Los Angeles Chargers: $72 million
  • Miami Dolphins: $67 million
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers: $66 million
  • Minnesota Vikings: $65 million
  • Chicago Bears: $62 million
  • Cincinnati Bengals: $58 million
  • Tennessee Titans: $53,000,000 million
  • Green Bay Packers: $39 million
  • Cleveland Browns: $32 million
  • Los Angeles Rams: $30 million
  • Las Vegas Raiders: $28 million
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Operating Income Per Home Game

  • Dallas Cowboys: $52,500,000
  • New England Patriots: $30,000,000
  • Houston Texans: $22,000,000
  • Philadelphia Eagles: $18,750,000
  • New York Giants: $17,750,000
  • Baltimore Ravens: $16,375,000
  • New Orleans Saints: $15,750,000
  • Washington Redskins: $15,000,000
  • New York Jets: $14,375,000
  • Seattle Seahawks: $13,250,000
  • Indianapolis Colts: $13,000,000
  • Pittsburgh Steelers: $12,750,000
  • Atlanta Falcons: $12,125,000
  • Denver Broncos: $11,750,000
  • San Francisco 49ers: $11,625,000
  • Arizona Cardinals: $10,875,000
  • Kansas City Chiefs: $10,375,000
  • Buffalo Bills: $10,250,000
  • Carolina Panthers: $9,750,000
  • Jacksonville Jaguars: $9,625,000
  • Detroit Lions: $9,125,000
  • Los Angeles Chargers: $9,000,000
  • Miami Dolphins: $8,375,000
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers: $8,250,000
  • Minnesota Vikings: $8,125,000
  • Chicago Bears: $7,750,000
  • Cincinnati Bengals: $7,250,000
  • Tennessee Titans: $6,625,000
  • Green Bay Packers: $4,875,000
  • Cleveland Browns: $4,000,000
  • Los Angeles Rams: $3,750,000
  • Las Vegas/Oakland Raiders: $3,500,000
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Major Sponsors

  • Dallas Cowboys: American Airlines, AT&T, Bank of America, Ford, Dr Pepper Snapple Group, Miller Coors, PepsiCo
  • New England Patriots: Anheuser-Busch InBev, Bank of America, Bose, Dell, DraftKings, Gillette, jetBlue, Optum, PepsiCo, Verizon
  • Houston Texans: Anheuser-Busch InBev, BMW, Coca-Cola, Ford, HEB, Houston Methodist, Hyundai, MillerCoors, NRG, United Airlines, Verizon
  • Philadelphia Eagles: American Airlines, Anheuser-Busch InBev, Axalta, Santander, Coca-Cola, Comcast, Entercom, Jefferson Health, Lincoln Financial Group, MillerCoors, NovaCare, NRG, Verizon
  • New York Giants: Anheuser-Busch InBev, Dell, MetLife, PepsiCo, Quest Diagnostics, SAP, Toyota, Verizon
  • Baltimore Ravens: Coca-Cola, Horseshoe Casino, M&T Bank, MedStar Health, MillerCoors, Southwest Airlines, Under Armour, Toyota, Under Armour, Verizon, Wawa
  • New Orleans Saints: Anheuser-Busch InBev, Chevron, Coca-Cola, Entergy, Mercedes-Benz, Ochsner, SeatGeek, Verizon
  • Washington Redskins: Anheuser-Busch InBev, BofA, FedEx, PepsiCo
  • New York Jets: Anheuser-Busch InBev, Atlantic Health System, jetBlue, M&T Bank, MetLife, MGM Resorts, NRG, PepsiCo, SAP, Ticketmaster, Toyota, Verizon
  • Seattle Seahawks: American Family Insurance, Anheuser-Busch InBev, BECU, Boeing, CenturyLink, Coca-Cola, Delta, Pizza Hut, Starbucks, Toyota, Verizon, Virginia Mason
  • Indianapolis Colts: Anheuser-Busch InBev, Carrier, Coca-Cola, FedEx, IU Health, Lucas Oil, Meijer, Stanley Security, Toyota, Verizon
  • Pittsburgh Steelers: 84Lumber, Anheuser-Busch InBev, FedEx, Ford, Giant Eagle, KraftHeinz, MillerCoors, TECO, PepsiCo, PNC, USS, UPMC
  • Atlanta Falcons: American Family Insurance, AT&T, Coca-Cola, Equifax, Georgia Power, The Home Depot, IBM, Mercedes-Benz, NCR, Publix, SCANA, SunTrust
  • Denver Broncos: Anheuser-Busch InBev, Arrow, CenturyLink, Coca-Cola, Ford, King Soopers, Noble Energy, UCHealth, USBancorp, Verizon
  • San Francisco 49ers: Anheuser-Busch InBev, BNY Mellon, Dignity Health, Intel, Levi’s, NRG, PepsiCo, SAP, Toyota, United Airlines, Visa, Yahoo!
  • Arizona Cardinals: Anheuser-Busch InBev, Desert Financial Credit Union, Ford, Papa Johns, Sonic, State Farm, University of Phoenix
  • Kansas City Chiefs: Anheuser-Busch InBev, Coca-Cola, Community America, Cumulus Media, Ford, Gatorade, GEHA, HyVee, Kansas City Power & Light, Sprint, State Farm, University of Kansas Health System
  • Buffalo Bills: Anheuser-Busch InBev, Dunn Tire, ECMC, Kaleida Health, M&T Bank, Microsoft, New Era, PepsiCo, Tim Horton’s, Toyota, Nissan
  • Carolina Panthers: Anheuser-Busch InBev, Bank of America, Bojangles, Coca-Cola, Harris Teeter, Lowe’s, MillerCoors, Visa
  • Jacksonville Jaguars: Baptist Health, Florida BlueCross BlueShield, LycaMobile, PepsiCo, Publix, TIAA
  • Detroit Lions: Anheuser-Busch InBev, Belfor, BlueCross Blueshield, Comerica, Ford, Kroger, Meijer, MillerCoors, PepsiCo, Plante Moran, Quicken Loans
  • Los Angeles Chargers: Albertsons, Anheuser-Busch InBev, Chevron, Grant Thornton, Hoag, Pacific Premier Bank, Rokit, San Manuel Casino, Tender Greens
  • Miami Dolphins: AARP, Anheuser-Busch InBev, BankUnited, BreakThru, Ford, Hard Rock, Hyundai, PepsiCo, Publix, Verizon
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Advent Health, Anheuser-Busch InBev, CenturyLink, Coca-Cola, Ford, Frontier Communications, Hyundai, Mercedes-Benz, MillerCoors, Publix, Raymond James
  • Minnesota Vikings: CenturyLink, Delta, HyVee, Land O Lakes, Medtronic, MillerCoors, Pentair, PepsiCo, Polaris, USBancorp, Verizon
  • Chicago Bears: Advocate Health Care, Dr. Pepper Snapple Group, MillerCoors, PNC, ProvenIT, United Airlines, Verizon
  • Cincinnati Bengals: Anheuser-Busch InBev, Fifth Third Bank, McDonalds, MillerCoors, Papa Johns, PepsiCo, TriHealth
  • Tennessee Titans: Anheuser-Busch InBev, Bridgestone, Coca-Cola, Comcast, Nissan, Pinnacle Bank
  • Green Bay Packers: American Family Insurance, Associated Banc-Corp, Bellinhealth, Chevrolet, Coca-Cola, Johnsonville, Kwix Trip, MillerCoors, Oneida Indian Nation, US Cellular
  • Cleveland Browns: Anheuser-Busch InBev, Drug Mart, Dr Pepper Snapple Group, Fifth Third Bank, FirstEnergy, Giant Eagle, KeyCorp, Sherwin Williams, University Hospitals
  • Los Angeles Rams: Albertsons, American Airlines, Anheuser-Busch InBev, Cedars-Sinai, Corona, Hyundai, Pechanga Resort, Unify
  • Las Vegas/Oakland Raiders: Allegiant Bank, Anheuser-Busch InBev, Chevron, Comcast, CreditOne, PepsiCo, Verizon

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Methodology: To find out what a canceled season would cost the United States professional sports leagues, GOBankingRates looked at Forbes’ team evaluations for the National Football League, the National Basketball Association, the National Hockey League and Major League Baseball. Using these reports and attendance reports for the most recent completed seasons from ESPN (NHL, NBA, NFL) and Baseball Reference (MLB), GOBankingRates found the following data points: (1) team value, (2) yearly revenue, (3) revenue per home game, (4) yearly gate receipts, (5) gate receipts per home game, (6) average attendance, (7) average ticket price per home game, (8) yearly food and merchandise revenue, (9) food and merchandise revenue per home game, (10) yearly operating income, (11) operating income per game and (12) major sponsors. All data was collected and up to date as of March 29, 2020.