Packers No. 22 On Forbes’ List Of Most Valuable Sports Teams

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If only that stock was worth something.

The Green Bay Packers came in at No. 22 on Forbes’ list of most valuable sports teams, with a value of $1.02 billion and revenue of $232 million.

The list is lead by the English Premier League’s Manchester United, which has a value of $1.83 billion and revenue of $459 million. The Dallas Cowboys are the top NFL team at No. 2, with a $1.65 billion valuation and revenue of $280 million.

The top NFC North team is the Chicago Bears at No. 13. The Bears are valued at $1.08 billion and have revenue of $241 million.

The Detroit Lions came in at No. 36 ($867 million and $206 million) and the Minnesota Vikings were No. 40 ($835 million and $209 million).

All 32 NFL teams made the list. The rest of the list was comprised of nine soccer teams, five baseball teams, two basketball teams and two motorsports teams.

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