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NFL Teams Brought In An Unbelievable Amount Of Revenue Last Season

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Compared to the other major sports in the United States, the NFL continues to be king in terms of viewership.

The Super Bowl seems to become a bigger event every year, giving teams that much more drive and excitement to make it to the big game.

With the amount of viewership and visibility that the NFL has, there is a significant amount of money tied to this league.

A recent tweet from B/R Gridiron highlighted that “Each NFL Team brought in over $400M dollars last season,” making the league’s revenue over $13 billion.

Each NFL Team brought in over $400M dollars last season 💰

— B/R Gridiron (@brgridiron) July 8, 2024

It’s no wonder why former athletes and high-profile investors are trying to buy into NFL franchises.

The value of the league keeps skyrocketing, and unless there is a major cultural switch in the years to come, this trajectory isn’t slowing down anytime soon.

The NFL is filled with storylines and elite players that keep fans coming back every week, hoping to see more of the action unfold.

With each team having one game every week, it allows fans to focus on what’s happening, rather than other sports, that might have three to seven games in a week, depending on a team’s schedule.

It will be interesting to see if other sports try to copy the NFL’s model in the future given their success and amount of revenue.

NFL fans are viewed as some of the most die-hard fans in any sport, and they’ll seemingly do anything to watch or support their favorite teams in any capacity.

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