2016’s Best & Worst Cities for Football Fans


Super Bowl 50 is this Sunday! The most watched game in the country – also in anticipation for the ads – has given a reason for the personal finance website WalletHub to analyze data and ranks 2016’s Best & Worst Cities for Football Fans.

To identify the best cities for football fans, WalletHub analyzed 245 cities in the U.S. with at least one college or professional football team based on 18 key metrics, ranging from the number of NFL and college football teams to average ticket prices.

Do you live in one of them?

Best Cities for Football Fans

1. Green Bay, WI

2. Clemson, SC

3. Pittsburgh, PA

4. Tuscaloosa, AL

5. East Lansing, MI

6. Denver, CO

7. Princeton, NJ

8. New York, NY

9. Philadelphia, PA

10. Baton Rouge, LA

Source: WalletHub

Worst Cities for Football Fans

236. Albany, NY

237. Pocatello, ID

238. Worcester, MA

239. Valparaiso, IN

240. Lexington, KY

241. Pine Bluff, AR

242. Ogden, UT

243. East Hartford, CT

244. New Britain, CT

245. Kingston, RI

Source: WalletHub

Super Bowl 50 by the Numbers

1.3 Billion: Number of chicken wings that will be consumed on Super Bowl Sunday.

8+ Million: Pounds of guacamole that will be consumed on Super Bowl Sunday.

33 Pounds: Weight of the gold-plated “5 – 0” numerals that will be awarded to the winning team.

$5+ Million: A 30-second ad during Super Bowl 50 costs more than $5 Million.


Source: WalletHub