The Eagles, who are finishing up a two-year renovation of Lincoln Financial Field, were ranked 17th with a value of $1.314 billion. Meanwhile, the Phillies finished 39th with a value of $975 million.
Despite finishing in the top 20, the Eagles fell two spots from last year’s No. 15 spot and finished fourth amongst their NFC East rivals. The Cowboys, ranked fifth at $2.3 billion, were the highest-ranked NFL team, while the Redskins (ninth, $1.7 billion) and Giants (10th, $1.55 billion) weren’t far behind.
The Phillies, who were the first team on the list valued at less than $1 billion, moved up two spots from 2013’s 41st ranking and were the only NL East team to crack the list. The Yankees were the highest-ranked MLB team, finishing fourth overall for the second straight year at $2.5 billion.
For the second year in a row, Real Madrid took the top spot with a value of $3.44 billion. Two other soccer teams, Barcelona ($3.2 billion) and Manchester United ($2.81 billion), finished second and third respectively.
The rest of the top 10 was rounded out by the Los Angeles Dodgers (sixth, $2 billion), Bayern Munich (seventh, $1.85 billion) and the New England Patriots (eighth, 1.8 billion).
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