2016 Study Shows Best and Worst Cities for Football Fans


With Super Bowl 50 right around the corner, a study conducted by WalletHub reveals its 2016 Best & Worst Cities for Football Fans.

According to a news release from WalletHub, the 245 largest cities in the United States were compared based on 18 key metrics, ranging from the number of NFL and college football teams to average ticket prices.

If you’re interested in where a few cities in West Virginia rank, Huntington came in at 27th and Morgantown came in at 33rd.

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

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

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