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The u.s. Professional sports market & franchise value report 2012

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03-03-2013, 10:53 AM
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The u.s. Professional sports market & franchise value report 2012

Lots of comparisons in report

http://www.wrhambrecht.com/pdf/Sport...eport_2012.pdf

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That document should be in the Stick thread. Great find, ebox.

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From Appendix D (average ticket price data):

2010-11 notables:
Chicago - $55.72
Florida - $55.67
Ottawa - $55.51
Detroit - $53.28
Nashville - $51.04
Columbus - $47.95
St. Louis - $41.57
Colorado - $40.52
Buffalo - $38.25

I found that string of numbers to be thoroughly amusing. I can't imagine for the life of me why, though...


This is a really useful resource as a basis for discussion, particularly between leagues. It's interesting to see how wildly the Yankees skew baseball's numbers for franchise valuation and ticket prices. That probably factored into the massive sale price of the Dodgers, as well. It's also pretty remarkable to see the NHL keeping pace with the NFL's revenue growth. Bypassing the NBA in revenues in the next decade would be a huge move for the league.

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From Appendix D (average ticket price data):

2010-11 notables:
Chicago - $55.72
Florida - $55.67
Ottawa - $55.51
Detroit - $53.28
Nashville - $51.04
Columbus - $47.95
St. Louis - $41.57
Colorado - $40.52
Buffalo - $38.25

I found that string of numbers to be thoroughly amusing. I can't imagine for the life of me why, though...


This is a really useful resource as a basis for discussion, particularly between leagues. It's interesting to see how wildly the Yankees skew baseball's numbers for franchise valuation and ticket prices. That probably factored into the massive sale price of the Dodgers, as well. It's also pretty remarkable to see the NHL keeping pace with the NFL's revenue growth. Bypassing the NBA in revenues in the next decade would be a huge move for the league.
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The dip when Detroit got crushed by the auto collapse is unreal

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