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Franchise Value

I did a search and could not find anything. This article came out last week. The Niners are the ranked 27th in value? Does that seem really low to anyone else? The Raiders were dead last. What was the Niner's value in the late 80s and early 90s? Does a new stadium add that much more value to the team?


Value

[ Edited by dr8van on Sep 10, 2009 at 10:44:50 ]
Yorks =Drop in value.
Losing = Loss In Fan Base = Loss in Value
Yes a new stadium does increase our value that much...
Look at it this way if you ever wanted to buy a franchise the 9ers will be more affordable than most teams in the league.
blame it on the yorks. ever since they took over they have f**ked us every which way. the 49ers hold no value!
Just affirms the fact that this franchise needs a new stadium.
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Franchise Value has mostly to do with

1. Market Size
2. Stadium

NFL teams do not have to share revenues derived from luxury box, club seating and consession reveune. THerefore new stadiums are heavy with these aminities. The Stick does extremely poorley in these areas, tough as hell to go to rest room let alone but food/drinks.

A great example of a modern consession is the Clubs/Bars in Oakland's Oracle Arena. Another is the Club Seating at Pac Bell. No lines to limit spending your money, team stores and every food/drink you can imagine.

NFL teams share TV, Ticket and merchandise reveune.

Due to the market size of the Bay Area the Niners could easily be a top 15 franchise with the right stadium situation. Maybe top 10 if sold out consistantly and Niners have a favorable lease/reveune share agreement with Santa Clara or San Francisco.
Originally posted by niner_rick:
Franchise Value has mostly to do with

1. Market Size
2. Stadium

NFL teams do not have to share revenues derived from luxury box, club seating and consession reveune. THerefore new stadiums are heavy with these aminities. The Stick does extremely poorley in these areas, tough as hell to go to rest room let alone but food/drinks.

A great example of a modern consession is the Clubs/Bars in Oakland's Oracle Arena. Another is the Club Seating at Pac Bell. No lines to limit spending your money, team stores and every food/drink you can imagine.

NFL teams share TV, Ticket and merchandise reveune.

Due to the market size of the Bay Area the Niners could easily be a top 15 franchise with the right stadium situation. Maybe top 10 if sold out consistantly and Niners have a favorable lease/reveune share agreement with Santa Clara or San Francisco.

+1

When the Raiders finally move once their lease is up and should the 9ers actually get a new stadium built, they too could easily be in the top 10 in revinue.
Originally posted by fzrdave:
Originally posted by niner_rick:
Franchise Value has mostly to do with

1. Market Size
2. Stadium

NFL teams do not have to share revenues derived from luxury box, club seating and consession reveune. THerefore new stadiums are heavy with these aminities. The Stick does extremely poorley in these areas, tough as hell to go to rest room let alone but food/drinks.

A great example of a modern consession is the Clubs/Bars in Oakland's Oracle Arena. Another is the Club Seating at Pac Bell. No lines to limit spending your money, team stores and every food/drink you can imagine.

NFL teams share TV, Ticket and merchandise reveune.

Due to the market size of the Bay Area the Niners could easily be a top 15 franchise with the right stadium situation. Maybe top 10 if sold out consistantly and Niners have a favorable lease/reveune share agreement with Santa Clara or San Francisco.

+1

When the Raiders finally GO BACK TO LOS ANGELES once their lease is up and should the 9ers actually get a new stadium built, they too could easily be in the top 10 in revinue.

*FIXED*

[ Edited by Buonaparte69 on Sep 10, 2009 at 23:35:57 ]
Originally posted by niner_rick:
Franchise Value has mostly to do with

1. Market Size
2. Stadium

NFL teams do not have to share revenues derived from luxury box, club seating and consession reveune. THerefore new stadiums are heavy with these aminities. The Stick does extremely poorley in these areas, tough as hell to go to rest room let alone but food/drinks.

A great example of a modern consession is the Clubs/Bars in Oakland's Oracle Arena. Another is the Club Seating at Pac Bell. No lines to limit spending your money, team stores and every food/drink you can imagine.

NFL teams share TV, Ticket and merchandise reveune.

Due to the market size of the Bay Area the Niners could easily be a top 15 franchise with the right stadium situation. Maybe top 10 if sold out consistantly and Niners have a favorable lease/reveune share agreement with Santa Clara or San Francisco.

And this is why the Yorks want to get out of SF after having difficulty working with Gavin Newsome. Some people think the owners don't want a new stadium, and are dragging their feet. Nothing could be further from the truth. They are losing out on a lot of cash playing at ancient, rundown Candlestick every year.
http://www.allbusiness.com/sports-recreation/sports-recreation-facilities-venues/12048432-1.html
"Forbes pegs the 49ers' value at $799 million in 2007 -- 30th of 32 NFL teams -- up $545 million since 1998. The top-valued Cowboys have grown by $1.1 billion, thanks in large part to the team's billion-dollar, retractable roof stadium under construction in Arlington, Texas."

[ Edited by wysiwyg on Sep 11, 2009 at 00:50:54 ]
Stadium = money