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According to Forbes 49ers are worth

990M

Also ranked #17 as far as the most valuable NFL teams.
almost

[ Edited by Tman on Sep 7, 2011 at 9:48 PM ]
Haha..Raiders at 31.
Sell the team Yorks and cash in.
I thought it would be lower, considering the dilapidated state of Candlestick Park.

Should crack the middle Top Ten sometime after 2015 when the new stadium gets built and.......we've won our 6th SB....
Thats what happens when you have a decade of losing while playing in one of the worst venues in the league
  • Paul
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how much was the team worth during our 80s and early 90s run? I wonder what that would amount to today
Maybe they should spend some money then.
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Definitely in my budget range
Niner operating income (earnings) at $1.5 million? Ouch!

http://www.forbes.com/lists/2011/30/nfl-valuations-11_San-Francisco-49ers_307075.html
[ Edited by SonocoNinerFan on Sep 7, 2011 at 10:57 PM ]
So........they are broke?
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Let's all chip in and buy the team! Dibbs on being President/GM
Originally posted by rigs49:
So........they are broke?

They're just not netting a lot of money right now, probably due in part to stadium pre-construction design expenses and firing one coaching staff with years on their deals and hiring a new staff including Harbaugh's big deal. But as I understand it their low revenue is due to the disproportionately high piece of luxury box and stadium concession revenue that the City of SF hauls in through their lease with the team.
I find it hard to believe that the carolina panthers are worth more than the niners. gg forbes

(first # is overall ranking AMONG ALL TEAM SPORTS GLOBALLY, i.e + FUTBOL CLUBS, NBA, MLB, NHL, ETC.)


5. Dallas Cowboys – $2.1 billion

6. New England Patriots – $1.63 billion

8. Washington Redskins – $1.6 billion

9. New York Giants – $1.47 billion

13. Houston Texans – $1.3 billion

14. New York Jets – $1.28 billion

15. Philadelphia Eagles – $1.26 billion

16. Chicago Bears – $1.19 billion

17. San Francisco 49ers – $1.175 billion

18. Green Bay Packers – $1.161 billion

19. Baltimore Ravens – $1.157 billion

20. Indianapolis Colts – $1.15 billion

22. Denver Broncos – $1.13 billion

24. Pittsburgh Steelers – 1.1 billion

25. Miami Dolphins – $1.06 billion

26. Carolina Panthers – $1.048 billion

27. Seattle Seahawks – $1.04 billion

28. Tampa Bay Buccaneers -$1.03 billion

29. Tennessee Titan – $1.01 billion

30. Kansas City Chiefs – $1.008 billion

34. Cleveland Browns – $987 million

35. Minnesota Vikings – $975 million

36. New Orleans Saints – $971 million

38. San Diego Chargers – $936 million

39. Arizona Cardinals – $922 million

42. Cincinnati Bengals – $871 million

43. Detroit Lions – $855 million

44. Atlanta Falcons – $837 million

46. Buffalo Bills – $805 million

50. Oakland Raiders – $785 million
[ Edited by Dr_Bill_Walsh on Jul 22, 2013 at 5:46 PM ]