Here's Where Pittsburgh Ranks Among Best Football Cities For Fans


Pittsburgh is the best football city for fans, according to a recent study.

With Super Bowl LV less than a week away, WalletHub.com ranked the Steel City No. 1 on its annual list ranking "the best & worst cities for football fans," which was published on Monday (February 1.)

Pittsburgh topped the list with a total score of 62.61, while also ranking No. 1 for pro football and No. 13 for college football.

The study considered several factors including the number of NFL and college teams, stadium capacity and fan engagement.

The full rankings included 245 total cities, with Clemson, South Carolina ranking No. 1 among college football cities and St. Georgia, Utah ranking last with a total score of 4.6

Here's a look at the top-50 best football cities according to WalletHub:

  1. Pittsburgh, PA
  2. Dallas, TX
  3. Boston, MA
  4. Green Bay, WI
  5. New York, NY
  6. Miami, FL
  7. New Orleans, LA
  8. Los Angeles, CA
  9. Indianapolis, IN
  10. San Francisco, CA
  11. Denver, CO
  12. Buffalo, NY
  13. Kansas City, MO
  14. Seattle, WA
  15. Philadelphia, PA
  16. Glendale, AZ
  17. Baltimore, MD
  18. Minneapolis, MN
  19. Washington, DC
  20. Cincinnati, OH
  21. Atlanta, GA
  22. Las Vegas, NV
  23. Nashville, TN
  24. Tampa, FL
  25. Cleveland, OH
  26. Chicago, IL
  27. Charlotte, NC
  28. Houston, TX
  29. Tuscaloosa, AL
  30. Detroit, MI
  31. Clemson, SC
  32. Jacksonville, FL
  33. Fargo, ND
  34. Fayette, MS
  35. State College, PA
  36. Baton Rouge, LA
  37. Tallahassee, FL
  38. West Point, NY
  39. Hanover, NH
  40. Boone, NC
  41. Norman, OK
  42. Stanford, CA
  43. Hamilton, NY
  44. Grambling, LA
  45. Statesboro, GA
  46. Athens, GA
  47. Huntington, WV
  48. Princeton, NJ
  49. Starkville, MS
  50. San Diego, CA

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