To determine the cities where the game is always on regardless of season, WalletHub compared 392 small to large cities across the five largest sports in the U.S.: football, basketball, baseball, hockey and soccer.
|Best Large Sports Cities|
|1. Boston, MA|
|2. Los Angeles, CA|
|3. New York, NY|
|4. Pittsburgh, PA|
|5. Philadelphia, PA|
|6. Denver, CO|
|7. Washington, DC|
|8. Dallas, TX|
|9. Chicago, IL|
|10. Miami, FL|
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Best vs. Worst
- Cookeville, Tennessee, has the lowest minimum season-ticket price for a college football (FBS and FCS) game, $36.00, which is 31.9 times lower than in South Bend, Indiana, the city with the highest at $1,150.00.
- Charlotte, North Carolina, has the lowest average ticket price for an NBA game, $32.05, which is 3.9 times lower than in San Francisco, the city with the highest at $125.43.
- NHL fans in Pittsburgh are 28.1 times friendlier and more engaged than their New York counterparts.
- Pittsburgh has the lowest average MLB ticket price, $20.75, which is 2.9 times lower than in Boston, the city with the highest at $60.09.
- Atlanta has the highest attendance rate for MLS games, 163.06 percent, which is 8.1 times higher than in Chicago, the city with the lowest at 20.04 percent.
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