Pittsburgh named greatest soccer metropolis | Information, sports activities, jobs

Pittsburgh was named the best city for football fans in a poll that compared 240 WalletHub-operated cities.

WalletHub used 21 metrics – including the success of local college and professional football teams, franchise value, ticket prices, fan engagement on social media, number of coaches over the last 10 seasons, stadium capacity, and attendance.

OVERALL RANKING

1. Pittsburgh

20. Cincinnati

25. Cleveland

35. State College, Pa.

47. Huntington, W.Va.

54. Morgantown, W.Va.

72. Youngstown

76. Athens, Ohio

87. Toledo

142. Columbus

186. Kent

214. Akron

TOP 10 LARGE CITIES

(over 300,000 inhabitants)

1. Pittsburgh

2. Dallas

3. Boston

4. New York

5. Miami

6. New Orleans

7. Los Angeles

8. Indianapolis

9. San Francisco

10. Denver

TOP 10 CITIES INTERMEDIATE

(100,000 to 300,000 inhabitants)

1. Green Bay, Wisc.

2. Buffalo, NY

3. Glendale, Ariz.

4. Fargo, ND

5. Baton Rouge, La.

6. Lake Tallaha, Fla.

7. Norman, Okla.

8. Athens, Ga.

9. Ann Arbor, Mich.

10. Boise, ID

TOP 10 SMALL CITIES

(Less than 100,000 inhabitants)

1. Tuscaloosa, Lower.

2. Clemson, SC

3. Fayette, miss.

4. State College, Pa.

5. West Point, NY

6. Hanover, NH

7. Boone, NC

8. Stanford, Cal.

9. Hamilton, NY

10. Grambling, La.

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