If you’re a big fan of football, the city where you live could make a difference in your experience with the game.
With Super Bowl LVI just around the corner, WalletHub decided to find out which U.S. cities are the best for football fans this year.
For its report, WalletHub compared 245 U.S. cities with at least one professional football team or at least one college football team. Those cities were compared and ranked based on 21 measurements within two categories: pro football and college football.
Some of those measurements included most accessible stadiums (for college and pro football), lowest average ticket price (for college and pro football), most engaged fans (for college and pro football teams).
Pittsburgh took the top spot in WalletHub’s overall ranking of the best cities for football fans, followed by Dallas, Green Bay, Wisconsin, Boston and Los Angeles.
WalletHub also published two other rankings: the best cities for pro football fans and the best cities for college football fans.
Here are the best cities for college and pro football fans this year, according to WalletHub.
Best cities for pro football fans
3. Green Bay, Wisconsin
5. Los Angeles
6. New York City
7. New Orleans
8. Kansas City, Missouri
9. San Francisco
10. Glendale, Arizona
Best cities for college football fans
1. Tuscaloosa, Alabama
2. Clemson, South Carolina
3. Fayette, Mississippi
4. Fargo, North Dakota
5. State College, Pennsylvania
6. Tallahassee, Florida
8. West Point, New York
9. Norman, Oklahoma