Waco: City ranks 9th worst when it comes to football fans

Waco is 2020's ninth worst midsize city for football fans, according to a new report released Monday ahead of Super Bowl LIV. (File)
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WACO, Texas (KWTX) Waco is 2020's ninth worst midsize city for football fans, according to a new report released Monday ahead of Super Bowl LIV.

To create the report, personal-finance website WalletHub compared 245 U.S. cities with at least one college or professional football team across 21 key metrics including the number of teams, championship wins, hall-of-fame coaches, average ticket price, stadium size and fan friendliness.

Out of 62 midsize cities with populations of 100,000 to 300,000, Green Bay, Wis., was the best, while Providence, R.I., was the worst.

College Station ranked 59th and Lubbock 56th, the fourth and seventh worst, respectively.

College Station also had the second-highest minimum season ticket price.

The number one large city for football fans?

That's Pittsburg, Pa., according to the report.

Dallas came in third and Houston was ranked 26.