PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — It’s a great time of year to be a sports fan.

Football season is underway, we’re nearing playoff season for baseball, and it’s almost time for hockey.

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Accordingly, WalletHub has released its 2015 list for the best and worst cities for sports fans.

So, where do us black and gold diehards fall?

Well, we come in fourth on the list.

Sure, the ‘Burgh ranks first in hockey, second in baseball, and third in football.

But it’s an 85th ranking in basketball and 95th in soccer that brought down the overall average.

Here is the top 10 list of best sports cities from Wallethub.

1. Boston

2. Denver

3. East Lansing, Michigan

4. Pittsburgh

5. Washington, D.C.

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6. Chicago

7. New York

8. Ann Arbor, Michigan

9. Minneapolis

10. Philadelphia

To see the full list, visit WalletHub’s website here.

Meanwhile, Forbes Magazine is out with its list of the most valuable NFL franchises.

Topping the list for the ninth consecutive year are the Dallas Cowboys at a worth of $4 billion, which makes it the most valuable sports franchise in the world.

New England is second followed by Washington.

The Steelers rank 13th, worth $1.9 billion, that’s just behind the Baltimore Ravens.

The Cleveland Browns and Cincinnati Bengals are both near bottom of the list.

To see the full list, visit Forbes Magazine’s website here.

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