We’re all familiar with the “big four” of sports—the NFL, the NBA, the NHL, and the NFL’s two major sports teams—but what about other leagues?
Where do they all rank?
Bleacher reports that the sport of basketball, football, hockey, and baseball all came in a very respectable 13th place.
This is a disappointing list.
It also seems that the list has been skewed a bit by the fact that sports like soccer and cricket are only represented on this list.
While soccer is by far the most popular sport in the world, basketball, hockey and baseball have all been underwhelming in recent years.
It’s also worth noting that the U.S. has had some success in this regard.
Basketball and soccer were both very popular in the U, but baseball has also been growing in popularity in the last few years.
The U.K. and France are also represented in this list, as are South Korea, Japan, Canada, Italy, and Germany.
While these countries have more fans, these leagues have historically had more viewership and less viewership in general.
The average American football fan spends more than $1.5 billion a year on the game, which means the average football fan is spending more than twice as much per year than the average American.
It is difficult to make the argument that American football fans are more knowledgeable about sports than European fans.
As for baseball fans, it’s not hard to find statistics to show that American baseball fans are much less knowledgeable about the game than their European counterparts.
However, the numbers don’t lie.
Baseball fans have been to the World Series four times since 1919.
Baseball is a very popular sport, and American fans are a lot more likely to attend a baseball game than the general public.
If American football and baseball fans have less knowledge than American soccer and baseball supporters, how does this explain the lack of interest in the sport in these countries?
The answer is that American fans don’t care much about baseball.
They don’t watch the games, they don’t follow the players, and they don.
They just watch the sports.
While American football has an excellent following, it is still a game that the American public has largely ignored.
The American public isn’t interested in the World Cup because it’s a meaningless tournament that doesn’t matter, but the World Cups are more important to the American soccer fan than the World Finals.
This lack of passion for the World Championships is something that can be attributed to American fans’ lack of knowledge about the sport.
The same can be said about American football, which has a far smaller fan base than the NBA or NFL, which have millions of fans.
It was recently revealed that American soccer fans have not had a single season of a World Cup since 2010.
American football supporters, on the other hand, have watched the World Championship in the past five years.
They have attended the World Champions, the World Club Championships, and several other World Cups.
While this is a bit of a stretch, it does not mean that American NFL fans don of no interest in watching the Super Bowl.
American fans do not care about the Superbowl, and so American football cannot be considered a “big” sport.
There are plenty of sports that are far more popular in America than American football.
American soccer is far more important than American baseball and American football in terms of fan interest.
American sports fans have a far greater interest in soccer than American sports.