List of NFL Teams by State

Last Updated on October 26, 2020 by admin

NFL (National Football League) is one of the four major North American professional sports leagues and also the wealthiest by revenue consisting of 32 teams. Here are the list of 50 US State NFL teams.

NFL Teams by State

State NameNFL TeamsNFL Teams Number
Alabama0
Alaska0
ArizonaArizona Cardinals1
Arkansas0
CaliforniaLos Angeles Rams
Los Angeles Chargers
San Francisco 49ers
Oakland Raiders
4
ColoradoDenver Broncos1
Connecticut0
Delaware0
FloridaJacksonville Jaguars
Miami Dolphins
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
3
GeorgiaAtlanta Falcons1
Hawaii0
Idaho0
IllinoisChicago Bears1
IndianaIndianapolis Colts1
Iowa0
Kansas0
Kentucky0
LouisianaNew Orleans Saints1
Maine0
MarylandBaltimore Ravens
Washington Football Team
2
MassachusettsNew England Patriots1
MichiganDetroit Lions1
MinnesotaMinnesota Vikings1
Mississippi0
MissouriKansas City Chiefs1
Montana0
Nebraska0
NevadaLas Vegas Raiders1
New Hampshire0
New JerseyNew York Giants
New York Jets
2
New Mexico0
New YorkBuffalo Bills1
North CarolinaCarolina Panthers1
North Dakota0
OhioCincinnati Bengals
Cleveland Browns
2
Oklahoma0
Oregon0
PennsylvaniaPhiladelphia Eagles
Pittsburgh Steelers
2
Rhode Island0
South Carolina0
South Dakota0
TennesseeTennessee Titans1
TexasDallas Cowboys
Houston Texans
2
Utah0
Vermont0
Virginia0
WashingtonSeattle Seahawks1
West Virginia0
WisconsinGreen Bay Packers1
Wyoming0

FAQ

How many states have NFL teams?

22 states have NFL teams.

How many NFL teams are there?

There are 32 NFL teams in USA.

What states don’t have NFL teams?

28 states don’t have any NFL team.

Which states have more than 3 NFL teams?

California state have more than 3 NFL teams. They have four NFL teams: Los Angeles Rams, Los Angeles Chargers, San Francisco 49ers, Oakland Raiders.

What is the newest NFL team?

The Carolina Panthers and the Jacksonville Jaguars are the newest NFL team.

Which states have at least 2 NFL teams?

7 states have at least 2 NFL teams. They are California, Florida, Maryland, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Texas.

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