The top-ranked sports leagues have seen their revenue growth in recent years, according to data compiled by The Sport Book, a business book.
The league-level data, which also includes revenue from television and merchandising, is now available for download.
Among the most successful leagues is the National Basketball Association, which has been ranked in the top 10 for the past four years and has seen its revenues increase by more than half, to $9.2 billion.
New York City’s NBA also rose to second place with $7.9 billion, with Los Angeles the third-most-successful city league with $5.9 million.
A number of NFL and NBA teams also made it into the top 20.
For the first time since 2009, the National Football League (NFL) did not make the top 100 for the first consecutive year, after the league’s new TV deal with CBS was announced last year.
The new deal is expected to increase the NFL’s revenue by $2 billion to $26 billion.
The NFL was previously ranked 100th with revenue of $9 billion.
But the league has experienced a renaissance since the introduction of the new TV contract with CBS.
The league has gone from a league that had never made the top 50 in the United States in 2007 to the top 40 in 2016.
Also, this year the league added two teams from the NBA, which are owned by Comcast, which is the parent company of ESPN.
ESPN, owned by Time Warner, is one of the biggest sports broadcasters in the country and the league is currently in the midst of a merger with CBS, which was announced in December 2016.