The cheapest football cities in America are primarily grouped in the Midwest, but you can cheer on your favorite team in any of the top 30 NFL cities.
From tailgates to Super Bowl parties, football fans just can’t get enough. American football is the GOAT (greatest of all time), and it’s also the most popular sport in the U.S., with over 91 million people tuning into the 2021 Super Bowl game.
These are the cheapest football cities for renters…
Interestingly, the cheapest NFL cities are in the midwest in Ohio, Wisconsin, Indiana, and Kansas.
On the flip side, the most expensive NFL cities are on the East Coast in states like New York, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, and Washington, D.C. Sprinkled in the middle of the cost spectrum or states in the south and on the West Coast.
Let’s kick off the game and take a look at the top 5 cheapest football cities.
5) Kansas City, MO
The Kansas City Chiefs played in the first Super Bowl ever against the Green Bay Packers. They’ve also played in the past two championship games — winning one of them.
Not only is this city home to a historical team — the rent and cost of living are reasonable. You can live in several areas of the city on the same budget. A one-bedroom apartment costs $1,258 on average, and a two-bedroom costs $1,629.
Come cheers on the Chiefs when you call Kansas City your home.
4) Phoenix, AZ
The Arizona Cardinals may play in nearby Glendale, but the largest city in the area is Phoenix. The city is a nice blend of desert landscapes, suburban areas, and a downtown city center.
If you love sunshine, this is a great place to move. Plus, rent is affordable at $1,216 and $1,416 for one- and two-bedroom apartments. You can’t beat that!
3) Indianapolis, IN
The Colts once called Baltimore home. But, they moved to Indianapolis, where they’ve been ever since. Indianapolis is the third-cheapest football city in America, with rent costing $1,128 for a one-bedroom and $1,348 for a two-bedroom apartment.
If you’re a Colts fan and are looking to move, then why not settle down here? You’ll have everything you need from a big city with great restaurants and entertainment, including the football team and games.
2) Green Bay, WI
The Green Bay Packers are a community-owned team, meaning the community itself can buy shares in the team. This leads to a die-hard fan base that has an actual stake in the team. If a strong sense of community matters to you, this is a great football city to move to.
Plus, it’s the second-cheapest football city in America with rent at $1,147 for a one-bedroom and, shockingly, a two-bedroom apartment renting for $842 a month. Green Bay is a great NFL city.
1) Cincinnati, OH
The Bengals are the home team in Cincinnati, who have played in the Super Bowl two times in NFL history. If you root for this team, then you may want to move to the number one cheapest football city in America.
This city has a booming job market, affordable cost of living, and great schools. With rent ranging between $1,000 and $1,200 for a one- or two-bedroom apartment, you’re sure to find a home that fits your rental price range.
Check out the full top 10 list at Rent.com.
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