Thirty-two sports team owners made the Forbes’ Richest 400 Americans list, which was published Monday.
The wealthiest sports owner is Paul Allen, Portland Trail Blazers and Seattle Seahawks owner, who also co-founded Microsoft. Allen came in at 26th on the list, with a net worth of $15.8 billion, according to Forbes.
There are more NFL owners on the list than owners of any other sports leagues.
Besides Allen, there are 14 NFL owners on the Forbes’ Richest 400 Americans list, which includes:
Stan Kroenke (Rams, $5.3 billion), Stephen Ross (Dolphins, $4.8 billion), Malcolm Glazer (Buccaneers, $4.5 billion), Shahid Khan (Jaguars, $3.8 billion), Jerry Jones (Cowboys, $3 billion), Robert Kraft (Patriots $2.9 billion), Stephen Bisciotti (Ravens $2.1 billion), Bob McNair (Texans, $2 billion), Arthur Blank (Falcons, $1.7 billion), Jim Irsay (Colts, $1.6 billion), Jimmy Haslam (Browns, $1.45 billion), William Ford Sr. (Lions, $1.4 billion), and Tom Benson (Saints, $1.3 billion).
The richest NBA owner is Orlando Magic owner, Rich DeVos, who landed on the list at No. 60 with a net worth of $6.8 billion.
Other NBA owners on the list include:
Kroenke (Nuggets), Micky Arison (Heat, $5.9 billion), Dan Gilbert (Cavaliers, $3.9 billion), Charles Dolan (Knicks, $3.3 billion), Tom Gores (Pistons, $2.7 billion), Mark Cuban (Mavericks $2.5 billion), Josh Harris (Sixers, $2.5 billion), Robert Pera (Grizzlies, $1.95 billion), Herb Simon (Pacers, $1.95 billion), Donald Sterling (Clippers, $1.9 billion), Glen Taylor (Timberwolves, $1.7 billion) and Benson (Pelicans).
NHL owners include Kroenke (Avalanche), Harris (Devils), Terry Pegula (Sabres, $3.1 billion) and Jeremy Jacobs (Bruins, $2.8 billion), while the only baseball owners on the list are Ted Lerner (Nationals, $4 billion) and John Henry (Red Sox, $1.7 billion).
The richest person in the sports world overall is Nike chairman Phil Knight, who came in at 24th on the list with a networth of $16.3 billion.
Worth $72.0 billion, Bill Gates topped the list for the 20th straight year.