Forbes has announced the top 50 most valuable sports franchises for 2015, and the New York Yankees and Dallas Cowboys are not the top team.

The Minnesota Vikings experienced a 14% jump in total market value over the past year. That is thanks in part to the new US Bank Stadium that will be opening in one year. Minnesota, however, is just on the list in the 49th spot. No other Minnesota team made the list.

This year's most valuable sports franchise is Real Madrid for the third consecutive year. Real Madrid is worth an incredible $3.26 billion.

Top 20:

1) Real Madrid - $3.26 billion
2) Dallas Cowboys - $3.2 billion
3) New York Yankees - $3.2 billion
4) Barcelona - $3.1 billion
5) Manchester United - $3.1 billion
6) Los Angeles Lakers - $2.6 billion
7) New England Patriots - $2.6 billion
8) New York Knicks - $2.5 billion
9) Los Angeles Dodgers - $2.4 billion
10) Washington Redskins - $2.4 billion
11) Bayern Munich - $2.35 billion
12) Boston Red Sox - $2.1 billion
13) New York Giants - $2.1 billion
14) Chicago Bulls - $2 billion
15) San Francisco Giants - $2 billion
16) Houston Texans - $1.85 billion
17) Chicago Cubs - $1.8 billion
18) New York Jets - $1.8 billion
19) Philadelphia Eagles - $1.75 billion
20) Boston Celtics - 1.7 billion

21-50 can be viewed by visiting Forbes.