This Small New Jersey Town Is The Best Sports Town In The State
There is nothing more fun than living in a town that gets really into its sports.
Whether it is football, basketball, baseball, or hockey, being in a town that just gets into the sports scene is such a fun experience, and one small New Jersey town was ranked among the best sports towns in the country!
Growing up, I lived just outside of the Philadelphia area (don't hold that against me!) and to say sports were a big deal would be an understatement.
Every Eagles, Phillies, and Flyers game would be on the TV no matter what day of the week and we'd catch each and every one.
Recently, WalletHub ranked the best city in the country in terms of being a good sports city, and one small New Jersey town made it pretty high on the list.
Before we get to Jersey's best sports town, let's look at our neighbors really quick.
What Is The Best Sports City In New York?
It's probably no surprise that the biggest city in New York is also the best sports city in the state.
New York City came in at number 4 on Wallet Hub's list and number one overall for the state of New York.
What Is The Best Sports City In Pennsylvania?
This actually came as a surprise, but Pittsburgh is Pennsylvania's number one overall sports city and number 3 overall on WalletHub's list.
I will say, Pittsburgh sports arenas are some of the nicest in the state.
What Is New Jersey's Best Sports City?
Let's bring it back home, what is Jersey's best sports city?
It may surprise you, but according to WalletHub, it's the small town of Princeton New Jersey.
Princeton ranked 48th overall on the list, but it was ranked number 1 for Jersey, honestly, College towns are always great sports towns.
Granted, small-town vibes mixed with sports is always fun but I would have really thought Newark or Jersey City would have come out on top for this list!
By the way, if you're curious what city is the best sports city in the country you'll have to fly to California because LA took the honor of the United States best sports city.
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