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What are the most popular spectator sports in the US?

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The three most popular college sports in the US are basketball, football and soccer. However there are others, swimming is very competitive, there are also rugby union, lacrosse and volleyball. There are also relatively new sports that are popular, such as Ultimate Frisbee.


Baseball was United States most popular sports going in 1920s. Players like Babe Ruth played an important role in making it a fan favorite sport. Ruth went on to make New York Yankees a force to reckon with in MLB.


For Youth, I believe it may be football.





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