America isn't only glued to the couch to watch football. A growing number of spectators are making their way to stadiums to watch games.
Baseball's popularity has skyrocketed not just in the United States, but around the globe. A sizable portion of the population currently watches baseball games.
Michael Jordan and LeBron James are NBA greats. Basketball is the 3rd most popular sport in the U.S., averaging 14,000 fans each game.
The National Hockey League (NHL) is professional ice-premier hockey's league in North America. The United States brought home the first-ever Winter Olympic gold medal.
Ice Hockey (NHL)
Soccer is a worldwide phenomenon. In the United States, soccer is the fifth most played sport.
Since American citizens first began playing tennis, the country has amassed an unparalleled record of success.
The United States Golf Association ranks golf as the seventh most popular sport in the country. If you ask the average American, Tiger Woods is the most well-known golfer of the modern era.
Wrestling is the second most popular sport in the United States. The WWE is a huge organisation in the United States, and its wrestling is widely watched.
The National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) is the most well-known group in the United States responsible for coordinating races.
Badminton is an easy, anywhere-playable game. Universities, colleges, and schools play this game.