TIL the NFL requires every team to be owned by one owner or a small group, one of which must hold 1/3+ of the shares. The Packers are the only exception, community owned disallowing any single owner to own more than 200,000 shares. by whatilearned January 23, 2022, 4:53 am Read more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Green_Bay_Packers,_Inc What do you think? 12 Points Upvote Downvote communitydisallowingexceptionGroupholdNFLOwnedownerpackersrequiressharessinglesmallteamTILToday I learned See more Previous article (Serious) What is the worst thing you’ve ever seen on Reddit that caused you to have a significant physical/visceral reaction? Next article With a Star Wars quote…. How is your sex life? 11 Comments Leave a Reply Those share hold no equity so if you buy them you don’t make money if they sell the team. Log in to Reply But what is the purpose of the rule? Log in to Reply I hate football, but this is the neatest fact about that dumbass game. Good on them for not being complete assholes. Log in to Reply As someone who doesn’t watch sports.. this is pretty cool. Log in to Reply The Pack lost. Log in to Reply Sounds like we need a DAO owned team… Log in to Reply In Australia our AFL teams aren’t owned by anybody. They’re run by boards who are elected by paying members. With the exception of some expansion teams who are still propped up by the league. Log in to Reply My understanding is that most of e shares are non-voting. I’d like to know which people have the “voting” shares. Log in to Reply The Packers are the only exception, completely owned by the Niners. Log in to Reply Packers are a Ponzi scheme should be shut down Log in to Reply I bet this was posted by a Packers fan. Lol. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.