The York family is worth a lot of money.

Forbes released its latest "World's 50 Most Valuable Sports Teams" and the 49ers check in at a tie for No. 10 with the Lakers.

Last year, the 49ers were tied for 22nd with the Clippers at a valuation of $1.6 billion.

Two months later, Forbes issued its annual NFL-specific rankings, and San Francisco's value soared to $2.7 billion -- an increase of 69 percent.

Forbes: "The 49ers hosted Super Bowl 50 in February at Levi’s Stadium, but the team never had a shot at the Big Game as the Niners finished with a record of 5-11 and the second worst point differential in the league. The team booked more than $1 billion in ticket and sponsorship revenue ahead of the stadium opening in 2014."

The Giants are the 20th most valuable franchise this year at $2.25 billion. Last year, they were No. 14 at $2 billion.

Forbes: "The Giants have won the World Series in three of the past six seasons and sold out AT&T Park each of the past five years. Giants’ ownership is moving forward with a real estate development outside the stadium that would include 1,500 apartments and 1.3 million square feet of retail and office space, as well as parks."

The Warriors' estimated valuation of $1.9 billion puts them at tied for 29th on this year's list. Last year, they were tied for 37th at $1.3 billion.

 

Forbes: "The Warriors broke the NBA record for regular season wins this year with 73, but failed to cap the season with a repeat title when the team fell to the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 7 of the NBA Finals. The team’s highly-entertaining brand of basketball produced the biggest ratings, average audience and ratings increase of any NBA team this season for its games on CSN Bay Area."

Top 50 most valuable franchises:

1. Dallas Cowboys
Value: $4 billion
1-year change: 25%

2. Real Madrid
Value: $3.65 billion
1-year change: 12%

3. Barcelona
Value: 3.55 billion
1-year change: 12%

4. New York Yankees
Value: $3.4 billion
1-year change: 6%

5. Manchester United
Value: $3.32
1-year change: 7%

6. New England Patriots
Value: $3.2 billion
1-year change: 23%

7. New York Knicks
Value: $3 billion
1-year change: 20%

8. Washington Redskins
Value: $2.85 billion
1-year change: 19%

9. New York Giants
Value: $2.8 billion
1-year change: 33%

T-10. Los Angeles Lakers
Value: $2.7 billion
1-year change: 4%

T-10. San Francisco 49ers
Value: $2.7 billion
1-year change: 69%

12. Bayern Munich
Value: $2.68 billion
1-year change: 14%

13. New York Jets
Value: $2.6 billion
1-year change: 44%

14. Los Angeles Dodgers
Value: $2.5 billion
1-year change: 4%

15. Houston Texans
Value: $2.5 billion
1-year change: 35%

16. Chicago Bears
Value: $2.45 billion
1-year change: 44%

17. Philadelphia Eagles
Value: $2.4 billion
1-year change: 37%

T-18. Boston Red Sox
Value: $2.3 billion
1-year change: 10%

T-18. Chicago Bulls
Value: $2.3 billion
1-year change: 15%

20. San Francisco Giants
Value: $2.25 billion
1-year change: 12%

21. Chicago Cubs
Value: $2.2 billion
1-year change: 22%

22. Boston Celtics
Value: $2.1 billion
1-year change: 24%

23. Arsenal
Value: $2.02 billion
1-year change: 54%

24. Los Angeles Clippers
Value: $2 billion
1-year change: 25%

25. Green Bay Packers
Value: $1.95 billion
1-year change: 42%

26. Denver Broncos
Value: $1.94 billion
1-year change: 34%

27. Baltimore Ravens
Value: $1.93 billion
1-year change: 29%

28. Manchester City
Value: $1.92 billion
1-year change: 40%

29. Golden State Warriors
Value: $1.9 billion
1-year change: 46%

29. Pittsburgh Steelers
Value: $1.9 billion
1-year change: 46%

31. Indianapolis Colts
Value: $1.88 billion
1-year change: 34%

32. Seattle Seahawks
Value: $1.87 billion
1-year change: 41%

33. Miami Dolphins
Value: $1.85 billion
1-year change: 42%

34. Brooklyn Nets
Value: $1.7 billion
1-year change: 13%

35. Atlanta Falcons
Value: $1.67 billion
1-year change: 48%

36. Chelsea
Value: $1.67 billion
1-year change: 48%

37. New York Mets
Value: $1.65 billion
1-year change: 22%

38. St. Louis Cardinals
Value: $1.6 billion
1-year change: 14%

39. Minnesota Vikings
Value: $1.59 billion
1-year change: 38%

40. Carolina Panthers
Value: $1.56 billion
1-year change: 25%

41. Liverpool
Value: $1.55 billion
1-year change: 58%

42. Arizona Cardinals
Value: $1.54 billion
1-year change: 54%

43. Kansas City Chiefs
Value: $1.53 billion
1-year change: 39%

44. San Diego Chargers
Value: $1.525 billion
1-year change: 53%

45. New Orleans Saints
Value: $1.515 billion
1-year change: 36%

46. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Value: $1.51 billion
1-year change: 23%

47. Cleveland Browns
Value: $1.5 billion
1-year change: 34%

48. Houston Rockets
Value: $1.5 billion
1-year change: 20%

49. Tennessee Titans
Value: $1.59 billion
1-year change: 28%

 

50. Jacksonville Jaguars
Value: $1.48 billion
1-year change: 53%