The best of the best will square off next weekend in Houston when the Patriots and Falcons meet in the Super Bowl. Will the best of the best fans be there, though?

WalletHub has released its list of the best and worst cities for football fans for 2017. The rankings were comprised of 17 different factors, ranging from performance of NFL and NCAA teams to ticket prices to fan engagement.

Green Bay, Wisconsin -- home of the Packers and known as "Titletown" -- tops the list (it's also one of the best sports cities, period, for its size). In fact, the entire top 10 is filled with NFL cities. The top college city, meanwhile, is Tuscaloosa, where Nick Saban and the University of Alabama continue to dominate the game.

Source: WalletHub

10 Best Cities for Football Fans

  1. Green Bay, Wisc.
  2. Pittsburgh
  3. New York
  4. Dallas
  5. Boston
  6. Seattle
  7. Philadelphia
  8. Indianapolis
  9. Glendale, Ariz.
  10. Minneapolis

10 Worst Cities for Football Fans

  1. Davidson, N.C.
  2. Pine Bluff, Ark
  3. New Britain, Conn.
  4. Lexington, Va.
  5. Amherst, Mass.
  6. East Hartford, Conn.
  7. Valparaiso, Ind.
  8. Cape Girardeau, Mo.
  9. DeLand, Fla.
  10. Worcester, Mass.