Top Ten Sports Teams with the Biggest Bandwagon FansThese teams couldn't sell out if they gave out Porsches with tickets. Now all of the sudden, fans come out of nowhere, throwing random stats, trying to look like real fans, and the stadium is old out. Yes folks, the dreaded bandwagon fans with cowbells and other fake noise making devices.
I literally have a friend who doesn't watch baseball but is like " yeah I'm a Yankees fan" while being halfway across America from them.
Yup, they finally made their appearance in this list. You see people who you know have no idea what is going on during a baseball game wearing a Yankees hat. They always try to say "27 championships," when confronted by another fan. Yeah... that kind of proves you're a bandwagon if that's all you talk about.
I swear everyone that barely knows anything about baseball goes for these guys... go the Blue Jays
I know a kid that's a Yankees, Lakers, Alabama Crimson Tide, and Kansas City CHiefs fan
Seattle Sucks. Now my friend is a USC fan he likes Seatlle. That is sorta bandwagon but he is not a bandwagon college fan. Anyways Seahawks fans before 2012 is unpopular Dave. Now it's the bandwagons.
This is the most annoying thing ever. I ask people what their favorite team is and they say "Golden State" and I call them bandwagoners, and they answer back with something stupid like, "Its becuase I like curry so I'm not a bandwagoner." they can't even name 5 people off the team.
I mean it's cool if you like this team, but there's teams that are better. Like the Mavericks. Or Raptors
I know everyone wears Curry Jerseys now.
People hop on and off this bandwagon so much, using classic excuses like "I'm Catholic, " or "My hair trimmer's 5th cousin 6 times removed went to the college near it. " Enough. I don't know what it is. I am a fan, but these types of fans are what drive me insane.
No doubt. The place sold about 500 tickets a game, all of the sudden it is sold out. These are also the most obnoxious fans, with their cowbells.
The Cavs popularity will severely decrease once LeBron retires or stops being the top player we all know him as. These same people who claim to be devout Cavs fans most assuredly sported the LeBron Heat jersey during his tenure there.
Although many of the Warriors fanbases are bandwagons. You can't deny how toxic the community can be. Ever since the 2016 finals, the only excuse they have as a good team is "3-1"
Not true at all. Fans were upset at Bill Wirtz for taking away T.V. contracts etc. etc. Rocky saved the team, also the team is a hockey team that many people know even then. It can't be bandwagon their change from the bottom to the top was really fast. 2007 4th worst team, 2008 23rd in the league, 2009 goes to conference final, 2010 wins Cup. To fast to be bandwagon.
The NHL about 5-10 years ago Hawks the barely had fans in the stands... Now they're out in masses. They were in the bottom 5 for attendance for a long time... now the bandwagon is overflowing.
Let someone else have a turn.
Nope. The country hates us.
What a surprise, Red Sox and Yankees near each other. Well, I am a fan of this team, but I admit there are lots of bandwagons. Same as Yankees, but less championships. They talk about how many championships they have won this decade.
When they were in the basement, everyone hated them. Now winning, they love them. Plus the players cheat and act like women!
Remember when everyone was sympathetic for the Red Sox? Oh how times have changed in 15 years
Nope. The country hates us.
The Justin Bieber of all sports.
"What the hell," you ask as you see 'Washington Nationals.' You check back, you rub your eyes, knowing that the Nationals have done nothing to earn bandwagon fans. Nothing yet. But anytime Stephen Strasburg pitches, fans come out of the woodwork. All of them wearing STRASBURG jerseys or cheap Nationals hats they bought at the airport. Stop it. You were not fans before they drafted Strasburg, and you know it. So stop pretending. Now, if they came to the game in a random T-shirt and random hat, then sure, you're admitting that you're only there to see Starsburg. But stop pretending to be a Nationals fan. Please you're embarrassing yourself. Pick the right bandwagons for Christ's sake.
Yep definitely a bandwagon team. It sure is Texas' pride and joy. I feel like almost every other person likes the cowboys in Texas only because...it's a Texan team
Once Dallas loses once, AT&T Stadium never reaches half capacity again.
They still cling onto the 90s as if they think that's still relevant
I'm a Bobcats true fan. I went to a game in '07 for my birthday and there was no one there. I watched the games this season, and as the season went on, it got more and more crowded. All of the sudden, even my friends became "fans. " The people that used to make fun of me and my team were now pretending to like them.
"Oh really? You were a fan 10 years ago? Name one player. " "Uhhhh.. Larry Fitzgerald...? "
All of the sudden, the year the Cards went to the Super Bowl, THEY came. Yes, Cardinals fans. There they were, packing stadiums. It gets repetitive...
Stop kidding yourselves, "fans." They have true fans, definitely. However, they also have big bandwagons. They have those "who dat, " flags like they have been fans forever. But they really haven't. And these are some of the most annoying fans out there. They pretend to talk strategy, but all they do is talk about Drew Brees being Jesus. QUIT IT PLEASE! And I am a Panthers fan since birth, so I have a personal bias against the Saints but you gotta admit...
AHHHH HOOSIERS! Nope. Did anyone in the country know who Butler was before the tourney? True basketball fans who knew that Butler is a team that always pulls off these upsets. They were not a Cinderella. They were a 5 seed. It shouldn't be that much of a surprise if a 5 seed makes it that far. So stop making a big deal and pretending to be a fan of Butler.
They win one super bowl and get CARRIED by Patrick Mahomes where were yall at in 2008 and 2012 when the went 2-14?
Most people who love them can't name a single player aside from Lionel Messi. They're successful, so they have many fans. Once they're not successful (which may not be true of them for quite a long time), they will not have many fans at all. More accurately, once Lionel Messi leaves, they will lose many of their fans.
Imagine defending this evil crooked organization!