Statistics show that most sports fans (67%) are men. However, this is slowly changing as professional leagues begin to embrace their female fans more by providing gender-specific fan gear and offering other incentives to watch games. The NBA and MLB tie for the least amount of gender equality, with 30% of their fan base being female. In 2013, NFL games accounted for 34 out of the 35 most-watched television shows in the Fall season. Over 100 million people tune in to watch the Super Bowl every year. The NBA Finals generates more than 26 million tweets over the course of at least 4 games. By comparison, the NFL’s Super Bowl generates only 600,000 fewer tweets in just one game. (Source – Brandon Gaille, November 2015)
Theme decorating is decorating using designs, artwork, figurines, colors, and patterns that include characters and items from locations, movies, songs, television shows, company logos, sports teams, historical periods, and cultures that are related, to decorate a room or space. Below are some professional sports themed decorated rooms from baseball's Major League Baseball (MLB), soccer's Major League Soccer (MLS), basketball's National Basketball Association (NBA), football's National Football League (NFL), and ice hockey's National Hockey League (NHL).