In the NFL, there are only six teams that currently don’t have a cheerleader squad. Those teams include the Pittsburgh Steelers, Green Bay Packers, Cleveland Browns, New York Giants, Detroit Lions and Chicago Bears.
But that means the other 26 teams that do have a cheer-leading squad. And there are plenty of worthy candidates that should be considered in the top 10 among cheer-leading teams in the NFL.
However, not every team can make it. So without further ado, see which teams made our top 10 list…
10. Kansas City Chiefs
Coming in at No. 10 is the Kansas City Chiefs, who originally formed a cheer-leading squad in 1963. The squad was first formed as a co-ed group until 1971 when they dropped male cheerleaders and renamed the group the Chiefettes.
In 1986, the team changed it’s cheer name to the Kansas City Chiefs Cheerleaders and reintegrated males into their group for the next decade.
However, by 1997, the team once again shifted to an all female squad — a rule the squad still follows to this day.