The 15 Hottest Fans in Sports
Let's face facts here, guys have a thing for girls who have a thing for sports.
We can't help it. When we see a hot girl cheering crazily for a team, it takes her up about 17 notches.
And I'm not just talking about random hotties who just throw on a jersey and drive guys crazy.
I'm talking about real, honest, go-to-the-games fans who are just as hot as they are dedicated. Let's check them out.
No.15: Alyssa Milano
No. 14: Kristen Chenoweth
Okay, I'm honestly not all that sure that Kristen Chenoweth is a huge NASCAR fan. But come on, just look at her face on meeting Tony Stewart.
Nobody who doesn't love NASCAR (yes, double negative, get over it) would get that excited over meeting Tony Stewart.
Hell, even the girls who date him aren't that excited. Chenoweth must be a big fan.
No. 13: Erin Andrews
I know the media is supposed to be neutral, but sometimes you just can't help it when you love a team. You won't find a bigger Boston homer than Bill Simmons.
His ESPN colleague, Erin Andrews, is no different when it comes to Florida.
Between being a former dancer there, a sideline reporter during the Gators' meteoric run, and the fawning over Tim Tebow, did she really even have a chance?
Andrews' dad was also a journalist, so she's been around sports her whole life. She's definitely a huge fan.
No. 12: Ashley Judd
I don't think anyone disputes this one at all. Kentucky is known for having the most passionate fans in the country, and they just happen to have the one celebrity fan who is just as nuts as the common Cat.
Judd travels with the team, sits with the fans, and doesn't worry about getting all cute. She just comes to the games and cheers her heart out.
And you know what? That's so hot.
No. 11: Eva Longoria
I know, I know. You're sick of seeing Eva Longoria pop up on TV at every Spurs game. Even though she's ridiculously hot, and you really don't get sick of hot women, it's just a little much sometimes.
Still, you can't fault Eva for supporting her man and going to game after game. I mean, it's San Antonio, for goodness sakes. She could be spending her time in L.A.! I give her credit as a big fan of not just her husband, but the Spurs.
No. 10: Kendra Wilkinson
Even before she married mediocre wide receiver Hank Baskett, this California girl was a huge Chargers fan, even getting to interview Shaun Merriman for ESPN: The Magazine once.
The fact that she married a football player just shows how much she paid attention to the game. Trust me, because even hardcore fans have no idea who Hank Baskett is.
No. 9: Kim Kardashian
Okay, okay. Kim Kardashian may not be the biggest sports fan, but believe me, she is one.
She comes to Laker games and is off her phone almost half the time. That's better than most fans there.
She's also dated Reggie Bush, Cristiano Ronaldo, and now, Miles Austin. You don't make your way around sports like that if you're not a little bit of a fan. And her sister, Khloe, is married to a Laker.
And her dad was a close friend of O.J .Simpson's! You can't tell me that's not a sports-crazed family right there.
OK, maybe just crazed...
No. 8: Jess Snyder
Jess is a model who has made a living dressing up in barely-there Giants outfits.
Is this just a ploy? Uh-huh. Snyder lives in Tampa Bay, but has actually been a die-hard New York Giants fan for years.
Hell, even Patriot fans wouldn't mind a romp in the hay with this one.
No. 7: Sarah Brander
Germany is in the final eight of the World Cup, and I'm guessing that Bastian Schweinsteiger's wife is doing her part.
Sarah shows up to the games to cheer her husband on and even shows German pride by double-fisting a couple of beers.
What a woman.
No. 6: Brooklyn Decker
If you've heard Brooklyn Decker speak instead of just checking out her pictures (which isn't a terrible thing), you'll know that she's an honest-to-God sports fan.
She knows her stuff. And she didn't just marry pretty boy tennis player Andy Roddick, she goes to his matches and cheers him on (which doesn't really take up too much time, considering he can't go deep into tournaments anymore).
No. 5: Maria Menounos
This "Access Hollywood" host may work in Hollywood, but her heat belongs to New England.
She's a giant Pats, Red Sox, and—as you can see from the picture—Celtics fan.
With the Celtics playing the Lakers in the Finals, they needed all the celeb help that they could get. And Maria came through in the clutch.
No. 4: Dorismar
This Argentinian beauty is a huge fan of her national team and has shown up cheering them on in the most jiggly-fantastic way possible.
This video alone earns her a spot on the list. And she's the only Argentinian at the World Cup with bigger boobs than Maradona.
No. 3: Sarah Spain
Sports blogging's most desirable woman makes this list for obvious reasons. She's a huge sports fan who knows her stuff.
She's made her way up the ladder, and it's only a matter of time before you start hearing her name mentioned along with Erin Andrews. Hell, maybe even ahead of Andrews, if she keeps up this pace.
You know when you read something Sarah writes, it's going to be knowledgeable and interesting. Can you say that about any other sports writer?
No. 2: Jenn Sterger
Probably the most famous fan of all time, Sterger was caught on camera as a well-endowed "cowgirl" cheering on Florida State. Sterger had even been doing that when she was at UCF earlier in her collegiate life.
After graduating, Sterger made a career out of being a hot fan, working for the Jets and the Rays for a little while. One thing is for certain, this girl loves her sports, be it football or baseball, and isn't against getting out in the crowd.
No. 1: Larissa Riquelme
Ah, the woman who started all of this. We may think that we have big fans in America, but we hardly compare next to the passion that fans internationally have for their soccer (or football) teams.
Riquelme has showed up to games with her cell phone tucked strategically in revealing Paraguay outfits, taking the World Cup by storm.
Then, when she announced that she would run around her town naked if Paraguary won, she just took it to a whole 'nother level.