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Titletown, TitleTown, or Title Town or similarly Titletown USA, TitleTown USA, Title Town USA, or Titletown, USA may refer to
- Boston, Massachusetts: with ten sports championships in 16 years, Patriots (2001, 2003, 2004, 2014, 2016), Red Sox (2004, 2007, 2013), Celtics (2008), and Bruins (2011).
- Green Bay, Wisconsin: 13 NFL Championships. The most championships for a city.
- Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: for its record six Super Bowl victories.
- Tuscaloosa, Alabama: home to The University of Alabama Crimson Tide. 16 NCAA Football National Championships, 6 NCAA Women's Gymnastics National Championships, 2 NCAA Men's Golf National Championships, 1 NCAA Women's Golf National Championship, 1 NCAA Softball Championship
- Valdosta, Georgia: winner of the ESPN poll (Valdosta High School is home to the winningest high school football program in the United States).
- Titletown (film), a 2003 TV film starring Curtis Armstrong
- TitleTown USA, a 2008 segment and poll on the ESPN cable television network
- Titletown Brewing Company, a craft brewery located in Green Bay, Wisconsin, in reference to the 13 NFL championships won by the Green Bay Packers (see above)
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- "SPORTS CHART OF THE DAY: Boston Is The New "Title Town"". Business Insider. Retrieved 2015-02-02.
- "4 Rings in 6 Years makes Boston the real TitleTown". SF Gate. Retrieved 2015-02-02.
- ""Title-Town" --- How Boston Became the City of Champions". Bleacher Report. Retrieved 2015-02-02.