The Kingsport Braves, located in Kingsport, Tennessee, were a minor league baseball team that existed from 1974 to 1979. Affiliated with the Atlanta Braves, they played in the Appalachian League. Although they lasted only six seasons, a multiple future major leaguers played for them, including Matt Sinatro, Rick Behenna, Jose Alvarez, Steve Bedrosian, Paul Runge, Brad Komminsk, Milt Thompson, Brook Jacoby and Mike Payne. They played their home games at Dobyns-Bennett High School.
Athlone Town F.C. is an Irish football club from Athlone, playing in the League of Ireland. The club is the oldest in the League as it was founded in 1887. First elected to the League of Ireland in 1922, they play their home matches in Lissywoollen their new stadium which opened in 2007. The club's colours are Blue and Black.
The China national beach soccer team represents China in international Beach soccer competitions and is controlled by Chinese Football Association, the governing body for football in the China.
FK Lokomotíva Devínska Nová Ves, also known as FCL DNV, is a Slovak football club based in Devínska Nová Ves, a borough of the capital Bratislava. It plays in the 4th League.
Nybro Idrottsförening is a Swedish football club located in Nybro.
FC Torpedo Moscow is an association football club, based in Moscow, Russia. The club was founded in 1930. On March 19, 2009 it was denied membership of the Professional Football League and did not play in the professional competitions in 2009. On April 3, 2009 representatives of the new owner of FC Torpedo Moscow, ZiL, appealed that decision. As deadline for 2009 registration passed, FC Torpedo Moscow was not reinstated in the Second Division and Torpedo-ZIL remained the only professional Torpedo for 2009. Torpedo Moscow won the Moscow Region of Amateur Football League in 2009. On December 22, 2009 Torpedo passed licensing and played in the Russian Second Division in 2010. They beat 1-0 Gubkin at home on October 30, 2010 and became champions of Zone Center of Second Division in 2010 season. This meant Torpedo was promoted to Russian First Division after 3 seasons with making 2 successive promotions.
Córdoba F.C. was a Colombian football team, based in Montería, Córdoba, Colombia. The club was founded in 2006 and played in Categoría Primera B. Due to financial difficulties, the club was relocated and the end of the 2008 season to the city of Sincelejo and rebranded as Atlético La Sabana.
CAPS F.C. is a Harare-based Zimbabwean soccer team. There has been repeated controversy over their use of the name "CAPS" as the current owners sold the CAPS United F.C. franchise to businessman Twine Phiri but later, on purchasing the Buymore franchise, wished to once again use the name CAPS. Following the relegation of CAPS F.C., the owners completed a take-over of premiership side Shooting Stars and renamed it CAPS, although the name is still to be approved by the Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League.
NK Zagora Unešić is a Croatian football club based in Unešić, a small town located in Šibenik-Knin County of Croatia. The club currently plays in the First League of Šibensko-Kninska County, which is the fourth tier league in the Croatian football league system.
Ashfield Football Club are a Scottish football club from Possilpark in the North of Glasgow. Formed in 1886, they are based at Saracen Park, which they share with the Glasgow Tigers speedway team. They compete in the West Region of the Scottish Junior Football Association and wear black and white hooped strips. They used to be one of the top Junior clubs in the country but are now one of the smaller teams in their region. They suffered a setback in October, 2004 when there was a fire at Saracen Park and they lost a lot of records and strips.
The Youngstown Swish was a basketball team in the American Basketball Association based in Youngstown, Ohio. While an ownership group was formed, and the team was set to begin play in 2009-10, they did not do so. The Swish were to be coached by Bob Patton, previously the head coach of the World Basketball League's Youngstown Pride. For its inaugural season, the Swish were to play an exhibition schedule before going to a full-time slate for 2010-11.
FC Gazovik Orenburg is a Russian association football club from Orenburg, founded in 1976. In 2011, it will play in the second-highest Russian First Division after winning the 2010 Russian Second Division zone. It played professionally from 1976 to 1982 and from 1989 on. Before 1976 another Orenburg team, Lokomotiv Orenburg, played professionally, including 3 seasons in the second-highest Soviet First League in 1960-1962. In 1989 Gazovik was called Progress Orenburg. Gazovik began Russian League at Zone 5 of Second League and relegated from Zone 6 from one to Third League in 1993. They stayed in Zone 5 of Third League until 1997 season, when they returned to third level. They finished Ural Povolzhye as runner-up in 2006, 2007 and 2008 seasons and finally promoted to Russian First League in 2010 one.
Club Deportivo Hijos Mutuos de Acosvinchos is a Peruvian football club based in Lima, located in the district of Ate. It was founded in 1946.
Reading R.F.C. is an English rugby union club, which runs senior and junior sides for both men and women. The 1st XV play in South West 1 East. The club is located in the village of Sonning, on the outskirts of Reading. The 1st XV are managed by Kevin Rackley with head coach Paul Gaster taking over for the 2012/13 season, forwards coach Paul Fisher and backs coach Rob Sweeney. Local businessman Andrew Clark is the Director of Rugby.
The Kansas City Outlaws were a professional ice hockey team which played in the United Hockey League for the 2004-2005 season. They played their home games at Kemper Arena in Kansas City, Missouri.
The Las Vegas Thunder were an independent professional ice hockey team competing in the International Hockey League. The team's home rink was at the Thomas & Mack Center. They began play in the 1993–1994 season, folding on April 18, 1999. The demise of the franchise was precipitated by the refusal of UNLV officials to negotiate with team owners regarding a new agreement to continue playing at the Thomas and Mack after the 1998-'99 season. This left the team with no place to play. The Thunder's best season was in 1995–1996 when they finished in first place. The Thunder lost in the conference finals that season. Throughout the team's history they garnered player development deals with the Phoenix Coyotes of the NHL, the ECHL's Knoxville Cherokees and Mississippi Sea Wolves and Russian side Lokomotiv Yaroslavl. The Thunder's main rivals included the Denver/Utah Grizzlies, Los Angeles/Long Beach Ice Dogs, San Diego Gulls, and Phoenix Roadrunners. These rivalries have seen a rebirth in the ECHL. The team's mascot was "Boom-Boom", a polar bear.
FC Gatchina was a Russian football team from Gatchina. It played professionally from 1992 to 1997. Their best result was 7th place in Zone 3 of the Russian Second Division in 1992.