The Chittagong Division cricket team is a first-class cricket team representing the Chittagong Division region in Bangladesh. The club plays most of its home games at the Bir Shrestha Shahid Ruhul Amin Stadium in Chittagong.
The Malaysian women's cricket team is the team that represents the country of Malaysia in international women's cricket matches. They have played one match to date, against Singapore on 30 April 2006, winning by 58 runs. They will again play Singapore in a three-day game in June 2007.
The Leavenworth Soldiers was the first professional baseball team from Leavenworth, Kansas. The club played in the Western League from 1886 to 1888. Their first year, they tied the Lincoln Tree Planters for last place at 31-49 despite the presence of Jake Beckley, who hit .341 and led the Western League with 113 hits while showing some pop. In 1887, the Soldiers were 27-27 when they disbanded on July 8 due to poor attendance. Beckley had another fine year, hitting .401 with 33 doubles between Leavenworth and Lincoln. In 1888, Leavenworth returned to the loop and went 7-7 under L. M. Cretors. They were in second place when the league stopped operations on June 21. A J. Curran was leading the club in batting average at .300.
Kidderminster Harriers Football Club is an English football club based in Kidderminster, Worcestershire. The club participates in the Conference National, the fifth tier of English football. Formed in 1886, Kidderminster have played at Aggborough Stadium since they were formed. They are the only club from Worcestershire ever to have played in the Football League. In their most recent season, they finished runners up in the Conference, 2 points behind Mansfield Town F.C..
BC Khimki is a Russian professional basketball team that is based in Khimki, Moscow Oblast. The club's first team participates in the PBL, the VTB United League, and also the Euroleague.
The Aston Bulls are a semi-professional rugby league football team based in Aston Township in Delaware County, Pennsylvania. The team currently plays in the American National Rugby League, the United States' oldest competition. Previously known as the Glen Mills Bulls, the team was founded in 1998. The Bulls began play in the 1998 season as a charter member of the competition now known as the AMNRL. Originally known as the Glen Mills Bulls, the team was affiliated with the Glen Mills Schools in the Glen Mills area of the Delaware Valley from 1998–2006. For the 2007 season they relocated to nearby Aston Township and adopted their current name. Since their inception the Bulls have been the AMNRL's most successful team on the field, winning a total of six league championships, more than any other team. Additionally they have competed in the league playoffs every year of play, advancing to the Grand Final every year from 1998–2008.
The Northern Cricket Club, located in Crosby on north Merseyside, England, was founded in 1859. The original clubhouse was in Rawson Road in nearby Seaforth until 1879, when the club moved to Haigh Road in Waterloo Park. In 1907 the club moved again, this time to its present site in the picturesque Moor Park area of Crosby, seven miles to the north of Liverpool. By 1961, the cricket club shared its grounds with hockey, squash and crown green bowls, and in this year the four sports merged to form the Northern Club. The cricket club are members of the Liverpool and District Cricket Competition, an ECB accredited Premier League, and were 1st XI champions in 2005. The club runs six senior Saturday teams in total, all playing in this league, plus social Sunday and midweek teams, and junior teams at U9, U11, U13 and U15 age groups. The club is amongst the top multi-sport clubs in the North West. It has three cricket pitches, all on the Moor Park site, and regularly hosts Lancashire second team and other representative matches.
The United States U-20 men's national soccer team is the national under-20 soccer team of the United States of America and is controlled by the United States Soccer Federation. The highest level of competition in which the team competes is the FIFA U-20 World Cup, which is held every two years. The United States' best finish came in the 1989 FIFA World Youth Championship when the U.S. beat Iraq in the quarterfinal before losing to Nigeria in overtime in the semifinal and Brazil in the third-place match. Steve Snow tied for second in the tournament with three goals. The U.S. reached the quarterfinals in 1993 but lost to Brazil. After missing out in 1995, the U.S. began a run of six consecutive qualifications in 1997, reaching the second round in five consecutive tournaments. Of those tournaments, the best U.S. performance came in 2003, when the U.S. reached the quarterfinal and led Argentina 1-0 in the final minutes before falling 2-1 in extra time. The U.S. also reached the quarterfinal of the 2007 Cup before losing 2-1 in extra time to Austria.
Senglea Athletic Football Club is an amateur football club. It is the primary football club in Senglea. This club takes part in the Maltese Second Division organised by the Malta Football Association.
Steel Azin Football Club is an Iranian football club based in Tehran, Iran. The club is owned by Hossein Hedayati, owner of Steel Azin Co. Steel Azin club also had a volleyball team, sponsored by the same Company, which competed in the Iranian Volleyball Super League.
RUOR Yerevan was an Armenian football club from Yerevan. The club dissolved in early 1994 and is currently inactive from professional football.
FK Milano is a Macedonian football club from Kumanovo, a city in the north of the Republic of Macedonia. They currently play in the OFL Kumanovo.
Dinamic Coruia is a Romanian oina team in the National Senior Championship.
Volán FC is a now defunct Hungarian football team from the Rákospalota neighborhood of Budapest, named after one of the main bus companies in the country Borsod Volán. Volán played six seasons in the first division of the Hungarian League, the Nemzeti Bajnokság I., mostly during the 1980s, in which time it was relegated four times and never finished higher than 11th place as in the first season. Following the last relegation in 1991 the club folded. The successor to Volán is Rákospalotai EAC, which was formed from some pieces of the former team. However, REAC is Just the de facto successor and only took over Volán's league spot. It does not carry any of Volán's records, but sees itself as modern extension of the REAC formed early in the 20th century and which was dissolved in the course of World War II.
FK Radnički is a Serbian football club based in Ratkovo, Odžaci, Serbia. They are currently playing in Područna fudbalska liga Sombor.
FK Omladinac is a Serbian football club based in Malošište, Serbia.
Glenroy Football Club is an Australian rules football club located 14 km north of Melbourne in the suburb of Glenroy. The club was founded in 1946 and affiliated with the Essendon District Football League. The club fields open age and junior teams. Glenroy are known as the Wallabies and wear a red jumper with a white sash. The club enjoys strong community support from a range of small businesses and institutions. Their last B-Grade premiership in 2008 resulted in their promotion to A-Grade under former premiership player Ash Manning. Due to a mass exodus of player personnel, Glenroy's young list struggled to match it with the hardened quality opposition in 2009. In 2010, former Northcote Park veteran Brett Jeffrey took the reins of player coach. The club had an up and down year, finally settling for 6th position and failing to make the finals. A proud club, they will look to learn from past recruiting mistakes and form a unit capable of restoring the club to its former glory days experienced in the 1980s. Notable former players Glenn McNiel Warren Andrews Andrew Heers
The El Salvador U-23 men's national football team is the national under-23 football team of El Salvador and is controlled by the Federación Salvadoreña de Fútbol. Its primary role is qualification into the Olympic Football Tournament, the next of which is to be held during the 2012 Summer Olympics in the United Kingdom.
Real Sociedad de Fútbol B is a Spanish football club based in San Sebastián, in the autonomous community of Basque Country. Founded in 1951, it is the reserve team of Real Sociedad, and plays in Segunda División B, holding home games at Zubieta. Unlike in England, reserve teams in Spain play in the same football pyramid as their senior team rather than a separate league. However, reserve teams cannot play in the same division as their senior team. Therefore, the team is ineligible for promotion to La Liga, the division in which the main side plays. Reserve teams are also no longer permitted to enter the Copa del Rey.