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  1. Adelaide Avalanche

    Adelaide Avalanche


    The Adelaide Avalanche were a semi-professional ice hockey team based in Thebarton, South Australia that played in the Australian Ice Hockey League (AIHL). The club was formed in 2000 and was arguably the most successful team in the short history of the AIHL, winning five minor premierships and two championships in their eight years of competition.

  2. Alabama Steeldogs

    Alabama Steeldogs


    The Alabama Steeldogs, originally known as the Birmingham Steeldogs, were incorporated in 2000 as one of the charter teams in the af2, the developmental league of the Arena Football League. Entering their eighth season as of 2007, they were the longest running of many professional football franchises in the city of Birmingham. Management announced that it would not field a team in 2008 but had hopes of returning in 2009. But the team's front office has since been dissolved, and with no announcements of further plans, the team is defunct.

  3. Alabama Vipers

    Alabama Vipers


    The Alabama Vipers were a professional arena football team, that played in the Arena Football League. For most of their history, the Vipers played as the Tennessee Valley Vipers in the now-defunct af2, the minor league for the original Arena Football League, where they won the 2008 ArenaCup championship. They played their home games at the Von Braun Center. They were coached by Dean Cokinos who was the head coach of the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Pioneers in 2003 and the Nashville Kats Offensive Coordinator and Director of Player Personnel from 2005–2007.

  4. Albany Attack

    Albany Attack


    The Albany Attack was the name of a franchise which played in the National Lacrosse League (NLL) from the 2000 season through the 2003 season. The Attack played in the former Pepsi Arena in Albany, New York (now known as the Times Union Center). After the 2003 season, the franchise was sold and moved to San Jose, California and renamed the San Jose Stealth. The current incarnation of the franchise is the Vancouver Stealth.

  5. Allen Wranglers

    Allen Wranglers


    The Texas Revolution is an American professional indoor football team which is currently not a member of any league. Based in Allen, Texas, the Revolution plays its home games at the Allen Event Center. The 2014 season was the team's fifteenth season as a football franchise, fifth in the Indoor Football League, fourth in Texas, and second as the "Revolution".

  6. Bank BGŻ cycling team

    Bank BGŻ cycling team


    Bank BGŻ (UCI Team Code: BGZ) is a continental cycling team based in Poland that participates in UCI Continental Circuits races. From 2004 to 2010 it was known as "DHL-Author"; since 2011, the team has the homonymous Polish bank as its main sponsor.

  7. BankGiroLoterij



    BankGiroLoterij was the name of a Dutch professional road bicycle racing team. The main sponsor from 2000 to 2004 was a Dutch lottery operator. No sponsor was available for 2005, so the team disbanded. At that time, they were placed 29th in Division 1 in the UCI Road World Rankings. A significant number of the team riders joined Team Shimano-Memory Corp, after its merge with Japanese team Shimano.

  8. Barazi-Epsilon



    Barazi-Epsilon is a racing team owned by engineer Michel Lecomte and entrepreneur turned amateur racer Juan Barazi. The teams base is located in Le Mans. The team was founded in 2000 as Epsilon Sport from the remains of the Graff Racing's Formula Three operations.

  9. Barons LMT

    Barons LMT


    BK BARONS kvartāls (previously Barons/LMT) is a professional basketball club which is based in Riga, Latvia. Its head coach is Mārtiņš Gulbis, who debuted as the head coach when he was 20 years old. The team plays in the first division of Latvijas Basketbola līga.

  10. Baton Rouge Blaze

    Baton Rouge Blaze


    The Baton Rouge Blaze was an expansion team that joined the af2 in 2001. The Blaze were joined by the Bossier-Shreveport Battle Wings, Columbus Wardogs, Florida Firecats, Iowa Barnstormers (not to be confused with the Iowa Barnstormers that became the New York Dragons of the AFL), Lafayette Roughnecks, Lincoln Lightning, Louisville Fire, Macon Knights, Memphis Xplorers, Peoria Pirates, Rochester Brigade, and Wichita Stealth. In 2001, the Blaze went 10-6 but did not make the playoffs, despite being the only team in the league with a double-digit win total.

  11. Bayside Ravens

    Bayside Ravens


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  12. Belfast Giants

    Belfast Giants


    The Belfast Giants are an ice hockey team from Belfast, Northern Ireland that compete in the Elite Ice Hockey League. Home games are played at the 7,100-capacity Odyssey Arena in Belfast.

  13. Border City Bandits

    Border City Bandits


    The Border City Bandits were a professional ice hockey team from Texarkana, Texas. They were a member of the Central Hockey League during the 2000-01 season and played at the Four States Arena.

  14. Brooks Bandits

    Brooks Bandits


    The Brooks Bandits are an ice hockey team in the Alberta Junior Hockey League. They play in Brooks, Alberta at the Centennial Regional Arena, capacity 1,704.

  15. BS BolticGöta

    BS BolticGöta


    BS BolticGöta, or for short "BG", is a bandy club in Karlstad, Sweden.

  16. BSV Ölper 2000

    BSV Ölper 2000


    BSV Ölper 2000 is a German association football and sports club from the city of Braunschweig, Lower Saxony.

  17. CAL Spora Luxembourg

    CAL Spora Luxembourg


    CAL Spora Luxembourg, abbreviated to CSL, is an amateur athletics club in Luxembourg City, in southern Luxembourg. It is the only club in Luxembourg City, and is the largest club in the country, with around 400 members. CSL is affiliated to the Luxembourg Athletics Federation and the Luxembourg Triathlon Federation: the respective governing bodies for athletics and triathlon. The club is based at Stade Josy Barthel, in the Rollingergrund-North Belair quarter of north-western Luxembourg City. CSL was formed in 2000 by the fusion of two previous clubs: Cercle d'Athlétisme Luxembourg (CAL) and Spora Club Luxembourg.

  18. Carolina Cobras

    Carolina Cobras


    The Carolina Cobras were an expansion franchise in the Arena Football League. The team was formed prior to the 2000 season, which endured a player strike.

  19. Carolina Rhinos

    Carolina Rhinos


    The Carolina Rhinos were one of the original 15 teams to join the inaugural 2000 AF2 season. They started off in the American Conference, before switching divisions in every year of their existence (2001-Northeast & 2002-Eastern). In their first year, they won 7 of their first 9 games, en route to the playoffs, before losing to the Augusta Stallions. In 2001, again, they won 7 of their first 9 games, and for the first time ever, they won a playoff game, beating the Tulsa Talons, before losing to the eventual champion, Quad City Steamwheelers. In 2002, everyone expected Carolina to not only go to the playoffs, but to do something great. Unfortunately, the Rhinos choked going 5-11, and ultimately missed the playoffs. To add insult to injury, the Rhinos folded after their post season-less year, and left Arena Football to the Carolina Cobras, which fittingly, folded 2 years after the Rhinos said good-bye to the BI-LO Center.

  20. CB Villa de Aranda

    CB Villa de Aranda


    Club Balonmano Villa de Aranda–Top Ribera is a handball team based in Aranda de Duero, Province of Burgos, Castile and León. It was founded in 2000 and made its debut in Liga ASOBAL in 2012–13 season after achieving the promotion from División de Plata in 2011–12 season.

  21. CCC Polkowice (cycling team)

    CCC Polkowice (cycling team)


    CCC Polsat Polkowice (UCI Team Code: CCC) is a UCI Continental cycling team based in Poland. Formerly CCC Mat, the team became known as CCC Polsat in 2002. In 2004 and 2005, the team was known as Hoop CCC-Polsat (UCI Team Code: HOP), reverting to CCC Polsat in 2006. From 2007 to 2011, the team was known as CCC Polsat Polkowice (abbreviated to CCC Polsat), and team kit colours are orange and black.

  22. CDB Zaragoza

    CDB Zaragoza


    Club Deportivo Basket Zaragoza, a.k.a. Mann Filter Zaragoza for sponsorship reasons, was a Spanish women's basketball club from Zaragoza that played in the LFB. It was founded in 2000 from newly promoted CN Helios, which had previously replaced 1990 Copa de la Reina champion Banco Zaragozano.

  23. Charleston Swamp Foxes

    Charleston Swamp Foxes


    The Charleston Swamp Foxes were one of the 15 original teams to join the inaugural 2000 AF2 season. They started off in the American Conference, before switching divisions in every year of their existence (2001-Northeast, 2002-Southern & 2003-Atlantic). Charleston played their home games in the North Charleston Coliseum. Every year, the Swamp Foxes improved their Win-Loss Record going 4-12 in 2000, then 7-9 in 2001 and 2002, & 9-7 in 2003. After the 2003 season, the Swamp Foxes folded, and Arena Football in Charleston, South Carolina was never heard again until the 2006 formation of the Charleston/Carolina Sandsharks. The Charleston franchise was named after Francis Marion, also known as "The Swamp Fox".

  24. Columbus Blue Jackets

    Columbus Blue Jackets


    The Columbus Blue Jackets are a professional ice hockey team based in Columbus, Ohio, United States. They are members of the Metropolitan Division of the Eastern Conference of the National Hockey League (NHL).

  25. D.C. Divas

    D.C. Divas


    The D.C. Divas are a football team in the Women's Football Alliance. Based in the Washington Metropolitan Area, the Divas play their home games in Landover (where the NFL's Washington Redskins' home stadium FedEx Field is located) at Prince George's Sports and Learning Complex.

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