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McLean County MissFits

McLean County MissFits was a womens flat track roller derby league based in Bloomington, Illinois. Founded in 2010, the league consisted of a three home teams, plus two travel teams, the All-Stars and the Wanna-Bs, who compete against teams from ...

                                               

Mid-State Sisters of Skate

Mid-State Sisters of Skate is a womens flat track roller derby league based in Stevens Point, Wisconsin. Founded in 2010, the league consists of two travel teams which play teams from other leagues. Mid-State is a member of the Womens Flat Track ...

                                               

Paradise Roller Girls

The Paradise Roller Girls is a womens flat track roller derby league based in Hilo, Hawaii. Founded in 2010, the league is member-owned and consists of two teams, the Honey Badgers A-Team and the Killer Bees B-team, both are travel teams that com ...

                                               

Port Scandalous Roller Derby

Port Scandalous Roller Derby is a womens flat track flat track roller derby league based in Port Angeles, Washington. The league is primarily skater run and consists of three teams: a home team, Strait Shooters, a traveling team, Intense City, an ...

                                               

Salisbury Roller Girls

The Salisbury Roller Girls is a flat track roller derby league based in Salisbury, Maryland. Founded in 2010, the league consists of two teams which compete against teams from other leagues. Salisbury is a member of the Womens Flat Track Derby As ...

                                               

Boulder County Bombers

The Boulder County Bombers is a womens flat track roller derby league based in Longmont, Colorado. Founded in 2011, Boulder County is a member of the Womens Flat Track Derby Association.

                                               

Cowboy Capital Rollergirls

The Cowboy Capital Rollergirls was a womens flat track roller derby league based in Stephenville, Texas. Founded in 2011, the league consisted of two teams which compete against teams from other leagues.

                                               

Roller Derby Madrid

Roller Derby Madrid is a flat-track roller derby league based in Madrid, Spain and founded in 2012. The league plays by the rule set of the Womens Flat Track Derby Association.

                                               

Alberta Junior Hockey League

The Alberta Junior Hockey League is an Alberta-based Junior A ice hockey league that belongs to the Canadian Junior Hockey League. It was formed as a five-team league in 1964. There are currently 16 teams in the league. The regular season league ...

                                               

2014–15 NCHL season

The 2014–15 NCHL season started with the absence of two teams, causing the league to revisit the schedule just prior to the puck drop on October 17, 2014.

                                               

Alberta Midget Hockey League

The Alberta Midget Hockey League or AMHL is the provincial Midget AAA ice hockey league for Alberta, Canada. The league consists of 18 teams split into the Dodge and Chrysler Divisions. League champions go on to compete with the BC Hockey Major M ...

                                               

North Peace Hockey League

The North Peace Hockey League is a Canadian mens Senior ice hockey league based in Northern Alberta and North Eastern British Columbia. With a history that dates back to the early 1950s, the NPHL has the distinction of being the longest continual ...

                                               

Project 2010

Project 2010 was a blueprint that United States Soccer Federation executives created in 1998 to ensure that the U.S. mens national soccer team could become a plausible contender to win the FIFA World Cup by the 2010 iteration. The Q-Report, the j ...

                                               

History of the United States womens national soccer team

The history of the United States womens national soccer team began in 1985 - the year when the United States womens national soccer team played its first match.

                                               

United States at the FIFA Womens World Cup

The United States womens national soccer team is the most successful womens national team in the history of the Womens World Cup, having won four titles, earning second-place once and third-place finishes three times. The United States is one of ...

                                               

Canada mens national ice hockey team

The Canadian national mens ice hockey team is the ice hockey team representing Canada internationally. The team is overseen by Hockey Canada, a member of the International Ice Hockey Federation. From 1920 until 1963, Canadas international represe ...

                                               

United States mens national ice hockey team

The United States mens national ice hockey team is based in Colorado Springs, Colorado, with its U18 and U17 development program in Plymouth, Michigan. The team is controlled by USA Hockey, the governing body for organized ice hockey in the Unite ...

                                               

2013 WPSL season

As of 7/14/13 2013 Division Title 2013 Playoff Team Saint Louis FC was eliminated from the competition after recording but before the beginning of the season, lose all their matches 3-0 wins for the opposing teams.

                                               

2014 WPSL season

The 2014 Womens Premier Soccer League season is the 18th season of the WPSL. A total of 72 clubs across 7 conferences and 12 divisions participated in the season. The Houston Aces made it to their second consecutive WPSL final, but again lost by ...

                                               

List of USASA affiliated leagues

The United States Adult Soccer Association is a national organization and sanctioning body for amateur soccer in the United States. It consists of 54 state organizations as well as regional and national leagues. There are many adult leagues that ...

                                               

1971–72 FIBA Womens European Champions Cup

The 1971–72 FIBA Womens European Champions Cup was the twelfth edition of FIBA Europes competition for womens basketball national champion clubs, running from October 1971 to April 1972. The group stage was expanded from six to eight teams. Dauga ...

                                               

1972–73 FIBA Womens European Champions Cup

The 1972–73 FIBA Womens European Champions Cup was the thirteenth edition of FIBA Europes competition for womens basketball national champion clubs, running from November 1972 to March 1973. Daugava Riga defeated Clermont UC in the final to win i ...

                                               

1973–74 FIBA Womens European Champions Cup

The 1973–74 FIBA Womens European Champions Cup was the fourteenth edition of FIBA Europes competition for womens basketball national champion clubs, running from November 1973 to April 1974. Daugava Riga defeated Clermont UC in a rematch of the p ...

                                               

International XI womens cricket team

The International XI womens cricket team was a team that took part in two Womens Cricket World Cups. They were essentially a "best of the rest" team, including players not selected by their own countries. They took part in the 1973 Womens Cricket ...

                                               

1975–76 FIBA Womens European Champions Cup

The 1975–76 FIBA Womens European Champions Cup was the 18th edition of FIBA Europes competition for womens basketball national champion clubs, running from October 1975 to March 1976. The Soviet Union didnt take part in the competition, ending Da ...

                                               

1976–77 FIBA Womens European Champions Cup

The 1976–77 FIBA Womens European Champions Cup was the 19th edition of FIBA Europes competition for womens basketball national champion clubs, running from October 1976 to March 1977. For the first time the final was played as a single match in a ...

                                               

1984 1. divisjon (women)

The 1984 1. divisjon, was the first season of a top-tier womens football league in Norway, and was won by Sprint-Jeloy. The league was contested by 30 teams, divided in three groups of 10 teams. In each group, the teams met each other twice in ro ...

                                               

1985 1. divisjon (women)

The 1985 1. divisjon, was the second season of a top-tier womens football league in Norway, and was won by Nymark. The league was contested by 30 teams, divided in three groups of 10 teams. In each group, the teams met each other twice in round-R ...

                                               

1986 1. divisjon (women)

The 1986 1. divisjon was the third season of a top-tier womens football league in Norway, and was won by Sprint-Jeloy. The league was contested by 40 teams, divided in four groups of ten teams. It was the first year that teams from Nord Norge con ...

                                               

1985–86 FIBA Womens European Champions Cup

The 1985-86 FIBA Womens European Champions Cup was the 28th edition of FIBA Europes competition for national champions womens basketball clubs, running from 3 October 1985 to 20 March 1986. Defending champion Primigi Vicenza defeated Agon Dusseld ...

                                               

1987 1. divisjon (women)

The 1987 1. divisjon, the highest womens football league in Norway, began on 2 May 1987 and ended on 3 October 1987. It was the first season with a single national League for women. 18 games were played with 3 points given for wins, while the dra ...

                                               

1986–87 FIBA Womens European Champions Cup

The 1986–87 Womens Basketball European Cup was the 29th edition of the competition. The final took place in Thessaloniki on 12 March 1987 and confronted defending champion AS Vicenza and 1986 Ronchetti Cup champion Dynamo Novosibirsk, with the It ...

                                               

1988 1. divisjon (women)

The 1988 1. divisjon season, the highest womens football league in Norway, began on 30 April 1988 and ended on 9 October 1988. 18 games with 3 points given for wins and 1 for draws. Number nine and ten were relegated, while two teams of 2. divisj ...

                                               

1987–88 FIBA Womens European Champions Cup

The 1987-88 FIBA Womens European Champions Cup was the 30th edition of FIBA Europes competition for national champions womens basketball clubs, running from 23 September 1987 to 23 March 1988. Defending champion Primigi Vicenza defeated Dynamo No ...

                                               

1989 1. divisjon (women)

The 1989 1. divisjon season, the highest womens football league in Norway, began on 29 April 1989 and ended on 1 October 1989. 18 games with 3 points given for wins and 1 for draws. Number nine and ten were relegated, while two teams of 2. divisj ...

                                               

1988–89 Liga Nacional de Futbol Femenino

The 1988–89 Liga Nacional de Futbol Femenino was the inaugural edition of Spains womens football premier league. The competition was contested by nine clubs, and took place from 4 December 1988 to 30 April 1989. Peña Barcelonista Barcilona became ...

                                               

1988–89 FIBA Womens European Champions Cup

The 1988–89 FIBA Womens European Champions Cup was the 31st edition of FIBA Europes competition for national champions womens basketball clubs, running from September 1988 to 22 March 1989. The final featured clash between earlier 1987-88 season ...

                                               

1990 1. divisjon (women)

The 1990 1. divisjon season, the highest womens football league in Norway, began on 28 April 1990 and ended on 6 October 1990. 18 games with 3 points given for wins and 1 for draws. Number nine and ten were relegated, while two teams of 2. divisj ...

                                               

1989–90 FIBA Womens European Champions Cup

The 1989–90 FIBA Womens European Champions Cup was the 32nd edition of FIBA Europes competition for national champions womens basketball clubs, running from September 1989 to 29 March 1990. Libertas Trogylos Basket defeated 1989 Ronchetti Cup cha ...

                                               

1990–91 Frauen-Bundesliga

The 1990–91 Frauen-Bundesliga was the first season of the Frauen-Bundesliga, the premier womens association football league in Germany after the previous seventeen years saw the league be competed in a single-elimination tournament. Twenty teams ...

                                               

1991 1. divisjon (women)

The 1991 1. divisjon season, the highest womens football league in Norway, began on 27 April 1991 and ended on 12 October 1991. 18 games with 3 points given for wins and 1 for draws. Number nine and ten were relegated, while two teams of 2. divis ...

                                               

1990 FIBA World Championship for Women squads

The 1990 FIBA World Championship for Women was held in Malaysia. The list includes the twelve-women rosters of the sixteen participating countries, totaling 172 players.

                                               

1991–92 Frauen-Bundesliga

The Frauen-Bundesliga 1991–92 was the second season of the Frauen-Bundesliga, Germanys premier football league. In this season clubs from former East Germany were allowed to compete for the first time in an all-German Bundesliga due to the integr ...

                                               

1992 1. divisjon (women)

The 1992 1. divisjon season, the highest womens football league in Norway, began on 25 April 1992 and ended on 17 October 1992. 18 games with 3 points given for wins and 1 for draws. Number nine and ten were relegated, while two teams of 2. divis ...

                                               

1991–92 WFA National League Premier Division

The 1991–92 Womens National League Premier Division season was the inaugural season of nationalised womens league football in England. The Womens Football Association obtained a grant from the Sports Council in order to launch the league, describ ...

                                               

1992 Russian Championship (womens football)

The 1992 Russian Womens Football Championship was the inaugural edition of the premier championship for Russian womens football teams, succeeding the 1991 Soviet Championship. Interros Moscow won the championship with a one-point advantage over C ...

                                               

1991 FIFA Womens World Cup squads

Below are the rosters for the 1991 FIFA Womens World Cup tournament in China. The 12 national teams involved in the tournament were required to register a squad of 18 players, including at least two goalkeepers. Only players in these squads were ...

                                               

1991–92 FIBA Womens European Champions Cup

The 1991-92 FIBA Womens European Champions Cup was the 34th edition of the competition. It was won by Popular Basquet Godella, today known as Ciudad Ros Casares Valencia, beating Dynamo Kiev in the final. Godella became the first Spanish team to ...

                                               

1992–93 Frauen-Bundesliga

The Frauen-Bundesliga 1992–93 was the 3rd season of the Frauen-Bundesliga, Germanys premier football league. It was the last time games were played over 80 minutes. In the final TuS Niederkirchen defeated TSV Siegen to win their first title.

                                               

1993 1. divisjon (women)

The 1993 1. divisjon season, the highest womens football league in Norway, began on 24 April 1993 and ended on 10 October 1993. 18 games with 3 points given for wins and 1 for draws. Number nine and ten were relegated, while two teams of 2. divis ...

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