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1982–83 NK Rijeka season

The 1982–83 season was the 37th season in Rijeka ’s history and their 21st season in the Yugoslav First League. Their 12th place finish in the 1981–82 season meant it was their ninth successive season playing in the Yugoslav First League.

                                               

1982–83 Major Indoor Soccer League season

The 1982–83 Major Indoor Soccer League season was the fifth in league history and would end with the San Diego Sockers winning their first MISL title. It would be the Sockers second straight indoor championship, as the club had won the North Amer ...

                                               

1982 NCAA Division I baseball season

The 1982 NCAA Division I baseball season, play of college baseball in the United States organized by the National Collegiate Athletic Association began in the spring of 1982. The season progressed through the regular season and concluded with the ...

                                               

1982 College Baseball All-America Team

An All-American team is an honorary sports team composed of the best amateur players of a specific season for each team position - who in turn are given the honorific "All-America" and typically referred to as "All-American athletes", or simply " ...

                                               

1982–83 NBA season

The 1982–83 NBA season was the 37th season of the National Basketball Association. The season ended with the Philadelphia 76ers winning the NBA Championship, sweeping the Los Angeles Lakers 4 games to 0 in the NBA Finals.

                                               

Brabham BT50

The Brabham BT50 was a Formula One racing car designed by Gordon Murray and powered by a turbo BMW engine. It was raced by the Brabham team, owned by Bernie Ecclestone, during the 1982 Formula One season. Driven by Nelson Piquet and Riccardo Patr ...

                                               

Ligier JS19

The Ligier JS19 was a Formula One racing car manufactured and raced by Equipe Ligier during the 1982 Formula One season. Powered by a Talbot-badged Matra V12 engine, the JS19 was driven by Jacques Laffite and Eddie Cheever.

                                               

Lotus 91

The Lotus 91 was a car used by the English team Lotus in the 1982 Formula One season, designed by Colin Chapman, Martin Ogilvie and Tony Rudd. After several uncompetitive seasons with experimental or uncompetitive cars, Colin Chapman went back to ...

                                               

Williams FW08

The Williams FW08 was a Formula One car designed by Frank Dernie, which debuted at the 1982 Belgian Grand Prix held at the Zolder circuit. An evolution of the FW07 that it replaced, the car was used by Finnish driver Keke Rosberg to win the 1982 ...

                                               

1982 British Speedway Championship

The 1982 British Speedway Championship was the 1982 edition of the British Speedway Championship. The Final took place on 2 June at Brandon in Coventry, England. The Championship was won by Andy Grahame, who edged out his brother Alan Grahame in ...

                                               

1982 Speedway World Pairs Championship

The 1982 Speedway World Pairs Championship was the thirteenth FIM Speedway World Pairs Championship. The final took place in Sydney, Australia, at the Liverpool City Raceway. Champion was Dennis Sigalos and Bobby Schwartz of the United States, wh ...

                                               

1982 Speedway World Team Cup

The final of the 1982 Speedway World Team Cup, the annual international speedway world championship tournament, took place on 15 August at the White City Stadium in London. The winners were the United States team.

                                               

1982 UCLA Bruins softball team

The 1982 UCLA Bruins softball team represented the University of California, Los Angeles in the 1982 college softball season. The Bruins were coached by Sharron Backus, who led her eighth season. The Bruins played their home games at Sunset Field ...

                                               

1982 Fischer-Grand Prix – Doubles

Steve Denton and Tim Wilkison were the defending champions but did not compete that year. Henri Leconte and Pavel Slozil won in the final 6-1, 7-6 against Mark Dickson and Terry Moore.

                                               

1983 Italian Open – Womens Singles

A champion seed is indicated in bold text while text in italics indicates the round in which that seed was eliminated. The top eight seeds received a bye to the second round.

                                               

1984 UEFA European Under-21 Championship squads

This article displays the squads for the 1984 UEFA European Under-21 Championship. Although teams could have a maximum of three older players, the remaining squad members had to have been born on or after 1 January 1960. Players in bold have late ...

                                               

UEFA Euro 1984 Group 1

Group 1 of UEFA Euro 1984 was one of only two groups in the final tournaments initial group stage. It began on 12 June and was completed on 19 June. The group consisted of hosts France, Belgium, Denmark, and Yugoslavia. France won the group and r ...

                                               

UEFA Euro 1984 Group 2

Group 2 of UEFA Euro 1984 was one of only two groups in the final tournaments initial group stage. It began on 14 June and was completed on 20 June. The group consisted of West Germany, Spain, Portugal, and Romania. Spain won the group and reache ...

                                               

UEFA Euro 1984 knockout stage

The knockout stage of UEFA Euro 1984 was a single-elimination tournament involving the four teams that qualified from the group stage of the tournament. There were two rounds of matches: a semi-final stage leading to the final to decide the champ ...

                                               

1983–84 Bundesliga

The 1983–84 Bundesliga was the 21st season of the Bundesliga, the premier football league in West Germany. It began on 12 August 1983 and ended on 26 May 1984. Stuttgart won the championship. Defending champions, Hamburg finished second. The 1983 ...

                                               

1983–84 Liga Leumit

The 1983–84 Liga Leumit season began on 24 September 1983 and ended on 26 May 1984, with Maccabi Haifa winning their first ever title. David Lavi of Maccabi Netanya was the leagues top scorer with 17 goals. Bnei Yehuda Maccabi and Hapoel Ramat Am ...

                                               

1983–84 Serie A

The 1983–84 Serie A season was won by Juventus It was a tight championship, with reigning champions Roma providing strong opposition to the Bianconeri, who obtained the point they needed by drawing 1-1 against Avellino on 6 May, taking the title ...

                                               

1983–84 Irish League

The 1983–84 Irish League season was the 110th season for the top division of football in Northern Ireland. 14 teams contested the division, an increase of two on the previous season, with Carrick Rangers and Newry Town becoming the first new part ...

                                               

1984 Soviet Top League

Statistics of Soviet Top League in season 1984. Was attended by 18 teams, and Zenit Leningrad won the championship. On 10 games a draw limit was implemented this season.

                                               

1984 Allsvenskan

The 1984 Allsvenskan play-offs was the third edition of the competition. The eight best placed teams from Allsvenskan qualified to the competition. Allsvenskan champions IFK Goteborg won the competition and the Swedish championship after defeatin ...

                                               

1983 Daytona 500

The 1983 Daytona 500, the 25th running of the event, was held February 20 at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida as the first race of the 1983 NASCAR Winston Cup season. A crowd of 115.000 people watched the lead change 58 ti ...

                                               

1983 Like Cola 500

The 1983 Like Cola 500, the 10th running of the event, was a NASCAR Winston Cup Series racing event held on July 24, 1983, at Pocono International Raceway in Long Pond, Pennsylvania. Like Cola, the sponsor of the race, was an unsuccessful Cola so ...

                                               

1983 Miller High Life 500

The 1983 Miller High Life 500 was a NASCAR Winston Cup Series racing event that took place at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, North Carolina on October 9, 1983. In the early 1980s, the NASCAR series of the Winston Cup has been plagued with t ...

                                               

1983 Talladega 500

Talladega Superspeedway, originally known as Alabama International Motor Superspeedway AIMS, is a motorsports complex located north of Talladega, Alabama. It is located on the former Anniston Air Force Base in the small city of Lincoln. The track ...

                                               

1983 Warner W. Hodgdon Carolina 500

The 1983 Warner W. Hodgdon Carolina 500 was a NASCAR Winston Cup Series racing event that was scheduled to be held on Sunday, March 6, 1983, at North Carolina Motor Speedway in Rockingham, North Carolina. The race started on its scheduled date bu ...

                                               

1983 Winston 500

The 1983 Winston 500 was a NASCAR Winston Cup Series event that took place on May 1, 1983, at Alabama International Motor Speedway in Talladega, Alabama.

                                               

1983 Winston Western 500

The 1983 Winston Western 500 was a NASCAR Winston Cup Series racing event that took place on November 20, 1983, at Riverside International Raceway in Riverside, California.

                                               

1983 World 600

The 1983 World 600, the 24th running of the event, was a NASCAR Winston Cup Series racing event that took place on May 29, 1983, at the Charlotte Motor Speedway.

                                               

1983 Atlanta Falcons season

The 1983 Atlanta Falcons season was the Falcons’ eighteenth season in the National Football League. The team looked to improve on its 5–4 1982 season and make the playoffs for the second consecutive season. However, the Falcons started out terrib ...

                                               

1983 Baltimore Colts season

The 1983 Baltimore Colts season was the 31st season for the team in the National Football League. This would be the last season in Baltimore as they moved to Indianapolis for the following season. The Colts finished the year with a record of 7 wi ...

                                               

1983 Buffalo Bills season

The 1983 Buffalo Bills season was the franchises 14th season in the National Football League, and the 24th overall. It was the first of three seasons for head coach Kay Stephenson. Bills running back Joe Cribbs was both the Bills leading rusher, ...

                                               

1983 Chicago Bears season

The 1983 season was the Chicago Bears 64th in the National Football League, and their second under head coach Mike Ditka. The team impoved from their 3–6 record from 1982 to finish at 8–8, but to failed to make the playoffs four the fourth consec ...

                                               

1983 Cincinnati Bengals season

The 1983 Cincinnati Bengals season was the teams 16th year in professional football and its 14th with the National Football League. The Bengals started the season, losing six of their first seven games and finished 7-9. Despite the record, the Be ...

                                               

1983 Dallas Cowboys season

The 1983 Dallas Cowboys season was the franchises 24th season in the National Football League. the cowboys finished second in the NFC East and improving their 6-3 record from 1982. The team broke the record for consecutive playoff appearances wit ...

                                               

1983 Denver Broncos season

The 1983 Denver Broncos season was its 24th in professional football and 14th in the National Football League. Led by third-year head coach Dan Reeves, the Broncos were 9–7, third in the AFC West, and made their first playoff appearance in four s ...

                                               

1983 Detroit Lions season

The 1983 Detroit Lions season was the 54th season in franchise history. Despite an awful 1-4 start, the Lions rallied to finish with a 9-7 record. They were able to rise to the top of a weak NFC Central, to claim their first division championship ...

                                               

1983 Green Bay Packers season

The 1983 Green Bay Packers season was their 65th season overall and their 63rd in the National Football League. The team finished with an 8–8 record under ninth-year head coach Bart Starr to finish second in the NFC Central division. The team set ...

                                               

1983 Houston Oilers season

The 1983 Houston Oilers season was the 24th season overall and 14th with the National Football League. The team improved upon their previous seasons output of 1–8, winning two games, but failed to qualify for the playoffs for the third consecutiv ...

                                               

1983 Kansas City Chiefs season

The 1983 Kansas City Chiefs season was the franchises 14th season in the National Football League and the 24th overall. They matched on their 6–10 record and last place finish in the AFC West. The chiefs fired head coach Marv levy on January 4, a ...

                                               

1983 Los Angeles Rams season

The 1983 Los Angeles Rams season was the teams 46th year with the National Football League and the 38th season in the city of Los Angeles. The franchise drafted a future Hall of Fame Running Back in Eric Dickerson. The season saw the team attempt ...

                                               

1983 Miami Dolphins season

The 1983 season was the 18th season in football for the Miami Dolphins and they sought to return to the Super Bowl after losing to the Washington Redskins in Super Bowl XVII. It was also a turning point in the teams history, as in the 1983 NFL Dr ...

                                               

1983 Minnesota Vikings season

The 1983 season was the Minnesota Vikings 23rd in the National Football League, and the 17th under head coach Bud Grant. The team finished with an 8–8 record and failed to reach the playoffs for the third time in five seasons. At the end of the s ...

                                               

1983 New Orleans Saints season

The 1983 New Orleans Saints season was the team’s 17th as a member of the National Football League. They improved on their previous season’s output of 4–5, winning eight games. Despite the improvement, the team failed to qualify for the playoffs ...

                                               

1983 New York Giants season

The 1983 New York Giants season was the franchises 59th season in the National Football League. The Giants finished in last place in the National Football Conference East Division with a 3–12–1 record, the team’s worst record since 1976. In the 1 ...

                                               

1983 Philadelphia Eagles season

The 1983 Philadelphia Eagles season was their 51st in the National Football League. The team followed up their record of 3–6 during the strike-shortened 1982 season with another losing campaign. The team failed to qualify for the playoffs for the ...

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