Kelme was a professional cycling team based in Spain.
Club Atlético Racing is an Argentine football club from the city of Córdoba. The team currently plays in Torneo Argentino A, the regionalised third division of the Argentine football league system. Racing was founded in the Nueva Italia district of Córdoba on 14 December 1924. Its most successful season came in 1980 when the team finished 2nd in the Nacional championship, after losing the final matches at the hands of Rosario Central, with scores of 1-5 and 2-0 respectively. At the end of the 2005-06 season the club narrowly missed out on promotion to the Primera B Nacional. Racing had to play San Martín de Tucumán in the Clausura final. After the game ended with an aggregate score of 3-3, the decision went to a penalty shootout which Racing lost 7-6.
FC M.C. Tallinn is an Estonian football club, playing in the town of Tallinn.
Tigers Saint-Martin is a football club based in Saint-Martin, France.
Hibernian Football Club are a Scottish professional football club based in Leith in the north of Edinburgh. They are one of two Scottish Premier League clubs in the city, the other being their Edinburgh derby rivals Hearts. Hibernian were founded in 1875 by Irish immigrants, but support for the club is now based on geography rather than ethnicity or religion. The Irish heritage of Hibernian is still reflected, however, in its name, colours and badge. The name of the club is usually shortened to Hibs. The team are also called The Hibees and The Cabbage, a shortening of the rhyming slang for Hibs of "Cabbage and Ribs", by fans of the club, who are themselves also known as Hibbies. Home matches are played at the Easter Road stadium, which the club have played at since 1893, when the club also joined the Scottish Football League. Hibernian have played in the Scottish Premier League since 1999, one year after the breakaway league was founded. Hibernian have won the Scottish league championship four times, most recently in 1952. Three of those four championships were won between 1948 and 1952, when the club had the services of The Famous Five, a notable forward line. The club have won the Scottish Cup twice, in 1887 and 1902; but have lost ten Scottish Cup Finals since, most recently in 2013. The last major trophy won by the club was the 2007 Scottish League Cup, when Kilmarnock were beaten 5–1 in the final. It was the third time Hibs had won the League Cup, also winning in 1972 and 1991.
The Albany Attack was the name of a franchise which played in the National Lacrosse League from the 2000 season through the 2003 season. The Attack played in the former Pepsi Arena in Albany, New York. After the 2003 season, the franchise was sold and moved to San Jose, California and renamed the San Jose Stealth.
El Tanque Sisley is a football club from Montevideo in Uruguay. They currently play in the Uruguayan 1st Division. The club were founded in 1955 with the name Club Atlético El Tanque, on December 15, 1981 the club were amalgamated with Club Cultural y Deportivo Sisley to form Centro Cultural y Deportivo El Tanque Sisley. Colors were taken from Rosarino Central, one of the big clubs of the F.U.F era.
The Queen's Gaels are the athletic teams that represent Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Team colours are blue, red, and gold. Its main home is Richardson Memorial Stadium on West Campus. Their rallying cry is the "Oil Thigh", a fight song sung in Gaelic by spectators when the home team scores a point, goal, touchdown, etc. Originally written in 1898 after a disappointing loss to the University of Toronto, the name comes from the phrase sung repeatedly in the main chorus: "Oilthigh na Banrighinn, a' Banrighinn gu brath", or "College of the Queen forever" in Gaelic. The song has the tune of the Battle Hymn of the Republic; its English verses about the rivals of Queen's College alternate with the Gaelic chorus. Queen's teams have had a variety of successes on the national and international stages over the university's history. The Gaels football program is one of the oldest and most successful in Canada, boasting a total of three straight Grey Cup victories in the early twentieth century and four Vanier Cup victories as the top team in Canadian Interuniversity Sport. In the last two seasons alone, the Gaels have captured 11 provincial and national championships, including the 2009 Vanier Cup championship, the 2010-11 CIS Men's Curling Championship and the two time 2011 and 2012 CIS Women's Soccer Championships. Men's and Women's Volleyball won OUA Championships in 2012.
Gimnástica Segoviana Club de Fútbol is a Spanish football team based in Segovia, the capital of the namesake province, in the autonomous community of Castile and León. Founded in 1928 as Sociedad Deportiva Gimnástica Segoviana, it plays in Tercera División – Group 8, holding home games at Estadio La Albuera, which has a capacity of 6,000 spectators.
The Mississippi Fire Dogs are a now-defunct indoor football team from Biloxi, Mississippi. They played their home games at the Mississippi Coast Coliseum. They were a charter member of the Indoor Professional Football League. They Played from in the 1999-2000 IPFL seasons before joining the National Indoor Football League in 2001. Their final season was in 2002.
The Southampton Tridents Lacrosse Club formed in 1983 as part of the University of Southampton's Athletic Union and was one of the first University club sides to appear in the South of England. The team entered the South of England Men's Lacrosse Association, becoming one of the few Southern clubs outside of London and following in the footsteps of Bath Lacrosse club which had been formed the previous year and Oxford and Cambridge universities who already had established sides. Two decades on and SEMLA has flourished with membership reaching nearly 50 clubs competing across several different leagues. This is complemented by a large pool of second teams and development teams who are currently taking part in friendlies and tournaments. This rapid growth has seen clubs appear all across the south of England and Wales and has increased the profile of the sport in the South. This year Southampton has announced it will form a second team which will enter the league for the 07/08 season, showing the English game's rise in popularity. Southampton Lacrosse club formed good links with Bath due to their location and the fact that both were recently founded. Early games were hard fought and a red and black beach towel was used as a trophy upon which a players' wife embroidered each result. After a surprise Southampton win the towel disappeared and has not been seen since, though efforts have been made to relocate it.
NK Grafičar Vodovod is a football club from Osijek, Croatia.
SC Senhora da Hora is a Portuguese football club from the city of Matosinhos and it's the main club in the parish of Senhora da Hora although in recent years local rivals Padroense are emerging and have gain promotion to the upper divisions of national football. SC Senhora da Hora are currently playing in the regional league in the Associação de Futebol do Porto. Like most of the local teams they also have a protocol with Leixões SC but at a minor level. The team usually plays in green shirt and white shorts.
Mynydd-y-Garreg RFC is a Welsh rugby football club founded in 1985 who play in Division 1 of the Llanelli & District League. The highlight of their 21 season history is when they won the Llanelli & District League Championship in 2001/02. The team was captained by Outside-Half Matthew Lloyd and coached by Simon Mansfield and Steve Thomas.
Trem Desportivo Clube, usually known as Trem Desportivo, or simply as Trem, is a Brazilian football club from Macapá, Amapá state.
Rosariense Desportivo Clube is a football club that had played in the Premier division and plays in the Santo Antão Island League South Zone in Cape Verde. It is based in the town of Ribeira Grande in the northeastern part of the island of Santo Antão. It was the first team ever to win the title after breaking the island's division zones into two and the team won in 1997. For only a year, the team only had one title with Beira Mar, its teams' recent win in 2007 now made it having two titles with Solpontense
Barnet Football Club is an English professional football club based in Barnet, London. For the 2013–2014 season, the club will participate in the Conference National, the fifth tier of English football. The current head coach is Edgar Davids. Since 1907 the club have played at Underhill Stadium, situated in the town of Barnet within the London Borough of Barnet. The club will move to The Hive Stadium, situated in Canons Park in the London Borough of Harrow, for the 2013–14 season. The 1992–93 season is widely regarded as Barnet's most eventful season. The club were on the verge of expulsion for failing to pay their players' wages as well as failing to meet a deadline for a £50,000 fine. In spite of these problems Barnet won promotion to Division Two, but the Bees were unable to sustain themselves at this level and went down after one season with just five league wins in the campaign. Barry Fry was the manager who secured Barnet's promotion successes in the early 1990s. In March 2004 they were in one of the play-off positions of the Football Conference but failed to gain promotion to League Two, the lowest flight of the Football League. In the 2004–05 season they won the Football Conference, to return to the Football League after an absence of four years. Before that they had been members of the Football League for ten years.
Mjøndalen IF is a Norwegian sports club from Mjøndalen, Buskerud, Norway. It has won the Norwegian Football Cup three times. Mjøndalen has also finished runners-up in the top tier of the Norwegian football league two times, each time qualifying them for participation in the UEFA Cup.