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Winnipeg Maple Leafs

The Winnipeg Maple Leafs, or Maple Leaf Hockey Club, were a professional mens ice hockey team in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Winnipeg Maple Leafs played in the Manitoba Professional Hockey League from 1907–1909. In March 1908, 1907-08 as Champions MPHL, ...

Winnipeg Maroons (ice hockey)

The Winnipeg Maroons were a Canadian senior ice hockey team based in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The 1964 team beat the Woodstock Athletics 4 straight games - 5-0, 7-1, 5-0, and 5-3. It was Maroons third appearance in four years in Allen Cup finals. Afte ...

Manitoba Maple Leafs

The Manitoba Maple Leafs were a professional womens ice hockey team in the Western Womens Hockey League. The team played its home games at the MTS Iceplex in Winnipeg, Canada.

Lebret Eagles

The Lebret Eagles played 8 seasons in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League: 1993 - 2001. In 2001, the team left the league and a year later the franchise was dissolved. The Lebret Eagles played their home games at the Eagle Dome in Lebret, Saska ...

Regina Blues

The "Pat Blues" were created in 1970 when the Regina Pats transferred from the SJHL to the Western Hockey League to maintain their Memorial Cup eligibility. The Blues were the Junior "A" affiliate team for the Major Junior parent club Regina Pats ...

Regina Silver Foxes

The Regina Silver Foxes currently play in the South Division of the Junior B Prairie Junior Hockey League They were also a Canadian Tier II Junior "A" ice hockey team based in Regina, Saskatchewan. That used to play out of the Saskatchewan Junior ...

Saskatoon Olympics

The Saskatoon Olympics were a Tier-II Junior "A" team based out of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. They used to play out of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League.

Saskatoon Rage

The Saskatoon Rage were a Tier-II Junior "A" team based out of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. They used to play out of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League. Minot Americans 1987 - 1994 Minot Top Guns 1994- 1997 Beardys Rage 1997 - 1998 Saskatoon Rage ...

Edmonton Drillers (1996–2000)

The Edmonton Drillers, a Canadian indoor soccer team, was reconstituted in August 1996 under the ownership of Peter Pocklington. The team was based at Edmonton Coliseum and played in the National Professional Soccer League. Ownership passed to Wo ...

Victoria Riptides

Victoria Riptides were a professional soccer team based out of Victoria, British Columbia. The team played for two successful seasons, the 1984 season of the Pacific Coast Soccer League and 1985 season of the Western Alliance Challenge Series.

Almendares (baseball)

The Almendares club was one of the oldest and most distinguished baseball teams in the old Cuban League, which existed from 1878 to 1961. Almendares represented the Almendares District on the outskirts of the old city of Havana - when the league ...

Leopardos de Santa Clara

The Leopardos de Santa Clara were a Cuban professional baseball team based in Santa Clara, Cuba. Founded in 1922, they played in the Cuban League from 1922 to 1925, from 1929 to 1930, and from 1935 to 1941. Although they competed for only 11 seas ...

105th Regiment F.C.

105th Regiment Football Club was an English association football club in the 19th Century. They competed in some of the first stagings of the Football Association Challenge Cup, entering the competition between 1875 and 1878.

Grays United F.C.

Grays United F.C. was an English football club based in Grays, Essex. The club played at the Recreation Ground. The United divisions of the club of the southern League in 1899. In 1900-01 they took second and selection-the survival of test matche ...

Hemsworth West End F.C.

Hemsworth West End Football Club was an English association football club based in Hemsworth, West Yorkshire. In the 1925-26 season the club reached the final of the Sheffield Challenge Cup, the oldest county cup in England and fourth oldest surv ...

Huddersfield F.C.

Not to be confused with Huddersfield Town A.F.C. or Huddersfield Giants Football club Huddersfield was the English football Association, based on the large market town of Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, England.

Shropshire Wanderers F.C.

Shropshire Wanderers F.C. were an amateur association football club based in Shrewsbury, England. They were active during the 1870s. They entered the FA Cup in each of the years from 1873-74 to 1877-78. Their greatest success came in 1874-75, whe ...

Warwick County F.C.

Warwick County F.C. was an English football team that played in the Midland League in the early 1880s. They were based in Birmingham and played at Edgbaston Cricket Ground home of Warwickshire County Cricket Club. They also staged home grounds in ...

West Hampstead F.C.

West Hampstead was a football team that formerly played in the Southern Football League. The first reference to the club in 1895, and in 1897 they joined division two of the London League. They were elected to the second division of the southern ...

Goole (rugby league)

Goole was a semi-professional and now an amateur rugby league club based in Goole, Yorkshire, England. The club joined the ranks of the Northern Union semi-professionals in 1901–02 and played for the single season in the Yorkshire Senior Competit ...

Kent Invicta

Kent Invicta RLFC was formed by a local businessman, Paul Faires, and Jim Thompson, Maidstone United FCs chairman. The club was admitted to the Rugby Football League on 6 April 1983 and entered the Second Division. The moniker "Invicta" unvanquis ...

Lancaster RFC

Lancaster RFC was a semi-professional rugby league club based in Lancaster, Lancashire, England. The club first became members of the Northern Rugby football Union Rugby football League in 1897, and joined the semi-professional classes in the sen ...

Mansfield Marksman

Mansfield Marksman was a rugby league team based at various times in Mansfield, Kirkby-in-Ashfield, Alfreton and ultimately Nottingham. The club changed its name to Nottingham City in 1989, and folded in 1994 a year after exiting the Rugby Footba ...

Newcastle RLFC

Newcastle was a semi-professional rugby league club based in Newcastle upon Tyne in North East England. The club played semi-professional Rugby League, a total of 2 seasons, 1936-37 and 1937-38 may join directly from non-League. They left the Lea ...

Normanton (rugby league)

Normanton was a semi-professional rugby league club based in Normanton, a small town within the City of Wakefield in West Yorkshire, England. The club joined the Northern Alliance in 1898-99 and played a total of five seasons until 1905-06. They ...

Pontefract (rugby league)

Pontefract was a semi-professional rugby league club based in Pontefract, a market town within the City of Wakefield in West Yorkshire, England. The club joined the Northern Union in 1903-04 and played a total of three full seasons prior to 1905- ...

Radcliffe RFC

Radcliffe was a semi-professional rugby league club based in Radcliffe, a town within the Metropolitan Borough of Bury, in Greater Manchester, England. The club joined the Northern Alliance in 1901-02 and played for one season in the Lancashire s ...

South Shields (rugby league)

South Shields was a semi-professional rugby league club. The club was based in South Shields in Tyne and Wear at the mouth of the River Tyne, England. The club played semi-professional Rugby League for two full seasons, 1902-03 and 1903-04, enter ...

Sowerby Bridge (rugby league)

Sowerby Bridge was a professional rugby league club. The club was founded in Sowerby bridge, a small market town with approx. population of 10.000, which is at the top of the Calder valley in the district of calderdale in West Yorkshire, in the N ...

Streatham and Mitcham R.L.F.C.

Streatham and Mitcham RLFC was a professional rugby league team based at Mitcham Stadium in London. They wore green and white hoops. Currently, among the fans of Rugby League, South London Storm play close to the former Mitcham stadium and a Juni ...

A.S. Atletico Calcio

Associazione Sportiva Atletico Calcio was an Italian football club based in Cagliari and Villasor, Sardinia. It was founded in 1963. The club folded in 2008.

Milano Vipers

Hockey Club Junior Milano Vipers was an Italian professional ice hockey team from Milan. Founded in 1998 as Hockey Club Junior Milano, was renamed Vipers in 2000. In June 2008 the organization was disbanded and replaced with Hockey Milano Rossobl ...

List of defunct New Zealand rugby union teams

These New Zealand Rugby union teams are now defunct: Nelson 1885-1967 - merged into Nelson Bays Rugby Union with Golden Bay-Motuekea Rugby Union. Bush (Буш) - merged into Wairarapa-Bush. Central Vikings 1997-1998. (Центральный Викинги 1997-1998) ...

West Benhar F.C.

West Benhar Football Club were a senior football club from the small mining settlement of West Benhar, a mile to the south west of Harthill, Scotland. There is now little left of this settlement. Their home ground was situated in nearby Harthill, ...

Athletic FC

Athletic FC was a Swedish football club located in Solna, founded in 2007 and defunct in 2012. They then became part of AFC United, the club that later became known as AFC Eskilstuna.

Nacka FF (1990)

Nacka Fotbollsforening was a Swedish football team from Nacka, Stockholm County that was founded in 1990. Nacka FF played in Division 1. They went bankrupt in 2001.

Chiayi-Tainan Luka

The Chiayi-Tainan Luka or abbreviated Chianan Luka was a professional baseball team in the Taiwan Major League that existed from 1997 to 2002. Its homes were Chiayi County Baseball Stadium and Tainan Baseball Field. Except for winning championshi ...

Taichung Agan

The Taichung Agan, literally the Taichung Robots was a Taiwanese professional baseball team belonging to the Taiwan Major League. It was based in Taichung and took the Taichung Baseball Field as its home throughout its history. After TMLs collaps ...

Trabzon Idmanocağı (womens football)

Trabzon Idmanocağı is the womens football side of Trabzon Idmanocağı Spor Kulubu based at Trabzon in Turkey. The team play in the Turkish Womens First Football League. They finished the 2011–12, 2014–15 and 2015–16 seasons at third place.

Bradford Dukes

Speedway has long been associated with Odsal Stadium, there have been three eras of racing activity at the venue spanning the years 1945-1960, 1970-1975 and most recently 1985-1997. There was also a short-lived existence at the old Greenfield Sta ...

Bradford Panthers

In 1960 the Bradford Tudors renamed themselves the Bradford Panthers. They had one disastrous season at Odsal before leaving for Greenfield Stadium at Dudley Hill. Speedway did not return to Odsal for a decade. The Panthers moved to the stadium " ...

Bristol Bulldogs

The Bristol Bulldogs were a British motorcycle speedway team based in the Knowle Stadium, Bristol, England. The club was established before the Second world war. Their first trophy was the title of the provincial League in 1937. The track acted s ...

California Poppies

The California Poppies raced in the California Country Park in an area known as California in England at the time, the track was situated on the north west side of Longmoor Lake 51°2254.3"N 0°5235.4"W in an area that formed part of Longmoor Bog a ...

Exeter Falcons

The Exeter Falcons are a speedway team formerly based in the city of Exeter. The Falcons operated from 1947 to 2005 at the County Ground Stadium in Exeter, which, like the team, first operated in 1929. Following a 10-year hiatus while searching f ...

Fleetwood Flyers

Fleetwood Flyers were a speedway team in Fleetwood, England that operated from 1948 until 1952. Home meetings were raced at Highbury Stadium, Park Avenue in Fleetwood.

Halifax Dukes

The Halifax Dukes were a Speedway team which operated from 1949–1951 and again from 1965 until their closure in 1985 at The Shay Stadium in Halifax. The team were nicknamed the Dukes after the local Duke Of Wellingtons regiment stationed in the t ...

Leicester Stadium (speedway team)

Speedway was first staged in Leicester in 1928 and the following year a team based at Leicester Stadium joined the English Dirt Track League. In 1930 the team joined the Southern League. Financial problems meant that the team failed to complete t ...

Leicester Super

Promotion company Speedways and Sports Ltd initially approached Leicestershire County Cricket Club in 1929 with a proposal to construct Leicesters second speedway track after Leicester Stadium around the edge of the pitch on Aylestone Road, but w ...

Linlithgow Lightning

They first raced in 1994 in the 1994 British League Division Three. In 1995 they raced in the 1995 Academy League. During his third season they won in 1996 Speedway conference League Cup and the Champions League. The following season they compete ...

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Pino - logical board game which is based on tactics and strategy. In general this is a remix of chess, checkers and corners. The game develops imagination, concentration, teaches how to solve tasks, plan their own actions and of course to think logically. It does not matter how much pieces you have, the main thing is how they are placement!

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