VCP Chinandega is a Nicaraguan football team playing at the top level. They are located in Chinandega . They named after Vicente de la Cruz Padilla A famous baseball player who is from Chinandega and is the current owner of the club.
The Büyükşehir Belediyesi Ankara Spor Kulübü is a professional men’s ice hockey team founded in 1978 in Ankara, Turkey that participates in the Turkish Hockey SuperLig. The team plays out of the Ankara Ice Palace. The men’s club has won a record seven league championships, winning its first in the league’s inaugural season, 1992–93.
Woolston W.M.C. was an association football club based in Woolston, Christchurch, New Zealand. It was formed in 1951 as Waterside, before the name was changed to Woolston Working Men's Club in 1969. The team played in the New Zealand National Soccer League in 1978 and 1981, being relegated back into the regional leagues at the end of both seasons. In 2007 the club merged with Christchurch Technical to form Woolston Technical.
Brett Sports F.C was a football club based in Canterbury, Kent. They joined the Kent League in 1967–68 and won the title in 1969. However, they left the Kent League in 1973 and subsequently played in increasingly minor competitions before apparently folding.
Letchworth F.C. was a football club based at Baldock Road, Letchworth in Hertfordshire, England, that resigned from the Spartan South Midlands League and folded in 2002. Originally known as Letchworth Athletic and Letchworth Town they changed their name to Letchworth Garden City in 1976, before becoming just Letchworth in 1995.
The Murrayfield Racers were an ice hockey team in Edinburgh, Scotland, founded in 1952 changing their name to the Racers in 1966. The team won the British Championship 4 times in 1969, 1970, 1971 and 1972. The club was also the 86/87 and 87/88 British Hockey League Champions and played in the Premier Division of this league from 1982 to 1995. Additionally, the club won the Northern League on 7 occasions - in 1970, 1971, 1972, 1975, 1979, 1980 and 1980 and the Benson & Hedges Cup in 1993. In the mid-90s the club became the Edinburgh Racers. Today, Edinburgh's ice hockey team is the Edinburgh Capitals.
Merchistonian Football Club was a rugby football team based in Edinburgh, Scotland. It was for former pupils of Merchiston Castle School. However, as Allan Massie notes, because it was a boarding school, unlike some of the other private schools in Edinburgh, a lot of the former pupils would disperse and go out of the city. Those that remained in the city would often play for Edinburgh Wanderers. It was of particular significance, since the club was involved in the very first rugby international, and supplied three players.
Manly United Football Club is an Australian football club based in Manly, Sydney,; it plays in the New South Wales Premier League. Their home ground is Cromer Park, in the Northern Beaches suburb of Dee Why, approximately 10 minutes away from Manly. Its main grandstand is named after current Socceroo and ex Blackburn & West Ham United captain Lucas Neill, who played for the club as a junior, before moving overseas.
SÍF Sandavágur is a Faroese Football club based in Sandavágur on the island of Vágar.
The Memphis Storm was an American soccer team based in Memphis, Tennessee which existed from 1986 to 1994 under several names in both the American Indoor Soccer Association and the USISL.
The Canberra Cavalry is a professional baseball team in the Australian Baseball League. The team is ABL Champion for 2012-13, holding the Claxton Shield, having won the Championship Series in Canberra over 8/9 February 2013. The team is based in the city of Canberra, Australia at the home ground, Narrabundah Ballpark. Originally to be called the Colts, the team faced legal issues with the ACT Brumbies that uses the same name for a local Rugby Union team. On 8 September 2010 former Philadelphia Phillies pitcher and Lakewood BlueClaws pitching coach, Steve Schrenk was announced head coach. For 2012-13, former Cavalry player, Michael Collins was the coach.
Camelon Juniors F.C. are a Scottish Junior football club based in Camelon, in Falkirk district. The club, founded in 1920, currently play in the Scottish Junior Football Association's East Region Super League after winning the Lothians League Division 1 in 2005–06. Camelon parted company with their previous manager Jim Harkins on April 2, 2007. He was replaced by Allan McGonigal, who left to manage Berwick Rangers in May 2008. The club appointed Greig Denham in his place, with Stephen Kerrigan as his assistant. In July 2009 Stephen Kerrigan become Manager as Greig Denham who has accepted a coaching position with Stenhousemuir F.C. his first signing was Sean Kilgannon. On 16 December 2010 the former Linlithgow Rose stalwart Danny Smith has been appointed as the new manager. He will be assisted in the role by former Camelon player Alan Moffat.
Lochee Harp Football Club are a Scottish Junior football club based in the Lochee area of the city of Dundee. Formed in 1904 and nicknamed "the Harp", they play their home games at Beechwood Park, which has room for around 1,800 spectators. Their strip colours are green and white. Lochee Harp were formed among the Irish community in Lochee, and derive their history as an Irish Catholic football club. They were formed in much the same way as Celtic, by local priests and church members to alleviate the boredom of the workers and provide some recreation. Dundee United have much the same origins, having been formed as Dundee Hibernian, and there was another Irish based club in the Lochee area as well, Lochee Emmet, named after the Irish patriot Robert Emmet. They were members of the Tayside Junior League, but are presently competing in the East region of Scottish junior football which they, along will all Tayside junior clubs became a part in 2002. Lochee Harp were formerly a hugely successful junior team, winning the Dundee Junior League in their first season of existence, but have found such success more hard to come by in recent years. Indeed, they are not even the top club in the Lochee area at present, playing two divisions below rivals and neighbours Lochee United.
SV Bubali is an Aruban football club, which currently plays in Aruba's Aruban Division di Honor They are based in Noord.
De Treffers is an amateur football club from Groesbeek, The Netherlands. The club is currently ranked in the Topklasse, the highest amateur league in the Netherlands and the third tier of Dutch football.
Stourbridge RFC are a Rugby Union side based in Stourbridge, West Midlands and are members of National League 2 North, the fourth tier of English rugby having been relegated from National League 1. They play their home games at Stourton Park, which was redeveloped in 2003 to provide a larger clubhouse and social area which can also be used for weddings and other functions. The ground is in the hamlet of Stourton set amongst the Staffordshire countryside on the very outskirts of the town of Stourbridge.
Hengrove Athletic F.C. are a football club which is based in the Bristol suburb of Hengrove. They play in the Western League Premier Division. The club is affiliated to the Somerset County FA.