Sports clubs established in 2000

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  1. Minnesota Wild

    Minnesota Wild


    The Minnesota Wild is an American professional ice hockey team based in St. Paul, Minnesota, United States. They are members of the Central Division of the Western Conference of the National Hockey League (NHL). The Wild are the only one of the Minneapolis-St. Paul area's major professional sports league franchises to play in St. Paul; the other three play in Minneapolis.

  2. Columbus Blue Jackets

    Columbus Blue Jackets


    The Columbus Blue Jackets are a professional ice hockey team based in Columbus, Ohio, United States. They are members of the Metropolitan Division of the Eastern Conference of the National Hockey League (NHL).

  3. Las Rozas Black Demons

    Las Rozas Black Demons


    Las Rozas Black Demons is an American football team based in Las Rozas, Spain.

  4. Phonak (cycling team)

    Phonak (cycling team)


    Phonak (UCI Team Code: PHO) was a Swiss professional cycling team from 2000 until 2006. The team was one of 20 teams in the first UCI ProTour in 2005. It won one race - Santiago Botero's victory in the Tour de Romandie - and came second in the team ranking on the 2005 ProTour circuit.

  5. Portland Fire

    Portland Fire


    The Portland Fire was a professional basketball team in the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) in 2000 as the counterpart to the NBA team the Portland Trail Blazers. They played their games at the Rose Garden in Portland, Oregon. The team folded after the 2002 season, after just three seasons in the league. They were the only WNBA team that had never made the playoffs.

  6. Pensacola Barracudas (indoor football)

    Pensacola Barracudas (indoor football)


    The Pensacola Barracudas were an arena football team based in Pensacola, Florida. They were an inaugural member of the AF2, the Arena Football League's developmental league. They played for three seasons, from 2000 to 2002, when they folded. They made one playoff appearance in their first year. They played their home games at the Pensacola Civic Center.

  7. Porirua Pumas

    Porirua Pumas


    The Porirua Pumas were a team representing the Porirua region in New Zealand's Bartercard Cup Rugby league competition. The Pumas were one of two Wellington-based teams in the competition, the other being the Wainuiomata Lions. They were replaced in 2002 by the Wellington Orcas. The Porirua Pumas Club is now defunct, with the region now represented at national domestic level by the Wellington Rugby League representative team in the National Provincial Competition.

  8. Pistoia Basket 2000

    Pistoia Basket 2000


    Pistoia Basket 2000, also known for sponsorship reasons as Giorgio Tesi Group Pistoia is an Italian professional basketball team from the town of Pistoia.

  9. Pescarolo Sport

    Pescarolo Sport


    Pescarolo Sport was a motorsport team based in Le Mans, France and founded in February 2000 by French racing driver Henri Pescarolo and his friend and partner, French publisher François Granet. They race in the Le Mans Series and the 24 Hours of Le Mans. In October 2007, Henri Pescarolo purchased Jacques Nicolet's Saulnier Racing and created Pescarolo Automobiles, with the racing team becoming a division of the new company. The Pescarolo Automobiles went into receivership on 15 June 2010. Following a liquidation sale, the company was resold back to Henri Pescarolo and rebranded as Pescarolo Team for the 2011 season. However, the team's financial situation did not improve, and was wound up in February 2014.

  10. Quad City Steamwheelers

    Quad City Steamwheelers


    The Quad City Steamwheelers were a professional arena football team. They were a charter member of the AF2 and played their home games at iWireless Center in Moline, Illinois.

  11. Queens Kings

    Queens Kings


    The Queens Kings were the Toronto Blue Jays' Short-Season A classification team in the New York–Penn League in the 2000 season. The team was formerly the St. Catharines Stompers and was sold by the Blue Jays and relocated to Queens, New York and played at The Ballpark at St. Johns. The following season (2001), the team moved to Brooklyn, New York and became the Brooklyn Cyclones, an affiliate of the New York Mets. Of note, Alex Ríos, who earned a spot on the 2006 and 2007 American League All Star Roster, played his first season in professional baseball with the Queens Kings. Other former Queens Kings to reach the majors include Baltimore Orioles catcher Guillermo Quiróz and Arizona Diamondbacks closer Brandon Lyon. Queens Kings alumni with brief MLB stints include Rich Thompson and Joe Orloski.

  12. R.A.G.T. Semences

    R.A.G.T. Semences


    R.A.G.T. Semences was a French professional cycling team which existed from 2000 to 2005. It was created in 2000 as Jean Delatour, and started four times in the Tour de France(2001 to 2004), with two stage wins. The team was dissolved by the end of the 2005 season.

  13. Rochester Brigade

    Rochester Brigade


    The Rochester Brigade was a professional arena football team based in Rochester, New York. The team was a member of af2, the minor league of the Arena Football League, and played their home games at the Blue Cross Arena. The Brigade began play in 2001 and ceased operations following the 2003 season.

  14. Rugby Club I Cavalieri Prato

    Rugby Club I Cavalieri Prato


    Rugby Club I Cavalieri is a rugby union team from the city of Prato, Italy. They play in the National Championship of Excellence having finished 2nd in the 2012–13 edition, losing to Mogliano Rugby in the final.

  15. Seattle Storm

    Seattle Storm

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    The Seattle Storm is a professional basketball team based in Seattle, Washington, playing in the Western Conference in the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA). The team was founded before the 2000 season began. The team is owned by Force 10 Hoops LLC, which is composed of three Seattle businesswomen: Dawn Trudeau, Lisa Brummel, and Ginny Gilder.

  16. Owen Sound Attack

    Owen Sound Attack


    The Owen Sound Attack are a junior ice hockey in the Ontario Hockey League based in Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada. Based in Owen Sound since 1989, and operating under the current name since 2000, the Attack play their home games at the J.D. McArthur Arena inside the Harry Lumley Bayshore Community Centre.

  17. Orleans Racing

    Orleans Racing


    Orleans Racing (also known as South Point Racing), was a NASCAR team that competed in the Craftsman Truck Series and the NASCAR West Series. It was owned by businessman Michael Gaughan for most of its existence, although others have had a partial interest in the team. The team fielded the #62 and #77 Dodges for Michael's son, Brendan, fellow West Series driver Scott Lynch, and former NEXTEL Cup driver Steve Park. The team was notable for being the only NASCAR team based in the state of Nevada, on the grounds of Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

  18. Miami Sol

    Miami Sol


    The Miami Sol was a professional women's basketball team that joined the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) in 2000. They played their games at American Airlines Arena as the sister team to the Miami Heat of the National Basketball Association (NBA). The team folded after the 2002 season because of financial problems.

  19. Murray Kangaroos Football Club

    Murray Kangaroos Football Club


    Murray Kangaroos Football Club, officially nicknamed The Kangaroos, was an Australian rules football club which competed in the Victorian Football League between 2000 and 2002. The football club was a joint venture between the North Melbourne Football Club and the Ovens and Murray Football League and served as North Melbourne's reserve side.

  20. Marist Richmond Brothers

    Marist Richmond Brothers


    The Marist Richmond Brothers were a New Zealand rugby league franchise that played in the Bartercard Cup. They were a joint venture between two Auckland Rugby League clubs, the Richmond Bulldogs and the Marist Saints. In 2005 the competition was reorganised and the club, along with the Mt Albert Lions, formed the Auckland Lions. Despite this many former players and the coach instead became involved in the Waitakere Rangers franchise.

  21. Miami Fury

    Miami Fury


    The Miami Fury is a football team in the Women's Football Alliance. Based in Miami, Florida, the Fury plays its home games at North Miami Athletic Stadium.

  22. Monts d'Or Azergues Foot

    Monts d'Or Azergues Foot


    Monts d'Or Azergues Foot is a French association football club founded in 2000. They are based in the town of Chasselay, Rhône and their home stadium is the Stade Ludovic Giuly, named after France international Ludovic Giuly. As of the 2013–14 season, they play in the Championnat de France amateur Group B.

  23. Northern Eagles

    Northern Eagles


    The Northern Eagles were a rugby league team, that competed in the National Rugby League (NRL) between 2000 and 2002. The club was formed during the rationalisation process of the NRL by the merger of the North Sydney Bears and the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles in 2000. The team shared home games between Brookvale Oval and Central Coast Stadium, Gosford, New South Wales.

  24. New Haven Knights

    New Haven Knights


    The New Haven Knights were a professional ice hockey team and members of the United Hockey League from 2000 to 2002. They played in New Haven, Connecticut at the New Haven Coliseum, and were the last team to play at that venue, folding when the Coliseum closed in 2002.

  25. Norfolk Admirals

    Norfolk Admirals


    The Norfolk Admirals were a professional ice hockey team that played in the American Hockey League. They became affiliated with the Anaheim Ducks after being dropped from the Tampa Bay Lightning following their 2012 AHL champion season. The Admirals played in Norfolk, Virginia at the Norfolk Scope.

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