List of fictional sports teams


List of fictional sports teams

This is a list of fictional sports teams, athletic groups that have been identified by name in works of fiction but do not really exist as such.

Baseball teams

* Arkansas Reds - "The Dixie Association" by Donald Hays
* Asheville Wolves - "The Dixie Association" by Donald Hays
* Atlanta Hawks - "For Love of the Game" by Michael Shaara and For Love of the Game (film) [There is a real NBA team with that name.]
*The Bad News Bears
* The Ballclub - "Ballpark" by Michael Schiffer
* Bay City Bluebirds - "Bay City Blues"
* Binghamton White Sox - "The Seventh Game" by Roger Kahn
* The Bingo Long Traveling All-Stars & Motor Kings - "The Bingo Long Traveling All-Stars & Motor Kings" by William Brashler
* Blue Jays - "Today's Game" by Martin Quigley [Supposedly based on the Toronto Blue Jays.]
* Boston Black Beans - "Spitballs & Holy Water" by James F. Donohue
* Brooklyn Bandits - "" by Tom Seaver [Supposedly based on the Brooklyn Dodgers.]
* Brooklyn Bimbos - "Pride of the Bimbos" by John Sayles
* Brooklyn Dutchmen - "" by Leonard Everett Fisher
* Brooklyn Royal Dodgers - "Sam's Legacy" by Jay Neugeboren
* Buffalo Pioneers - "End of a Dynasty" by Andrew Maloney [Supposedly based on the New York Yankees.]
* California Pioneers - "Hardball (1994 TV series)"
* California Rush - "California Rush" by Sherwood Kiraly
* California Stars - "The Greatest American Hero"
* Center City Stars - "Luke" by Peter Winston
* Centerville Owls - "Season of the Owl" by Miles Wolff
* Chester Gap Homebrews - "If OJ, Michael Craft, and Patricia Ramsey Did It" by Craig Gilmore
* Chicago American Giants - "Spitballs & Holy Water" by James F. Donohue
* Chicago AToms - "The New AToms' Bombshell" by Robert Browne
* Chicago Eagles - "She's On First" by Barbara Gregorich
* Chicks - "The Kid Who Batted 1.000" by Bob Allison
* Cincinnati Brewmasters - "Rio Loja Ringmaster" by Lamar Herrin [Supposedly based on the Cincinnati Reds and Milwaukee Brewers.]
* Coast City Angels - "Green Lantern" [Supposedly based on the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.]
* Colored All-Stars - "Chappie & Me" by John Craig (author)
* Cougarettes - "Odditorium" by Hob Broun
* Crandall Giants - "Child's Play" by Sal Conte
* Creepy Hollow Vampires - "Stranger City Caper" by Ross H. Spencer
* Dallas Texans - "A Season to Remember" by Lynda Stowe Landers
* Denver Marshalls - "Can't Miss" by Michael Bowen
* Des Moines Majestyks - "The Kid Who Batted 1.000" by Troon McAllister
* Durham Bulls - "Bull Durham"
* Electabuzz - "Pokémon"
* Gas House Gorillas - "Looney Tunes"
* Gotham City Eagles - "Batman (TV series)"
* Gotham Goliaths - "Batman"
* Gotham Knights - "Batman"
* Graceville Oilers - "Long Gone" by Paul Hemphill
* Gray's Cleaners - "Stealing Home" by Phillip O'Connor
* Grizzly Gulch No Soxs - "Kirby's Last Circus" by Ross H. Spencer
* Hackensack Bulls - "Brewster's Millions (1985 film)"
* Hadley Saints - "Winter Always Comes" by Donald Honig
* Highbridge Hellbenders - "Brittle Innings" by Michael Bishop (author)
* Hoboken Zephyrs - "The Twilight Zone"
* Hollywood B's - "All G.O.D.'s Children" by John Craig (author)
* Hollywood Stars - "The Cheat" by Pat Jordan [There was an actual minor league team in the Pacific Coast League called the Hollywood Stars that played from 1926-1957 at Gilmore Field.]
* Holyoke Redwings - "The Spoiler" by Domenic Stansberry
* Jersey Boomers - "" by Tom Seaver [Supposedly based on the New York Yankees.]
* Kelly's Corner Shillelagh - "Kirby's Last Circus" by Ross H. Spencer
* Las Venturas Bandits - ""
* Liberty City Swingers - "Grand Theft Auto IV"
* Logicians - "" (All-Vulcan baseball team)
* London Kings - ""
* Los Angeles Mastadons - "The Seventh Game" by Roger Kahn
* Los Santos Saints - ""
* Manhattan Bears - "Soupbone" by Sidney Offit
* Manhattan Meteorites - "Balls" by Gorman Bechard
* Memphis Arrows - "She's On First" by Barbara Gregorich
* Memphis Kings - "The Dixie Association" by Donald Hays
* Metropolis Meteors - "Superman"
* Metropolis Monarchs - "Superman"
* Miami - "Baseball Wives"
* Miami Gators - "Back to the Future Part II"
* Milledgeville Peacocks - "The Dixie Association" by Donald Hays
* Mobile Gamers - "Major League Murder" by Michael Geller
* Mudville Nine - "Casey At Bat"
* Neptune Sharks - "Veronica Mars"
* Nashville Fugitives - "The Dixie Association" by Donald Hays
* New Becton Hot Dogs - "The Comeback Kids" by Bob Cairnes
* New Jersey Yankees - "Balls" by Gorman Bechard [Supposedly based on the New York Yankees.]
* New Jersey Pioneers - "Hardball (1994 TV series)"
* New Orleans Pelicans - "Knave of Eagles" by Robert Wade [There was a minor league team by the same name during various seasons from 1887 until 1959 and again in 1977.]
* New York Americans - "The Batting Machine" by Mel Knopf
* New York Americans - "Squeeze Play" by Paul Benjamin
* New York Dets - "All G.O.D.'s Children" by John Craig (author)
* New York Empires - "Clubhouse" [Supposedly based on the New York Yankees.]
* New York Gents - "Out at the Old Ball Game" by Bernie Bookbinder
* New York Goats - "The Horse That Played Center Field" [Supposedly based on the New York Mets; played the World Series against the Bronx Bombers, who were supposedly based on the Yankees.]
* New York Knights - "The Natural" [Supposedly based on the New York Giants baseball team, but according to author Bernard Malamud, they were based on the New York Yankees.]
* New York Lions - "The Last Great Season" by Donald Honig
* New York Loons - "Rhubarb" by H. Allen Smith
* New York Mammoths - "Bang the Drum Slowly" [Supposedly based on the New York Yankees, however their home games were filmed at the Mets' home of Shea Stadium and they played against various National League teams.]
* New York Metropolitans - "Superbaby" by Felix Mendelsohn, Jr [Supposedly based on the New York Mets.]
* New York Mohawks - "The Seventh Game" by Roger Kahn
* New York Nats - "Toot-Toot-Tootsie Good-Bye" by Ron Powers
* New York Patriots - "The 7th Game" by Don Korvett
* New York Warriors - "The Rundown" by James Magnuson
* Niners - "" (command crew of "Deep Space Nine")
* Oakland Golds - "The 7th Game" by Don Korvett
* Oaktown Wolves - "Southpaw" by Frank King
* Oxford Fury - "The Dixie Association" by Donald Hays
* Pennsylvania Liberty Bells - "She's On First" by Barbara Gregorich
* Phoenix Wings - "Can't Miss" by Michael Bowen
* Pike City Pioneers - ""
* Pittsfield Eagles - "The Seventh Game" by Roger Kahn
* Plaquemine Pirates - "The Dixie Association" by Donald Hays
* Portland Jacks - "The Batting Machine" by Mel Knopf
* Portland Mavericks - "A Baseball Classic" by Merrit Clifton
* Providence Jewels - "Strike Three You're Dead" by R.D. Rosen
* Providence Preachers - "" by Leonard Everett Fisher
* Redbirds - "The Sensation" by Norman Keifitz [Supposedly based on the St. Louis Cardinals.]
* Reidsville Luckies - "Season of the Owl" by Miles Wolff [The Reidsville Luckies were a real team in the Carolina League from 1948-1954.]
* Riverdale High School - "Betty Cooper Baseball Star" by Michael J. Pellowski
* San Fierro Packers - ""
* San Francisco Saints - "Monk"
* Santa Destroy Warriors - "No More Heroes"
* Savannah Devils - "Major League Murder" by Michael Geller
* Scappers - "Home Run Hero" and others by Dean Hughes
* Selma Americans - "The Dixie Association" by Donald Hays
* South Avenue Rovers - "Things Invisible To See" by Nancy Willard
* Spartans - "" by Leonard Everett Fisher
* Sticks - "Guys Like Us" by Tom Lorenz
* Stoned Lightning - "Achewood" by Chris Onstad
* Stranger City Strangers - "Stranger City Caper" by Ross H. Spencer
* Sweetwheat Sweethearts - "The Sweetheart Season" by Karen Joy Fowler
* Tampa Privateers - "The New AToms' Bombshell" by Robert Browne
* Tampico Stogies - "Long Gone"
* Tea Totalers - "Looney Tunes"
* The Benchwarmers
* Tokyo Samurais - "Total Recall"
* Toronto Maple Leafs - "Total Recall" [There is a real NHL team with this name.]
* Trentville Trents - "Chappie & Me" by John Craig (author)
* Texas Black Lone Stars - "Spitballs & Holy Water" by James F. Donohue
* Texas Rustlers - "The Sensation" by Norman Keifitz
* Valley Falls High School - "Chip Hilton" series by Clair Bee
* Walla Walla Wombats - "3000 Miles to Graceland"
* Warriors - "Today's Game" by Martin Quigley
* Washington Dudes - "Breaking Balls" by Marty Bell
* Waterbury Yankees - "The Seventh Game" by Roger Kahn
* Wichita Wraiths - "Babe Ruth Caught In A Snowstorm" by John Graham

"The Simpsons"

*Burlington Drifters
*Capital City Capitals
*Springfield Isotopes
**Bart Simpson's Little League team are the Springfield Isotots.
**The Albuquerque Isotopes, a real minor-league team, were named after this team.
*Shelbyville Shelbyvillians
*Salem Boulevardiers

Philip Roth's "The Great American Novel"

*Tri-City Tycoons
*Aceldama Butchers
*Independence Blues
*Terra Incognita Rustlers
*Tri-City Greenbacks
*Asylum Keepers
*Kakoola Reapers
*Ruppert Mundys

"Universal Baseball Association"

*Pioneers
*Haymakers
*Excelsiors
*Beaneaters
*Pastime Club
*Knickerbockers
*Bridegrooms
*Keystones
*The Zodiacs

Blernsball teams

Blernsball is the version of baseball in the year 3000 in the show "Futurama"
*The Boston Poindexters
*The Mars Greenskins
*The New New York Mets
*The New New York Yankees
*The Pituitary Giants
*The Swedish Meatballs

BASEketball teams

BASEketball is a mix of baseball and basketball played in the 1998 movie of the same name.
* Milwaukee Beers
* Miami Dealers
* New Jersey Informants
* Roswell Aliens
* L.A. Riots
* San Francisco Ferries
* Dallas Felons
* San Antonio Defenders
* Detroit Lemons

Basketball teams

* Basin City Blues - "Sin City (film)"
* Cascade Jaguars - "The Sentinel (TV series)"
* Charlotte Banshees - women's team in "Juwanna Mann"
* Deon Demons - team owned by Larry Deon in "seaQuest 2032"
* Flint (MI) Tropics - "American Basketball Association" team, "Semi-Pro'
* East Compton -"Bring it on"
* Gilmore Cobras - " One Tree Hill"
* Gotham Gators - "The Batman"
* Gotham Guardsmen - "Batman"
* Hickory (IN) High School Huskers - "Hoosiers"
* Los Angeles Diablos - "Bedazzled (2000 film)"
* Metropolis Generals - "Superman
* Monstars - "Space Jam"
* New England Knights - "The Hoops Life"
* New Jersey Turnpikes - American Basketball Association team, "New Jersey Turnpikes (1999 Film)
* Pittsburgh Pythons/Pisces - "The Fish that Saved Pittsburgh"
* Roswell Rayguns - American Basketball Association team, Nike TV Commercial
* Tree Hill Ravens - " One Tree Hill"
* ToonSquad - "Space Jam"
* Western University Dolphins - "Blue Chips"

Aeroball teams

Aeroball is a futuristic version of basketball played with jetpacks, in the "2000 AD" strip "Harlem Heroes"

*The Baltimore Bulls
*The Berlin Blitzkreigs
*The Bushido Blades
*The Flying Scotsmen
*Gorgon's Gargoyles
*The Harlem Heroes
*The Montezuma Mashers
*The Siberian Wolves
*The Teutonic Titans

Croquet Teams

All from the "Thursday Next" novels, in which croquet has been reinvented as a fast-paced contact sport.
*Gloucester Meteors
*Reading Whackers
*Swindon Mallets

Dodgeball Teams

"All featured in the film "
*Average Joe's (the protagonist's team)
*Globo Gym Purple Cobras
*Skillz That Killz
*Lumberjacks
*Team Blitzkrieg
*Kamikazes
*Las Vegas Police Department
*Poughkeepsie State Flying Cougars
*The Gay Gang
*MILFS
*Moose Knucklers
*Clown Punchers
*Mulchers
*She-Mullets
*Wedgies
*Yetis
*Pouncers
*Flying Cougars

Ice hockey teams

* Charlestown Chiefs - "Slap Shot (film)" [A real minor-league hockey team in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, where much of the movie was shot, is named the Johnstown Chiefs in honor of the fictional Chiefs and the city's involvement in the movie.]
* East Gackle Cheapskates - "What's with Andy?"
* Gotham Blades - "Batman"
* Hamilton Mustangs - "Youngblood (1986 film)"
** Thunder Bay Bombers
* Hamilton Steelheads - "Power Play"
* Keystone City Combines - "Flash (comics)"
* The Kwik-E-Mart Gougers - "Lisa on Ice" episode of "The Simpsons"
* Long Island Ducks - "Slap Shot (film)" [There is a real minor-league baseball team with this name.]
* Metropolis Mammoths - NHL team, "Superman"
* The Mighty Pigs - "Lisa on Ice" episode of "The Simpsons"
* Moosehoof Stick Handlers - "What's with Andy?"
* Mustangs - "MVP (TV series)"
* Mystery Eskimos - "Mystery, Alaska"
* Le National de Quebec - "Lance et compte"
* Springfield Ice-o-topes - "The Simpsons"
* Syracuse Bulldogs - "Slap Shot (film)"
* The Mighty Ducks [A fictional team that led to the creation of a real team, the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim (now the Anaheim Ducks).]
* Trois-Rivieres Dragons - "Lance et compte"

Teams in "Bon Cop, Bad Cop"

(all in the CHL, a fictional equivalent to the NHL)
* Montreal Patriotes
* Toronto Loyalists
* Quebec Fleur-de-Lys [Former CHL team, sold to Colorado before the events of the movie—an obvious parallel to the real-life Quebec Nordiques, which were sold in 1995 to a group from Denver who moved the team and renamed it the Colorado Avalanche]

American football teams

* Adams College Atoms - "Revenge of the Nerds" movies
* Ampipe Bulldogs - "All the Right Moves"
* Arlen High School Armadillos - "King of the Hill"
* Bakersfield Tigers - "The Best of Times (film)"
* - from the video game of the same name
* Boston Colonials - "" (team appears in episode "Fear of Victory")
* Boston Rebels - "The Game Plan (film)"
* California Atoms - "Gus"
* California Bulls - "1st & Ten (TV series)"
* Chicago Huskies - "1st & Ten (TV series)"
* Chicago Rockets - "The Sum of All Fears (film)"
* Clemson Stars - "The Waterboy"
* Cougars - "Playmakers"
* Dayton Cougars - "1st & Ten (TV series)"
* Eastern State University Timberwolves - "The Program"
* Endsville Fluffycats - "The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy"
* Florida Gators - "The Sum of All Fears (film)"
* Franklin State University Warriors - "Unbreakable"
* Gotham Knights (formerly the Gotham Giants) - "Batman"
* Gotham Wildcats (formerly Goliaths) - "The Daily Planet Guide to Gotham City"
* Heartland State University Comebacks - "The Comebacks"
* Houston Stallions - "1st & Ten (TV series)"
* London Jets - "Red Dwarf" (Zero-G Football)
* London Royals - "" (team appears in episode "Resurrection")
* London Silly Nannies - "Family Guy"
* Los Angeles Cougars - "The Incredible Hulk (TV series)" (team appears in episode "Killer Instinct")
* Los Angeles Mighty Bucks - "Coach (TV series)" [Orlando Breaker franchise owner Doris Sherman's ("Katherine Helmond") proposal to increase revenue for her club meant a name change and move to become the Los Angeles Mighty Bucks (episode "Save the Wave").]
* Los Angeles Outlaws - "Against All Odds"
* Los Angeles Quakes - "" (team appears in episode "Resurrection")
* Los Angeles Stallions - "The Last Boy Scout"
** Cleveland Cats
* Louisville Mystics - "The Waterboy"
* Marlin Briscoe High School Hawks - Nike TV Commercial
* Mean Machine - "The Longest Yard" and "The Longest Yard (2005 film)"
* Metropolis Meteors - "Superman"
* Metropolis Metros - "Superman"
* Metropolis Sharks - "Smallville (TV series)"
* Metropolis University Bulldogs - "Smallville (TV Series)"
* Miami Bucks - "Semi-Tough"
* Minnesota State Screaming Eagles - sitcom "Coach" [There is a real Minnesota State University, with campuses bearing that name in Mankato and Moorhead, but neither adopted the "Minnesota State" name until after the series ended. Sports teams at the real Minnesota State campuses are respectively "Mavericks" and "Dragons".]
* New Jersey Blazers - "Magnum P.I." (team appears in episode "One More Summer")
* New York Smashers - "Kickers, Inc."
* North Dallas Bulls - "North Dallas Forty"
* Orlando Breakers - sitcom "Coach"
* Park City Pirates - "Lucas (film)"
* Phoenix Warriors - "1st & Ten (TV series)"
* Pittsburgh Ironmen - "Queer as Folk (US TV series)"
* Polk High School Panthers - "Married… with Children"
* Quimby Falls Buzzards - "Fumbleheads"
* Raccoon Sharks - mentioned briefly at the beginning of "Resident Evil Outbreak"
* Ridgemont Wolves - "Fast Times at Ridgemont High"
* Roadrunners - "The 6th Day"
* Rump City Bootyheads - "The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy"
* Rydell High School Rangers - "Grease"
* San Diego Sabres - "The Game (US TV series)"
* San Fierro 69ers - ""
* Shelbyville Sharks - "The Simpsons"
* Smallville Crows - "Smallville (TV Series)"
* South Central Louisiana State University Mud Dogs - "The Waterboy"
* South Park Cows - "South Park"
* Springfield Wildcats - "The Simpsons"
* Springfield Atoms - "The Simpsons"
* Springfield University Nittany Tide - "The Simpsons"
* Springfield A&M Snortin' Swine - "The Simpsons"
* Taft Rockets - "The Best of Times (film)"
* Texas Angels - "The A-Team" (team appears in episode "Quarterback Sneak")
* Texas State Armadillos - "Necessary Roughness" [There is a real Texas State University, but it did not assume the name until more than a decade after the movie came out; its sports teams are known as "Bobcats".]
* Toronto Mustangs - "1st & Ten (TV series)"
* University of Los Angeles Peacocks - "The Fresh Prince of Bel Air"
* University of Louisiana Cougars - "The Waterboy" [There are two real campuses bearing the University of Louisiana name, in Lafayette and Monroe. When the movie was released in 1998, the schools were respectively known as the University of Southwestern Louisiana and Northeastern Louisiana University; they took the University of Louisiana name the following year. Both campuses are generally referred to by U.S. sports media with their city identifiers, and their teams are respectively "Ragin' Cajuns" and "Warhawks" (the latter was known as the "Indians" until June 2006).]
* Urbania Little Giants - "Little Giants"
* Vice City Mambas - ""
* Washington Sentinels - "The Replacements"
* West Canaan High School Coyotes - "Varsity Blues (film)"
* Zucchini Warriors - "Zucchini Warriors" by "Gordon Korman"

Any Given Sunday

* Miami Sharks
* Dallas Knights
* California Crusaders
* Chicago Rhinos
* New York Emperors
* Minnesota Americans
* Colorado Blizzard
* Kansas Twisters
* Houston Cattlemen
* Wisconsin Icemen
* Seattle Prospects
* Los Angeles Breakers
* Texas Rattlers
* Oregon Pioneers
* Washington Lumbermen
* Orlando Crushers

Football (soccer) teams

*Barnstoneworth United - "Ripping Yarns"
*Big Green - "The Big Green"
*Bio Zombie F.C. - "Bio Zombie"
*Brasil - "Días de Fútbol"
*Brentwich United - "United!"
*Buggleskelly Thursday - " Oh Mr Porter ( Movie)
*Dedfield School - "Thunderbolt and Smokey!"
*Denton Athletic - "A Touch of Frost (TV series)"
*Denton F.C. - "A Touch of Frost (TV series)"
*Earls Park F.C. - "Footballers' Wives"
*F.C. De Kampioenen - "FC De Kampioenen"
*Fulchester United - "Viz (comic)"
*Glipton Grasshoppers/Glipton Giants - "Jossy's Giants"
*Harchester United F.C. - "Dream Team (TV series)"
*Heroes F.C. - "Voetbalvrouwen"
*Hounslow Harriers - "Bend It Like Beckham"
*Klapzuba's Eleven - "Klapzuba's Eleven" by Eduard Bass
*Liberty City Beavers - "Grand Theft Auto (series)"
*Liberty City Cocks - "Grand Theft Auto (series)"
*Melchester Rovers - "Roy of the Rovers"
*Neasden United F.C. - "Private Eye"
*Naboombu Dirty Yellows and True Blues - "Bedknobs and Broomsticks"
*Red Park City - "The Premier"
*Renford Rejects - "Renford Rejects"
*Swift Boys - "All stars - De serie"
*Team Evil - "Shaolin Soccer"
*Team Shaolin - "Shaolin Soccer"
*The Hurricanes - cartoon "Hurricanes (TV series)"
*Tolcaster F.C. - "Scorer" in "Daily Mirror"
*Warbury Warriors - Striker

Quidditch

* See List of Quidditch teams

Cheerleading squads

* Arbourville High Hawkettes - "The Blob"
* Bayshore High Barracudas - "That's So Raven"
* Bosters - "Sweet Valley High"
* Buchanan High Bollweevils - "Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide"
* Bulldogs - "Buffy the Vampire Slayer"
* Costa Verde High School Conquistadors - "Heroes (TV series)"
* Dearling High Tornadoettes - "Down Time"
* Eastland Heights High Highlanderettes ("The New Guy")
* Grove Lionettes - "The Princess Diaries"
* Hemery High - "Buffy the Vampire Slayer"
* James K Polk Wolves - "Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide"
* Jefferson High Tigers - "8 Simple Rules"
* John Hughes High Waspettes - "Not Another Teen Movie"
* Lelani High - "Relic Hunter"
* Liberty High Owls - "8 Simple Rules"
* Lincoln High Emancipators - "Sugar & Spice"
* Loganettes - "Zoey 101"
* Middleton High Maddogs - "Kim Possible"
* North Hollywood High Frogettes - "A Cinderella Story"
* Pacific Coast Academy Stingrays - "Zoey 101"
* Polk Dots - "Married… with Children"
* Riverdale High - "Archie Comics"
* Rock Creak High Drillerettes - "The New Guy"
* Seaview Middle School Pirates - "Hannah Montana"
* Smallville High School Crows - "Smallville (TV series)"
* Spartanettes - "American Beauty"
* Summerton High School Rams - "Minutemen"
* Sunnydale Razorbacks - "Buffy the Vampire Slayer"
* Sweet Valley High Gladiatorettes - "Sweet Valley High"
* Texas Longhorns - "Man of the House"
* Tree Hill High Ravenettes - "One Tree Hill"
* Union Wells High Wildcats - "Heroes (TV series)"
* Vipers - "Death Proof"

Bring It On


=Bring It On=

* Broncos
* Bullets
* Champion
* Coyotes
* East Compton Clovers
* Giants
* MCH
* New Pope Cavaliers
* Patriots
* Rancho Carne Toros

Bring It On Again

* Cal State Stingers
* Renegades


* Beach
* Cerritos
* Coast
* Cranshaw Hights Warriors
* Falcons
* Pacific Vista Pirates
* Twisters


* Catz
* Cougars
* East Coast Jets (27)
* East-West Shets
* Flamingos
* Prairie Dogs
* Sebring
* SunCoast
* UCF All Stars
* West Coast Sharks (27)

Rugby Teams

*Bagford Vipers B - "The Art of Coarse Rugby"
*Old Rottinghamians extra B - "The Art of Coarse Rugby"

Notes

(27) Based on Gangs from West Side Story.

ee also

*List of fictional sports


Wikimedia Foundation. 2010.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • List of fictional games — This is a list of fictional games, that is games which were specifically created for works of fiction, or which otherwise originated in fiction. Many fictional games have been translated to the real world by fans or ludophiles by creating pieces… …   Wikipedia

  • List of fictional schools — While real schools and universities are often prominently featured in works of fiction, this is a list of schools and universities which are entirely fictional, even though some of them are modeled after real world institutions. Relying on a… …   Wikipedia

  • List of fictional books — A fictional book is a non existent book created specifically for (i.e. within) a work of fiction. This is not a list of works of fiction (i.e., actual novels, mysteries, etc), but rather imaginary books that do not actually exist.UsesSuch a book… …   Wikipedia

  • List of ethnic sports team and mascot names — The following is a list of sports team names and mascots derived from ethnic groups of peoples , including generically used terms, those named after specific peoples, and words or iconography derived from different languages or traditions.There… …   Wikipedia

  • List of pairs — These are lists of pairs by type.Occupation* List of sports pairs * List of scientist pairsFamily* List of twins * List of sibling pairsFiction* List of fictional detective teams (or detective/sidekick teams) * List of mythological pairsOther*… …   Wikipedia

  • Sports game — A sports game is a computer or video game that simulates the playing of traditional sports.Most sports have been recreated with a game, including baseball, association football, American football, boxing, wrestling, cricket, golf, basketball, ice …   Wikipedia

  • List of Singapore-related topics — This is a list of topics related to Singapore. For a similar list in alphabetical order, see list of Singapore related topics by alphabetical order. Those interested in the subject can monitor changes to the pages by clicking on Related changes… …   Wikipedia

  • List of The 39 Clues characters — This is the list of fictional and non fictional characters who appeared in The 39 Clues franchise. They may appear in The 39 Clues books and audiobooks, cards, or the series official website. Contents 1 Fictional Cahills 1.1 The Seven Teams 1.2 …   Wikipedia

  • List of sports team names and mascots derived from indigenous peoples — The following is a list of sports team names and mascots derived from indigenous peoples, including generically used terms, those named after specific peoples, and words or iconography derived from indigenous languages or traditions. Also see,… …   Wikipedia

  • Fictional crossover — A fictional crossover (short: crossover) is the placement of two or more otherwise discrete fictional characters, settings, or universes into the context of a single story. They can arise from legal agreements between the relevant copyright… …   Wikipedia


Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”

We are using cookies for the best presentation of our site. Continuing to use this site, you agree with this.