Contents 1 Top tier professional sports teams 2 College sports 2.1 The Great Heisman State 2.2 NCAA Division I members 3 International sports events 4 Local sports 5 Motorsports 6 Golf 7 Others 8 Skateboarding 9 Northern California – Southern California rivalry 10 Stadiums and arenas 11 See also 12 References 13 External links

Top tier professional sports teams[edit] See also: List of professional sports teams in California See also: History of baseball in the United States § The Major Leagues move west Map Major League Baseball Los Angeles Angels (1961) – based in Anaheim Los Angeles Dodgers (1958) Oakland Athletics (1968) San Diego Padres (1969) San Francisco Giants (1958) National Basketball Association Golden State Warriors (1962) – based in Oakland Los Angeles Clippers (1984) Los Angeles Lakers (1960) Sacramento Kings (1985) National Football League Los Angeles Chargers (1960) – plays in Carson, headquarters in Costa Mesa Los Angeles Rams (1946) – headquarters in Agoura Hills Oakland Raiders (1960) – will leave the state for Las Vegas, most likely in 2020 San Francisco 49ers (1946) – plays in Santa Clara; headquarters also in Santa Clara National Hockey League Anaheim Ducks (1993) Los Angeles Kings (1967) San Jose Sharks (1991) Major League Soccer LA Galaxy (1996) – based in Carson Los Angeles FC (2018) San Jose Earthquakes (1996) – based in San Jose Women's National Basketball Association Los Angeles Sparks (1997)

College sports[edit] Home to some of most prominent universities in the United States, California has long had many respected collegiate sports programs, in particular the University of Southern California, University of California, Berkeley, UCLA, Stanford University, all of which are members of the Pac-12 Conference. They are often nationally ranked in the various sports and dominate media coverage of college sports in the state. In addition, those Universities boast the highest academic standards (on average) of all major college (NCAA Division I) programs. All 4 schools are ranked, academically, in the top 30 nationally with Cal (specifically) ranked as the #1 public university in the country (usually about #15 overall) and Stanford is the highest academically ranked Division 1A university in the country (usually #5 overall). California is also home to the oldest college bowl game, the annual Rose Bowl (Pasadena), as well as the National Funding Holiday Bowl (San Diego) and Foster Farms Bowl (San Francisco). A second San Diego game, the San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl, was discontinued after the 2016 season. The Great Heisman State[edit] California has produced the most Heisman Trophy winners. Fourteen winners were both born and played high school football in the Golden State. Seven played collegiately at USC and one each at UCLA, Stanford, Army, Texas, Colorado, Notre Dame, and Miami. 1946 Glenn Davis from Bonita High School in La Verne 1964 John Huarte from Mater Dei High School in Santa Ana 1965 Mike Garrett from Roosevelt High School in Los Angeles 1967 Gary Beban from Sequoia High School in Redwood City 1968 O. J. Simpson from Galileo High School in San Francisco 1970 Jim Plunkett from William C. Overfelt High School, then James Lick High School, in East San Jose 1979 Charles White from San Fernando High School in San Fernando 1981 Marcus Allen from Abraham Lincoln High School in San Diego 1992 Gino Torretta from Pinole Valley High School in Pinole 1994 Rashaan Salaam from La Jolla Country Day School in La Jolla 1998 Ricky Williams from Patrick Henry High School in San Diego 2002 Carson Palmer from Santa Margarita Catholic High School in Rancho Santa Margarita 2004 Matt Leinart from Mater Dei High School in Santa Ana 2005 (vacated in 2010) Reggie Bush from Helix High School in La Mesa NCAA Division I members[edit] The following California universities are members of NCAA Division I, or have announced plans to upgrade from Division II to Division I (highlighted in green): Institution Nickname Location Conference Football Subdivision Cal Poly (San Luis Obispo) Mustangs San Luis Obispo Big West (Big Sky for football) FCS Cal State Bakersfield Roadrunners Bakersfield WAC — Cal State Fullerton Titans Fullerton Big West — Cal State Northridge Matadors Northridge Big West — California Golden Bears Berkeley Pac-12 FBS California Baptist Lancers Riverside WAC (2018) — Fresno State Bulldogs Fresno Mountain West FBS Long Beach State 49ers Long Beach Big West — Loyola Marymount Lions Los Angeles WCC — Pacific Tigers Stockton WCC — Pepperdine Waves Malibu WCC — Sacramento State Hornets Sacramento Big Sky FCS Saint Mary's Gaels Moraga WCC — San Diego Toreros San Diego WCC — San Diego State Aztecs San Diego Mountain West FBS San Francisco Dons San Francisco WCC — San Jose State Spartans San Jose Mountain West FBS Santa Clara Broncos Santa Clara WCC — Stanford Cardinal Stanford Pac-12 FBS UC Davis Aggies Davis Big West (Big Sky for football) FCS UC Irvine Anteaters Irvine Big West — UC Riverside Highlanders Riverside Big West — UC San Diego Tritons San Diego Big West (2020) — UC Santa Barbara Gauchos Santa Barbara Big West — UCLA Bruins Los Angeles Pac-12 FBS USC Trojans Los Angeles Pac-12 FBS

International sports events[edit] California has hosted the Olympic Games three times. Los Angeles, the largest city in the state, hosted both the 1932[1] and 1984 Summer Olympics.[2] Squaw Valley, California hosted the 1960 Winter Olympics.[3] Los Angeles and San Francisco were in the race for the United States Olympic Committee nomination to host the 2016 Summer Olympics, but eventually lost to Chicago. Los Angeles will host the Olympic Games for a third time in 2028. Besides the Olympics, California has also hosted several major international soccer events: Two of the venues for the 1994 FIFA World Cup were in the state—Stanford Stadium at Stanford University, with San Francisco serving as the official host city, and the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, with Los Angeles as the host city. The Rose Bowl hosted the final, won by Brazil in a penalty shootout with Italy. Both stadiums were also used for the 1999 FIFA Women's World Cup, along with Spartan Stadium (now CEFCU Stadium) in San Jose. The Rose Bowl again hosted the final, in which a crowd of over 90,000—the largest ever to witness a women's sporting event to this day—saw the USA defeat China in another penalty shootout, capped off by Brandi Chastain's famous shirt-stripping moment. The 2003 FIFA Women's World Cup used one California venue, The Home Depot Center (now StubHub Center) in Carson. It hosted the final of that competition, won by Germany over Sweden. The Rose Bowl and Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara hosted matches in the Copa América Centenario, which celebrated the 100th anniversary of South America's international competition and was hosted by the U.S. in 2016.

Local sports[edit] Most city municipals house a variety of sports activities. The available sports are typically listed on their city websites. Additionally, there are a variety of California Sports activities listed on FindSportsNow's California database.

Motorsports[edit] California has also long been a hub for motorsports and auto racing. The city of Long Beach holds an event every year in the month of April, which is host to IndyCar Series racing through the streets of downtown. Long Beach has hosted Formula One events there in the past, and also currently hosts an event on the United SportsCar Championship schedule. Auto Club Speedway is a speedway in Fontana and currently hosts one NASCAR Cup Series race along with the 2nd-tier Xfinity Series a year. Sonoma Raceway is a multi-purpose facility outside Sonoma, featuring a road course and a drag strip. Different versions of the road course are home to a NASCAR event and an IndyCar event. The drag strip hosts a yearly NHRA event. Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca is a road course near Monterey that currently hosts an ALMS event, a round of the Rolex Sports Car Series and the Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion. The Auto Club Raceway at Pomona has hosted NHRA drag racing for over 50 years. The NASCAR Cup Series holds two races in California, one each at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana and at Sonoma Raceway, formerly Sears Point Raceway. The IndyCar Series competes every April in the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach, through the streets of downtown Long Beach. IndyCar also holds an event at Sonoma in the summer. The NHRA Drag Racing Series holds three national events in California, as well; two at Auto Club Raceway at Pomona (formerly Pomona Raceway) and at the aforementioned Sonoma Raceway. Notable off-road courses include Lake Elsinore Motorsports Park, Glen Helen Raceway and Prairie City State Park. Also, the AMA Supercross Series holds several events in stadiums at Californian cities such as Anaheim, Oakland, and San Diego.

Golf[edit] California has several notable golf courses, like Cypress Point Club, Olympic Club, Pebble Beach Golf Links, Riviera Country Club – Pacific Palisades, California and Torrey Pines Golf Course. Notable tournaments include the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, Northern Trust Open, Farmers Insurance Open. Notable Californian golfers include Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Johnny Miller, Gene Littler, Amy Alcott, Paula Creamer and Juli Inkster.

Others[edit] The California State Games, a statewide Olympics-like sport event, take place in California every year. The United States Olympic Committee governs this event.[4] Many of California's high school teams are often nationally ranked.[citation needed]

Skateboarding[edit] Skateboarding is a sport heavily associated with California as it is the place where the sport started. Professional skateboarder Tony Hawk was born in Carlsbad, California in 1968 and was involved in many bowlriding and vert competitions there.

Northern California – Southern California rivalry[edit] Further information: California Clásico, 49ers–Rams rivalry, Dodgers–Giants rivalry, Kings–Sharks rivalry, Northern California, and Southern California Most of the teams from Northern California and Southern California are involved in intrastate rivalries. There are particularly strong rivalries between the Bay Area and Los Angeles teams.

Stadiums and arenas[edit] Stadium City Capacity Type Tenants Opened Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum[5][6] Los Angeles 93,607 Football USC Trojans, Los Angeles Rams 1923 Rose Bowl[7] Pasadena 92,542 Football UCLA Bruins; Rose Bowl Game 1922 SDCCU Stadium San Diego 71,294 Multi-purpose San Diego State Aztecs; Holiday Bowl 1967 Los Angeles Stadium at Hollywood Park Inglewood 70,240 Multi-purpose Los Angeles Chargers, Los Angeles Rams 2020 (planned) Candlestick Park (demolished 2015) San Francisco 70,207 Multi-purpose 1960 Levi's Stadium Santa Clara 68,500 Football San Francisco 49ers, San Jose Earthquakes 2014 Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum Oakland 63,026 Multi-purpose Oakland Raiders, Oakland Athletics 1966 California Memorial Stadium Berkeley 62,717 Football California Golden Bears 1923 Kezar Stadium (original) (demolished 1989) San Francisco 59,924 Football San Francisco Dons (1925–1951, 1959–1971), San Francisco 49ers (1946–1970), Oakland Raiders (1960) 1925 Dodger Stadium[8] Los Angeles 56,000 Baseball Los Angeles Dodgers 1962 Stanford Stadium Stanford 50,000 Football Stanford Cardinal 1921; 2006 Angel Stadium of Anaheim[9] Anaheim 45,050 Baseball Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 1966 Petco Park[10] San Diego 42,445 Baseball San Diego Padres 2004 AT&T Park San Francisco 41,503 Baseball San Francisco Giants; Foster Farms Bowl 2000 Bulldog Stadium Fresno 41,031 Football Fresno State Bulldogs 1980 CEFCU Stadium San Jose 30,456 Football San Jose State Spartans 1933 StubHub Center Carson 27,000 Soccer LA Galaxy, Los Angeles Chargers 2003 Banc of California Stadium Los Angeles 22,000 Soccer Los Angeles FC 2018 (planned) Hornet Stadium Sacramento 21,650 Football Sacramento State Hornets 1969 Hughes Stadium Sacramento 20,311 Multi-purpose 1928 Oracle Arena Oakland 19,596 Arena Golden State Warriors 1966 Staples Center Los Angeles 18,997 Arena Los Angeles Clippers, Los Angeles Lakers, Los Angeles Kings, Los Angeles Sparks 1999 SAP Center at San Jose San Jose 18,543 Arena San Jose Sharks San Jose Barracuda San Jose SaberCats 1993 Honda Center Anaheim 18,211 Arena Anaheim Ducks Los Angeles Kiss 1993 Chase Center San Francisco 18,064 Arena Golden State Warriors (in 2019) 2019 (planned) Avaya Stadium San Jose 18,000 Soccer San Jose Earthquakes 2015 The Forum Inglewood 17,505 Arena 1967 Golden 1 Center Sacramento 17,500 Arena Sacramento Kings 2016 Sleep Train Arena Sacramento 17,317 Arena Sacramento Kings (1988–2016) 1988 Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena (demolished in 2016) Los Angeles 16,161 Arena 1959 Indian Wells Tennis Garden Stadium 1 Indian Wells 16,100 Tennis Indian Wells Masters 2000 Save Mart Center Fresno 15,544 Arena Fresno State Bulldogs 2003 Valley View Casino Center San Diego 14,500 Arena San Diego Gulls San Diego Sockers 1966 Raley Field West Sacramento 14,011 Baseball Sacramento River Cats 2000 Pauley Pavilion Los Angeles 13,800 Arena UCLA Bruins 1965 Cow Palace Daly City 12,953 Arena 1941 Chukchansi Park Fresno 12,500 Baseball / soccer Fresno Grizzlies, Fresno FC (from 2018) 2002 Viejas Arena San Diego 12,414 Arena San Diego State Aztecs 1997 Haas Pavilion Berkeley 11,858 Arena California Golden Bears 1933 Long Beach Arena Long Beach 11,719 Arena 1962 Papa Murphy's Park Sacramento 11,442 Soccer / rugby Sacramento Republic FC Sacramento Express 2014 Stockton Arena Stockton 11,100 Arena Stockton Heat 2005 Citizens Business Bank Arena Ontario 10,832 Arena Ontario Reign, Ontario Fury 2008 Galen Center Los Angeles 10,258 Arena USC Trojans 2006 Kezar Stadium (current) San Francisco 10,000 Soccer Many teams, most recently San Francisco Deltas (2017) 1990 Titan Stadium Fullerton 10,000 Soccer Cal State Fullerton Titans, California United FC (from 2018) 1992 Rabobank Arena Bakersfield 9,333 Arena Bakersfield Condors 1998 Indian Wells Tennis Garden Stadium 2 Indian Wells 8,000 Tennis Indian Wells Masters 2014 Maples Pavilion Stanford 7,233 Arena Stanford Cardinal 1969; 2004 Stevens Stadium Santa Clara 7,000 Soccer Santa Clara Broncos 1962 Torero Stadium San Diego 6,000 Football / soccer San Diego Toreros, San Diego 1904 FC (from 2018) 1961 San Jose State Event Center San Jose 5,000 Arena San Jose State Spartans 1989

See also[edit] Sports in Los Angeles Sports in Sacramento, California Sports in San Diego Sports in the San Francisco Bay Area Professional sports in the Western United States Surfing in the United States

References[edit] ^ 1932 Summer Olympics, International Olympic Committee website. ^ 1984 Summer Olympics, International Olympic Committee website. ^ 1960 Winter Olympics, International Olympic Committee website. ^ Official site of the California State Games ^ – Press Release Distribution. "". Retrieved 2013-05-12.  ^ ^ "History". Rose Bowl Stadium. Rose Bowl Stadium. Retrieved 28 November 2014.  ^ "". Retrieved 2013-05-12.  ^ "". Retrieved 2013-05-12.  ^ "". 2008-09-28. Retrieved 2013-05-12. 

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