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List of professional sports teams in Alabama

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Subject: Alabama, Lists of sports teams in the United States by state, Central Alabama, Crime in Alabama, Eastern Shore (Alabama)
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List of professional sports teams in Alabama

The following is a List of Semi-Professional Sports Teams in Alabama. Alabama has several minor league Semi-Professional teams including four minor league baseball teams, and one Arena Football League team. Alabama is the second-most populous U.S. state without a major professional sports league franchise (it is the most populous if one considers Virginia to be the home of the NFL's Washington Redskins and NHL's Washington Capitals, which have their practice facilities and operational headquarters in Northern Virginia).[1][2]

Current Semi-Professional teams

team City Sport League Venue
Alabama Blackhawks Birmingham Football APDFL football league Carver High School
Alabama Hammers Huntsville Indoor football Southern Indoor Football League Von Braun Center
Alabama Outlawz Birmingham Indoor football X-League Indoor Football Bill Harris Arena
Dixie Derby Girls Huntsville Roller derby Women's Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA) Von Braun Center
Birmingham Hammers Vestavia Hills Soccer National Premier Soccer League Sicard Hollow Athletic Complex
Birmingham Blitz Birmingham Basketball Continental Basketball League Altamont School Gym
Birmingham Barons Birmingham Baseball Southern League Regions Field
Birmingham Black Widows Birmingham Football Women's Indoor Football League Venue Unknown
Huntsville Rockets Semi-Pro Football Huntsville Football Gridiron Development Football League Milton Frank Stadium
Huntsville Havoc Huntsville Ice Hockey Southern Professional Hockey League Von Braun Center
Marvel City Tigers Bessemer Football Gridiron Development Football League Snitz Snider Stadium
Mobile BayBears Mobile Baseball Southern League Hank Aaron Stadium
Montgomery Biscuits Montgomery Baseball Southern League Montgomery Riverwalk Stadium
Rocket City United Madison Soccer National Premier Soccer League Madison City Schools Stadium
Tennessee Valley Tigers Huntsville Football Independent Women's Football League Milton Frank Stadium

Former Semi-Professional teams

Club City Sport League Years active Fate
Birmingham A's Birmingham Baseball Southern League 1967–1975 Defunct
Birmingham Black Barons Birmingham Baseball Negro Southern League, Negro National League, Negro American League 1920–1960 Defunct
Mobile A's Mobile Baseball Southern League
Mobile Black Bears Mobile Baseball Independent Negro league team
Mobile Soldiers Mobile Baseball Southern League
Mobile White Sox Mobile Baseball Southern League
Montgomery Grays Montgomery Baseball South Atlantic League
Montgomery Grey Sox Montgomery Baseball Negro Southern League 1932 Defunct
Montgomery Rebels Montgomery Baseball Southern League 1903–1980 (various years) Relocated to Birmingham
Montgomery Wings Montgomery Baseball Southeastern League 2002–2003 Defunct
Ozark Patriots Ozark Baseball Southeastern League 2002 Defunct
Selma Cloverleafs Selma Baseball Southeastern League 2002–2003
Birmingham Bulldogs Birmingham Basketball World Basketball Association 2004–2005 Defunct
Birmingham Magicians Birmingham Basketball American Basketball Association 2005–2006 Defunct
Birmingham Power Birmingham Basketball National Women's Basketball League 2001–2005 Defunct
Druid City Dragons Tuscaloosa Basketball World Basketball Association 2006 Defunct
Huntsville Flight Huntsville Basketball National Basketball Development League 2001–2005 Relocated to Albuquerque, New Mexico
Mobile Revelers Mobile Basketball National Basketball Development League 2001–2003 Defunct
Mobile Majesty Mobile Basketball National Women's Basketball League 2001 Defunct
Southern Alabama Bounce Mobile Basketball American Basketball Association 2006–2007 Defunct
Birmingham Barracudas Birmingham Canadian football Canadian Football League 1995 Defunct
Alabama Renegades Huntsville Football National Women's Football Association 2000–2008 Defunct, league folded
Alabama Hawks Huntsville Football Continental Football League 1968–1969 Defunct, league folded
Alabama Slammers Birmingham Football Women's American Football League 2001–2002 Defunct
Alabama Vulcans Birmingham Football American Football Association 1979 Defunct
Birmingham Americans Birmingham Football World Football League 1974 Defunct
Birmingham Fire Birmingham Football World League of American Football 1991–1992 Defunct, league folded
Birmingham Stallions Birmingham Football United States Football League 1983–1985 Defunct, league folded
Birmingham Steel Magnolias Birmingham Football Women's Football Association 2002–2003 Defunct, league folded
Birmingham Thunderbolts Birmingham Football XFL 2001 Defunct, league folded
Birmingham Vulcans Birmingham Football World Football League 1975 Defunct, league folded
Gadsden Raiders Gadsden Football Southern Professional Football League 1963–?
Huntsville Rockets Huntsville Football Southern Professional Football League 1963–1964
Muscle Shoals SmasHers Muscle Shoals Football National Women's Football Association 2004 Defunct
Tuscaloosa Warriors Tuscaloosa Football Southern Professional Football League 1963 Relocated to Columbus, Mississippi
Alabama Slammers Pelham Ice hockey World Hockey Association 2 2003–2004 Defunct
Birmingham Bulls (1) Birmingham Ice hockey World Hockey Association, Central Hockey League 1976–1981 Defunct
Birmingham Bulls (2) Birmingham Ice hockey East Coast Hockey League 1992–2001 Relocated to Atlantic City, New Jersey
Birmingham South Stars Birmingham Ice hockey Central Hockey League 1982–1983 Defunct
Huntsville Blast Huntsville Ice hockey East Coast Hockey League 1993–1994 Relocated to Tallahassee, Florida
Huntsville Channel Cats/Tornado Huntsville Ice hockey Southern Hockey League, Central Hockey League, South East Hockey League 1995–2001, 2003–2004 Defunct
Mobile Mysticks Mobile Ice hockey East Coast Hockey League 1995–2002 Relocated to Duluth, Georgia
Birmingham/Alabama Steeldogs Birmingham Indoor football af2 2000–2007 Defunct
Tennessee Valley/Alabama Vipers Huntsville Indoor football af2, Arena Football League 2000–2010 Relocated to Duluth, Georgia
Mobile Bay Tarpons Mobile Indoor football Southern Indoor Football League Mobile Seagulls Mobile Indoor football Indoor Professional Football League, National Indoor Football League 2000–2001 Defunct
Mobile Wizards Mobile Indoor football af2 2002 Defunct
Montgomery Maulers/Bears Montgomery Indoor football National Indoor Football League, American Indoor Football Association 2005–2007 Defunct
Birmingham Grasshoppers Birmingham Soccer United States Interregional Soccer League, USL Premier Development League 1992–1996 Defunct
Mobile Revelers Mobile Soccer United States Interregional Soccer League 1995–1997 Defunct
Pumas FC Birmingham Soccer National Premier Soccer League 2009–2010 Defunct
Mobile Vipers Mobile Football Extreme Southern 1988-1997 Defunct
Huntsville Stars Huntsville Baseball Southern League 1985-2014 relocated-Biloxi Shuckers

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