List of professional sports teams in California

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The following is a list of professional sports teams in California as of 2015.

Major professional sports teams[edit]

Major League Baseball[edit]

Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim[edit]

based in Anaheim, California (Main Article)

Los Angeles Dodgers[edit]

based in Los Angeles, California (Main Article)

Oakland Athletics[edit]

based in Oakland, California (Main Article)

San Diego Padres[edit]

based in San Diego, California (Main Article)

San Francisco Giants[edit]

based in San Francisco, California (Main Article)

1 World Championships won while playing in California

National Football League[edit]

Oakland Raiders[edit]

based in Oakland, California (Main Article)

San Diego Chargers[edit]

based in San Diego, California (Main Article)

San Francisco 49ers[edit]

based in Santa Clara, California (Main Article)

National Basketball Association[edit]

Golden State Warriors[edit]

based in Oakland, California (Main Article)

Los Angeles Clippers[edit]

based in Los Angeles, California (Main Article)

Los Angeles Lakers[edit]

based in Los Angeles, California (Main Article)

Sacramento Kings[edit]

based in Sacramento, California (Main Article)

National Hockey League[edit]

Anaheim Ducks[edit]

based in Anaheim, California (Main Article)
  • Expansion team in 1993
  • Previously known as the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim (1993-2006)
  • Currently play at Honda Center (1993-present)
  • No Previous Arenas (Honda Center was formerly known as Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim)
  • Stanley Cup Championships: 2007

Los Angeles Kings[edit]

based in Los Angeles, California (Main Article)

San Jose Sharks[edit]

based in San Jose, California (Main Article)

Major League Soccer[edit]

Los Angeles Galaxy[edit]

based in Carson, California (Main Article)

San Jose Earthquakes[edit]

based in Santa Clara, California (Main Article)

Other professional sports teams[edit]

Sports leaguesTeamsNote
Women's National Basketball AssociationLos Angeles SparksWon 2 WNBA championships (2001 and 2002)
American Ultimate Disc LeagueSan Jose Spiders
Los Angeles Aviators
Minor League BaseballBakersfield Blaze
Fresno Grizzlies
High Desert Mavericksplay in Adelanto
Inland Empire 66ersplay in San Bernardino
Lake Elsinore Storm
Lancaster JetHawks
Modesto Nuts
San Rafael Pacifics
Rancho Cucamonga Quakes
Sacramento River Cats
San Jose Giants
Stockton Ports
Visalia Rawhide
North American LeagueChico Outlaws
Long Beach Armada
Orange County Flyers
National Basketball Association Development LeagueBakersfield Jam
Los Angeles D-Fenders
Santa Cruz Warriors
American Basketball AssociationBeijing Aoshen Olympiansbased in Azusa
Big Valley Shockwavebased in Modesto
Long Beach Legendsformerly Los Angeles Legends
Maywood Buzzformerly Carson Buzz
Mexicali Sentinelsbased in El Centro
San Diego Wildcats
ECHLBakersfield Condors
Stockton Thunder
Ontario Reign
USL PROLA Galaxy II
Orange County Blues FC
Sacramento Republic FCWon USL Pro Championship in 2014
United Soccer Leagues Premier Development LeagueBurlingame Dragons FC
Fresno Fuego
Los Angeles Misioneros
OC Pateadores Blues
Southern California Seahorses
Ventura County Fusion

See also[edit]