The Miami Sharks were an inaugural franchise of the third incarnation of the American Soccer League in 1988. The team were renamed the Miami Freedom and joined the American Professional Soccer League in 1990 when the ASL merged with the Western Soccer League. The club played in the Orange Bowl in Miami, Florida. Team president and General Manager Julio Moreira, a native of Ecuador, resided in Miami since 1954.
Rochester Rhinos is an American professional soccer team based in Rochester, New York, United States. Founded in 1996, the team plays in the USL Division of the USSF D2 Pro League, the second tier of the American Soccer Pyramid. The USSFD2 is a temporary professional soccer league created by the United States Soccer Federation (USSF) in 2010 to last just one season, as a temporary compromise between the feuding United Soccer Leagues (USL) and the North American Soccer League (NASL).
Atlanta Silverbacks is an American professional soccer team based in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. Founded in 1995, the team played in the USL First Division, the second tier of the American Soccer Pyramid, until 2008.
The Tampa Bay Rowdies was a professional soccer team from Tampa, Florida, USA. The team played in the North American Soccer League until the league's dissolution and went on to play in several other leagues before folding in 1993. The Rowdies played their outdoor home games at Tampa Stadium and their indoor games at the Bayfront Center Arena in nearby St. Petersburg, Florida.
The Colorado Foxes were a professional soccer team, based in Commerce City, Colorado, that played in the APSL between 1990 and 1997. The Foxes won two APSL titles, in 1992 and 1993. When Major League Soccer started and the Colorado Rapids became the region's premier team, the Foxes tried to stay afloat for two years, before relocating, becoming the San Diego Flash.
The New York Centaurs were an A-League professional soccer club, based in New York City. They competed in 1995 and finished dead last. The Centaurs played in Downing Stadium on Randalls Island. In 1996, they absorbed the New York Fever of the USISL Pro League, after which they operated under the Fever's name. Centaurs and Fever alumni include Khalil Azmi, Dan Calichman, Carlton Fairweather, Carlos Llamosa, Bo Oshoniyi, and Ricardo Guero Rodriguez.
The Orlando Lions was an American soccer team from Orlando, Florida which existed from 1985 to 1996. Over the years, the Lions competed at both the amateur and professional levels including some seasons as an independent team.
The Maryland Bays were an inaugural franchise of the third incarnation of the American Soccer League in 1988. They were based in Catonsville, Maryland, and played their games at the University of Maryland-Baltimore County. The team joined the American Professional Soccer League in 1990 when the ASL merged with the Western Soccer League. Before the 1990 season, the club absorbed the Washington Stars, and moved to play in Columbia, Maryland.
The Albany Capitals joined the third incarnation of the American Soccer League in 1989. The team joined the American Professional Soccer League in 1990 when the ASL merged with the Western Soccer League. The club played in Albany, New York.
The Los Angeles Salsa was an American Professional Soccer League franchise. The club played on the campus of California State University, Fullerton at Titan Stadium in a suburb of Los Angeles, California. It also played home games at Weingart Stadium on the campus of East Los Angeles College in Monterey Park, California.
The New Jersey Eagles were an inaugural franchise of the third incarnation of the American Soccer League in 1988. They joined the American Professional Soccer League in 1990 when the ASL merged with the Western Soccer League. League goals leader Jorge Acosta led the team to a first place regular season finish in its first campaign, but it was all downhill after that.
Saarbrücken is the capital of the state of Saarland in Germany. The city sits at the heart of a metropolitan area that bounds westwards to Dillingen and northeastwards to Neunkirchen, in which most of the people of the Saarland live. Saarbrücken used to be the industrial and transport centre of a great coal basin. Production included iron and steel, sugar, beer, pottery, optical instruments, machinery, and construction materials.
Bertrand Guilladot (died 1742), a French priest and an alleged sorcerer, was among the last people to be executed for witchcraft in France and in Europe. Officially, the last witchcraft execution in France took place in Bordeaux in 1718 after a man was denounced as a sorcerer. However, a donkey-driver and the nobleman des Chauffors were in fact executed for the same crimes in Paris in 1724 and 1726, and from 1742 to 1745, witch trials took place in Dijon and Lyon.
This is a list of titles of the SingStar video game series, developed by London Studio and published by Sony Computer Entertainment for the PlayStation 2 and PlayStation 3. The first game of the series was released in Europe on 21 May 2004 with the titular SingStar. The series has spawned numerous sequels containing additional music content, with over 70 SingStar SKUs released worldwide.