The Kansas City Wizards are an American, professional soccer club based in Kansas City, Kansas that participates in Major League Soccer. In 2007 the team moved from Kansas City, Missouri to Kansas City, Kansas with plans to build a new stadium in the Missouri city; however, they ultimately decided to build the new stadium in "KCK" near the Kansas Speedway. The Wizards won the MLS Cup in 2000, the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup in 2004, and the MLS Supporters Shield in 2000.
D.C. United is an American professional soccer club located in Washington, D.C. that participates in Major League Soccer, the United States' top-tier soccer league. The team's home field is the 45,596-seat Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium, owned by the District of Columbia and located on the Anacostia River. The team has proposed building a new 24,000-seat soccer-specific stadium at multiple possible sites in the Washington metropolitan area. The team is owned by the consortium D.C.
The San Jose Earthquakes professional soccer club is located in San Jose, California and participates in the top level soccer league in the United States and Canada, Major League Soccer (MLS). The Earthquakes participated in MLS from 1995 to 2005, and resumed operations in 2008. It is one of the original ten teams in the league, known as the San Jose Clash from 1995 to 1999. The Earthquakes defeated D.C. United 1–0 in the first game in MLS history.
Los Angeles Galaxy (commonly referred to as L.A. Galaxy) is an American, professional soccer club based in the Los Angeles suburb of Carson, California. The club is a member of Major League Soccer (MLS). It is one of the ten charter franchises of MLS and is the league's second most-decorated club, after D.C. United. The name "Galaxy" is derived from Los Angeles being home to the 'stars' of Hollywood. The club has won the MLS Cup twice (2002, 2005), the U.S.
The Columbus Crew is an American professional soccer team based in Columbus, Ohio that participates in Major League Soccer. The club was owned by the legendary Lamar Hunt, who also owned the Kansas City Chiefs and FC Dallas until his 2006 death. Upon his death, his son Clark Hunt took over his sports properties. The Crew currently plays their home games at Columbus Crew Stadium, the first soccer-specific stadium ever built by an MLS franchise.
The Colorado Rapids are a professional American soccer club based in the Denver suburb of Commerce City, Colorado that participates in Major League Soccer. The club was founded in 1995. The team colors are burgundy, sky blue, and gray. They played their home matches at Mile High Stadium from 1996–2001 and moved into Invesco Field at Mile High in 2002. They moved to Dick's Sporting Goods Park for the 2007 season.
The New England Revolution is an American soccer club based in Foxborough, Massachusetts, that participates in Major League Soccer. The club is owned by Robert Kraft, who also owns the New England Patriots of the National Football League. The name "Revolution" refers to the New England region's involvement in the American Revolution. The Revs currently play their home matches at Gillette Stadium.
The Tampa Bay Mutiny was a professional soccer club located in Tampa, Florida that participated in Major League Soccer from 1996–2001. The club played its home games at Houlihan's Stadium from 1996–1998 and at Raymond James Stadium from 1999 onwards. Major League Soccer's contraction following the 2001 season reduced the league from 12 to 10 teams, with the two Florida clubs, the Miami Fusion and the Tampa Bay Mutiny, ceasing operations.
Yo-Yo (born Yolanda Whittaker on August 4, 1971) is a Grammy-nominated American hardcore rapper and actress. Much of her music has advocated female empowerment, denouncing the frequent sexism found in hip-hop music. She is the protege of gangsta rapper Ice Cube. Yo-Yo dubbed her crew the IBWC, which stood for the Intelligent Black Woman's Coalition.
Arinna was the major cult center of the Hittite sun goddess, known as UTU Arinna "sun goddess of Arinna". Arinna was located near Hattusa, the Hittite capital. The sun goddess of Arinna is one of three important solar deities of the Hittite pantheon, besides UTU nepisas "the sun of the sky" and UTU taknas "the sun of the earth". Her consort was the weather god, Tarhunt; they and their children were all derived from the former Hattic pantheon.
Schwanberg is an elevation in the rural district of Kitzingen, Regierungsbezirk Lower Franconia, Bavaria, Germany. In ancient times the elevation, part of the Steigerwald, was used by the Celts as a castle and can safely be assumed to be regarded as a Holy Mountain since then. Later the counts of Castell build a castle which is still existing today. The southern parts are used for growing wine. The rest of the elevation is covered by forest. Two burial grounds can be found on the Schwanberg.