Tourist Attractions
North Shore Open Space Park/Beach

North Shore Open Space Park/Beach

The North Shore Open Space Park is a seaside park that runs from 79th to 87th street ..

Hialeah Park

Hialeah Park

Hialeah Park contains one of horse racings oldest and most prominent tracks. Built in ..

越南旅游签证
来越南旅游的外国旅客可乘坐飞机
Vous devez essayer le circuit sapa vietnam dormir chez l'habitant si vous aimez le voyage
Le site officiel et bien instruit pour les croisières dans la baie d'Halong, cliquez maintenant http://www.halongjonques.com/
Vous pouvez voyager à Phnom Penh - Saigon par bateau et essayer d'explorer des caractéristiques des habitants d'ici
Chosissez votre train Hanoi - Sapa par ce lien https://www.sapatourisme.com/train/
越南旅游签证
来越南旅游的外国旅客可乘坐飞机
Vous devez essayer le circuit sapa vietnam dormir chez l'habitant si vous aimez le voyage
Le site officiel et bien instruit pour les croisières dans la baie d'Halong, cliquez maintenant http://www.halongjonques.com/
Vous pouvez voyager à Phnom Penh - Saigon par bateau et essayer d'explorer des caractéristiques des habitants d'ici
Chosissez votre train Hanoi - Sapa par ce lien https://www.sapatourisme.com/train/

Sports in Miami

Sports in Miami
Miami's main four sports teams are the Miami Dolphins, the NFL team, Miami Heat, the NBA team, Miami Marlins, the MLB team, and the Florida Panthers, the NHL team.
As well as having all four major professional teams, Miami is also home to Miami FC, Miami Tropics, the Sony Ericsson Open for professional tennis, numerous greyhound racing tracks, marinas, jai alai venues, and golf courses.

In 1946, the Miami Seahawks played in the All-America Football Conference for one season, 1946, and then folded. The city's first entry into the American Football League was the Miami Dolphins, which competed in the fourth AFL league from 1966–1969. In 1996, Miami acquired the AFL team the Sacramento Attack, which was renamed as the Miami Hooters (due to its association with the Florida-based Hooters restaurant chain), and it played from 1993–1995. In 1996, the association with the chain was completed, and the team moved to West Palm Beach and renamed as the Florida Bobcats.

As of 2011, the Miami Heat is currently the only major professional sports team that plays its games within Miami's city limits at the American Airlines Arena. The team recently won the 2006 NBA Finals, winning the series 4-2 over the Dallas Mavericks. The Miami Dolphins play their games at Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens. The Orange Bowl, a member of the Bowl Championship Series, hosts their college football championship games at Sun Life Stadium. The stadium has also hosted the Super Bowl; the Miami metro area has hosted the game a total of nine times (four Super Bowls in Dolphin Stadium, including Super Bowl XLI and five at the Miami Orange Bowl), tying New Orleans for the most games. In 2009, construction began on a new ballpark for the Miami Marlins within the city limits of Miami on the site of the old Orange Bowl stadium. The ballpark will open in 2012.

Miami FC, Florida's only professional soccer team, plays at Tropical Park Stadium. Miami signed world-famed soccer player Romario in March 2006 to a one year deal. The Florida Panthers NHL team plays in neighboring Broward County at the BankAtlantic Center in the city of Sunrise. Miami is also home to Paso Fino horses, where competitions are held at Tropical Park Equestrian Center.

Miami is also the home of many college sports teams. The two largest are the University of Miami Hurricanes, whose football team formerly played at the Miami Orange Bowl from 1937 until 2008, moving to Sun Life Stadium subsequently, and Florida International University Golden Panthers whose football team plays at FIU Stadium.

A number of defunct teams were located in Miami, including the Miami Floridians (ABA), Miami Matadors (ECHL), Miami Manatees (WHA2), Miami Gatos (NASL), Miami Screaming Eagles (WHA), Miami Seahawks (AAFC), Miami Sol (WNBA), Miami Toros (NASL), Miami Tropics (SFL), Miami Tropics (ABA), and the Miami Hooters (Arena Football League). The Miami Fusion, a defunct Major League Soccer team, played at Lockhart Stadium in nearby Broward County.
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