National League often refers to:
National League may also refer to:
Southern League may refer to:
Division 1 or Division One may refer to:
In sport, the Third Division, also called Division 3, Division Three, or Division III, is often the third-highest division of a league, and will often have promotion and relegation with divisions above and below.
An athletic conference is a collection of sports teams, playing competitively against each other in a sports league. In many cases conferences are subdivided into smaller divisions, with the best teams competing at successively higher levels. Conferences often, but not always, include teams from a common geographic region.
Sheffield has a long history of involvement in sport. Although cricket was the first organised sport, it has gradually been supplanted by football. Both the main two local football teams grew out of cricket teams. Sheffield can claim many firsts in football the most famous one being Sheffield F.C. being the world's first and oldest football club. Today it has a club in every major team sport in England. Sheffield became the first UK National City of Sport in 1995 and is now home to the English Institute of Sport (EIS).
Professional sports leagues are organized in numerous ways. The two most significant types are one that developed in Europe, characterized by a tiered structure using promotion and relegation in order to determine participation in a hierarchy of leagues or divisions, and a North American originated model characterized by its use of franchises, closed memberships, and minor leagues. Both these systems remain most common in their area of origin, although both systems are used worldwide.
Hapoel Ashkelon F.C. was an Israeli football club based in Ashkelon.
Liga Leumit is the second division of the Israeli association football (soccer) league system, and below the latter's Israeli Premier League.
Liga Artzit is the defunct third division of Israeli Football League, beneath its highest division Premier League and the second division Liga Leumit. Before being cancelled in 2009, it was run by the Israel Football Association. It was replaced by Liga Alef.
Hapoel Bnei Lod Rakevet F.C. is a football club from the central Israeli city of Lod. The club plays in an all-red kit in Liga Alef South, the third tier of Israeli football. Home matches are played at the Lod Municipal Stadium.
Sektzia Ness Ziona are a football club from the Israeli city of Ness Ziona. They currently play in the Israeli Premier League, the top tier of Israeli football. Home matches were previously played at the Ness Ziona Stadium. Upon their promotion to the Israeli Premier League for the 2019–20 and 2022–23 seasons, the club moved its home matches to the HaMoshava Stadium in Petah Tikva, Israel.
The Israeli football league system is a series of interconnected leagues for club football in Israel. The system has a hierarchical format with promotion and relegation between leagues at different levels, and allows even the smallest club to dream of rising to the very top of the system. There are five levels, containing a total of 16 divisions. It is run by the Israel Football Association (IFA).
2. Liga, 2. liga, 2 liga, II Liga or Druhá liga may refer to:
In sports, 1. Liga, 1. liga, I Liga or Erste Liga may refer to:
The Premier League is the top football division in England. It may also refer to multiple other professional sport leagues:
The Super League is the first tier of the British rugby league system.
Nottingham is home to several high-profile sports clubs. These include two notable Football League clubs in the shape of Nottingham Forest which, along with Liverpool, is one of only two clubs in England to have won consecutive European Cups and Notts County which is the oldest professional football club in the world. Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club is a top level county cricket club, whilst both the National Ice Centre and the National Watersports Centre are also located in the city.
Women's League may refer to:
The North American continent is the birthplace of several organized sports, such as basketball, charrería/rodeo, gridiron football, ice hockey, jaripeo/bull riding, lacrosse, ollamaliztl, mixed martial arts (MMA), racquetball, ultimate, and volleyball. The modern versions of baseball and softball, skateboarding, snowboarding, stock car racing, and surfing also developed in North America.