San Diego is the second largest city in California and is one of the most beautiful cities in the United States with a great weather year round. San Diego is a vacationer's paradise, ideal for those who like variety and for those who can't decide between the city and the beach. San Diego is a city with an array of championship events. You can always find a sporting event within the city including baseball, football, basketball, hockey and much more. You should never miss the fun of live sporting event in San Diego, California. Some of the best teams in the San Diego are listed below:-
San Diego Padres,
San Diego Chargers,
San Diego Gulls,
San Diego Wildcats
San Diego Padres
A Major League Baseball team, San Diego Padres is based in San Diego, California. Padres are member of the West Division in the National League West. The team was founded in 1969. The team plays their home games at Petco Park in downtown San Diego, California. Since 1969, San Diego Padres has won two NL Pennants and five West Division titles.
First baseman Nate Colbert was considered as the Padres’ best player during its formative years. In 1974, Colbert left the Padres and star outfielder Dave Winfield joined the Padres. Winfield played in 1,117 games for San Diego and collected 1,134 hits, 154 home runs and drove in 626 runs. In 1980, Winfield joined the New York Yankees.
In 1984, the Padres won the National League West championship. After 1984, the team had some tough times. In 1996, under new owner named John Moores and and team president named Larry Lucchino, San Diego Padres won the NL West. In 2004, the team moved to PETCO Park from the Qualcomm Stadium. In 2006, Padres defeated the Diamondbacks 7-6 to win back to back division titles for the first time in team history.
San Diego Chargers
A professional American football team, San Diego Chargers is based in San Diego, California. Chargers are currently members of the Western Division of the American Football Conference (AFC) in the National Football League (NFL) and was founded in 1960. Norv Turner is the current head coach of the team. In addition to San Diego Chargers the team is also known as Super Chargers, Tha Frightening Lightning.
The Chargers spent their first season in Los Angeles before moving to San Diego. Since 1960, San Diego Chargers won one AFL Championship (1963), one Conference Championship (1994) and twelve Division Championships (1960, 1961, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1992, 1994, 2004, 2006). The team play their home games at Qualcomm Stadium.
In 1982, the Chargers were involved in a memorable overtime playoff game against the Miami Dolphins that resulted in an ultimately winning 41-38. During 1994-95 season, the Chargers appeared first time in Super Bowl XXIX against the San Francisco 49ers in Miami Gardens but the Chargers lost to the 49ers. In 2004, the team finished the regular season with 12-4 and earned the AFC West Division Title. The team wears uniforms of colors: Navy Blue, Powder Blue, White, and Gold.
San Diego Gulls
A minor league ice hockey, San Diego Gulls is based in San Diego, California. The San Diego Gulls was founded in 1966 as part of the Western Hockey League. The team played its home games at the IPayOne Center that is located in Point Loma, San Diego, California. The Gulls played in the Pacific Division of the ECHL (East Coast Hockey League).
Until 1974, San Diego Gulls played in the WHL (Western Hockey League). The Gulls played eight seasons in the WHL, and though qualifying for the playoffs each season except the first but never won a playoff series. The San Diego Gulls of the East Coast Hockey League are the FIVE time Taylor Cup Champions.
The San Diego Gulls’ cheerleaders were known as the San Diego Gull Girls. The team had two mascots called Sandy Gull and Baby Gull. Steve Martinson. served as the head coach of the Gulls throughout their WCHL stint and through their first year of ECHL play. In 2006, the Gulls folded and released their players as free agents.
San Diego Wildcats
San Diego Wildcats are an professional basketball team based in San Diego, California. The team was founded in 2006 and will be competing in its first year in the American Basketball Association. The Wildcats will compete with other western teams in the league's Red Conference. Michael Kennedy is the head coach of the team. The team will play their home games at San Diego High School.