North America has what is referred to the "Big 4" sport leagues. This refers to the National Football League, Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, and the National Hockey League. There is also other somewhat big leagues including Major League Soccer, the Canadian Football League, and to a lesser extent the National Lacrosse League.
the big prize in Canadian football, is called the Grey Cup.
A few of the big ones are: -Arizona Diamondbacks (Major League Baseball) -Arizona Cardinals (National Football League) -Phoenix Suns (National Basketball Association) -Phoenix Coyotes (National Hockey League)
The Grey Cup.
The Green Bay Packers are not a Big Ten team. The Big Ten is a conference in college football. The Packers are a professional football team in the NFC (National Football Conference).
The first major league of baseball (National Association) was founded in 1871. The National Association disbanded in 1875 and the National League began in 1876. The American League became a major league in baseball in 1901. The first World Series was played in 1903. College football became big with many universities beginning programs. The first bowl game (Rose Bowl) was played. The National Football League, then known as the American Professional Football Association, was founded in 1920. Basketball and volleyball were invented.
Football is very big on France.
Yes. Georgetown plays football in the Patriot League, an FCS (1-AA) football conference that includes Holy Cross, Colgate, Lafayette, Lehigh, Fordham, and Bucknell. Georgetown only plays football in the Patriot League. For other major sports, they compete in the Big East.
Paraguay is a south American country and there football is their national game.
On Superbowl Sunday, the champions of the American Football League and the National Football League play one football game to determine who is the one champion team of football in the United States. The location of the Superbowl changes every year. The Superbowl event also features a big musical event at half-time, offering featuring famous bands and musicians, for example The Who, The Rolling Stones and The Black-eyed Peas.
Two in the big leagues: Cardiff and Swansea.