Between the NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL and MLS, there are 147 professional sports teams situated in North America, and that number is likely to rise over the next few years. Major League Soccer has plans to add teams in Miami, Nashville and Austin by 2021, the NHL will add a Seattle team in 2021, the NBA wants to create a franchise in Mexico City and the NFL has held games in London since 2007, but as of 2019, all NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL and MLS teams are in the U.S. or Canada.
The National Hockey League has the most Canadian teams with seven, and Major League Baseball is the oldest pro sports league, being founded in 1869. There are only 10 cities that have at least one team in all five leagues and they're all in America. Miami will join the list in 2020. Los Angeles has 10 pro sports teams, and if that's not enough, the U.S. also employs athletes to play on international teams in soccer, baseball, basketball, hockey, basketball and more. North America has a lot of pro sports teams. With all those sports teams come a lot of athletes, stories, legends, curses, nicknames, miracles, upsets, underdogs, win, losses and rivalries. What do you know about North American pro sports teams?