Championship Cities

June 2012 Update: Kings with Stanley Cup! LA becomes city #4

Boston has won all four championships in the past 6 years. The longest drought being the Patriots :-) So, how many other cities have even won all four? Here are some links that are useful: Donavon Index and recent article NFL/Boston Bragging but, not exactly what I wanted to see. ALso, this is a fun quiz site: Number of Championships for Cities

Cities that have one one of the four major league championships. Taken from Spreadsheet that Cornelius & I did.

Since the first Superbowl, four cities have won all four: Boston, Chicago, New York and LA. If we count pre-Superbowl NFL champs (*NFL), then we add Detroit and Philadelphia.

As of 2011, 9 more cities have won 3/4: Baltimore, Dallas, Detroit, Miami, Oakland, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, St. Louis and DC.

These are cities, not franchises. So, the Minneapolis Lakers count for Minneapolis, the Hawks for St. Louis. Vancouver Millionaires won the Cup a LOONG time ago - not the Canucks.

CityWorld SeriesStanley CupSuper BowlNBA title
AnaheimMLBNHL
AtlantaMLBNFL
BaltimoreMLBNFLNBA
BostonMLBNHLNFLNBA
BrooklynMLB
CalgaryNHL
ChicagoMLBNHLNFLNBA
CincinnatiMLB
ClevelandMLB*NFL
DallasNHLNFLNBA
DenverNHLNFL
DetroitMLBNHL*NFLNBA
EdmontonNHL
Green BayNFL
HoustonNBA
IndianapolisNFL
MiamiMLBNFLNBA
Kansas CityMLBNFL
Los AngelesMLBNHLNFLNBA
MilwaukeeMLBNBA
Minneapolis/St.PaulMLBNBA
MontrealNHL
New OrleansNFL
New YorkMLBNHLNFLNBA
NewarkNHL
OaklandMLBNFLNBA
OttawaNHL
PhoenixMLB
PhiladelphiaMLBNHL*NFLNBA
PittsburghMLBNHLNFL
PortlandNBA
Raleigh/DurhamNHL
RochesterNBA
San AntonioNBA
San FranciscoMLBNFL
SeattleNHLNBA
St. LouisMLBNFLNBA
SyracuseNBA
Tampa BayNHLNFL
TorontoMLBNHL
VancouverNHL
WashingtonMLBNFLNBA

The data originally came from WikiPedia:   Stanley Cup Champions, World Series Winners, Superior Bowlers and NBA champs.

last update: 2012.06.13 - YON