Winning the championship is the primary goal of any football team or any sport team. There is only one reason to start and play, and this is to win the championship. The championship season not only brings players to the game, but also the fans who are rooting. Cities and regions will be very proud of their championship winners.
Baltimore is a major football town and professional football has been in one form for more than 60 years. Many do not know this, but four different professional soccer teams have won the championship while representing the city of Baltimore.
Baltimore Ravens – 2000
The last Baltimore team, was the team currently representing the NFL, the city of Baltimore Ravens. Ravens started franchising in 1996 as Cleveland Browns was the previous year. There were some tough years, but in 2000 everything came to an end in a strong running game and this is the defense of the world. The New York Giants' 34-7 defeat was defeated at Super Bowl XXXV. Baltimore Colts – 1958, 1959 and 1970
Baltimore Colts won three championship titles three times. In 1958, they defeated the New York Giant for the NFL title, which many were called the biggest game. After the 1959 championship title, the Colts eventually scored 24 points without defeat and defeated the giants in the previous year's championship match with 31 to 16 points. Colts won his third league title in 1970 when Super Bowl V beat Oakland Raiders 27-17. Technically, Colts has a fourth title since they were NFL champions in 1968, but lost the Super Bowl III to the American Football League's New York Jets before the two leagues merged. [1959:003] Stars – 1985
The Stars franchise has played the first two seasons this year at USFL in Philadelphia. The team moved to Baltimore in 1985 and although they were not as successful as in the past, they were able to play in the playoffs. The spell was still there and went through the seasons and won the last league match in the USFL history with the defeat of Oakland Invaders.
The Baltimore Stallions – 1995
The Canadian football league was expanded in the United States in the mid-1990s and one of the cities that received a team was Baltimore. In 1995, the second season, the Baltimore Stallions not only won its division but became the first team in America to win the Gray Cup championship title in the Canadian football league. The team disappeared the following year when they moved to Montreal and renamed the Allouettes
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