List of sports teams in Louisiana Information

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This is a list of sports teams in Louisiana.

Professional sports teams

Amateur/Semi-Pro sports teams

College teams

NCAA

Division I Football Bowl Subdivision
Division I Football Championship Subdivision
Division III

NAIA

NJCAA

Defunct professional and amateur/semi-pro teams

Defunct American football teams

Defunct baseball teams

Defunct basketball teams

Defunct hockey teams

Defunct soccer teams

See also

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