March 17, 2019

2019 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament (aka March Madness) – the 68 teams: map, with team locations & 2017-18 average attendances listed.

Filed under: NCAA Men's Basketball — admin @ 8:35 pm

2019 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament (aka March Madness) – the 68 teams: map, with team locations & 2017-18 average attendances listed

By Bill Turianski on 17 March 2019;

-Teams, etc…2019 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament.
-Scores…Div I college bk scores (

The 68 Teams which qualified for the 2019 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament [aka March Madness]
Listed by: Name. Conference. Location of arena(s)…

Abilene Christian Wildcats. Southland. Abilene, TX.
Arizona State Sun Devils. Pac-12. Tempe, AZ.
Auburn Tigers. SEC. Auburn, AL.
Baylor Bears. Big 12. Waco, TX.
Belmont Bruins. Ohio Valley. Nashville, TN.
Bradley Braves. Missouri Valley. Peoria, IL..
Buffalo Bulls. Mid-American. Amherst, NY.
Cincinnati Bearcats. American. Cincinnati, OH.
Colgate Red Raiders. Patriot. Hamilton, NY.
Duke Blue Devils. ACC. Durham, NC.
Fairleigh Dickinson Knights. Northeast (NEC). Hackensack, NJ.
Florida Gators. SEC. Gainesville, FL.
Florida State Seminoles. ACC. Tallahassee, FL.
Gardner-Webb Runnin’ Bulldogs. Big South. Boiling Springs, NC.
Georgia State Panthers. Sunbelt. Atlanta, GA.
Gonzaga Bulldogs. West Coast. Spokane, WA.
Houston Cougars. American . Houston, TX.
Iona Gaels. Metro Atlantic (MAAC). New Rochelle, NY
Iowa Hawkeyes. Big Ten. Iowa City, IA.
Iowa State Cyclones. Big 12. Ames, IA.
Kansas Jayhawks. Big 12. Lawrence, KS.
Kansas State Wildcats. Big 12. Manhattan, KS.
Kentucky Wildcats. SEC. Lexington, KY.
Liberty Flames. Atlantic Sun. Lynchburg, VA.
Louisville Cardinals. ACC. Louisville, KY.
LSU Tigers. SEC. Baton Rouge, LA.
Marquette Golden Eagles. Big East. Milwaukee, WI.
Maryland Terrapins. Big Ten. College Park, MD.
Michigan Wolverines. Big Ten. Ann Arbor, MI.
Michigan State Spartans. Big Ten. East Lansing, MI.
Minnesota Golden Gophers. Big 12. Minneapolis, MN.
Mississippi [Ole Miss] Rebels. SEC. Oxford, MS.
Mississippi State Bulldogs. SEC. Starkville, MS.
Montana Grizzlies. Big Sky. Bozeman, MT.
Murray State Racers. Ohio Valley. Murray, KY
Nevada Wolf Pack. Mountain West. Reno, NV.
New Mexico State Aggies. WAC. Las Cruces, NM.
Northeastern Huskies. Colonial (CAA). Boston, MA.
Northern Kentucky Norse. Horizon. Highland Heights, KY.
North Carolina Tar Heels. ACC. Chapel Hill, NC.
North Carolina Central Eagles. Mid-Eastern (MEAC). Durham, NC.
North Dakota State Bison. Summit, Fargo, ND.
Ohio State Buckeyes. Big Ten. Columbus, OH.
Oklahoma Sooners. Big 12. Norman, OK.
Old Dominion Monarchs.Conference-USA. Norfolk, VA.
Oregon Ducks. Pac-12. Eugene, OR.
Prairie View A&M Panthers. Southwestern (SWAC). Prairie View, TX.
Purdue Boilermakers. Big Ten. West Lafayette, IN.
St. John’s Red Storm. Big East. Queens, NYC, NY /Manhattan, NYC, NY.
Saint Louis Billikins. Atlantic 10. St. Louis, MO.
Saint Mary’s Gaels. West Coast (WCC). Moraga, CA.
Seton Hall Pirates. Big East. East Orange, NJ/Newark, NJ.
Syracuse Orange. ACC. Syracuse, NY.
Temple Owls. American. Philadelphia, PA.
Tennessee Volunteers. SEC. Knoxville, TN.
Texas Tech Red Raiders. Big 12. Lubbock, TX.
UCF (Central Florida) Knights. American. Orlando, FL.
UC Irvine Anteaters. Big West. Irvine, CA.
Utah State Aggies. Mountain West. Logan, UT.
VCU (Virginia Commonwealth) Rams. Atlantic 10. Richmond, VA.
Vermont Catamounts. America East. Burlington, VT.
Villanova Wildcats. Big East. Villanova, PA /Philadelphia, PA.
Virginia Cavaliers. ACC. Charlottesville, VA.
Virginia Tech Hokies. ACC. Blacksburg, VA.
Washington Huskies. Pac-12. Seattle, WA.
Wisconsin Badgers. Big 12. Madison, WI.
Wofford Terriers. Southern. Spartanburg, SC.
Yale Bulldogs. Ivy League. New Haven, CT.

The states with the most qualified teams in the tournament are Virginia, New York, and Texas, with 5 teams each…
-State of New York: Buffalo, Colgate, Iona, St. John’s, Syracuse.
-Commonwealth of Virginia: Liberty, Old Dominion, Virginia Commonwealth, Virginia, Virginia Tech.
-State of Texas: Abilene Christian, Baylor, Houston, Prairie View A&M, Texas Tech.
-Thanks to AMK1211 for blank map of USA, ‘File:Blank US Map with borders.svg”>File:Blank US Map with borders.svg‘ (
-Thanks to the contributors to the pages at, ‘2019 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament’.
-Thanks to NCAA for attendance figures, from 2018 NCAA MEN’S BASKETBALL ATTENDANCE (For All NCAA Men’s Varsity Teams) [pdf].
-Thanks to the Bracket Matrix site for bracket forecasting,;

March 11, 2019

2018-19 FA Cup 6th Round (Quarterfinals), map and attendance list with fixtures./+ illustration: each team’s manager & their top scorer.

Filed under: >2018-19 FA Cup — admin @ 8:23 am

2018-19 FA Cup 6th Round (Quarterfinals), map and attendance list with fixtures

By Bill Turianski on 11 March 2019;

-The competition…
-FA Cup (
-2018-19 FA Cup, Final Stages (

    2018-19 FA Cup 6th Round (Quarterfinals)/8 teams…
    Below: each team’s manager and their top scorer (goals scored, from all competitions in 2018-19, up to 15 March 2018)

Photo and Image credits above -
Brighton: Chris Hughton, photo by Steve Bardens/Getty Images Europe via Glenn Murray, photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images Europe via Crystal Palace: Roy Hodgson, photo by Christopher Lee/Getty Images Europe via Luka Milivojević, photo unattributed at Man City: Pep Guardiola, photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images via Sergio Agüero photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images Europe via Man Utd: Ole Gunnar Solskjær, photo unattributed at Romelu Lukaku, photo unattributed at Milwall: Neil Harris, photo from Lee Gregory, photo unattributed at Swansea City: Graham Potter, photo unattributed at Oliver McBurnie, photo by Athena Picture Gallery/Getty Images via Watford: Javi Gracia, photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images via Troy Deeney, photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images Europe via Wolves: Nuno Espírito Santo, photo unattributed at Raúl Jiménez [13 goals], photo by Getty Images via

Thanks to all at the links below…
-Blank map of UK historic counties, by Nilfanion (using UK Ordnance Survey data), at File:United Kingdom police areas map.svg (
-Blank relief map of Greater London, by Nilfanion (using UK Ordnance Survey data), at File:Greater London UK relief location map.jpg.
-Attendances from
-2018-19 FA Cup (

March 3, 2019

2019 Copa Libertadores: location-map for the 32-team Group Stage, with Club Histories (Libertadores appearances & titles listed); plus 2 charts: Libertadores titles by club & by country.

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2019 Copa Libertadores: location-map for the Group Stage, with Club Histories (Libertadores appearances & titles listed); plus 2 charts: Libertadores titles by club & by country

By Bill Turianski on 3 March 2019;

-2019 Copa Libertadores/Group Stage (
-Summary – CONMEBOL Libertadores [2019] (

The Group Stage (of 32) begins on 5-7 March (1st game-week). The Group Stage lasts 2 months, and has 6 game-weeks, with the final game-week played on 7-9 May.
{2019 Copa Libertadores schedule.}

Qualified teams for the Group Stage, by country: Brazil has 7 teams (6+ Copa Sudamericana holder). Argentina has 6 teams (5+ Copa Libertadores holder). Chile, Paraguay, and Peru have 3 teams. The 5 other countries all have 2 teams each (Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Uruguay, Venezuela).

The map…
Teams are shown in the two flanking sections on either side of the map, organized by country. Shown there in the country-groupings are each team’s all-time total Libertadores appearances (in the tan-colored column), and Libertadores titles (in the pale-blue-colored column).

Teams which had play to in the 3 Preliminary Stages [19 teams] are shown in italics (lowest-ranked qualifiers). From these 19 teams, only 4 qualified for the Group Stage of 32:
Atlético Mineiro (BRA), Libertad (PAR), Melgar (PER), Palestino (CHI).

At the far left of the map-page is the Libertadores titles list by club (25 clubs have won the Libertadores title). At the far right is the Libertadores titles list by country (of the 59 Libertadores titles, 25 have been won by Argentine teams, and 18 have been won by Brazilian teams).
Thanks to all at the links below…
-Globe-map of South America by Luan at File:South America (orthographic projection).svg ([South America]).
-Blank map of South America by Anbans 585 at File:CONMEBOL laea location map without rivers.svg ([2018 Copa Libertadores]).
-2019 Copa Libertadores (
-Copa Libertadores 1960-2017 Club Histories (
-Libertadores titles list {}.

Thanks to James Nalton at World Football for tweets & re-tweets {WFi}.

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