Sports Teams in Wisconsin
The beautiful state of Wisconsin is home to nine exciting, superb sports teams ranging from the pros all the way to great college programs.
Visit Milwaukee, Madison, or Appleton and you're sure to find no shortage of thrilling sporting events seemingly around every corner.
1. GREEN BAY PACKERS
Also known as "Title Town," Green Bay, located in northern Wisconsin, is home to former NFL Super Bowl Champion Green Bay Packers. Experience the historic "frozen tundra" of Lambeau Field and catch a classic NFC North battle against the Bears or Vikings this fall.
2. MILWAUKEE BREWERS
Visit downtown Milwaukee and take in a Brewers baseball game at Miller Park. The "Brew Crew" slug and swing their way through the summer months of April to September in the NL Central Division of the MLB.
3. MILWAUKEE BUCKS
Founded in 1968, the NBA's Milwaukee Bucks are also a proud part of the Wisconsin sports scene. Catch the former NBA champions run the hardwood during the months of October to April at the BMO Harris Bradley Center in downtown Milwaukee.
4. WISCONSIN BADGERS
The pride of Wisconsin, the Wisconsin Badgers, located in the buzzing town of Madison, compete in the Big Ten Conference in all major sports. Cheer on the NCAA tournament, bracket-busting Badger's basketball team with Bucky Badger at the Kohl Center this winter!
5. UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MILAUKEE
The University of Wisconsin-Milaukee Panthers also compete in most major sports for men and women. The Division I Panthers claw their way to the top of the Horizon Conference in, most notably, basketball and baseball, at U.S. Cellular Arena and Henry Aaron field respectively.
6. MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY
Renown for their elite basketball program, the Marquette Golden Eagles play in the Big East Conference, boasting the 11th most NCAA tournament appearences in NCAA history. They have played all home games at BMO Harris Bradley Center since 1988.
7. MILWAUKEE ADMIRALS
Hockey lovers, we haven't forgotten about you! The Milwaukee Admirals are Wisconsin's featured pro hockey team and are proud, former champions of the AHL. The Admirals share home ice with the Bucks and Marquette, as they also play home games at the BMO Harris Bradley Center in Milwaukee.
8. THE WAVE
Officially the oldest continuously operating professional soccer team in North America, the Milwaukee Wave have made their mark on the Wisconsin sports scene, winning multiple national championships since their inception. Come kick it and watch the Wave dominate the Major Arena Soccer League at U.S. Cellular Arena in Milwaukee.
9. Wisconsin Timber Rattlers
Set in Appleton, the Timber Rattlers are a minor league baseball team that compete in the Class-A Midwestern League. The Timber Rattlers have played home games in southern Wisconsin at Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium since 1995.