Sports Trivia Questions and Answers
Sports Trivia Questions
Sports Questions and Answers
Sports Trivia Quiz Questions
Sports Trivia Quiz Questions and Answers
Sports Trivia Quiz
Sports Trivia Quiz Questions with the Answers
Sports Trivia Quiz and Answers
General Sports Trivia Questions and Answers
Q: What baseball team has a monthly newsletter called The Vineline?
A: The Chicago Cubs.
Q: What are the only three European countries to have won
soccer's World Cup?
A: England, Italy, West Germany.
Q: What heavyweight was Tony "Two Ton" Galento referring to when
he said in 1939 "I'll molder de bum"?
A: Joe Lewis.
Q: What sport did Herve Filion top with a record of 14,084 wins?
A: Harness racing.
Q: What two continents fielded teams in the
World League of
A: Europe and North America.
Q: Who was able to set NFL rushing records because of his "big
butt," according to Chicago Bears trainer Frank Caito?
A: Walter Payton.
Q: Who was the first U.S. volleyball player to win three
A: Karch Kiraly.
Q: What movie did Michael Eisner say was his "market research"
for Disney's NHL entry?
A: The Mighty Ducks.
Q: What was the only team to win two World Series in the
A: The Los Angeles Dodgers.
Q: What league was Gino Cappelletti the top scorer of in the
1960s, with 1,100 points?
A: The American Football League.
Q: What position did Cal Ripkin Jr., start at for the first
time since 1982, in a July,
A: Third base.
Q: What decade saw the NFL ban blocking below the waist and
A: The 1970s.
Q: What Yankee pitcher holds World Series records for
and games lost?
A: Whitey Ford.
Q: What baseball announcer's 1996 funeral was attended by Joe
DiMaggio, Yogi Berra, Whitey Ford and Phil Rizzuto?
A: Mel Allen's..
Q: What major leaguer hit 20 or more homers in 20 seasons?
A: Hank Aaron.
Q: What baseballer said of Biloxi Blues: "It reminded me of being
in the Army, even though I was in the Navy?
A: Yogi Berra.
Q: What South African has traveled more miles than any
athlete in history?
A: Gary Player.
Q: What team had a camp so grueling it was dubbed " Fort Landry"?
A: The Dallas Cowboys.
Q: What former Bruin defenseman was the first to skate on
new Feet Center ice?
A: Bobby Orr.
Q: What down-under sport is a cross between soccer and rugby?
A: Australian Rules Football.
Q: How long is the longest race on the NASCAR circuit?
A: 600 miles
Q: What U.S. college sport honors its best player with the
Hobey Baker Award?
Q: What horse tied, but could not break, Citation's 16-race
consecutive win streak?
Q: Who was the first major leaguer to hit home runs in his teens
and n his forties?
A: Ty Cobb.
Q: Who was the only soccer player to play on three World
Q: What ballplayer was dubbed " The Iron
A: Cal Ripken Jr.
Q: What does the Lindy Worm Blower allegedly enhance your chances
A: Catching fish.
Q: What pro sport was played by Lu Blue, Pebbly
Jack Glasscock and Mordecai Peter Centennial "Three Finger" Brown?
Q: What pro team made it to the playoffs a record 29 straight
times, in 1996?
A: The Boston Bruins.
Q: What essential do track racing bicycles
lack that a recreational rider wouldn't be caught dead without?
Q: What weighty Japanese sport has participants known as rikishi?
A: Sumo wrestling.
Q: What 28-year-old ice skater died of a sudden
heart attack in November,
A: Sergei Grinkov .