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Professional football would return to Charlotte in 1992 in the form of the Charlotte Rage, an Arena Football League team that played out of the Coliseum.
Charlotte was also home to a WNBA team, the Charlotte Sting from 1988 until they folded in 2006.
The Panthers spent the 1995 season south of the border at Clemson's Memorial Stadium while Bank of America Stadium in Uptown was being prepared for the team's 1996 season.
To date the Panthers have appeared in two Super Bowls, Super Bowl XXXVIII and Super Bowl 50, and lay claim to four conference championships and six division championships.
The team played out of the 24,000-seat Charlotte Coliseum, known affectionately as "The Hive", and would lead the league in attendance for several seasons before an acrimonious fall out with owner George Shinn triggered a number of events which led to the team relocating to New Orleans in 2002.
However, it didn't take long for the Queen City to return to the NBA when a group led by businessman Bob Johnson, the founder of BET, was awarded a franchise which would come to be known as the Charlotte Bobcats.