Sporting may refer to:
- Sport, recreational games and play.
It may also refer to a sporting club:
- Sporting Clube de Portugal, a sports club from Lisbon, Portugal.
- Sporting Al Riyadi Beirut, a sports club from Beirut, Lebanon.
- A.O. Sporting BC Athens, Greek professional basketball team (Athens).
- Sporting Cristal, a football club from Lima, Peru.
- Sporting Clube da Covilhã, a sports club from Covilhã, Portugal.
- Sporting Clube de Braga, a sports club from Braga, Portugal.
- Real Sporting de Gijón, a football club from Gijón, Spain.
- Sporting Charleroi, a football club from Charleroi, Belgium.
- Sporting Clube de Goa, a sports club from Goa, India.
- Sporting Kansas City, a soccer (football) club from Kansas City, Kansas, USA.
The term sporting was formerly used as a euphemism (during the 19th and early 20th centuries) to refer to
- Red-light districts
Other articles related to "sporting":
... Sporting West Harelbeke is a Belgian association football club based in Harelbeke, West Flanders. 2002, the club changed its name 3 times, from KSV Ingelmunster Zuid-West to Sporting West Ingelmunster-Harelbeke in 2003 and to Sporting West Harelbeke in 2007 ...
... A product of Portuguese League powerhouse Sporting Clube de Portugal, Lisbon-born Beto established himself in the first team in the 1996–97 season, at the age of just 20, after two loans ...
... has a very large amount of sports and sporting activities available for students in-class and after school ...
... The English Sporting discipline has the sport's biggest following ... disciplines only use standard targets, in Sporting almost anything goes ... live quarry shooting, hence some of the names commonly used on sporting stands springing teal, driven pheasant, bolting rabbit, crossing pigeon, dropping ...
... Education Queensland will develop a Memorandum of Understanding with BCC and various sporting clubs to coordinate the maintenance, development and use of sporting ...
Famous quotes containing the word sporting:
“I once heard of a murderer who propped his two victims up against a chess board in sporting attitudes and was able to get as far as Seattle before his crime was discovered.”
—Robert Benchley (18891945)
“The Boston papers had never told me that there were seals in the harbor. I had always associated these with the Esquimaux and other outlandish people. Yet from the parlor windows all along the coast you may see families of them sporting on the flats. They were as strange to me as the merman would be. Ladies who never walk in the woods, sail over the sea. To go to sea! Why, it is to have the experience of Noah,to realize the deluge. Every vessel is an ark.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)