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Richmond, Virginia, United States, is home to four professional sports teams, though none of which compete in any major professional league. Virginia is the most populated state without a major sports team. Richmond has also come into the national spotlight in recent years due to the success of the region's two Division I college basketball teams, the VCU Rams and Richmond Spiders. The VCU Rams men's basketball team reached the Final Four of the 2011 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament, while the Richmond Spiders men's basketball team reached the Sweet 16 of the same tournament. In 2008, the Richmond Braves minor league baseball team left for Gwinnett County, Georgia, and was replaced by the Richmond Flying Squirrels in 2010. But now, the Flying Squirrels' owner has threatened to leave Richmond if they don't replace their current stadium, The Diamond. The Richmond Raiders are an indoor football team. They play at the Richmond Coliseum. The Richmond Revolution are another indoor football team, and their team plays home games at the new SportsQuest development in Chesterfield County. The Richmond Kickers are a non-profit soccer team that plays at City Stadium.