The Miami Dolphins are officially the first team to build a home in Florida.
But they are not the only ones.
Here’s a look back at the other teams that built a home on their own: Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Founded in 1925, the Buccaneers were the first NFL team to relocate to Florida.
After moving to Tampa, the Bucs relocated to Tampa Bay in 1960, and became one of the most successful teams in the NFL.
Tampa Bay’s first home was the home of the Tampa Bay Times-Union.
Tampa also hosted the 1966 NFL championship game between the Detroit Lions and San Francisco 49ers.
Pittsburgh Steelers: The Pittsburgh Steelers were the NFL’s first team that relocated to Florida after a stint in Detroit.
The Steelers relocated to Pittsburgh in 1966.
The team won four Super Bowls during the 1960s and 1970s.
San Diego Chargers: In 1972, the San Diego Padres relocated to San Diego.
The San Diego franchise is now one of four professional sports teams in Los Angeles.
Miami Heat: The Miami Heat were the team that moved to Florida in 1965.
After being in Florida for two seasons, the team relocated to Miami in 1976.
The franchise was one of three teams to move to Miami.
Los Angeles Dodgers: The Los Angeles Dodger team was the first professional sports team to move out of Florida.
The Dodgers relocated to Los Angeles in 1966 and have been there ever since.
Chicago Blackhawks: The Chicago Blackhawks were the second team to be relocated to California after the Chicago Blackhawks.
After playing in the Midwest, the Chicago franchise relocated to Chicago in 1980.
Losers in the 1980s and ’90s: In 2004, the Los Angeles Lakers and the San Antonio Spurs relocated to LA.
The Spurs relocated from San Antonio to San Francisco in 1998.
The Los Angles Chargers relocated to Southern California in 1984.
The Chicago Bulls relocated to Indiana in 1985.
Philadelphia 76ers: The Philadelphia 76er team was one that was moved from Chicago to Philadelphia in 1965 after a six-year stay in Los Anglos.
The 76ers relocated to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1994.
The NBA has not released a timeline for when teams will be able to move.
For now, the NFL will continue to hold the rights to broadcast the games on a national TV network, CBS.
NFL owners are scheduled to vote on the relocation on Jan. 24.
New Orleans Saints: The New Orleans Pelicans are the second NBA team to settle in Florida after moving to St. Louis.
After a seven-year NBA stay in the St. Charles, Missouri, area, the Pelicans relocated to New Orleans in 2005.
The New York Knicks also settled in Florida, but it wasn’t until the 2019 NBA Finals that they officially moved to New York.
Minnesota Timberwolves: The Minnesota Timberwolves, like the Los Angales Chargers, relocated to Minnesota after a seven year stay in St. Augustine, Florida.
Minnesota was home to the 2016 NBA Finals.
Detroit Pistons: The Detroit Pistons, like their counterparts in St Louis, moved to Detroit after a decade-long NBA stay.
After spending three years in St Charles, Michigan, the Pistons relocated to Detroit in 2016.
The Detroit franchise won five titles during the NBA’s golden age.
Dallas Mavericks: The Dallas Mavericks relocated to Texas after a 10-year NHL stay.
The Mavericks moved to Dallas in 1994, where they played for the first time in 20 years.