Albeit the summers being extremely humid, the climate in Georgia allows round the year sporting events and practice matches for baseball, football and basketball.
The state of Georgia has teams in four major professional leagues—the Atlanta Braves of Major League Baseball, the Atlanta Falcons of the National Football League, the Atlanta Hawks of the National Basketball Association, and Atlanta United FC of Major League Soccer.
The Georgia Bulldogs, Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, Georgia State Panthers and Georgia Southern Eagles are Georgia’s NCAA Division I FBS football teams, having won multiple national championships between them. The Georgia Bulldogs and the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets have a historical rivalry in college football known as Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate, and the Georgia State Panthers and the Georgia Southern Eagles have recently developed their own rivalry.
|Albany State Golden Rams||Albany||NCAA II||ASU Coliseum|
|Atlanta Falcons||Atlanta||NFL||Georgia Dome|
|Berry Vikings||Mount Berry||NCAA III||Barron Stadium|
|Clark Atlanta Panthers||Atlanta||NCAA II||Panther Stadium|
|Fort Valley State Wildcats||Fort Valley||NCAA II||Wildcat Stadium|
|Georgia Bulldogs||Athens||FBS||Sanford Stadium|
|Georgia Southern Eagles||Statesboro||FBS||Paulson Stadium|
|Georgia State Panthers||Atlanta||FBS||Georgia Dome|
|Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets||Atlanta||FBS||Bobby Dodd Stadium|
|LaGrange Panthers||LaGrange||NCAA III||Callaway Stadium|
|Mercer Bears||Macon||FCS||Mercer University Stadium|
|Morehouse Maroon Tigers||Atlanta||NCAA II||B.T. Harvey Stadium|
|Paine Lions||Augusta||NCAA II||Lucy C. Laney Stadium|
|Point (GA) Skyhawks||West Point||NAIA||Ram Stadium (in Valley, AL)|
|Reinhardt Eagles||Waleska||NAIA||Boring Sports Complex|
|Savannah State Tigers||Savannah||FCS||Ted Wright Stadium|
|Shorter Hawks||Rome||NCAA II||Barron Stadium|
|Valdosta State Blazers||Valdosta||NCAA II||Bazemore-Hyder Stadium|
|West Georgia Wolves||Carrollton||NCAA II||University Stadium|