Houston Aeros The Houston Aeros is an American Hockey League team located in Houston, Texas. The team operates out of the Toyota Center. It used to be based from the Houston Compaq Center, but they moved to the new stadium. There was a separate team called the Houston Aeros in the World Hockey Association in the 1970s.
The Houston Dynamo is a professional soccer club based in Houston, Texas that plays in Major League Soccer and are the current MLS Cup Champions, by virtue of their victory against the New England Revolution in MLS Cup 2006.
The team was created on December 15, 2005 when the San Jose Earthquakes were relocated, due to owner AEG's failure to secure a soccer-specific stadium. Even though all of San Jose's players and coaches moved to Houston, the team's name, logo, history and statistics were not transferred and remain inactive in San Jose thus making the Dynamo an expansion team similar to the Baltimore Ravens in the NFL.