Vegas Golden

National Hockey League | Las Vegas, NV

The Vegas Golden Knights became the NHL’s 31st franchise in 2016 and the first major league professional team to call Las Vegas home. In 2017-18, the Golden Knights celebrated the best expansion season in professional sports history and have become one of the league’s most successful franchises on and off the ice. The team has forged a powerful bond with the Las Vegas community and routinely plays to over-capacity crowds at T-Mobile Arena.

AFC Bournemouth

Premier League | Bournemouth, UK

Bill Foley and limited partners led by Michael B. Jordan purchased AFC Bournemouth in 2022, Foley’s first venture into European football. The club, based on the southern coast of England, was founded in 1899 and plays its home matches at Vitality Stadium. The Cherries compete in the Premier League, the top football league in the world, where they have been for six of the past eight seasons.


American Hockey League | Henderson, NV

The Henderson Silver Knights were announced as the American Hockey League affiliate of the Vegas Golden Knights in May of 2020. The Silver Knights are the first professional sports franchise to call Nevada’s second-largest city home. Owned in part by Bill Foley and his family and operated by the Foley Entertainment Group, the Silver Knights play their home games at Lee’s Family Forum, a state-of-the-art arena in Henderson, NV.


Indoor Football League | Henderson, NV

The Vegas Knight Hawks are an Indoor Football League team that was launched by the Foley Entertainment Group in 2021 and played its first season in 2022. Led by Mike Davis, the Knight Hawks finished 5th in the Western Conference in their first season. Davis was named head coach and general manager of the Knight Hawks in 2021 after serving as the Defensive Line Coach for the CFL’s Toronto Argonaunts in 2020. The Vegas Knight Hawks play their home games at Lee’s Family Forum, a state-of-the-art arena in Henderson, NV.


A-League | Auckland, NZ

Bill Foley is excited to be bringing an A-League expansion team to Auckland. Set to be the league’s fourteenth team, and second team in New Zealand, Auckland FC will be joining the A-League Men at the beginning of the 2024-25 season with the A-League Women’s team set to begin play in the 2025-26 season.