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The UCF Knights athletics programs include the extramural and intramural sports teams of The University of Central Florida in Orlando, Florida. These teams are collectively referred to as the Knights. UCF participates in the National Collegiate Athletic Association's (NCAA) Division I (FBS for football) as a member of the American Athletic Conference (The American).
UCF, its athletic program, and the university's alumni and sports fans are sometimes jointly referred to as the "UCF Nation," and are represented by the mascot Knightro. The "Knight" was chosen as the university mascot in 1970 by student election. The "Knights of Pegasus" – as it was originally called – was a submission put forth by students, staff, and faculty, who wished to replace UCF's original mascot, the Citronaut, which was a mix between an orange and an astronaut. The Knights were also chosen over "Vincent the Vulture," which was a popular unofficial mascot among students at the time. In 1994, Knightro debuted as the Knights official athletic mascot.
The Knights field 16 varsity teams, 6 men, 9 women and one co-ed sport, that have won numerous national and conference titles. The Knights football team won conference championships in 2007 and 2010, and the Knights women's basketball team won conference titles the 2009 and 2010. The UCF cheerleading team has captured two national titles at the College Cheerleading and Dance Team Nationals, in 2003 and 2007. Athletics facilities on the campus include the 45,323–seat Bright House Networks Stadium, the 10,072–seat CFE Arena, 3,000–seat Venue, Jay Bergman Field, the UCF Soccer and Track Stadium, and the UCF Softball Complex. he UCF varsity athletic program was a charter member of the Sunshine State Conference in 1975. The school moved up to Division I in 1984. In its first years in D-I, UCF was a member of the American South Conference, merging into the Sun Belt Conference in 1991.