Virginia is one of the few states in the United States without any major professional sports teams. This is mainly due to a lack of population density, corporate sponsorships and a lack of available stadiums. The state's population is largely concentrated in the Northern Virginia and Hampton Roads regions, which lack the population density of larger cities. Additionally, corporate sponsorships are necessary to fund professional sports teams, and there are not enough large companies in the state to provide the necessary funds. Finally, while there are several stadiums in the state, they are not suitable for professional sports teams. Consequently, Virginia remains without any major professional sports teams.