125 Cool Hip Hop Dance Team Names

Trends in dance normally start in the underground. For 2014, new trends are returning back to breaks and and party music in an open DJ format. Music sales for performers are turning back in time to giving away products in hand that encourage the nostalgic of ripping off the shrink plastic that it is covered in. Brand sponsorship is also on the rise from major brands of dance and music festivals. A listing of hip hop dance team names are compiled below from local and national dance teams to help inspire the creation of your own team.

Amazonian Mermaids
Black Illuminators
Black Illusion
Blue Dancers
Bone Crushin Ballerinas
Boogie Babes
Boogie Bouncers
Bouncers
Bunny Dancers
Classical Mermaids
Crazy Cats
Crystal Queens
Dab Dancers
Dance & Drill
Dance N’ Beats
Dance Varsity
Dancers Divine
Dancers of the Ring
Dancers’ Dynasty
Dance-versity
Dancing Angels
Dancing Divas
Dancing Dolls
Dancing Queens
Dangerous Divas
Destructive Divas
Diamond Dolls
Diva Moves
Diversity
Dizzy Dancers
Dolls and Divas
Doomsday Panthers
Eight Counts
Electric Sliders
Fanny Pak
Feet Clan
Fly Girls
Fouettes for Life
Fusion Girls
Gizmos
Gold Dusters
Golden Sparklers
Groove Groupies
Groovy Boyz
Groovy Loompas
High Steppers
Hip Hop Hustlers
Hoodratrompers
Hunger Hoppers
Jack Attack
Jalapeno Hotties
Jazz Hands
Jesterz
Jumping Jacks
Justice Crew
Kaba Modern
Keep Calm & Dance
Kickin’ Crew
Kickin’ Kidz
Klassy Kats
Lady Movers
Lady Rebels
Liquid Smoke
Lost Dynasty
Nae Naes
Orange Crush
Pink Fluffy Monsters
Pirouette Posse
Poreotics
Purple Sky Dancers
Rebel Angels
Rebel Force
ReQuest Dance Crew
Rhythm Ringers
Rhythmic Eagles
Rhythmic Squad
Rhythmic Thunder
Rockin’ Rabbits
Roller Rockers
Royal Heat Dance
Royal Heat Squad
Rug Cutters
Salsa Swings
Screaming Divas
Shake It Up
Silver Steppers
Single Ladies
Sizzle and Stomp
Soul Rockers
Spirit Dancers
Spirit in Motion
Stanky Leggs
Starstruck
Step 1 Allstars
Steppin’ Times
Stomp Right Now
Sun Dolls
Super Sparklers
Sweet Disasters
Swing Squad
Synergy
Take a Leap
Tango Tribe
Tapping Kings
Team Two Step
The Cougarettes
The Dazzlers
The Flower Fluff Whirls
The Hip Hoppers
The Homies
The Hot Devils
The Ladybirds
The Lionettes
The Pursuit of Tappyness
The Rangerettes
The Spirit Dancers
Thundering Kidz
Top Gun All Stars
Toxic Twist Crew
Tribal Attackers
Twisters Elite
Ultimate Athletic
We Are Heroes
We Bring It
Wookierockers

In the last 15 years, dance related injuries have increased almost 40%. Over 113,000 of these injuries occurred in dancers between the ages of 3 and 19. Everyday, an estimated 23 children and teens are treated in US emergency rooms for dance related injuries. The most common injuries that occur are sprains, strains, broken bones, and bruising. The below infographic outlines the statistics and trends of dance injuries.

Dance Related Injuries Statistics