The Montreal Expos were a professional baseball team based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The team was established in 1969 as an expansion team, along with the San Diego Padres. The Expos played in the National League East division of Major League Baseball (MLB). The team's home stadium was Olympic Stadium, which was built for the 1976 Summer Olympics and could seat up to 66,000 fans. The Expos had several successful seasons, winning one National League Pennant in 1981, but struggled financially in the 1990s. The team was eventually sold and relocated to Washington, D.C. in 2005, where they became the Washington Nationals. Despite their relatively short history, the Expos had a loyal fan base and were known for their iconic logo featuring a stylized "M" and "e" that formed a "v" shape resembling an "e" with a red dot.