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Detroit Express NASL 1978 Soccer Collection

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Solid Color Tees: 4.6oz Super Soft 100% Ring Spun Cotton

Heathered Tees: 4.6oz Super Soft 50/50 Cotton/Poly Ring Spun Cotton

Crew: 9.3oz 50/50, Double-Needle Stitching at Waistband and Cuffs

Hoody: 9.3oz 50/50, Double-Needle Stitching at Waistband and Cuffs, Front Pouch and Drawstrings

The Detroit Express was a soccer team based in suburban Detroit that played in the now defunct North American Soccer League (NASL) from 1978 to 1980. Its home field was the Pontiac Silverdome. The Express were co-owned and directed by famous English soccer pundit Jimmy Hill who was also the managing director and then chairman of the English club Coventry City. The team was coached by Ken Furphy.