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Phoenix Inferno MISL 1980 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 Phoenix Inferno was an American indoor soccer team based out of Phoenix, United States, that played in the Major Indoor Soccer League from 1980 to 1983. In 1983 new ownership renamed the team the Phoenix Pride. The Pride folded at the end of the 1983-1984 season. Both teams played their home games at the Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum. The Phoenix Inferno, owned by Irv Berger, entered the Major Indoor Soccer League in 1980. The Phoenix Inferno bumper stickers read "Our Balls Are Off The Wall." In January 1983, Berger filed for bankruptcy. The league approved the sale of the team to Bruce Merrill, chairman of American Cable Television, for $175,000.