This is the 1973 Atlanta Apollo Home Shirt by Copa. It’s a nice, simple design. This would be great to wear to a Silverback’s game. In 1973 the Apollos finished with 3 wins, which was a league low. At least they looked good doing it. I guess they changed their nickname back in 1968 from the Atlanta Chiefs. Probably a good thing. Amazon.com has this one for $59.
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Somebody tipped me off to this company which sells a huge selection of NASL t-shirts. I haven’t seen them myself in person but I was told “‘I’ve purchased from them several times in the past so I can speak to the high quality of the product. The tees are very durable & the screen printing is first rate all the way.”
They even have the ever elusive Tampa Bay Rowdies t-shirt that is a copyright headache. I don’t get any money for linking to them so if you do buy a shirt, let me know how it looks and feels:
The vintage soccer t-shirts they sell are:
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These shirt seem like the holy grail in soccer fashion. Ebay has some. When you search, use the words: Puma Love. I’ve seen the Spanish, Brazilian, and generic shirts sold there. Puma doesn’t make it easy to get shirts that people obviously want.