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1973 Atlanta Apollo Soccer Retro Jersey
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Live Breathe Futbol
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Throwbackmax NASL T-Shirts
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An amazing soccer ball for a good cause
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Love Equals Football

1973 Atlanta Apollo Soccer Retro Jersey



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.

1973 Atlanta Apollo Home Retro Shirt

Live Breathe Futbol

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Live Breathe Futbol is a brand created by a futbol fanatic that seeks to embody the passion and love we all have for the beautiful game.   The goal is to curate a brand that offers exceptionally designed products that reflect the color and creativity of futbol.  To understand what LBF is about you need to look no further than the name.  The brand is a testament o the passion and love we all have for futbol.

http://livebreathefutbol.com/

Throwbackmax NASL T-Shirts

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:

Philadelphia Atoms T-Shirt

http://www.throwbackmax.com/html/soccer.html

The vintage soccer t-shirts they sell are:

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Atlanta Apollos – 1973
Atlanta Chiefs – 1978
Baltimore Blast – 1980
Boston Minutemen – 1974
Buffalo Stallions – 1979
California Surf – 1978
Chicago Sting – 1975
Chicago Spurs – 1969
Cincinnati Commets – 1976
Cleveland Cobras – 1974
Cleveland Stokers – 1967
Dallas Sidekicks – 1984
Dallas Tornado – 1967
Denver Avalanche – 1980
Denver Dynamos – 1973
Detroit Cougars – 1967
Detroit Express – 1978
Edmonton Drillers – 1969
Ft. Lauderdale Strikerss – 1977
Houston Hurricane – 1978
Indianpolis Daredevils – 1977
KC Suprs – 1973
LA Aztecs – 1974
Miami Gatos – 1972
Miami Toros – 1973
Minnesota Strikers – 1986
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New England Teamen – 1978
New York Eagles – 1976
New York Generals – 1967
NJ Rockets – 1981
Oakland Buccaneers – 1976
Pennsylvania Stoners – 1979
Philadelphia Atoms – 1973
Philadelphia Fever – 1976
Philadelphia Fury – 1978
Rochester Lancers – 1970
Sacramento Spirits – 1976
San Diego Nomads – 1986
San Diego Sockers – 1974
San Jose Earthquakes – 1970
San Francisco Golden Gales – 1967
Deattle Sounders – 1974
Seattle Sounders – 1983
Seattle Storm – 1984
St. Louis Stars – 1969
St. Louis Steamers – 1978
Tacoma Stars – 1983
Tacoma Tides – 1976
Tampa Bay Rowdies – 1975
The Caribous of Colorado – 1978
Toronto Blizzard – 1979
Vancouver Royals – 1968
Vancouver Whitecaps – 1974
Washington Diplomats – 1974

An amazing soccer ball for a good cause

http://oneworldfutbol.com/

Here’s a soccer ball that’s revolutionary.  One World Futbol has created an ultra-durable, all-terrain soccer ball that never needs inflating, requires no pump or needle, and will never go flat or lose bounce, even if punctured.   Inspired by Darfur refugees, the ball is 5 years in the making with superstar backing by people like Sting.  Visit their site and learn more.

One World Soccer Ball

Love Equals Football

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.

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