Tri-City Apollos

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Tri-City Apollos
First Season
1958
Team History
Tri-City Apollos (1969)
Michigan Arrows (1968)
Conference/Division
Continental Football League (1968-69)
  • Atlantic Division (1968-69)
Venue
Midland Stadium (1969)
University of Detroit Stadium (1968)
Key People
Players • Head Coaches • Executives


The Tri-City Apollos (referred to in some sources as the Tri-Cities Apollos) were a professional American football team based in Midland, Michigan. They played for two seasons in the Continental Football League.

Publications

Programs by season

1960s

Week Date Opponent Venue
1968
Michigan Arrows
Week 4 September 21 at Charleston Rockets Laidley Field
Week 6 October 5 vs. Norfolk Neptunes University of Detroit Stadium
Week 9 October 26 at Norfolk Neptunes Foreman Field
Week 12 November 16 at Indianapolis Capitols Bush Stadium
1969
Tri-City Apollos
Week 1 August 30 vs. Alabama Hawks Midland Stadium
Week 4 September 20 vs. Ohio Valley Ironmen Midland Stadium
Week 6 October 4 vs. Norfolk Neptunes Midland Stadium
Week 8 October 17 at Jersey Jays Newark Schools Stadium
Week 11 November 8 vs. Jersey Jays Midland Stadium
Week 12 November 15 vs. Chicago Owls Midland Stadium
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