|Based in||Plymouth, Michigan|
|Colors||red, gold, black|
|League||Xtreme Soccer League|
The Detroit Ignition is a dormant American indoor soccer team that has played three seasons, most recently 2008-09.
In April 2006, Greg Bibb, president of Hantz Group Sports and Entertainment, introduced the teams as a new Major Indoor Soccer League expansion team. They played at the Compuware Sports Arena in Plymouth Township, Michigan. Their first season was 2006–07 MISL season.
After the 2007-08 MISL season, the league folded. Soon afterwards, the Ignition joined the Xtreme Soccer League. The Ignition ended the 2008-09 campaign in first place which netted them the XSL title. The XSL went on "hiatus" after one season.
|Year||League||Reg. Season||Playoffs||Attendance Average|
|2006–07||MISL II||1st MISL, 18-12||Lost Final||3,545|
|2007–08||MISL II||1st MISL, 22–8||Lost Semifinal||3,745|
|2008–09||XSL||1st XSL, 12-8||Won XSL Championship||3,473|
As of 16th of January, 2009 Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
- Compuware Arena (2006–09)
For the 2007–2008 season, 11 Detroit Ignition games were televised by Comcast Local, a Midwest sports network based in Michigan and Indiana. Also four games were shown on Fox Soccer Channel. For the 2008-2009 season, 10 Detroit Ignition games were televised by Comcast Local. All games were live on b2 Network.