|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.