The Horsemen of the first American Football League played their home games in Brooklyn's Commercial Field. Coached by Eddie McNeely, the Horsemen got their name after McNeely signed Elmer Layden and Harry Stuhldreher, two of Notre Dame's legendary "Four Horsemen." On November 7, 1926, the Horsemen played their last AFL game against the New York Yankees, and then merged with their cousins, the Brooklyn Lions, to finish the season in the NFL as the Brooklyn Horsemen.
100% cotton men's tee with a classic cut for superb comfort, fit and feel. Available in Vintage Maroon.