Play in Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium
in Memphis, Tennessee
Alliance of American Football (2019–present)
|Team colors||Red, blue & white|
|General manager||Will Lewis|
|Head coach||Mike Singletary|
|League championships (0)|
|Conference championships ()|
|Division championships (0)|
The Memphis Express is a professional American football team based in Memphis, Tennessee and a charter team of the Alliance of American Football.  It was the third of eight teams announced for the new league, which is set to play in February 2019.  They will play in Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium  and will be coached by former National Football League player and head coach Mike Singletary. 
The Alliance of American Football announced the awarding of the third inaugural league team, Alliance Memphis, on May 4, 2018.  This announcement was followed by the May 10, 2018 announcement of Mike Singletary as the team's head coach. 
On July 30, 2018, the Alliance announced team Memphis had signed its first 29 players.  On September 20, the league announced four eastern inaugural franchises' names and logos including Memphis as the Memphis Express.  The name is derived from Memphis' significance as a mail and cargo transport city, with an airplane being featured in the logo. 
On January 4, 2019, training camp will open in San Antonio.  The teams' season opener will be February 9, 2019  at Legion Field against the Birmingham Iron, while the first home game will be against the Arizona Hotshots during week 2. 
|1||February 10, 2019||Birmingham Iron||Legion Field|||
|2||February 16, 2019||Arizona Hotshots||Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium|
|3||February 23, 2019||Orlando Apollos||Spectrum Stadium|
|4||March 2, 2019||San Diego Fleet||Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium|
|5||March 10, 2019||Atlanta Legends||Georgia State Stadium|
|6||March 16, 2019||Salt Lake Stallions||Rice–Eccles Stadium|
|7||March 24, 2019||Birmingham Iron||Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium|
|8||March 30, 2019||Orlando Apollos|
|9||April 6, 2019||San Antonio Commanders||Alamodome|
|10||April 13, 2019||Atlanta Legends||Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium|
Memphis Express staff
The Express' assigned area, which designates player rights, includes the following colleges: 
National Football League (NFL)
Canadian Football League (CFL)
Memphis Express roster
Roster updated November 28, 2018
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