SALISBURY, Md. – The Major Arena Soccer League 3 (MASL) has announced that a new franchise has been awarded to Salisbury. Salisbury will now join Westminster, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Fredericksburg, and two Virginia teams in the league. 

The new team will reportedly play home games at the Crown Sports Center in Fruitland. A “name-the-team” contest for the new franchise will reportedly be held in the coming weeks.

Josh Danza, who also owns the Baltimore Kings team within the league, will be the owner of the franchise. 

“We’re very pleased to welcome Salisbury into M3. Josh is an excellent owner who is a great promoter of the sport,” M3 Commissioner Chris Economides said. ” His commitment to the indoor game, both the arena game and futsal, is impressive to say the least. He has a passion and proven track record on and off the field already and great partners already on board in Salisbury. It’s another great step in the professional, positive advancement of America’s true indoor soccer pyramid to develop players, officials and owners  in helping grow the game the right way.”

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