Following the team’s victory over the Monterrey Flash in the Major Arena Soccer League championship game, the Baltimore Blast are hosting a party to celebrate their three consecutive league titles at SECU Arena this Friday at 7 p.m.
It is the 10th championship in franchise history.
Team owner Ed Hale, president and general manager Kevin Healey, head coach Danny Kelly, assistant coach David Bascome and Blast players will be joined by Towson University athletic director Tim Leonard to toast the 2017-2018 season.
Kelly and goalie William Vanzela, who took home MVP honors, will address the fans. And attendees can pose for pictures with the Ron Newman Cup trophy.
Admission and parking are free. Fans are advised to only park in Lot 21 and enter through Gate 2.
Concession stands will be open and selling food and beverages, and Blast merchandise will also be on offer. The team will be taking orders for championship merch and holding an auction of game-worn red jerseys.
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