by Jeff Husted

KANSAS CITY (September 18, 2017) – The Kansas City Comets, in conjunction with the Major Arena Soccer League (MASL), remain set to play in the 2017-2018 season and beyond. The Comets were reborn in 2010 and have been one of the most successful teams in arena soccer since then.

The Comets, under the local ownership of Brian Budzinski, have also announced a partnership agreement with a sports management group to provide support for the franchise. This group specializes in helping teams at this level grow their business and be successful in an ever-competitive sports market.

“The Comets have meant something special to me and this city for many years,” said Budzinski. “I’m excited to be able to continue bringing Hot Winter Nights to the fans, young and old, that have stuck with us and grown up cheering on the Comets. I can’t wait to hear Midnight Express again as the team comes out for another championship run”

The Comets are excited to move forward towards the eighth season at the Silverstein Eye Centers Arena, and despite news reports regarding previous ownership withholding funds, the team will honor all previously sold season tickets. The team has already begun the process of hiring a new coach, signing players and bringing new sponsor partners onboard.

The team will hold a press conference in the next two weeks with more announcements about the upcoming season.