PROFESSIONAL INDOOR FOOTBALL LANDS IN MORRIS COUNTY FOR THE 2025 SEASON

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MORRISTOWN, MENNEN SPORTS ARENA SELECTED BY THE ENTERTAINMENT FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION
Dover, NJ: From the amazing facilities of the Dover Sportsplex today, league officials including ENTFLA Commissioner, and Hall-of-Famer Andre Reed formally announced that the Entertainment Football Association has selected Morris County, New Jersey, and Mennen Sports Arena as its third location for its inaugural 2025 season.
The ENTFLA will launch a very unique professional football and concert series in each community in which the league plays starting in late May of 2025. Each team including Morristown, NJ; Danbury, CT; Fitchburg, MA; along with a fourth community to be announced next month, will host 4 games in addition to traveling for four additional contests. The regular season will be rounded out with a ninth game being played between two ENTFLA teams in a neutral site identified for its potential to serve as a future expansion community. Two rounds of playoffs will follow in early August after the regular season concludes in late July. Additional sites for the three remaining 2025 inaugural season teams have been identified and will be announced over the coming several months with the league retaining ownership of all teams.

The impressive level of football will include former Division I and III college players (some who may have also earned NFL playing experience) looking to extend their playing careers and hoping to catch the eye of scouts from higher levels of football including the CFL, UFL, and of course, the NFL. Unique rules designed to further engage fans such as the 7 on 7 format with a reduced play clock and no huddles to leave fans wanting more, and the elimination of kicking forcing teams to “go for it” on fourth down and try for two-point conversion are all part of this new league. But it is much more than football! From pre-game tailgate parties, to acrobatic and thrilling halftime acts, to the post game autograph sessions giving fans an opportunity to meet players, cheerleaders, and coaches after each contest right on the field… this is true entertainment! Perhaps the best part will be the high-level concerts that will proceed each game right on the field! “No reason to head out after the two-hour, near-NFL quality football game because a nationally recognized music act will be up next!”, explained league founder Douglas Freeman.

League officials also called upon the community to assist in naming the team. “This is Morris County’s team, we want the people of this community to name it, stated league commissioner Andre Reed, “We love this community, it’s arena, and the people who run them so we look forward to making this team and these events something that Morris County is proud of.”

Season tickets were also put on sale today where a small deposit will guarantee fans first pick of seat locations for both the football games and the concerts. Just like the name-the-team contest, more information can be found by visiting GOENTFLA.com.