Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and no facility to play in, at this time we will not be playing the 2020-2021 season. After trying to play at Towson University, Essex Community College, and various stadiums at other colleges and local high schools with our indoor field, we have not been successful. If anything changes quickly, whether it is a vaccine or a playing facility, the Baltimore Blast will play.

We appreciate our fans and sponsors in this difficult time. Our players, coaches, and management are very disappointed and hoping that we can bring you our exciting brand of soccer and entertainment soon. Our staff will be reaching out to our season ticket holders in the coming days to discuss their seat plan. The health of our fans, players, staff, and sponsors are our top priority.

We will still be holding our 2021 Summer Soccer Camps and you will have your favorite Blast players at the camp locations and while we navigate the unknown of this season, please know that we are already planning the 2021-2022 season that will start in November.

WE CAN’T WAIT TO PLAY!

5 thoughts on “The 2020 – 2021 Season”

  1. So what is going to happen to the season ticket holders that already paid. Will that carry onto the 2021-2022 season or will we have pay again.

  2. Appreciate the updates. The world is crazy, and we understand patience is needed. All of us Blast fans, look forward to the day when we can again see our team in action. Until then, stay safe, and know Blast fans will be ready when it is safe for our team to return to competition. God bless!!

  3. Love the Blast.! They are an integral part of the Baltimore sports landscape and our community. I’m looking forward to a return of the halcyon days when the Blast played in front of tremendous raucous crowds, and had intense rivalries with Cleveland, St. Louis and San Diego. The Blast have always fielded a competitive team, which has inspired a glorious winning tradition.

    1. Mark Meszaros

      Good morning,

      Sorry for the delay in getting back with you on your question. We will be following all CDC guidelines and the guidelines set in place by state and local government. Last summer we did temperature checks, had sanitizer on site at each camp as well as keeping the campers as socially distant as possible. If we couldn’t have them distant then mask were worn. Our coaches wore mask the entire camp as well. Hope this answers your question. Have a great day.

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