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New Minor League Malden Football Team Seeks Talent

The Boston Freedom Fighters is looking to round out it's roster with two combines at MacDonald stadium. The team plans to play seven home games in the city during their inaugural season.

Note: The following was submitted by the Boston Freedom Fighters

The Boston Freedom Fighters (BFF) will be hosting two combines to help round out their roster. The combines will be on Saturday, January 26, 2013 and on Saturday, February 16, 2013.

They will take place at MacDonald Stadium on Pearl Street in Malden, MA. Registration will begin at 8:30 am and the combine will begin at 10 am. The cost to attend the combine is $60 if the players pre-register online at www.bostonfreedomfighters.com and $80 the day of the event.

The Freedom Fighters first game will be March 30. The Boston Freedom Fighters require that all males who attend the combines be between the ages of 21-29. The team is looking to fill a 50-man roster and a 10-man practice squad.

The Boston Freedom Fighters are part of the newly created National Spring Football League (NSFL). The NSFL is developmental league that will begin play in the spring of 2013.  As a developmental league the first priority will be to help develop the players to and market them to the National Football League. The NSFL is excited to field eight competitive football teams and provide a fun, affordable family atmosphere across the country.

The Boston Freedom Fighters have hired former New England Patriot Patrick Pass as Head Coach. Several fellow former New England Patriots and NFL players will join Pass as part of his staff. These coaches bring with them a wealth of playing experience gathered from many years of playing college and professional football.

Malden businessman William Spadafora is the President of the organization and Salem native Sean Stellato will be the Vice President/General Manager the Boston Freedom Fighters.

For more information contact Mark Lawhorne at 781-530-6464 or via mlawhorne@bostonfreedomfighters.com.

david mokal January 20, 2013 at 11:36 PM
@ Mark they thrive on negativity. Anything thats good is not good to them. A ball feild puts Malden right on the map. Im for it.
AppleBottom02148 January 21, 2013 at 12:17 PM
I am for it, but I don't think city money should be used to fund ANY of it. I said above it could be a fun family night out. Prime location, parking, nice field. I have no problems, but just don't like when city money is used and then a year later it a OH BY THE WAY kinda thing.
jirkyrick January 21, 2013 at 02:52 PM
I said I was for it and will go to the games, but this city has been run into the ground by the same families running it for decades for their personal profit, how can one not be skeptical. I am big supporter of the new baseball stadium as well. The best part is at least it's not soccer
Gene Pinkham January 21, 2013 at 07:28 PM
The stadium was made available for sports activities other then Malden School's and Youth leagues. This is Tier Five and pays a premium price. Mr. Spadafora came before the Stadium Commission as was his right to do. He could have played at Hormel or Dilboy which actually have better facilities but he wanted it to be in Malden. Stadium Commission meetings are subject to Open Meeting Laws.

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