There will be another professional sports team to cheer for in Flint this fall.

The Detroit Waza Flo announced their relocation to the Dort Federal Event Center at a news conference on Tuesday morning. The Major Arena Soccer League team is owned by Dominic Scicluna who plays for the team, and also had a hand in bringing the World Cup of Arena Soccer to Flint earlier this year. Prior to owning the Waza Flo, Scicluna and his family owned the Detroit Rockers franchise in the 80s before selling it to the Ilitch family.

According to ABC 12, the team will play a ten game home schedule with the opener coming Friday, November 6th against the Harrison Heat.

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