2:12 PM PT -- We just spoke with Austin Ekeler about teaming up with Druski ... and he can't wait to start working towards another championship!!
Ekeler says he agrees with Druski -- their squad can absolutely run it back in 2022 ... saying they're going to be as focused as ever to make it happen.
There's a new team owner in the Fan Controlled Football league ... and it's none other than comedian and internet superstar Druski!!
TMZ Sports has learned ... Drew Desbordes and Altered State Machine are joining NFL star Austin Ekeler and the Bachelorette franchise's Rachel Lindsay as owners of the Wild Aces -- the reigning champs from FCF's inaugural season.
Of course, the FCF is an indoor football league completely controlled by fans ... with teams owned by names like Marshawn Lynch, Quavoand more.
We spoke with Druski about the major business move ... and while he's known for being a funny guy, he makes it clear he's taking his new position seriously.
"With ownership comes a lot of equity," he says. "I'm bringing some special talent to this year's league."
In fact, Druski says he's hearing legends like Terrell Owens and Michael Vick could suit up for the FCF next season ... and he's had talks with league owners about the possibility.
"This is a real possible thing."
Druski says he's met with players on the Wild Aces -- which will be going through a rebrand, BTW -- and their reaction to his appearance was overwhelmingly positive.
But don't get it twisted -- Druski says he's getting involved to WIN ... and will stop at nothing to prevent his team from losing.
"Before I joined the team, they already won the championship last year," he says. "Not to bandwagon, but we all about Ws, we're all about wins, baby."
"So we're going for it all, man. They called me up for a reason. They understood that even if we did have wins, we needed somebody as powerful as Druski to come in and take over."