The XFL has revealed the names and logos of the eight teams that will play in their 2023 season.
The Arlington Renegades, Houston Roughnecks, San Antonio Brahmas, St. Louis BattleHawks, DC Defenders, Orlando Guardians, Seattle Sea Dragons and Vegas Vipers will fight for the XFL title.
In an official press release Monday, the XFL explained that each team’s name and logo was selected to align “with the culture and history of its community.”
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“We couldn’t be more excited to unveil our new team identities. Countless hours of creative sessions and collaboration went into bringing these team brands to life. Each team’s identity represent the fabric of their local community while embodying the vision and ethos of the XFL: they are authentic, vibrant, modern and decidedly bold,” said Dany Garcia, President and Owner. “We look forward to seeing our XFL fans represent their favorite XFL teams this coming season.”
XFL Owner Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson added, “Each of these logos has a unique energy, intensity and electricity that each team and their fans will bring to game day. Now is the time for our fans to support a team – THEIR team – and wear those logos and represent their city with pride.”
“From the beginning, Dany, Gerry and I have wanted to give our fans the very best, and it’s motivating to see our creative vision come to life,” he continued. “We have our cities, our team identities and our rockstar coaches. Now we can fill our rosters with hungry, deserving players who will wear their uniforms with XFL pride.”
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Coaches were named for the league earlier this month. The head coaches for each team are:
– Renegades: Bob Stoops
– The Thugs: Wade Phillips
– Goalkeepers: Terrell Buckley
– Vipers: Rod Woodson
– Brahmas: Hines district
– Sea Dragons: Jim Haslett
– Battle Hawks: Anthony Becht
– Defenders: Reggie Barlow
The XFL’s football operations center will be located in Arlington, Texas at Choctaw Stadium, where the league has “a centralized performance center and multiple training sites for preseason and training in week for the eight teams in the League”.
“This hub model allows players to access full-time on-site support from coaches and athletic training staff, while developing team affinities and community relationships within their markets. local.”
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The XFL season will start on February 18, 2023.