LIVE: XFL Town Hall to Announce Team Cities and Venues

XFL Reveals Team Cities and Venues for 2023 Return — Tickets on Sale

Last week the XFL sent out an email to former Dallas Renegades fans announcing they would be holding a town hall event on the 24th. Shortly after that, the league let everyone know that they would be naming their host cities and venues for their 2023 return during this event.

The XFL also has a press conference setup for Monday, which many expect to hear more details on the Dallas franchise. But, before that, we finally know where the XFL will land in 2o23.

When it comes to cities, the details have been know for a while now. Between leaks and hidden pages on the XFL shop, fans have known where the league was headed. Other than a few leaks in regards to venues, we finally have the full picture.

During the town hall, XFL co-owners Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson and Dany Garcia revealed the big news.

Even befoe they took the stage, big news started to drop. It was revealed that at 8pm ET, reservations for season tickets would go for sale on We knew that we were going to get news on the locations, but nobody expected that we’d anything more than that.

Additionally, once Johnson and Garcia took the stage they also dropped another new nugget. They anticipate to be enaged in the game. Rather than sitting in an owners box, they plan on being on the field during the season.

They also spoke about fans being able to help shape the league. They didn’t give a lot of details around what they entails, but they said more info should be coming in a few weeks.

Then, the host finally, officially, revealed the cities that the XFL would be utilizing in 2o23.


Venue: Choctaw Stadium
Head Coach:
Bob Stoops


Venue: Audi Field
Head Coach:
Reggie Barlow


Venue: TDECU Stadium
Head Coach:
 Wade Phillips

Las Vegas

Venue: TBD
Head Coach:
 Rod Woodson


Venue: Camping World Stadium
Head Coach:
Terrell Buckley

San Antonio

Venue: The Alamodome
Head Coach:
Hines Ward


Venue: Lumen Field
Head Coach:
Jim Haslett

St. Louis

Venue: The Dome
Head Coach:
Anthony Becht

Ultimately, we’re seeing  a mix of cities from the 2001 and 2020 iterations of the XFL. The Las Vegas Stadium is still to be determined, but we expect that to be announced in the near future.

Team names are also still a mystery, and with the owners mentoning that fans will have a say; we could see fans help decide the team idetities. As we learn more on the Las Vegas location and team names, we’ll keep you posted.

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