If you’ll be suffering from football withdrawals after the Super Bowl on February 2nd, 2020, then the XFL will quickly be there for you in your time of need.
After having its draft and full roster announced for each of the eight franchises last week, the league announced its 2020 schedule on Tuesday.
The Dallas Renegades, coached by former Oklahoma Sooners legend Bob Stoops, will open their inaugural season at home on Sunday, February 9th, 2020 against the St. Louis BattleHawks. The game will also mark the debut for Globe Life Park as a home for professional football/soccer games as the Renegades and North Texas Soccer Club of the United Soccer League One unveiled their plans last week for the renovations to the former home of the Texas Rangers in order to host both organizations’ home games in 2020 and beyond.
New home, who dis?
— 🏆 – North Texas SC (@northtexasSC) October 17, 2019
With just eight franchises in the XFL for its first revival season, the Renegades will be playing a ten game slate in 2020. With the league being divided into two conferences (Dallas will be in the West along with Los Angeles, Seattle and Houston), each team will be playing two games against their fellow division mates and then one game against the four teams in the opposite conference.
— Dallas Renegades (@XFLRenegades) October 22, 2019
An interesting note about the 2020 edition of the XFL schedule is that games will be played on Saturdays, Sundays and eventually Thursdays later in the season. Dallas will play in both of the league’s primetime games on Thursday nights on FOX on April 2nd in Houston and then April 9th in Arlington. With ten games fit into two months, there is no in-season bye week for teams.
Season tickets are already available for the Renegades 2020 season with packages starting as low as $100 for all five home games. Single game tickets will go on sale this Thursday and can be purchased at XFL.com/tickets.
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