XFL and ESPN Update Game Times and Networks for Multiple Games
The XFL today announced updates to its 2023 schedule in partnership with The Walt Disney Company and ESPN, the exclusive broadcast partner of the XFL.
- Thursday, March 16: Houston Roughnecks vs. Seattle Sea Dragons at Lumen Field is now scheduled for 10:30 pm ET/7:30 pm PT and will be broadcast on ESPN
- Saturday, March 25: Seattle Sea Dragons vs. Orlando Guardians at Camping World Stadium is now scheduled for 1 pm ET/10 am PT and will be broadcast on ABC
- Monday, March 27: Houston Roughnecks vs. D.C. Defenders at Audi Field, scheduled for 7 p.m. ET/6 p.m. CT, will now be broadcast on ESPN2
All 43 XFL games (40 regular season games, two playoffs, one championship) are featured on a combination of ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN Deportes, and FX.
All XFL games are streamed on ESPN+ in the US and simulcast in 142 countries worldwide.
The eight XFL teams are split into two divisions: XFL North (D.C. Defenders, Seattle Sea Dragons, St. Louis Battlehawks, Vegas Vipers) and XFL South (Arlington Renegades, Houston Roughnecks, Orlando Guardians, San Antonio Brahmas).
For more information on the 2023 schedule and broadcast details, please visit www.xfl.com/schedule.
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The XFL is a fan-first, fast-paced global professional football league with innovative rules and an enhanced 360-degree game experience. Anchored in world-class football, the XFL brings entertainment and innovation to advance the sport, expand player opportunities, and change the way that fans experience the game. The XFL has eight teams in Arlington (TX), Houston (TX), Las Vegas (NV), Orlando (FL), San Antonio (TX), Seattle (WA), St. Louis (MO), and Washington D.C. The XFL is owned by Dany Garcia, Dwayne Johnson, and Gerry Cardinale’s RedBird Capital Partners and launched in February 2023.