Dwayne Johnson

The XFL on Sunday unveiled eight markets where teams will play after the league opens in the spring of 2023.

Dwayne Johnson

The XFL on Sunday unveiled eight markets where teams will play after the league opens in the spring of 2023.

Danny Garcia and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson made the announcement at an XFL townhall in Arlington, Texas, a few months before the rebooted league.

Arlington, Houston, Orlando, Las Vegas, San Antonio, Seattle, St. Louis and Washington were named as host sites. Bob Stoops will coach Arlington,

Wade Phillips will coach Houston, Terrell Buckley will coach Orlando, Rod Woodson will coach Las Vegas, Hines Ward will coach San Antonio, 

Jim Haslett will coach Seattle, Anthony Bach will coach St. Louis and Reggie Barlow will coach. The coach will. Washington.

Johnson said: "As Danny, Gary Cardinale and I put pen to paper to rebuild this league, one of the first things we identified as one of the most

important components to making the XFL successful was the selection of prestigious cities and for our teams. places."

For each community to join the rally of their chosen team, to support and cheer on these players and their families who will be representing each city.

We are working on a bright, new logo and innovative uniforms that match the dynamic and innovative vision of our league. 

We can't wait to share the fans' excitement once they meet their new 'home team'. We'll see you at kickoff."