FAQ

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Where will fans be able to watch XFL games?
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Why is the XFL launching?
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What does it mean when the XFL speaks about reimagining football?
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When will the first XFL game kickoff?
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How many games will be played, and what’s the postseason structure?
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Where will the XFL teams play?
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How can I reserve season tickets for the 2020 season?
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What are the benefits of being a season ticket holder?
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Where can I buy official merchandise for my XFL team?
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Have team names been determined?
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How big will team rosters be?
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When does the league expect to sign its first players?
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Will players be tested for illicit drugs and PEDs?
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How concerned is the XFL about player health and safety?
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Is the XFL trying to compete with the NFL or college football?
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Can XFL players leave and sign with an NFL team?
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Can agents of players and coaches register their clients with the XFL for available positions?
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How should players or coaches apply for an on-field position with the XFL?
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How do I apply for a corporate job with the XFL?
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Who owns and runs the XFL?
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Will teams be owned by the league or will teams be owned and run by independent entities?
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I have additional questions not addressed by this FAQ. How can I contact the XFL?
WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO “REIMAGINE” FOOTBALL?
It means what you think it means: Less stall, more ball. See how we’re making that happen in a big way starting in 2020.
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