XFL Unveils Eight Cities, Venues for Teams to Launch in February 2020

XFL Unveils Eight Cities, Venues for Teams to Launch in February 2020

XFL Unveils Eight Cities, Venues for Teams to Launch in February 2020

He then introduced Vince McMahon.

All eight XFL teams will have the same roster budget.

The refurbished XFL falls under the auspices of McMahon's Alpha Entertainment.

Luck said the games will feature a shorter play clock compared to the National Football League and conclude in less than three hours. The XFL returns on February 8th and 9th of 2020. Vince spoke of the use of digital and social media. He introduced XFL Commissioner Oliver Luck.

Luck stressed that the XFL will be "football reimagined" with "less stall, more ball". They want speed with modified officiating and a faster play clock. He wants a crisp game that takes less than three hours. They are establishing health and wellness policies with a health board. He also confirmed that the league will be testing for performance enhancing drugs, and is working with a world class panel of doctors and medical professionals to craft the best regulations possible. There are plans to test their ideas in Texas this spring. Luck also emphasized that they want to keep ticket prices low for families. They want fans to have access to players and coaches. He said there will be an app that will serve as the central hub for the league. The players will get insurance coverage.

"New Jersey couldn't be happier to be one of the eight host sites for the XFL's 2020 revival season", Gov. Phil Murphy said at the news conference. The goal is to announce them in the first quarter of 2019.

The NFL Cardinals played in St. Louis from 1960 to 1987 before relocating to Arizona. The league will fully implement gambling in all states where it is legal. Luck said they are confident that game will be available on multiple platforms when they launch in 2020. The league lasted just one season. The team's name was not announced.

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