The Wait Is Over! The XFL finally releases the jerseys each will have for home and visiting, they don’t disappoint! Also, take a look at each home team’s game ball, they are made with XFL technology for giving quarterbacks a better grip on the ball. Their technology features added X’s instead of dots on the football so it doesn’t slip out, along with each point of the football having painted X’s so receivers can locate the ball easier.

You won’t be disappointed! Here they are:


This is the DC Defenders, red and white are their primary colors.

Inspired by a tradition of service and sacrifice, this team stands tall on the shoulders of giants. Blazoned with the red of the DC flag and our Founding Fathers’ coat of arms: marching ever forward, a force united, with fiery resolve. They are the white of our sacred monuments: iconic, imposing, unconquerable and unyielding. They are star-spangled and lightning-striped, seeking glory through grit, and victory through valor. This is one team, with one quest, and one purpose. These are the DC Defenders. #TakingTheirStand in February 2020.


Seattle Dragons

The Dragons’ uniforms reflect the team’s primary colors of navy, green, and orange.

Emerging from the turbulent seas of the Puget Sound comes a team fashioned to inspire fear. Born beneath the murky skies, they are devils in deep blue, shrouded in the dark indigo mists of some ancient abyss. Their wings are covered in scales of green, like an emerald monster. Their flame-licked tails are the incandescent orange of a fire-breathing beast. These are the Seattle Dragons. #BreathingFire in February 2020.


St. Louis Battlehawks

The BattleHawks’ uniforms reflect the team’s primary colors of royal, grey and navy.

This is a team born and raised in St. Louis, ready for its maiden flight. Winged warriors, preparing to fight; they attack as one. With a streak of blue, and a flash of chrome; this is metal, muscle, and a mandate to win at all costs. Featuring a blade of iron and wings of blue steel, this is STL proud. These are the St. Louis BattleHawks. #ClearedToEngage in February 2020.


Houston Roughnecks

The Roughnecks’ uniforms reflect the team’s primary colors of red, navy and grey.

Forged from the fires of the oil fields comes a team that labors deep in the trenches. Resolute and rippling with heat, they toil in a red as fiery as a flaming flare stack. Theirs is the metallic chrome of power plants and pipelines, manufacturing and machinery, of mercenaries in the muck. It’s a blue so dark and deep, it shimmers and shines like Texas crude in the midday sun. These are the scratching, grinding, never-bending few. These are the Houston Roughnecks. #WorkingForHTown in February 2020.


Dallas Renegades

The Renegades’  uniforms reflect the team’s primary colors of black, light blue and red.

Born from a rebel spirit and a Lone Star swagger comes a team that blew in like the dust off a Texas tornado. It’s as black as leather: badass, brazen, and bad-to-the-bone. It’s as blue as the North Texas sky: big, bold, and boundless; beyond limitation. It’s red-eyed and relentless, fiery and fearless, unconventional and untamed. It’s outlaws, outliers, and outsiders. These are the Dallas Renegades. #RaisingHell in February 2020.


Tampa Bay Vipers

The Vipers’ uniforms reflect the team’s primary colors of green, gold and white. Below are details on the uniform features as well as the descriptive inspiration for the team’s look:

This is a team that slithered out of prehistoric Gulf Coast swamps, demons born in darkness. In the shadows they wait, sheathed in skins of dark green scales, with a venomous hiss, and a dangerous charm. Their flickering tails shine like a glimmer of green, swift and serpentine. Their grip is inescapable. Their bite, unavoidable. With hoods crowned by fangs of gold, they stalk their competition in cold blood, luring all who challenge them into the jaws of defeat. These are the Tampa Bay Vipers. #ReadyToStrike in February 2020.


New York Guardians

The Guardians’ uniforms reflect the team’s primary colors of black, grey and red.

This is the grey of concrete and steel, and sentries carved in stone; watchdogs over the metropolis. This is the red of fiery eyes and ferocious teeth, and the burning ambition of everyday heroes. This is the black of shielded streets standing guard, and a city that never sleeps. These are the New York Guardians. #OnDuty February 2020.


Los Angeles Wildcats

This is the Los Angeles Wildcats black, orange, red-and-rough, check-out-those-claw-marks uniform.

This is a team made in LA, let loose from the canyons into the land of bright lights. This beast is unleashed far from the flash and fame, prowling the southland’s back alleys in search of its prey. Its coat is as black as the dead of night, with orange-hued highlights like the golden glow of a Pacific sunset. It leaves its mark with blood-red claws. This is a primal predator, ready to pounce. This is showtime with a snarl. This is our time to roar. The Los Angeles Wildcats. #Unleashed February 2020.


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