ARLINGTON RENEGADES HOST SEATTLE SEA DRAGONS IN FRIDAY NIGHT XFL ACTION AT CHOCTAW STADIUM
Renegades continue playoff push against Sea Dragons as former Dallas Cowboys QB Ben DiNucci returns to Arlington
Arlington, Texas (March 29, 2023) – The Arlington Renegades (3-3) are set to continue their playoff push against the Seattle Sea Dragons (4-2) in Week 7 of the XFL season on Friday, March 31 at Choctaw Stadium (6 p.m. CT on FX / ESPN+). Playing their second home game in a span of six days, the Renegades will square off against former Dallas Cowboys QB Ben DiNucci, the Seattle signal-caller who is currently the XFL’s leading passer. Tickets are on sale at XFL.com.
Led by legendary head coach Bob Stoops, the Renegades remain in second place in the XFL South division, one game behind the Houston Roughnecks (4-2) and one game ahead of the San Antonio Brahmas (2-4) with four regular season contests remaining. The top two teams in each division advance to the XFL Semifinals.
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO: CONCERT AT AT&T STADIUM
Friday night is a busy one in Arlington, as Taylor Swift will play a concert at AT&T Stadium at 6:30 p.m. Renegades fans are encouraged to arrive early and plan ahead to account for congestion near Choctaw Stadium. Parking lots will open at 3 p.m.
FULL THROTTLE TAILGATE
The Renegades have moved their tailgate experience inside the gates in 2023, as the Full Throttle Tailgate will take place in the Centerfield Plaza area. Fans are encouraged to enter through the Centerfield gates to experience the tailgate festivities.
- The Centerfield gates will open 90 minutes prior to game time (4:30 p.m.) for access to the Full Throttle Tailgate. All other gates will open 60 minutes prior to kickoff (5 p.m.).
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