ARLINGTON RENEGADES TRAVEL TO FACE ST. LOUIS BATTLEHAWKS IN WEEK 4 OF XFL SEASON ON SUNDAY, MARCH 12
ARLINGTON, Texas (March 10, 2023) – The Arlington Renegades (2-1) travel to face the St. Louis Battlehawks (2-1) in Week 4 of the XFL season on Sunday, March 12 at The Dome at America’s Center (3 p.m. CT on ESPN2 / Streaming on ESPN+). Led by legendary head coach Bob Stoops, the Renegades are in second place in the XFL South division behind the first-place Houston Roughnecks (3-0). The top two teams in each division will advance to the XFL Playoffs following the 10-game regular season.
BACK ON THE ROAD
Arlington will be the visiting team for the Battlehawks’ home opener on Sunday in one of the most highly-anticipated games of the XFL campaign. St. Louis will be looking to surpass its own 29,554 mark (February 23, 2020 vs. New York Guardians) for the highest attendance since the league returned to action in 2020. The Renegades are 0-1 on the road this season after dropping a 23-14 decision to the Houston Roughnecks on February 26 at TDECU Stadium.
WATCH PARTY IN ARLINGTON
The Renegades are hosting a local watch party at Dave & Buster’s in Arlington (425 Curtis Mathes Way, Arlington, TX 76018). Fans will have the opportunity to watch the game, participate in raffles and giveaways, and enjoy special ticket offerings for the team’s remaining home games on March 26 (vs. San Antonio), March 31 (vs. Seattle), and April 23 (vs. Houston). Dave & Buster’s will be serving a special Arlington Renegades-themed blue drink. The event begins at 2 p.m. CT and kickoff is scheduled for 3 p.m. CT.
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