The Guardians will play in the South Division. Their division rivals are the San Antonio Brahmas, Houston Roughnecks, and the Arlington Renegades. Obviously, Orlando is the odd man out with these three Texas-based squads they get to call division rivals. But they’ll look to keep Florida supremacy alive in this spread.
With no further delay, here is the Orlando Guardians XFL 2023 schedule:
The Guardians will kick their 2023 season off on the road against the Houston Rednecks. The season opener will take place on Saturday, February 18 at 8:30 PM eastern time. ESPN and FX will be broadcasting this matchup.
They’ll have their home opener in week 2 against the San Antonio Bahamas on February 26th before traveling to Arlington the following week to take on the Renegades in week 3. In week 4 they’ll return home to play the Rednecks again in their second divisional game in three weeks.
In week 5 they’ll travel to Las Vegas to take on the Vipers in a late-night inter-division showdown. That game will kick off at 10:30 PM EST, so Floridians will have to stay up late to watch that game on March 18th. Following this road game, they’ll have a three-week homestand facing the likes of the Seattle Sea Dragons, the DC Defenders (a popular team in the 2020 rendition of the XFL), and the divisional rival Renegades.
They’ll finish off the season on the road, meeting the Brahmas on April 15th, and then close out the season in St. Louis to take on the Battlehawks on the 22nd.
If everything goes to plan for head coach Terrell Buckley and his staff, those last few games will certainly have major playoff implications. The XFL Playoffs kick off on April 29, and the XFL Championship Game is slated for May 13.
Guardians fans can now purchase season ticket packages by visiting https://www.xfl.com/tickets. Single-game tickets are on sale now!
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