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XFL cities, venues and potential expansion sites reportedly named

The eight cities and venues for the relaunched XFL season in 2020 have been inadvertently revealed on the upstart American Football league’s website.

They are reported to be: Dallas (Globe Life Park), Los Angeles (StubHub Center), New York (MetLife Stadium), St Louis (Dome at America’s Center), Seattle (CenturyLink Field), Tampa (Raymond James Stadium) and Washington DC (Audi Field). Houston will be another host city and its venue is believed to be the BBVA Compass Stadium or TDECU Stadium.

Meanwhile, 13 other cities have had XFL domain names registered, indicating possible expansion locations. They are: Atlanta, Austin, Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit, Kansas City, Minnesota, Nashville, Orlando, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh and San Francisco.

Full details will be revealed at a press conference at the MetLife Stadium on Wednesday.

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