New York - MetLife Stadium
Head Coach/GM - Kevin Gilbride
St Louis - The Dome at America's Center
Head Coach/GM - Jon Hayes
Tampa Bay - Raymond James Stadium
Head Coach/GM - Marc Trestman
Washington DC - Audi Field
Head Coach/GM - Pep Hamilton
Dallas - Globe Life Park
Head Coach/GM - Bob Stoops
Houston - TDECU Stadium
Head Coach/GM - June Jones
Los Angeles - Dignity Health Sports Park
Head Coach/GM - Winston Moss
Seattle - CenturyLink Field
Head Coach/GM - Jim Zorn
Just outside of New York City in East Rutherford, New Jersey is MetLife Stadium. Currently housing the NFL's New York Giants and New York Jets it has the largest capacity of all 8 sites at 82,500.
The Dome at America's Center is a multi-use stadium that once housed the St. Louis Rams until their move to Los Angeles after the 2015 season. It opened in 1995 and can hold almost 67,000.
Two previous Super Bowls have called Raymond James Stadium home. Opening in 1998 primarily for the NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the stadium is also home field for the University of South Florida Bulls.
Located In Washington DC and home stadium for DC United of MLS, Audi Field is the newest facility of the 8 XFL sites, opening in 2018 and holding 20,000 people.
Globe Life Park opened in 1994 as a baseball stadium for the Texas Rangers. It is located in Arlington, TX just west of downtown Dallas. The stadium's lower stands will undergo extensive renovations for 2020 football. Seating capacity is currently 48,000 but may be altered during XFL upgrade.
Home of the University of Houston Cougars football team. TDECU Stadium opened with the 2014 NCAA college football season. The stadium has won several architectural awards in the short time it has been operating. Capacity is 40,000 with designs for future permanent expansion to 60,000.
Dignity Health Sports Park is located on the campus of California State University just south of Los Angeles. Its main tenant is the LA Galaxy Major League Soccer. It was opened in 2003 and holds 27,000 spectators.
Next to downtown Seattle and also home to the Seattle Seahawks and Seattle Sounders is CenturyLink Field. It can hold 69,000 people and is the loudest stadium ever recorded by Guinness World Records.