2023 XFL Championship Game live stream, start time, how to watch on TV
This American Football game will televise nationally on ABC and a live stream is available on FuboTV. Find out how to watch the 2023 XFL Championship Game on (5/13/2023).
The 2023 XFL Championship Game between the Arlington Renegades (4-6) and the DC Defenders (9-1) is scheduled to take place at Alamodome Stadium in San Antonio, TX. On Saturday, May 13, at 8:00 PM ET.
2023 XFL Championship Game Details:
- Date: Saturday, May 13, 2023
- Start time: 8:00 PM ET
- Stadium: Alamodome Stadium, San Antonio
- Live streaming: FuboTV
- TV Channel: ABC
When is XFL Championship Game in 2023?
The XFL Championship Game 2023 will battle Arlington Renegades vs DC Defenders on Sat, May 13. The San Antonio Brahmas home stadium Alamodome will host the game. It has a capacity of 64,000.
What time is XFL Championship Game 2023?
The 2023 XFL Championship Game is kick-off at 8:00 p.m. ET and 5 PM PT. The ABC Network will air the game on May 13.
How to stream the XFL Championship Game 2023?
DC Defenders vs Arlington Renegades to play in the XFL Championship 2023 will air on nationally ABC and ESPN+. You can watch and live stream the 2023 XFL Championship game on USA’s best TV streaming services like DIRECTV STREAM, FuboTV, Sling TV, Hulu + Live TV, and YouTube TV. You need a premium or free trial subscription to access the matchup via local TV channels using your compatible devices.
Renegades vs Roughnecks final score:
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Arlington Renegades were victorious over the Houston Roughnecks 26-11 on Mon, April 29. And the Renegades advanced to meet DC Defenders for the XFL Championship game 2023. Luis Perez scored 289 passing yards, and 13 rushing yards, and completed 3 touchdowns. De’Veon Smith added 94 rushing yards and had 0 touchdowns. JaVonta Payton scored 121 receiving yards and had 2 touchdowns.
Defenders vs Sea Dragons final score:
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DC Defenders won their divisional championship game over the Seattle Sea Dragons by 37-21 on April 30. And the Defenders move to the championship game on May 13. Ben DiNucci scored 295 passing yards, and 16 rushing yards, and completed 3 touchdowns. Juwan Green added 89 receiving yards and had 2 touchdowns.