If you’re a football fan, weekends can be a bit of a downer when there are no NFL games to watch. Fortunately, the new XFL season has arrived and is the perfect way to help bridge the gap between NFL seasons!
While it may not have the same level of prestige as the NFL, the XFL is a great way to get your football fix on the weekends and enjoy the thrill of the game. And there is no better time to dive into the action as the new season has only just begun. The XFL has lined up an exciting game for fans this Saturday. Here’s who will be playing, when the game will kick off, and how you can watch!
XFL schedule today, February 25
- Matchup: DC Defenders vs Vegas Vipers
- Location: Cashman Field in Las Vegas, Nevada
Tonight the Defenders and Vipers will face off in what should be an exciting game between division opponents. The Defenders’ season is off to a strong start following their Week 1 win, while the Vipers are looking to pick up their first victory of the season before their season starts to slip away. The end result should be an exciting game for viewers at home!
What time is the DC Defenders vs Vegas Vipers XFL game tonight?
- Date: Saturday, Feb. 25, 2023
- Time: 7:00 p.m. ET
Today’s XFL game will unfold this evening with a kickoff for the DC Defenders vs Vegas Vipers scheduled at 7 p.m. ET. This has become standard for evening XFL games and is a perfect way to cap off Saturday night!
What channel is the XFL game today on?
- Game: DC Defenders vs Vegas Vipers
- TV Channel: FX, ESPN+
Today’s XFL game between the Defenders and Vipers will be available to watch on FX, which is one of the many networks under the Disney umbrella which is being used to broadcast this year’s XFL games!
XFL live stream for Defenders vs Vipers
If you’re hoping to be able to stream today’s game between the DC Defenders vs Vegas Vipers, you can do so via ESPN+, which is the primary home for XFL games. The game will also be airing on FX meaning you can access the channel on FuboTV, Hulu + LiveTV, DIRECTV STREAM, Sling TV, and any other providers you’re subscribed to that offer FX.