XFL Reveals Uniforms for 2020 Season and They're Pretty Sick

The XFL has revealed their uniforms for the 2020 season that begins in February.
The XFL has revealed their uniforms for the 2020 season that begins in February. /

The XFL's rosters and schedule have already been released, and now the final missing piece has been settled: the uniforms.

On Tuesday, the XFL revealed what threads each team will be donning for the upcoming 2020 season, which officially begins on Feb. 8.

To get even more amped for the league's reintroduction, let's take a closer look at each of the eight team's unis, shall we?

First up, we have the Houston Roughnecks and their sharp red (home) and white (away) uniform. The most distinguishable component of these beauties is the silver helmet that features their scarlet red logo.

Next, we have the DC Defenders, and if you look closely enough you might mistake their attire with that of the Oklahoma Sooners'.

The Defenders fully embraced the red color pattern of all professional DC sports teams -- the Nationals, Capitals, Redskins, Wizards, and Mystics.

Big Apple natives and devotees, say hello to the SHARP uniforms of your New York Guardians. That black home set reminds us of Ohio State's irresistible alternate black uniforms.

It gives us great honor (and relief) to present to you the first uniform that doesn't feature a shade of red. Ladies and gents, try not to faint upon feasting your eyes on the St. Louis BattleHawks' blue and white threads.

All Oregon fans will get a kick out of this next set.

The Tampa Bay Vipers don't necessarily have a singular color pattern that their professional sports organizations follow, and they embraced that trend with open arms. Check out the Vipers' can't-miss "snake-scale-green" apparel.

The next revelation came in the form of the Seattle Dragons, whose away uniform, ironically enough, might be more alluring than their home set. Something about that all-white arrangement with orange lettering is FIRE.

Next up is the Los Angeles Wildcats and their enticing black, gold, and red complexion that is capped off with an equally-awesome helmet design.

Last, and certainly not least, is the Dallas Renegades, who are surprisingly the first team to incorporate a Carolina Panthers-esque sky-blue pattern into their uniforms. Their helmets might be the sharpest of the bunch.

There you have it, folks.

Get excited, because you are now permitted to start the countdown to Feb.8.