Here's what Globe Life Park will look like once it's ready for XFL football, USL soccer

Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Here's what Globe Life Park will look like once it's ready for XFL football, USL soccer
Here's what Globe Life Park will look like once it's ready for XFL football, USL soccer

The transformation of Globe Life Park from the Texas Rangers' home ballpark into a football and soccer venue is well underway, and it is on schedule to be football-ready by Feb. 1. Crews have removed the baseball playing surface to grade the field for the Dallas Renegades of the XFL and for the North Texas Soccer Club of the USL League One. The third-base dugout and the first 18 rows of seating will be removed to accommodate the north end zone of the football field and the north goal of the soccer pitch. The plan is to add 3,800 permanent seats on the east side of the field, where left field and left-center were located for baseball. “We're going to have one of the best setups in our XFL,” Renegades

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