San Antonio Brahmas

San Antonio Brahmas

Team Information

Founded 2022
Ground Alamodome
Owner(s) Alpha Acquico, LLC (RedBird Capital Partners Dwayne Johnson Dany Garcia)
Nickname the Brahma Bull

2023 Regular Season Leaders

All Statistics

San Antonio Brahmas News

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San Antonio Brahmas Bio

San Antonio Brahmas Info


The San Antonio Brahmas are one of the new additions to the XFL in 2023 for its revamped season. The San Antonio Brahmas were established in 2022 by Dwayne Johnson, Redbird Capital and Dany Garcia. They replaced the LA Wildcats who were part of the inaugural XFL season in 2023. The San Antonio Brahmas are named to honor Dwayne Johnson’s personal mascot, the Brahma bull, a popular cattle breed in North America. The San Antonio Brahmas compete in the South Division of the XFL. They are currently the only professional outdoor football team based out of San Antonio, with the only other football team being the San Antonio Gunslingers competing in the National Arena League (an indoor football league).


Location, Stadium, and Team colors


The San Antonio Brahmas are based in San Antonio, Texas. They join the San Antonio Spurs (NBA) and the San Antonio FC (MLS) as a sports team representing the city of San Antonio.


The Alamodome


The home stadium for the San Antonio Brahmas is the Alamodome. The stadium used to be the home stadium for the San Antonio Spurs as it was designed to be easily converted into a basketball or hockey arena. The arena's seating capacity is 20,662 people, but when the top level is opened, that number rises to 39,500. The stadium can also be converted into a more intimate, enclosed theater area with a capacity of up to 11,000 people (branded as the "Illusions Theater"), employing floor space and the north grandstand. The stadium is also home to the University of Texas at San Antonio Roadrunners college football team.



The San Antonio Brahmas’ team colors are yellow, black and gray. Their jersey is primarily yellow and gray and their logo also reflects these colors. The jerseys for the San Antonio Brahmas are designed by Under Armor, the official jersey provider for all XFL teams.


San Antonio Brahmas Roster


NumberNamePositionCollege
16Jack CoanQBNotre Dame
4Jawon PassQBPrairie View A&M
17Reid SinnettQBSan Diego
11Kalen BallageRBArizona State
31Jon HillimanRBRutgers
9Jacques PatrickRBFlorida State
82Landen AkersWRIowa State
89Fred BrownWRMississippi State
10Travis JonsenWRMontana State
13Darece Roberson Jr.WRWayne State
80Jalen TolliverWRArkansas-Monticello
18TJ VasherWRTexas Tech
35Ben BeiseTEWisconsin-River Falls
88Alize MackTENotre Dame
86Jamal PettigrewTEMcNeese
84Deon YelderTEWestern Kentucky
71Roubbens JosephOLBuffalo
59Luke JurigaOLWestern Michigan
74Derrick KellyOLFlorida State
51Damien MamaOLUSC
63Jordan McCrayOLUCF
77Chidi OkekeOLTennessee State
72Norman PriceOLSouthern Miss
95Kamilo TongamoaOLUCF
58Willie WrightOLTulsa
33Drew BeesleyDLMichigan State
91Javiar EdwardsDLColorado
90Matthew GotelDLWebber International
45Delontae ScottDLSMU
44Mike ScottDLOklahoma State
95Kobe SmithDLSouth Carolina
42Mike TverdovDLRutgers
3Ben DavisLBTexas
55De'Sean DowneyLBUMass
41Joel DublankoLBCincinnati
40Riko JeffersLBTexas Tech
25Drew LewisLBColorado
15Jordan WilliamsLBBaylor
27Tenny AdewusiDBDelaware
1Luq BarcooDBSan Diego State
2Terrell BondsDBTennessee State
14Divine BuckrhamDBLamar
8Elijah JonesDBOregon State
28Jack KoernerDBIowa
24Ryan LewisDBPittsburgh
20Kemah SiverandDBOklahoma State
22Ranthony TexadaDBTCU
21Sean WilliamsDBNavy
23John Parker RomoKVirginia Tech
0Brad WingPLSU
47Rex SunaharaLSWest Virginia


Coaching Staff


NameRole
Hines WardHead Coach
Jose JeffersonDir. of Team Operations
Will LewisDir. Player Personnel
Jaime ElizondoOffensive Coordinator
Josh NeiswanderQuarterbacks
Jimmie JohnsonRunning Backs
Pete MangurianOffensive Line
Jim HerrmannDefensive Coordinator
Paul SpicerDefensive Line
Joey PorterLinebackers
Corey ChamblinDefensive Backs
Derrius BellAssistant Defensive Backs
Scott BooneTight Ends/Special Teams
Robert RocheAthletic Trainer
Cortez RobinsonEquipment Manager
Chris MillerVideo Manager


San Antonio Brahmas Schedule and Results


Week 1


Sun., Feb. 19 – San Antonio Brahmas vs. St. Louis Battlehawks (Alamodome), 3 p.m. ET on ABC

Final Score: Battlehawks 18, Brahmas 15


Week 2


Sun., Feb. 26 – San Antonio Brahmas at Orlando Guardians (Camping World Stadium), 4 p.m. ET on ESPN


Week 3


Sun., March 5 – San Antonio Brahmas at Houston Roughnecks (TDECU Stadium), 8 p.m. ET on ESPN2


Week 4


Sat., March 11 – San Antonio Brahmas at Seattle Sea Dragons (Lumen Field), 10 p.m. ET on FX


Week 5


Sun., March 19 – San Antonio Brahmas vs. Arlington Renegades (Alamodome), 10 p.m. ET on ESPN2


Week 6


Sun., March 26 – San Antonio Brahmas at Arlington Renegades (Choctaw Stadium), 3 p.m. ET on ABC


Week 7


Sat., April 1 – San Antonio Brahmas at Vegas Vipers (Cashman Field), 6 p.m. ET on ESPN


Week 8


Sun., April 9 – San Antonio Brahmas vs. Houston Roughnecks (Alamodome), 3 p.m. ET on ABC


Week 9


Sat., April 15 – San Antonio Brahmas vs. Orlando Guardians (Alamodome), 7 p.m. ET on ESPN2


Week 10


Sat., April 22 – San Antonio Brahmas vs. D.C. Defenders (Alamodome), 3 p.m. ET on ABC


Who are the San Antonio Brahmas' top players?


The San Antonio Brahmas may be a new team joining the XFL but they have a bolstered squad with NFL veterans Kalen Ballage and Patrick Turner. Former Miami Dolphins running back Kalen Ballage can be a key attacking threat for the Brahmas this season. They have a solid defense with CB Luq Barcoo and DB Ben DeLuca.


San Antonio Brahmas’ Standout players:


  • Kalen Ballage - Running Back

  • Luq Barcoo- Cornerback


What is the San Antonio Brahmas’ Win-Loss record?

The San Antonio Brahmas will have 10 regular season games in the season.


Brahmas 2023 XFL record


Win: 0

Loss: 1

Draw: 0


Where can I watch San Antonio Brahmas games?


The games for the 2023 XFL are being streamed and aired across a number of channels. To catch the San Antonio Brahmas live in action you can check out either FX, ESPN, or ABC depending on the schedule.


How do the San Antonio Brahmas compare to the other XFL teams?


The San Antonio Brahmas are a new addition to the XFL in 2023. They are considered to be a threat, especially with Hines Ward as their head coach. The former Pro Bowl receiver and Super Bowl winner with the Pittsburgh Steelers is coaching the Brahmas in his first-ever head coaching stint. However, the Brahmas lack impressive wide receivers but the experience of running back Kalen Ballage can make up for it.


Who is the owner of the San Antonio Brahmas?


Dwayne "The Rock '' Johnson, Dany Garcia, and Gerry Cardinale are the XFL's sole team owners. In 2020, Dwayne Johnson's Alpha Acquico LLC, Vince Mcmahon's Red Bird Capital, Dany Garcia, and Gerry Cardinale bought the XFL from its previous owner. Since then, they have made significant changes to the league, which was relaunched in 2023.


How much did the San Antonio Brahmas cost to purchase?


The San Antonio Brahmas are owned by the XFL itself. The teams competing in the XFL including the Brahmas were all purchased by Dwayne Johnson and Dany Garcia when they bought over the XFL from Vince McMahon for $15 million. The Brahmas even have the Brahma bull as their logo which is a homage to the Brahma bull which Dwayne Johnson considers his mascot.


How many championships have the San Antonio Brahmas won?


The Xtreme Football League will have a new season in 2023. Due to COVID-19 limitations, the 2020 XFL season was unable to be completed in its entirety. The San Antonio Brahmas will compete for the first available XFL Championship.


FAQs

Yes, the San Antonio Brahmas are representing the city of San Antonio in the 2023 edition of XFL. They are a new team which replaced the now-defunct LA Wildcats.
The San Antonio Brahmas are owned by the XFL franchise itself. The XFL is jointly owned by Dwayne Johnson, Dany Garcia and Gerry Cardinale.
The San Antonio Brahmas head coach is former NFL player Hines Ward. He was a wide receiver who played for the Pittsburgh Steelers from 1998-2011. He was previously the wide receivers coach for the Florida Atlantic University football team. 
Tickets for the San Antonio Brahmas start at around $5 and can go up to $180 or even more. Season tickets for the San Antonio Brahmas can be purchased for around $100. 
In XFL 2023, there are three teams from Texas. They are the Houston Roughnecks, the Arlington Renegades and the San Antonio Brahmas. The Arlington Renegades and Houston Roughnecks were part of the 2020 XFL too, while the San Antonio Brahmas were established in 2022 for the new season of the XFL. 
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