For hardcore football fans, the worst time of year is the seemingly endless stretch of months between the Super Bowl and the NFL preseason games in August. Now, however, those depressing days are behind us! Thanks to sports-entertainment icon Vince McMahon, NFL fans can enjoy highly intense football action for a few additional months via the newly-revived XFL. ’47 will be there every step of the way as the Official XFL Sideline Headwear for the XFL, so fans of every XFL team can come together For The Love Of Football.

Official XFL Sideline Headwear

As the Official Sideline Headwear for the XFL, ’47 will provide fans our premium gear for all 8 XFL teams.

As you might expect, XFL gear includes the type of eye-catching and thoughtfully-inspired designs that you’ve come to love and expect from ’47.

The key Sideline headwear silhouettes include the sleek and curved ’47 SOLO; the distinctive ’47 MVP DP with its deep structured crown; and the incredibly comfortable and form-fitting ’47 Cuff Knit.  

Additional XFL x ’47 Iconic Silhouettes and Gear

The XFL x ’47 collection also carries newly updated team designs across our iconic silhouettes. The collection is fully available just in time for the official XFL kickoff on February 8th and includes:

  • ’47 MVP W/ Side Embroidery (structured crown, curved visor, adjustable strapback)
  • Camo ’47 CLEAN UP W/ Side Embroidery (curved visor, adjustable strapback)
  • ’47 CLEAN UP W/ Side Embroidery (curved visor, adjustable strapback)
  • Trawler Back Arch ’47 CLEANUP (curved visor, mesh snapback)
  • Sure Shot ’47 CAPTAIN (structured crown, flat visor, adjustable snapback)

Want to go all-out? Boost your team support with one of our ’47 premium tees and hoods so you can rep your XFL team in any weather.

All XFL x ’47 headwear and apparel are available for purchase today on

The XFL’s Energetic Return

Many football fans may still remember the XFL. The experimental football league was originally a partnership between the WWE and CBS in 2001 that unfortunately ended after its first season. However, many sports leaders, and Vince McMahon, in particular, saw the promise that the XFL could provide.

During the XFL’s first run, Vince McMahon believed that the XFL could continue in an expanded form. Thanks to his vision, the XFL is officially back on TV as a football league designed from the ground up for the 21st century. 

XFL games will be easily accessible, broadcasting live on major networks like FOX, ABC, FOX Sports (1 and 2), and ESPN. 

Fans can also expect a uniquely fast-paced approach to football built into the XFL’s design. Major differences in gameplay include:

  • New and more impactful game kickoff rules
  • No gunners during punting, alongside other punting rule differences
  • Scrimmage play replacing the extra point kick
  • A new double forward pass rule
  • Five-round shootouts in overtime similar to those seen in soccer and ice hockey
  • Nearly continuous play clock, alongside other play clock changes

The XFL will also implement several officiating rule changes and feature updated designs to the game ball. 

Football fans will find impressively high-octane, non-stop action through the XFL. Fans will enjoy 4 games per week, with all 8 teams currently scheduled to play one game per week during the 10-week regular season. The regular season will flow directly into an action-packed playoff round, while the pinnacle championship game is scheduled for Sunday, April 26. 

Gear up for the most extreme new football experience now on