Betting on the Los Angeles Wildcats

*The LA Wildcats are no longer an active team in the XFL, and were not a part of the league's list of franchises for its 2023 return. This Los Angeles Wildcats betting guide has been archived here for reference.  

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The Los Angeles area has a storied history with professional football.  The Rams and Raiders left LA in the 90s.  Now the Chargers call Los Angeles home, and the Rams moved back in 2016.  In 2020, the XFL descends upon the City of Angels as the LA Wildcats scratch and claw their way into the region and begin to establish dominance.

Take a look at our extensive Los Angeles Wildcats betting guide before venturing to your favorite sportsbook to wager on the new XFL.  We’ve got you covered for all your XFL 2020 questions and answers, and our information is updated frequently. We’ve got everything you’ll need to pounce upon all the Wildcats betting action.

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Los Angeles Wildcats Betting Odds & Team Info

LA Wildcats

Los Angeles, CA.

Head Coach and GM:
Winston Moss

Dignity Health Sports Park


Team Colors:
Black, Red, and Light Orange

Will The XFL Play A Game In 2022?

  • Yes +155
  • No -220

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2020 LA Wildcats Schedule

  • Week 1: @ Houston Roughnecks
  • Week 2: Dallas Renegades
  • Week 3: DC Defenders
  • Week 4: @ New York Guardians
  • Week 5: Tampa Bay Vipers
  • Week 6: @ Seattle Dragons
  • Week 7: @ St. Louis BattleHawks
  • Week 8: Houston Roughnecks
  • Week 9: Seattle Dragons
  • Week 10: @ Dallas Renegades

Post Season

  • Eastern Conference Playoffs: Saturday, April 18 at 3 PM
  • XFL Championship Game: Sunday, April 26 at 3 PM

LA Wildcats Personnel

Head Coach and General Manager: Winston Moss

After a stellar college football career at the University of Miami, Winston Moss played linebacker in the NFL for eleven years.  Following retirement, he began coaching for a string of different NFL teams as a defensive quality control specialist.

In 2005 he joined the coaching staff of the Green Bay Packers as a linebackers coach.  In 2006 he added assistant head coach to his duties and remained in that role until 2018.  Moss won a Lombardi Trophy with Green Bay in 2011 when the Packers defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl 45.

The 2020 season will be Winston’s first head coaching job alongside numerous other XFL coaches.

2020 LA Wildcats Roster
LA Wildcats Notable Players
2019 XFL Draft Recap

XFL Salaries

The salaries for the Los Angeles Wildcats will be the exact same structure as all other teams in the XFL. While the average player salary is $55,000, that pay will be augmented by two weekly bonuses.  One weekly bonus will be based on roster availability.  Basically, if you are on a roster and not injured, you’ll get the bonus.  Another bonus will be awarded to the winning team each week.  Players on the winning side will receive a pot of money that will be split amongst the team evenly.  That’ll certainly keep the competition intense as there is hard money to be won.  Highly productive skill players will have the chance to earn a salary that is much higher than the average based on incentives and performance escalators.  The maximum salary that a head coach can earn per season is $500,000.