David Walden was Appointed as VP, HR at XFL

Date of management change: April 21, 2019 

What Happened?

Stamford, CT-based XFL Appointed David Walden as VP, HR

 

About the Company

The new XFL will reimagine football for the 21st century when it kicks off in early 2020. Football is America`s favorite sport boasting over 85 million fans but the traditional season is just too short. Seeing a tremendous opportunity to fill the void, Vince McMahon, XFL Founder and Chairman announced on January 25, 2018, the launch of a new league, which he is personally funding. McMahon is building the XFL with the same commitment and resolve that he has demonstrated building WWE into a global media and sports entertainment powerhouse. Delivering authentic, high energy football for the whole family at an affordable price, the XFL will offer fast-paced games with fewer play stoppages and simpler rules. The league will launch with eight teams, 40-man active rosters, and a 10-week regular season schedule, with a postseason consisting of two semifinal playoff games and a championship game. Each contest will be a high profile event with tens of thousands of fans, featuring innovative elements that bring them closer to the players and the game they love. The XFL will also establish a health, wellness and safety program that meets the needs of today`s athletes. The XFL will embrace the latest on and off-field technology, providing live game coverage, content and real-time engagement across multiple platforms, giving fans greater access than ever before. We will build strong grassroots relationships with local organizations in our Host Cities through social responsibility partnerships, and the XFL will enjoy the support of WWE`s many extraordinary resources and promotional capabilities. Headquartered in Stamford CT, the XFL is actively working to assemble a diverse team of smart, tenacious and passionate individuals to launch a progressive, fan-first, technologically-advanced new league – the XFL.

 

About the Person

David Walden is VP, HR at XFL. Previously, David held various senior HR leadership roles in the industry.

 

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