2019 ACC football schedule announced

By Kevin Kelley -

The 2019 ACC football schedule has been officially announced. Conference play begins on Thursday, Aug. 29 with Georgia Tech at Clemson.

Featured 2019 non-conference match-ups for each ACC school include Boston College at Notre Dame, Texas A&M at Clemson, Duke vs. Alabama (in Atlanta), Florida State at Florida, Georgia at Georgia Tech, Notre Dame at Louisville, Miami vs. Florida (in Orlando), North Carolina vs. South Carolina (in Charlotte), NC State at West Virginia, Pitt at Penn State, Syracuse at Maryland, Virginia at Notre Dame, Virginia Tech at Notre Dame, and Utah State at Wake Forest.

The 2019 ACC Championship Game will be played on Saturday, Dec. 7 at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, NC.

2019 ACC Football Schedules

Atlantic Division

Coastal Division

2019 ACC Football Schedule (Composite)

Thursday, Aug. 29
Georgia Tech at Clemson

Friday, Aug. 30
Utah State at Wake Forest

Saturday, Aug. 31
Duke vs. Alabama (Atlanta)
Florida State vs. Boise State (Jacksonville)
Miami vs. Florida (Orlando)
North Carolina vs. South Carolina (Charlotte)
East Carolina at NC State
Virginia at Pitt
Syracuse at Liberty
Virginia Tech at Boston College

Monday, Sept. 2
Notre Dame at Louisville

Friday, Sept. 6
William & Mary at Virginia

Saturday, Sept. 7
Richmond at Boston College
Texas A&M at Clemson
North Carolina A&T at Duke
Louisiana-Monroe at Florida State
South Florida at Georgia Tech
Eastern Kentucky at Louisville
Miami at North Carolina
Western Carolina at NC State
Ohio at Pitt
Syracuse at Maryland
Old Dominion at Virginia Tech
Wake Forest at Rice

Thursday, Sept. 12
North Carolina at Wake Forest (non-conference)

Saturday, Sept. 14
Kansas at Boston College
Clemson at Syracuse
Duke at Middle Tennessee
Florida State at Virginia
The Citadel at Georgia Tech
Louisville at Western Kentucky
Bethune-Cookman at Miami
NC State at West Virginia
Pitt at Penn State
Furman at Virginia Tech

Saturday, Sept. 21
Boston College at Rutgers
Charlotte at Clemson
Louisville at Florida State
Central Michigan at Miami
Appalachian State at North Carolina
Ball State at NC State
UCF at Pitt
Western Michigan at Syracuse
Old Dominion at Virginia
Elon at Wake Forest

Friday, Sept. 27
Duke at Virginia Tech

Saturday, Sept. 28
Wake Forest at Boston College
Clemson at North Carolina
NC State at Florida State
Georgia Tech at Temple
Delaware at Pitt
Holy Cross at Syracuse
Virginia at Notre Dame

Saturday, Oct. 5
Boston College at Louisville
Pitt at Duke
North Carolina at Georgia Tech
Virginia Tech at Miami

Thursday, Oct. 10
Syracuse at NC State

Friday, Oct. 11
Virginia at Miami

Saturday, Oct. 12
Florida State at Clemson
Georgia Tech at Duke
Louisville at Wake Forest
Rhode Island at Virginia Tech

Friday, Oct. 18
Pitt at Syracuse

Saturday, Oct. 19
NC State at Boston College
Clemson at Louisville
Duke at Virginia
Florida State at Wake Forest
Georgia Tech at Miami
North Carolina at Virginia Tech

Saturday, Oct. 26
Boston College at Clemson
Duke at North Carolina
Syracuse at Florida State
Virginia at Louisville
Miami at Pitt

Saturday, Nov. 2
Boston College at Syracuse
Woff ord at Clemson
Miami at Florida State
Pitt at Georgia Tech
Virginia at North Carolina
NC State at Wake Forest
Virginia Tech at Notre Dame

Saturday, Nov. 9
Florida State at Boston College
Clemson at NC State
Notre Dame at Duke
Georgia Tech at Virginia
Louisville at Miami
Wake Forest at Virginia Tech

Thursday, Nov. 14
North Carolina at Pitt

Saturday, Nov. 16
Wake Forest at Clemson
Syracuse at Duke
Alabama State at Florida State
Virginia Tech at Georgia Tech
Louisville at NC State

Thursday, Nov. 21
NC State at Georgia Tech

Saturday, Nov. 23
Boston College at Notre Dame
Duke at Wake Forest
Syracuse at Louisville
Miami at FIU
Mercer at North Carolina
Pitt at Virginia Tech
Liberty at Virginia

Friday, Nov. 29
Virginia Tech at Virginia

Saturday, Nov. 30
Boston College at Pitt
Clemson at South Carolina
Miami at Duke
Florida State at Florida
Georgia at Georgia Tech
Louisville at Kentucky
North Carolina at NC State
Wake Forest at Syracuse

Saturday, Dec. 7
ACC Championship Game – Charlotte, NC

Comments (4)

Why don’t they have North Carolina vs.Duke the last weekend? There should not be cross divison games the week before the title game.

Now that Louisville-Kentucky is in the final week of the season, there either has to be at least 1 cross-divisional game or realignment, because as it is, there are 3 teams in one division with SEC rivalry games, and 1 (Ga. Tech) in the other.

They could still have done it. For this season the lineup on Nov 30 could look like this:

BC @ Pitt
Clemson @ S Carolina
Miami @ Syracuse
Florida St @ Florida
Georgia @ GA Tech
Louisville @ Kentucky
N Carolina @ Duke
Wake Forest @ NC State

I’d say you’re both wrong, in different ways. There are 4 Atlantic teams and 6 Coastal teams without final week SEC rivalry games. So it’s certainly possible to have no interdivisional ACC games in the final week. However, BC/Pitt and Miami/Syracuse are both interdivisional games.