NFL schedule release 2024: Matchups, possible dates for reveal

By Kevin Kelley -

The NFL Schedule release 2024 has not yet been officially announced, but the release date will likely be during early May.

Last year, the complete NFL schedule was released by the league on Thursday, May 11. This will mark the fifth consecutive year that the NFL schedule has been released in May after the NFL Draft. Previously, the NFL had been releasing the schedule in mid-to-late April.

Here are the release dates for the past ten seasons:

  • 2023 – Thursday, May 11
  • 2022 – Thursday, May 12
  • 2021 – Wednesday, May 12
  • 2020 – Thursday, May 7
  • 2019 – Wednesday, April 17
  • 2018 – Thursday, April 19
  • 2017 – Thursday, April 20
  • 2016 – Thursday, April 14
  • 2015 – Tuesday, April 21
  • 2014 – Wednesday, April 23

Based on the release dates since 2020, we can assume that the 2024 NFL Schedule will likely be released on Wednesday, May 8 or Thursday, May 9.

The 2024 NFL regular-season is scheduled to kickoff on Thursday, Sept. 5 and will feature the Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs hosting an opponent to be determined.

One regular-season matchup has already been announced by the league. The Philadelphia Eagles and Green Bay Packers will play the first-ever game in South America at Corinthians Arena in São Paulo, Brazil, on Friday, Sept. 6, 2024. The Eagles-Packers game in Brazil will be exclusively streamed by Peacock and will also be available to view over-the-air (OTA) in the local markets of the two teams as well as on NFL+.

The NFL Playoff Schedule is scheduled to begin on Saturday, Jan. 11, 2025 with the Wild-Card Round. The Divisional Round will be played the weekend of Jan. 18-19, followed by the AFC and NFC championship games on Sunday, Jan. 26.

Super Bowl LIX is slated for Sunday, Feb. 9, 2025 at Caesars Superdome in New Orleans, La. The game will kickoff at 6:30pm ET and will be televised by FOX.

The NFL Preseason Schedule will begin with the NFL/Hall of Fame Game at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton, Ohio, on Thursday, Aug. 1. This years game pits the Chicago Bears against the Houston Texans at 8:00pm ET.

Below are links to the 2024 NFL schedules for all 32 teams. Opponents for each team are set, while dates will likely be announced in early May.

AFC East

AFC North

AFC South

AFC West

NFC East

NFC North

NFC South

NFC West

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This is My dream NFL schedule

Thursday Evening 8:15PM(Amazon Prime)

Minnesota at LA Rams

Sunday 9:30AM

NY Jets vs Jacksonville in London(ESPN+)

Sunday Afternoon

CBS Single

Baltimore at Houston 1:00PM

Denver at Kansas City 1:00PM

Tampa Bay at NY Giants 1:00PM

Tennessee at Indianapolis 1:00PM

New Orleans at LA Chargers 4:05PM

FOX Doubleheader

Detroit at Chicago 1:00PM

Seattle at New England 1:00PM

Atlanta at Carolina 1:00PM

Dallas at Philadelphia 4:25PM

Arizona at San Francisco 4:25PM

Sunday Night 8:20PM(NBC)

Miami at Buffalo

Monday Night 8:15PM(ESPN)

Pittsburgh at Cleveland

Green Bay,Washington,Cincinnati & Las Vegas are on bye week.

Think the Dallas Cowboys are going to win almost all of their games this season and are flying under-the-radar with all the so-called “experts” (a.k.a. lamestream media talking head shills of the new world order) bashing them and their picks (not even a believer in the NFL Draft, btw, one should be able to just walk-up and knock on the door and ask for a try-out process from their favorite team, a la “Invincible” with MarkWahlberg).

At least one Filthadelphia Shegles game should be at night on NBC with another in the afternoon on FOX as “America’s Game of the Week”. Washington R-E-D-S-K-I-N-S should have a game of prominence versus Dallas in either of those spots as well, what with the recent additions and presumed improvement on their part this year (am predicting DAL, PHI/WAS behind them, with NYG bringing up the rear in the NFC East, with most-all of those teams being the cream of the NFC this season).

Should (hopefully) get over the SF hump….DET game will be interesting to see if they jump up and get their win back from last season….those two will be feature presentations.

Can’t see any competition coming from the AFC North and NFC South, outside of maaaaaybe one game against an improved PIT team and/or one game against an improved ATL team; the rest are trash. CAR, NO, and TB are trash, CLE, CIN and BAL can’t seem to catch a break, either. Can’t see DAL dropping more than 4 games at-worst and have a decent shot of losing only 2 games or less this season.

Does not bother me when anybody that do not like My Eagles.