The NFL's 2020 schedule has been announced, with the first game of the regular season to be played on Thursday, September 10. The season culminates on Saturday, January 2, 2021. Super Bowl LV is scheduled to take place on Sunday, February 7, 2021 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, FL.
The prospect of fans being able to attend games has not been confirmed, but the NFL has asked teams to have a their "reopening protocols" in place by May 15.
Along with changes in how fans are able to attend or view the games, the 2020 season will see changes in venue for both the Raiders who now call Las Vegas home, and Rams who will be playing in their new $5 billion dollar stadium in LA.
The first week of the NFL 2020 Regular Season will include:
Thursday, September 10
- Kansas City Chiefs vs Houston Texans
Sunday, September 13
- Los Angeles Chargers vs Cincinnati Bengals
- Los Angeles Rams vs Dallas Cowboys
- New England Patriots vs Miami Dolphins
- Seattle Seahawks vs Atlanta Falcons
- New York Jets vs Buffalo Bills
- New York Giants vs Pittsburgh Steelers
- Las Vegas Raiders vs Carolina Panthers
- Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings
- Denver Broncos vs Tennessee Titans
- New Orleans Saints vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers
- Philadelphia Eagles vs Washington Redskins
- Detroit Lions vs Chicago Bears
- San Francisco 49ers vs Arizona Cardinals
- Cleveland Browns vs Baltimore Ravens
- Indianapolis Colts vs Jacksonville Jaguars