Florida State’s 2024 football season will begin overseas.
For the first time in program history, the Seminoles will play a game outside the United States, opening the 2024 season against Georgia Tech in Dublin, Ireland as part of the Aer Lingus College Football Classic at Aviva Stadium. The news was first reported by Noles247 and confirmed to Osceola.
The game was scheduled as a road game at Georgia Tech. The Week 0 games are expected to be played in late August. This will be the ninth college football game to be played in Ireland, the first of which was played in 1988 and the most recent this August between Navy and Notre Dame.
FSU’s home schedule, which will not be released in full until next January, is slated to include a game against Memphis on September 14, home games against Charleston Southern (November 23) and Florida (November 30) as well as ACC home games. ready for. home games against NC State, North Carolina, Clemson and Boston College.
FSU’s road games on its 2024 schedule include a trip to Notre Dame on November 9 and this trip to Dublin, as well as trips to Miami, Syracuse and Virginia.
The official announcement of the game is expected later today.
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