Even though the future of sports is not yet solidified, the NFL is planning to begin its regular season in four months time.
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The league announced its full regular season schedule today, with the Seattle Seahawks set to return to the field on September 13, on the road against the Atlanta Falcons. Their home opener is scheduled one week later on September 20 at CenturyLink Field against Tom Brady’s former team, the New England Patriots.
Other non-divisional teams set to visit Seattle in 2020 include the Dallas Cowboys (September 27), Minnesota Vikings (October 11), New York Giants (December 6), and New York Jets (December 13).
Here’s the official 2020 schedule:
The team announced that single-game tickets will go on sale at a later date, although there’s still serious doubt if fans will be allowed to attend games next season. Season tickets are already sold out, the team said, for an eighth consecutive season.
The Seahawks also announced four preseason games, though the dates are still to be determined:
- Week 1: vs Las Vegas Raiders
- Week 2: @ Houston Texans
- Week 3: vs Los Angeles Chargers
- Week 4: @ Minnesota Vikings