The Atlantic Coast Conference released updated 2020 football schedules for its member institutions today. The University of Virginia’s revised slate features 11 regular-season games, including six home games.
Starting times and television broadcast information for all contests will be announced at a later date.
In 2020, the Cavaliers will host Virginia Military Institute (Sept. 11), North Carolina State University (Oct. 10), the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill (Oct. 31), the University of Louisville (Nov. 7), Duke University (Nov. 14) and Boston College (Dec. 5). UVA’s season-opener against VMI is the Cavaliers’ lone non-conference game and their only Friday game on the 2020 schedule.
UVA will travel for contests at Virginia Tech (Sept. 19), at Clemson University (Oct. 3), at Wake Forest University (Oct. 17), at the University of Miami (Oct. 24) and at Florida State University (Nov. 28).
Virginia faces eight teams that appeared in bowl games last season: Boston College (TicketSmarter Birmingham Bowl), Clemson (Fiesta Bowl and College Football Playoff National Championship), Florida State (Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl), North Carolina (Military Bowl), Miami (Walk-On’s Independence Bowl), Louisville (Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl), Virginia Tech (Belk Bowl) and Wake Forest (New Era Pinstripe Bowl).
The Cavaliers have open weekends on Sept. 26 and Nov. 21. UVA does not face ACC opponents Georgia Tech University, the University of Notre Dame, the University of Pittsburgh and Syracuse University.
The University has not yet announced its athletic attendance policy for fall sports.
2020 Virginia Football Schedule (home games in bold)
Sept. 11 vs. VMI (Fri.)
Sept. 19 at Virginia Tech
Oct. 3 at Clemson
Oct. 10 vs. NC State
Oct. 17 at Wake Forest
Oct. 24 at Miami
Oct. 31 vs. North Carolina
Nov. 7 vs. Louisville
Nov. 14 vs. Duke
Nov. 28 at Florida State
Dec. 5 vs. Boston College