Welcome to our one page, printable 2023 ACC Football Schedule Grid for each of the 14 ACC schools and Notre Dame for the 2023 college football season. Quickly find out when and where your favorite ACC football team plays today.
The ACC football season officially kicks off with two Thursday night games on August 31st featuring Elon at Wake Forest and NC State at UConn. The games will be televised nationally on the ACC Network. View our updated ACC Football TV Schedule for all ACC Network games and online streaming information.
During the ACC football season, each ACC school plays twelve games – eight conference games and four non-conference games – with one open date during the regular season. The 2023 ACC football schedule has no divisions this season and is based on a 3-5-5 rotation. Each school plays three main rivalry opponents every year and then the remaining 10 teams in the conference twice every four years.
The 2023 ACC Football Championship Game will be played December 2nd at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte featuring the first and second place ACC football teams. The Orange Bowl is scheduled to be played on December 30, 2023 in Miami.
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New ACC Football Schedule Format
With the new 3-5-5 schedule, the ACC has eliminated divisions and moved to a new scheduling format. With the new ACC football schedule, the ACC has maintained most of the historical rivalries including Florida State/Miami, UNC/NCState, Duke/Wake, UVA/Virginia Tech and Pitt/Syracuse. The primary opponents for each ACC school for the next four seasons 2023 through 2026 are:
Boston College – Miami, Pitt, Syracuse
Clemson – Florida State, Georgia Tech, NCState
Duke – North Carolina, NCState, Wake Forest
Florida State – Clemson, Miami, Syracuse
Georgia Tech – Clemson, Louisville, Wake Forest
Louisville – Georgia Tech, Miami, Virginia
Miami – Boston College, Florida State, Louisville
North Carolina – Duke, NCState, Virginia
NCState – Clemson, Duke, North Carolina
Pitt – Boston College, Syracuse, Virginia Tech
Syracuse – Boston College, Florida State, Pitt
Virginia – Louisville, North Carolina, Virginia Tech
Virginia Tech – Pitt, Virginia, Wake Forest
Wake Forest – Duke, Georgia Tech, Virginia Tech
No more Coastal and Atlantic divisions in the ACC. Everbody’s in thrown into the gridiron together. Now let’s get ready for some football!
2023 ACC Football Schedule Grid
Feel free to download the 2023 ACC Football Schedule Grid image just below. Print it out for a handy ACC football schedule to keep up with all the games this season.