2024 College Football Week 1 Schedule

The NCAA College Football 155th edition main event begins in week 1. The 2024 College Football game set between the Minnesota vs. North Carolina game on Thu, Aug. 29 at Truist Field, Winston-Salem, NC. However, we have figured out everything about College Football games today, start time, date, TV channel, and how to stream.

When is the 2024 College Football Week 1?

The 2024 College Football Week 1 begins on August 29 at Huntington Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

2023 College Football Week 1 Full Schedule

Thursday, August 29

MatchupTime (ET)TV
North Carolina at MinnesotaTBDTBD
North Carolina A&T at Wake ForestTBDTBD
New Hampshire at UCFTBDTBD
Western Carolina at NC StateTBDTBD
Lindenwood at KansasTBDTBD
Southern Utah at UtahTBDTBD
Sacramento State at San José StateTBDTBD
Lafayette at BuffaloTBDTBD
Duquesne at ToledoTBDTBD
Fordham at Bowling GreenTBDTBD
Central Connecticut at Central MichiganTBDTBD
Alcorn State at UABTBDTBD
SE Louisiana at TulaneTBDTBD
Northwestern State at TulsaTBDTBD

Friday, August 30

MatchupTime (ET)Venue
Elon at DukeTBAWallace Wade Stadium
TCU at StanfordTBAStanford Stadium

Saturday, August 31

MatchupTime (ET)Venue
Western Kentucky at AlabamaTBABryant-Denny Stadium
Arkansas-Pine Bluff at ArkansasTBAWar Memorial Stadium (AR)
Alabama A&M at AuburnTBAJordan-Hare Stadium
Miami at FloridaTBABen Hill Griffin Stadium
Georgia at ClemsonTBAMercedes-Benz Stadium
Southern Miss at KentuckyTBAKroger Field
Furman at Ole MissTBAVaught-Hemingway Stadium
Eastern Kentucky at Mississippi StateTBADavis Wade Stadium
Murray State at MissouriTBAMemorial Stadium
Temple at OklahomaTBAMemorial Stadium
Old Dominion at South CarolinaTBAWilliams-Brice Stadium
Chattanooga at TennesseeTBANeyland Stadium
Colorado State at TexasTBADKR-Texas Memorial Stadium
Notre Dame at Texas A&MTBAKyle Field
Virginia Tech at VanderbiltTBAFirstBank Stadium
Florida International at IndianaTBAMemorial Stadium
Illinois State at IowaTBAKinnick Stadium
UConn at MarylandTBASECU Stadium
Fresno State at MichiganTBAMichigan Stadium
Florida Atlantic at Michigan StateTBASpartan Stadium
UTEP at NebraskaTBAMemorial Stadium
Akron at Ohio StateTBAOhio Stadium
Idaho at OregonTBAAutzen Stadium
Penn State at West VirginiaTBAMilan Puskar Stadium
Howard at RutgersTBASHI Stadium
UCLA at Hawai’iTBAClarence T.C. Ching Athletics Complex
Weber State at WashingtonTBAHusky Stadium
Western Michigan at WisconsinTBACamp Randall Stadium
Campbell at LibertyTBAWilliams Stadium (VA)
Richmond at VirginiaTBAScott Stadium
Stony Brook at MarshallTBAJoan C. Edwards Stadium
Towson at CincinnatiTBANippert Stadium
Eastern Michigan at MassachusettsTBAWarren McGuirk Alumni Stadium
Austin Peay at LouisvilleTBACardinal Stadium
Central Arkansas at Arkansas StateTBACentennial Bank Stadium
East Tennessee State at Appalachian StateTBAKidd Brewer Stadium
Indiana State at PurdueTBARoss-Ade Stadium
North Dakota at Iowa StateTBAJack Trice Stadium
North Dakota State at ColoradoTBAFolsom Field
South Dakota State at Oklahoma StateTBABoone Pickens Stadium
Southern Illinois at BYUTBALaVell Edwards Stadium
UC Davis at CaliforniaTBACalifornia Memorial Stadium
Georgia State at Georgia TechTBABobby Dodd Stadium
Houston Christian at SMUTBAGerald J. Ford Stadium
Ohio at SyracuseTBAJMA Wireless Dome
Kent State at PittsburghTBAAcrisure Stadium
Bethune-Cookman at South FloridaTBARaymond James Stadium
Grambling at LouisianaTBACajun Field
Jackson State at UL MonroeTBAMalone Stadium
New Mexico at ArizonaTBAArizona Stadium
Wyoming at Arizona StateTBAMountain America Stadium
Tarleton State at BaylorTBAMcLane Stadium
UNLV at HoustonTBATDECU Stadium
UT Martin at Kansas StateTBABill Snyder Family Stadium
Abilene Christian at Texas TechTBAJones AT&T Stadium
Portland State at Washington StateTBAGesa Field

Sunday, September 1

MatchupTime (ET)Venue
LSU at USC7:30 PMAllegiant Stadium

Monday, September 2

MatchupTime (ET)Venue
Boston College at Florida StateTBADoak Campbell Stadium

How to watch

There are many TV channels air the 2024 college football games in the local market, and nationally. However, ESPN, ACCN, FOX, FS1, CBSSN, and NBC have the rights to broadcast most of the Week 1 games online. You can get all the channels with a subscription to DIRECTV STREAM, fuboTV, Hulu with Live TV, Sling TV, and YouTube TV and enjoy streaming.