Kickoff Times Announced for Five 2023 Virginia Football Games
By Matt Newton,2023-05-31
The kickoff times and television broadcast designations have been announced for five of Virginia's football games in the 2023 season, including UVA's first two games of the season and three non-Saturday games.
UVA's season-opener against Tennessee on Saturday, September 2nd at Nissan Stadium in Nashville will be a noon kickoff and will air nationally on ABC. Virginia's home opener the next weekend against James Madison will also be a noon kickoff on Saturday, September 9th and will be broadcast on ESPNU.
Virginia's third game of the season at Maryland has been moved to Friday, September 15th and will kick off at 7pm and will be broadcast on FS1. The ACC opener against NC State on Friday, September 22nd in Charlottesville will kick off at 7:30pm and will be televised on ESPN.
Finally, Virginia's game at Louisville on Thursday, November 9th will start at 7:30pm and will be broadcast on ESPN.
Game times and TV designations for the rest of Virginia's games will be announced on a week-by-week basis, with that information usually being announced 12 days before each game.
See Virginia's 2023 football schedule updated with kickoff times and TV designations below:
2023 Virginia Football Schedule
September 2nd at 12pm: vs. Tennessee (Nashville) [ABC]
September 9th at 12pm: vs. James Madison [ESPNU]
September 15th at 7pm: at Maryland [FS1]
September 22nd at 7:30pm: vs. NC State [ESPN]
September 30th at TBA: at Boston College
October 7th at TBA: vs. William & Mary
October 21st at TBA: at North Carolina
October 28th at TBA: at Miami
November 4th at TBA: vs. Georgia Tech
November 9th at 7:30pm: at Louisville [ESPN]
November 18th at TBA: vs. Duke
November 25th at TBA: vs. Virginia Tech
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