NFL 2023 Regular Season Schedule
About the NFL 2023 Season
On May 11th, 2023 the NFL has unveiled NFL 2023 regular-season schedule. The National Football League season 2023 is scheduled to start on September 7, 2023, with the defending champion of Super Bowl LVII, Chiefs, hosting the NFL Kickoff Game. The season is scheduled to conclude on January 7, 2024. The season will continue for 18 weeks. Each of the 32 NFL teams in the divisions plays 17 games and has one “bye week”. All games during the final weekend will be intra-division contests.
Each team plays the other three teams in its division twice, one game against each of the four teams from a division in its own conference, one game against each of the four teams from a division in the other conference, and one game against each of the remaining two teams in its conference that finished in the same position in their divisions the previous season (e.g., the team that finished fourth in its division would play all three other teams in its conference).
After regular season, the postseason is planned to begin on January 14, and it will culminate with Super Bowl LVIII, the league championship game, on February 11 at Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, Nevada.
The new 2023 NFL season will be the 104th of the NFL, giving football fans a lot of games to watch when they download NFL 2023 regular season schedule spreadsheet.