ACC schedule now set for FSU men

Florida State will play 20 ACC games for the first time in league history, with its conference schedule highlighted by three Big Monday games on ESPN against North Carolina, Duke and Louisville. The Seminoles will play 10 ACC home games including contests against reigning national champion Virginia, the Cardinals, the Tar Heels, Notre Dame and in-state rival Miami. The Seminoles begin the season looking to play in the NCAA Tournament for the school-record tying fourth consecutive season as the ACC released the conference schedule for all 15 teams.

The Seminoles begin their ACC schedule at Pitt in their season opener on November 6 for the first time in school history and are scheduled to play 16 of their 20 games on the ESPN family of networks including five on the ACC Network.

Including their season opener against Pitt, the Seminoles will play one ACC game in November (at Pittsburgh) and two home games in December (Clemson on December 8 and Georgia Tech on December 31), as the ACC has expanded the league schedule to include 20 games for the first time. The Seminoles played 18 ACC games during the 2018-19 season.

Florida State’s home ACC schedule

Clemson (December 8)

Georgia Tech (December 31)

Virginia (January 15)

Notre Dame (January 25)

North Carolina (February 3)

Miami (February 8)

Syracuse (February 15)

Pittsburgh (February 18)

Louisville (February 24)

Boston College (March 7)

Florida State’s road ACC schedule

Pittsburgh (November 6)

Louisville (January 4)

Wake Forest (January 8)

Miami (January 18)

Virginia (January 28)

Virginia Tech (February 1)

Duke (February 10)

NC State (February 22)

Clemson (February 29)

Notre Dame (March 4)

The Seminoles play six teams twice during their ACC schedule — Clemson, Louisville, Miami, Notre Dame, Pittsburgh, and Virginia.

Season tickets for the 2019-20 season, which includes six non-conference games and a 10-game home ACC schedule, are on sale now. Tickets can be purchased by visiting seminoles.com or by calling the Florida State Ticket office at 1-888-378-6653.

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