Florida State has finalized its 2024 non-conference schedule with the additions of Memphis and Charleston Southern to a schedule that also features games at Notre Dame and home against Florida, the school announced Tuesday.
“I’m excited for this group of non-conference opponents,” FSU coach Mike Norvell said in a statement. “Memphis is one of the top Group of 5 programs in the country, and trips to South Bend are always special with the history between our two programs. Having these three opponents coming to Tallahassee, along with going to Notre Dame, provides us a challenging but opportunistic non-conference slate.”
The Seminoles are set to host Memphis on Sept. 14, marking the first game between the programs since 1990. FSU will play at Notre Dame on Nov. 9, play host to Charleston Southern on Nov. 23 and host Florida on Nov. 30.
FSU is set to play at least 10 teams from Power 5 conferences in the coming decade.
Seminoles’ non-conference matchups (home games in bold)
2021: Notre Dame (Sept. 5), Jacksonville State (Sept. 11), UMass (Oct. 23), at Florida (Nov. 27)
2022: Duquesne (Aug. 27), LSU at New Orleans (Sept. 4), Florida (Nov. 26), Louisiana (Nov. 19)
2023: LSU at Orlando (Sept. 3), Southern Miss (Sept. 9), North Alabama (Nov. 18), at Florida (Nov. 25)
2024: Memphis (Sept. 14), at Notre Dame (Nov. 9), Charleston Southern (Nov. 23), Florida (Nov. 30)
2025: Alabama (Aug. 30), at Florida (Nov. 29)
2026: Florida, Notre Dame, at Alabama
2027: Georgia, at Florida
2028: at Georgia, Florida
2029: Notre Dame, at Florida