The National Football League announced the regular season schedule for the 2024 season on Wednesday. The Chiefs are currently slated to play in eight standalone games, including five primetime contests, with GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium playing host to six. The reigning back-to-back Super Bowl Champion Chiefs will kick off the 2024 season and hang their Super Bowl LVIII banner on the NFL’s Kickoff night against the Baltimore Ravens on Thursday Sept. 5 for a rematch of last year’s AFC Championship Game. This year’s regular season schedule features nine games vs. opponents with winning records in 2023 and seven games vs. opponents who made the 2023 playoffs. The combined 2023 record of Kansas City’s 2024 home and away opponents is 145-144-0 (.502). This year’s slate features the Chiefs in contests on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Following the NFL’s opening game, the Chiefs will host the Cincinnati Bengals in the second of two home games to open the 2024 season. The club then hits the road for two games, first in Atlanta for NBC’s Sunday Night Football and then to Los Angeles to face the Chargers in Week 4. It will mark the first AFC West matchup as the Chiefs continue their quest for a ninth-consecutive AFC West title.

The Chiefs then return home to play the New Orleans Saints for the club’s first of two Monday Night Football showdowns. The Chiefs will then enjoy their Bye Week during Week 6. It is the team’s earliest Bye Week since 2016 when they had a Week 5 Bye. The Chiefs return to action Week 7 in San Francisco for a Super Bowl LVIII rematch. On Oct. 27, the Chiefs will face the Las Vegas Raiders for a Week 8 matchup. The Chiefs will come home to GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium for a two-game stretch against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on ESPN’s Monday Night Football on Nov. 4 then the Denver Broncos at noon on Nov. 10.

Week 11 is an AFC Divisional Round Game rematch in Buffalo as the Chiefs take on the Buffalo Bills on Nov. 17. The Chiefs will then face the Carolina Panthers on the road on Nov. 24.  The Chiefs will play on Black Friday for the first time ever, taking on their AFC West rival, the Las Vegas Raiders, at 2 p.m. on Amazon Prime Video.

Week 14 will close out the Chiefs slated primetime matchups with Sunday Night Football against the Los Angeles Chargers at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium. The Chiefs then head to Cleveland to face the Browns on Dec. 15 before taking on the defending AFC South champions, the Houston Texans, in Week 16 on Saturday, Dec. 21. The Chiefs will play in the first-ever Wednesday NFL game on Christmas Day against the Pittsburgh Steelers at 12 p.m. on Netflix. The Chiefs will close out the regular season by taking on the Broncos in Denver. The date and time are to be determined.

In addition to the announcement of the club’s regular season schedule, the NFL also released the Chiefs preseason schedule. The Chiefs will hit the road to face the Jacksonville Jaguars for Week 1 of the preseason. The final two preseason games will be played at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium, first against the Detroit Lions and the second against the Chicago Bears. KSHB, the home for Chiefs preseason football games, will hold the broadcasts.

Chiefs single-game tickets will go on sale beginning at 8 a.m. tomorrow for Jackson County taxpayers, 10 a.m. for Chiefs Season Ticket Members and 11 a.m. for the public. Single-game tickets are subject to availability, dynamic pricing and will be mobile entry only. Visit www.chiefs.com for details.


Date                            Opponent                               Time                            Network

Saturday, Aug. 10       at Jacksonville Jaguars          7:00 p.m.                     KSHB

Saturday, Aug. 17      Detroit Lions                          3:00 p.m.                    KSHB

Thursday, Aug. 22     Chicago Bears                       7:20 p.m.                    KSHB


Date                            Opponent                               Time                            Network

Thursday, Sept. 5      Baltimore Ravens                 7:20 p.m.                    NBC

Sunday, Sept. 15       Cincinnati Bengals               3:25 p.m.                    CBS

Sunday, Sept. 22        at Atlanta Falcons                   7:20 p.m.                     NBC

Sunday, Sept. 29        at Los Angeles Chargers        3:25 p.m.                     CBS

Monday, Oct. 7          New Orleans Saints              7:15 p.m.                    ESPN

Sunday, Oct. 13         BYE WEEK                             – – – – – – – –                   – – – –

Sunday, Oct. 20          at San Francisco 49ers           3:25 p.m.                     FOX

Sunday, Oct. 27          at Las Vegas Raiders             3:25 p.m.                     CBS

Monday, Nov. 4          Tampa Bay Buccaneers       7:15 p.m.                    ESPN

Sunday, Nov. 10        Denver Broncos                    12:00 p.m.                  CBS

Sunday, Nov. 17          at Buffalo Bills                         3:25 p.m.                     CBS

Sunday, Nov. 24          at Carolina Panthers               12:00 p.m.                   CBS

Friday, Nov. 29           Las Vegas Raiders                2:00 p.m.                    PRIME VIDEO

Sunday, Dec. 8          Los Angeles Chargers          7:20 p.m.                    NBC

Sunday, Dec. 15         at Cleveland Browns               12:00 p.m.                   CBS

Saturday, Dec. 21      Houston Texans                    12:00 p.m.                  NBC

Wednesday, Dec. 25  at Pittsburgh Steelers             12:00 p.m.                   NETFLIX

Sat./Sun. Jan. 4/5       at Denver Broncos                  TBD                             TBD

Home games in boldall kickoffs are Central Time.

This season, “flexible scheduling” for Sunday Night Football may be used up to twice between Weeks 5-10, and in the NFL’s discretion during Weeks 11-17; for Monday Night Football in the NFL’s discretion in Weeks 12-17; and for Thursday Night Football it may be used up to twice between Weeks 13-17.  During these Flex Scheduling Windows, the games initially scheduled for Sunday Night Football (on NBC), Monday Night Football (on ESPN or ABC), and Thursday Night Football (on Amazon Prime Video) are tentatively scheduled and subject to change. Only Sunday afternoon games (or those listed as TBD) are eligible to be moved to Sunday night, Monday night, or Thursday night, in which case the initially scheduled Sunday/Monday night game would be moved to Sunday afternoon.  Sunday afternoon games may also be moved between 1:00 p.m. and 4:05 p.m. or 4:25 p.m. ET.  As in prior seasons, for Week 18, the final weekend of the season, the scheduling of the Saturday, Sunday afternoon, and the Sunday night games is not assigned.  In Week 18, two games will be played on Saturday (4:30 PM ET and 8:15 PM ET) with the remainder to be played on Sunday afternoon (1:00 PM ET and 4:25 PM ET) and one matchup to be played on Sunday night (8:20 PM ET). Specific dates, start times, and networks for Week 18 matchups will be determined and announced following the conclusion of Week 17.  For more information about NFL Flexible Scheduling, please visit https://www.nfl.com/schedules/flexible-scheduling-procedures.

Chiefs single-game tickets will go on sale beginning at 8 a.m. tomorrow for Jackson County taxpayers, 10 a.m. for Chiefs Season Ticket Members and 11 a.m. for the public. Single-game tickets are subject to availability, dynamic pricing and will be mobile entry only. Visit www.chiefs.com for details.