New York Giants release official 2024 schedule

New York Giants release official 2024 schedule

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – The 100th season of Giants football will include their previously announced first-ever regular season game in Germany, two Thursday games against the Dallas Cowboys, one on the road Thanksgiving afternoon and the other at the start of a five-week span in which the Giants will play three prime time games.


The Giants will open the 2024 season at home against the Minnesota Vikings, end it against the Eagles in Philadelphia, and play the Carolina Panthers in Allianz Arena in Munich on Sunday, Nov. 10, at 9:30 Eastern time. Their bye will be the week after they play in Germany.


Their three night games are Thursday, Sept. 26 vs. Dallas; Sunday, Oct. 13 against Cincinnati in MetLife Stadium; and Monday, Oct. 28 at Pittsburgh.


The Giants will play in Dallas on Thanksgiving for the second time in three seasons and on a major holiday for the third year in a row; they were in Philadelphia last Christmas Day.


The Giants will play back-to-back home games twice: Weeks 6-7 vs. Cincinnati and Philadelphia and Weeks 14-15 against New Orleans and Baltimore. They will play consecutive road games just once, in Weeks 2-3 at Washington and Cleveland.


The Giants this week announced several events and initiatives that will be part of their 100th season celebration, including the announcement of The Top 100 players in franchise history, a vote for the greatest play in franchise history, and special 100th season merchandise.


In the fourth season since the league adopted a 17-game schedule in 2021, NFC teams will play nine home games and eight on the road.


The NFC East will face the NFC South and the AFC North, the latter the only division in which all four teams finished over .500 in 2023. Because they finished third in the division, the Giants will host the third-place teams from the NFC North (Minnesota) and AFC South (Indianapolis) and play the NFC West (Seattle) on the road.

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