2022 Football Schedule Announced – Duke University


The student section is excited to cheer on Duke football


DURHAM – Six total home dates and seven contests against teams who were invited to bowl games a season ago highlight the 2022 Duke football schedule released Monday night by the ACC office.

Duke opens its 2022 campaign hosting Temple on Friday, September 2 at Brooks Field at Wallace Wade Stadium. The Blue Devils next head on the road to Big Ten foe Northwestern on Saturday, September 10.  


The following weekend, Duke returns to Durham for a home game against North Carolina A&T on Saturday, September 17. The Blue Devils then close their out-of-conference slate with a road test at Kansas on Saturday, September 24.


To begin ACC play, Duke welcomes Virginia on Saturday, October 1st. The rest of the month will feature road contests at Georgia Tech (Saturday, October 8) and Miami (Saturday, October 22) as well as a home game with North Carolina (Saturday, October 15). Duke’s open date will be the week of the 29th.


The Blue Devils will be back in action under the Friday night lights on November 4 in Chestnut Hill to face off against Boston College. Duke’s next two games will feature a home contest with Virginia Tech (Saturday, November 12) and a road matchup at Pittsburgh (Saturday, November 19).


The Blue Devils conclude the regular season schedule with one final home game at Brooks Field at Wallace Wade Stadium when they host Wake Forest on Saturday, November 26.

Season and single game tickets for the 2022 Duke football season are now on sale. New customers can visit GoDuke.com/FootballTix or call the Duke Athletics Ticket Office at 919-681-BLUE (2583) to purchase tickets. Season ticket holders from 2021 who would like to renew their seats for this season can call the ticket office Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

2022 Duke Football Schedule (2021 Record; Bowl Game)


2   – TEMPLE (3-9)    

10 – at Northwestern (3-9)    

17 – NORTH CAROLINA A&T (5-6)    

24 – at Kansas (2-10)


1   – VIRGINIA (6-6; invited to the Wasabi Fenway Bowl)

8   – at Georgia Tech (3-9)

15 – NORTH CAROLINA (6-7; lost to South Carolina, 38-21, in the Duke’s Mayo Bowl)    

22 – at Miami (7-5; invited to the Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl)

29 – Open date    


4   – at Boston College (6-6; invited to the Military Bowl)

12 – VIRGINIA TECH (6-7; lost to Maryland, 54-10, in the New Era Pinstripe Bowl)

19 – at Pittsburgh (11-3; lost to No. 10 Michigan State, 31-21, in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl)

26 – WAKE FOREST (11-3; defeated Rutgers, 38-10, in the TaxSlayer Gator Bowl)



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