2022 Clemson Football Schedule & Tickets

Date Opponent Location Result Score
September 5, 2022 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Football LogoGeorgia Tech Atlanta, GA
September 17, 2022 Louisiana Tech Bulldogs LogoLouisiana Tech Clemson, SC
October 8, 2022 Furman Paladins LogoFurman Clemson, SC
November 5, 2022 Notre Dame Fighting Irish Football LogoNotre Dame Notre Dame, IN
November 26, 2022 South Carolina Gamecocks Football LogoSouth Carolina Clemson, SC

2022 Clemson Football Schedule Overview

After starting the 2021 campaign a disappointing 4-3, Clemson went on to win 6 in a row to finish with a ten win season for their eleventh straight 10 win season. The Tigers will once again have serious talent all over the field, but the question remains if they can stay healthy and if the offense will be able to find the spark that it missed so often at times in 2021. Clemson will enter the season with new coordinators on both sides of the ball – Brandon Streeter at offensive coordinator (replacing Tony Elliott, who took the head coaching job at Virginia) and Wes Goodwin at defensive coordinator (replacing Brent Venables, who took the head coaching job at Oklahoma). Incoming freshman Cade Klubnik will push veteran DJ Uiagalelei, but some competition at the quarterback position may very well be a good thing for the Tigers. Clemson will once again open the season with a neutral field game against Georgia Tech at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in the Yellow Jacket’s home town of Atlanta, GA. In addition to the already scheduled game against Notre Dame in early November, Clemson will face Boston College, Louisville, Miami, NC State, Syracuse, Florida State, and Wake Forest in conference play. Outside of the ACC the Tigers will take on Louisiana Tech and Furman, and will welcome South Carolina back to Clemson for the annual rivalry game for the first time since 2019.


School Details

  • Established: 1889
  • Location: Clemson, SC
  • Enrollment: 24,951
  • Conference: ACC
  • Nickname: Tigers
  • Mascot: The Tiger, The Cub

Stadium Details

  • Name: Memorial Stadium
  • Nickname: Death Valley
  • Capacity: 81,500
  • Opened: September 19, 1942
Clemson Football Schedule & Tickets