2021 Clemson Football Schedule & Tickets

Date Opponent Location Result Score
9/3/2021 Georgia Bulldogs Football LogoGeorgia Charlotte, NC Loss 3-10
9/11/2021 SC State BulldogsSC State Clemson, SC Win 49-3
9/18/2021 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Football LogoGeorgia Tech Clemson, SC Win 14-8
9/25/2021 NC State Wolfpack Football LogoNC State Raleigh, NC Loss 21-27
10/2/2021 Boston College Eagles Football LogoBoston College Clemson, SC Win 19-13
10/15/2021 Syracuse Orange Football LogoSyracuse Syracuse, NY Win 17-14
10/23/2021 Pittsburgh LogoPittsburgh Pittsburgh, PA Loss 17-27
10/30/2021 Florida State Seminoles Football LogoFlorida State Clemson, SC Win 30-20
11/6/2021 Louisville Cardinals Football LogoLouisville Louisville, KY Win 30-24
11/13/2021 UConn HuskiesUConn Clemson, SC Win 44-7
11/20/2021 Wake Forest Demon Deacons Football LogoWake Forest Clemson, SC Win 48-27
11/27/2021 South Carolina Gamecocks Football LogoSouth Carolina Columbia, SC

2021 Clemson Football Schedule Overview

The Clemson Tigers open the 2021 football season against their longtime rival Georgia at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, a matchup that should honestly happen more often. Other non-conference games for the Tigers include SC State, UConn (the first meeting between the two teams), and a renewal of the Palmetto Bowl rivalry game against South Carolina in Columbia. A win over South Carolina on November 27th would make it 7 straight victories over the Gamecocks for the Tigers. Other games of interest include Boston College’s third straight trip to Death Valley on October 2nd, and a Friday night game against Syracuse on October 15th in the Carrier Dome, and Clemson’s first trip to Heinz field to take on Pittsburgh on October 23rd. Because of COVID scheduling, Clemson will make their second straight trip to both Louisville and NC State.





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