A look at the Carolina Panthers’ 2020 preseason and regular season schedule.

Tanner Muse experienced much success in his previous four trips to Charlotte’s Bank of America Stadium.


Guess it’s only right the former South Point standout will make his NFL debut there as well.


The Carolina Panthers will welcome the Belmont native and his Las Vegas Raider teammates to kickoff the 2020 NFL season on Sept. 13.


After hosting the Raiders, Carolina then hits the road to close out September, getting its first crack at Tom Brady and the new look Tampa Bay Buccaneers, followed by a trip to the west coast and the Los Angeles Chargers. Kickoff for the latter matchup is at 4:05, also marking the franchise’s first trip to the Rams’ new digs at SoFi Stadium.


The Panthers are scheduled for five games in October, alternating home and road dates.


Carolina will start the month with a visit from the Arizona Cardinals, with a trip down Interstate 85 to face NFC South rival Atlanta. A home date against the Chicago Bears, a trip to New Orleans and a Thursday night showcase matchup against the Falcons will close out October for the team.


A visit to Arrowhead Stadium and reigning Super Bowl champion Kansas City will start November for Carolina. Consecutive home matchups against Tampa Bay and Detroit follow, with a trip to Minnesota the week after Thanksgiving to end the team’s November slate.


After a Dec. 6 open date, the Panthers welcome the Denver Broncos to Bank of America Stadium the following Sunday. Carolina will make a trip to Green Bay and Lambeau Field for the second straight year, this time coming on either Dec. 19 or 20.


Two days after Christmas will mark a reunion of sorts, Carolina exchanging season's greetings with former head coach Ron Rivera and his new team, the Washington Redskins. The Panthers finish out the 2020 NFL campaign with a visit from division foe New Orleans.


Carolina’s preseason schedule features a trip from Jacksonville, scheduled for Aug. 13-17. The Panthers will hit the road the following two weeks, traveling to New England and Baltimore before concluding the preseason at home against Pittsburgh.


Single-game tickets for the Panthers’ 2020 slate are currently on sale at Panthers.com/Tickets or via Ticketmaster.


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