July 22, 2021
Carolina fans had 14 Tar Heels to cheer on during the pandemic-delayed 2020 Summer Olympics and Paralympics in Tokyo. Nine competed for U.S. teams and five for other countries. As the Paralympics wrapped up Sept....Read More
July 19, 2021
After a year of campus challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, Carolina athletics delivered some good news to Tar Heel supporters in July: The department managed to avoid — by far — the deep...Read More
July 2, 2021
A third consecutive field hockey national championship and eight other teams’ top-10 national finishes in NCAA post-season competition propelled Carolina to a fourth-place finish in the 2020-21 Learfield IMG College Directors’ Cup. It is the...Read More
Carolina has home football games against James Madison and South Carolina this fall and will go on the road to play East Carolina and South Florida.
The Heels are excused this year from playing ACC opponents Boston College, Clemson and Florida State.
They will play six home games in Coach Butch Davis’ inaugural season. All games are on Saturdays, and there’s one open date.
The full schedule follows.
|Sept. 1||James Madison||Chapel Hill (SOLD OUT)|
|Sept. 8||East Carolina||Greenville|
|Sept. 15||Virginia||Chapel Hill|
|Sept. 22||South Florida||Tampa|
|Sept. 29||Virginia Tech||Blacksburg|
|Oct. 6||Miami||Chapel Hill (SOLD OUT)|
|Oct. 13||South Carolina||Chapel Hill (SOLD OUT)|
|Oct. 27||Wake Forest||Winston-Salem|
|Nov. 3||Maryland||Chapel Hill
|Nov. 10||N.C. State||Raleigh|
|Nov. 17||Georgia Tech||Atlanta|
|Nov. 24||Duke||Chapel Hill|