2021 SEC football schedules for every team: Week-by-week list of games

Here is the complete 2021 SEC football schedule for every team.

The 2021 SEC football schedule has been officially released with the season kicking off on Sept. 4 and with every team playing eight SEC games, including six against division opponents and two games against non-division opponents. Each team has one open week.

“We are proud to have completed the 2020 football season under unique circumstances and will now focus on playing the 2021 football season as scheduled,” said SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey.  “Circumstances around the COVID-19 virus will continue to guide our decision-making should any adjustments need to be made.”

SEC football schedule by week and by team

Week 1: Sept. 4

  • Alabama vs. Miami (Atlanta) Rice at Arkansas
  • Akron at Auburn
  • Florida Atlantic at Florida Georgia vs. Clemson (Charlotte) ULM at Kentucky
  • LSU at UCLA
  • Louisiana Tech at Mississippi State
  • Central Michigan at Missouri Eastern
  • Illinois at South Carolina
  • Bowling Green at Tennessee
  • Kent State at Texas A&M
  • East Tennessee State at Vanderbilt

Sept. 6 (Monday)

  • Ole Miss vs. Louisville (Atlanta)

Week 2: Sept. 11

  • Mercer at Alabama
  • Texas at Arkansas
  • Alabama State at Auburn
  • Florida at South Florida
  • UAB at Georgia
  • Missouri at Kentucky
  • McNeese State at LSU
  • Austin Peay at Ole Miss
  • NC State at Mississippi State
  • South Carolina at East Carolina
  • Pittsburgh at Tennessee
  • Texas A&M vs. Colorado (Denver)
  • Vanderbilt at Colorado State

Sept. 18

  • Georgia Southern at Arkansas
  • Auburn at Penn State
  • Alabama at Florida
  • South Carolina at Georgia
  • Chattanooga at Kentucky
  • Central Michigan at LSU
  • Tulane at Ole Miss
  • Mississippi State at Memphis
  • SEMO at Missouri
  • Tennessee Tech at Tennessee
  • New Mexico at Texas A&M
  • Stanford at Vanderbilt

Sept. 25

  • Southern Miss at Alabama
  • Texas A&M vs. Arkansas (Arlington)
  • Georgia State at Auburn
  • Tennessee at Florida
  • LSU at Mississippi State
  • Missouri at Boston College
  • Kentucky at South Carolina
  • Georgia at Vanderbilt

Oct. 2

  • Ole Miss at Alabama
  • Arkansas at Georgia
  • Florida at Kentucky
  • Auburn at LSU
  • Tennessee at Missouri
  • Troy at South Carolina
  • Mississippi State at Texas A&M
  • UConn at Vanderbilt

Oct. 9

  • Georgia at Auburn
  • Vanderbilt at Florida
  • LSU at Kentucky
  • Arkansas at Ole Miss
  • North Texas at Missouri
  • South Carolina at Tennessee
  • Alabama at Texas A&M

Oct. 16

  • Auburn at Arkansas
  • Kentucky at Georgia
  • Florida at LSU
  • Alabama at Mississippi State
  • Texas A&M at Missouri
  • Vanderbilt at South Carolina
  • Ole Miss at Tennessee

Oct. 23

  • Tennessee at Alabama
  • UAPB at Arkansas
  • LSU at Ole Miss
  • South Carolina at Texas A&M
  • Mississippi State at Vanderbilt

Oct. 30

  • Ole Miss at Auburn
  • Georgia vs. Florida (Jacksonville)
  • Kentucky at Mississippi State
  • Missouri at Vanderbilt

Nov. 6

  • LSU at Alabama
  • Mississippi State at Arkansas
  • Missouri at Georgia
  • Tennessee at Kentucky
  • Liberty at Ole Miss
  • Florida at South Carolina
  • Auburn at Texas A&M

Nov. 13

  • New Mexico State at Alabama
  • Mississippi State at Auburn
  • Samford at Florida
  • Arkansas at LSU
  • Texas A&M at Ole Miss
  • South Carolina at Missouri
  • Georgia at Tennessee
  • Kentucky at Vanderbilt

Nov. 20

  • Arkansas at Alabama
  • Charleston Southern at Georgia
  • New Mexico State at Kentucky
  • ULM at LSU
  • Vanderbilt at Ole Miss
  • Tennessee State at Mississippi State
  • Florida at Missouri
  • Auburn at South Carolina
  • South Alabama at Tennessee
  • Prairie View at Texas A&M

Nov. 27

  • Missouri at Arkansas (Little Rock)
  • Alabama at Auburn
  • Florida State at Florida
  • Georgia at Georgia Tech
  • Kentucky at Louisville
  • Texas A&M at LSU
  • Ole Miss at Mississippi State
  • Clemson at South Carolina
  • Vanderbilt at Tennessee

Dec. 4

  • SEC Championship Game (Atlanta)

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