Michigan Football: Schedules & Opponents Through 2034

Michigan Football Future Schedules and Opponents

As college football often plans its schedules well in advance, the Michigan Football team has now set some of their matchups as far out as 2034. The Big Ten enlargement has incorporated teams such as Oregon, UCLA, USC, and Washington, ensuring that Michigan’s conference schedules are locked in from 2024 through 2028.

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Conference and Non-Conference Clashes

When diving into non-conference games, the Wolverines are set for exciting home and away games against prominent programs like Texas and Oklahoma. In 2024, Michigan will host Texas and in 2027 will travel to Texas. Oklahoma will visit Michigan Stadium in 2026 because the Wolverines head to Oklahoma in 2025.

Looking further ahead, the schedules for 2033 and 2034 have been released where Michigan is slated to face its traditional rival Notre Dame. The Wolverines will host the Fighting Irish in 2033 and then journey to South Bend in 2024. Additionally, games against in-state rivals such as Central Michigan, Eastern Michigan, and Western Michigan are also on the calendar.

Detailed Future Matchups

Here’s a glimpse at future opponents and locations (via Maize and Brew) laid out for the Wolverines stretching over the next decade:


Home Games: Fresno State, Texas, Arkansas State, Michigan State, Minnesota, Northwestern, Oregon, USC

Away Games: Illinois, Indiana, Ohio State, Washington


  • Home Games: New Mexico, Central Michigan, Ohio State, Purdue, Washington, Wisconsin
  • Away Games: Oklahoma, Maryland, Michigan State, Nebraska, Northwestern, USC


  • Home Games: Western Michigan, Oklahoma, UTEP, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan State, Penn State, UCLA
  • Away GamesMinnesota, Ohio State, Oregon, Rutgers


  • Home Games: Buffalo, Eastern Michigan, Illinois, Ohio State, Oregon, Rutgers
  • Away Games: Texas, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan State, Penn State, UCLA


  • Home Games: Maryland, Michigan State, Nebraska, Northwestern, USC
  • Away Games: Ohio State, Purdue, Washington, Wisconsin


  • Home GamesWestern Michigan


  • Home GamesEastern Michigan


  • Home GamesNotre Dame


  • Away GamesNotre Dame
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Bottom Line

This list will continue to expand as additional matchups are confirmed. The detailed schedule not only reflects the strategic planning of college football but also ensures fans have plenty of thrilling games to anticipate. Whether it’s fierce conference rivalries or significant non-conference battles, Michigan football seems set for action-packed seasons ahead.

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