ATHENS — Georgia football will play host to Charlotte in 2025 on Nov. 22 of that year.
The University of Georgia confirmed the future scheduling with DawgNation on Monday.
The 49ers were 5-7 last season and 4-4 playing in Conference USA. Will Healy is the new Charlotte coach this season, coming over from FCS Austin Peay.
Healy should have a good idea of what to expect in Sanford Stadium after his visit there last season with the Governors. Georgia beat Healy and Austin Peay.
The Bulldogs also play UCLA in 2025 the Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, Calif., along with tradition rival Georgia Tech in Atlanta’s Bobby Dodd Stadium.
Georgia has no plans to move the date of the annual rivalry game with the Yellow Jackets from the end of the regular season, so UGA will be wrapping up the SEC portion of the schedule early in 2025.
Georgia has yet to finish up its 2025 schedule, as two slots remain open, including one that will likely be designated for a Power Five opponent.
Coach Kirby Smart has looked to beef up the Bulldogs’ future schedules.
Current UGA athletic director Greg McGarity has given Smart’s philosophy his stamp of approval.
Georgia has scheduled future home-and-home series with Florida State (2027, 2028) and Oklahoma (2023, 2031) this offseason.
This, in addition to other home-and-home series with Clemson (2029-2030, 2032-2033) and Texas (2028-2029).
The Bulldogs play Virginia to open the 2020 season at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta.
.@CharlotteFTBL schedule news: 49ers will play at Georgia in 2025 (Nov. 22). One-off game for Charlotte, which also has games at SEC’s Tennessee in 2020, South Carolina in 2022 and Florida in 2023. @Charlotte49ers
— David Scott (@davidscott14) July 29, 2019