Green Bay Packers quarterback Jordan Love works out during the 2022 training camp. Ashwaubenon Community News photo
Green Bay Packers quarterback Jordan Love works out during the 2022 training camp. Ashwaubenon Community News photo

Green Packers News release

GREEN BAY — The Green Bay Packers’ 2023 NFL schedule will feature 17 regular-season games and three preseason games. It is highlighted by five prime-time contests (subject to flexible scheduling) on the original schedule for the 10th straight year (2014-23).

The Packers will open the season at the Chicago Bears, marking the fifth straight year and the ninth time in the last 11 seasons that Green Bay has started the season on the road. Green Bay is the only team in the NFL to open the season on the road each of the last five years (2019-23). It is also the fourth time in the last five years that the Packers have opened the season on the road against a division opponent.

Week 12 will be another short week for the Packers as they will play at the Lions on Thanksgiving. It is the first time Green Bay has played on the holiday since they hosted the Bears in 2015 and the first time at Detroit since 2013. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, the two Thursday games against Detroit mark just the second time that two teams have squared off multiple times on a Thursday in the same season (1926 Chicago Bears/Chicago Cardinals).

With the three-game preseason schedule implemented in 2021, the Packers will alternate between hosting one and two preseason games each year. This year, the Packers will open the preseason at the Cincinnati Bengals and then host two games, first against the New England Patriots and then versus the Seattle Seahawks to finish the preseason. Both home games will have a charitable aspect to them with one being the Packers Give Back Game and the other being the Play Football Game.

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All Packers games can be heard on the Packers Radio Network, which is made up of 51 stations in Wisconsin, Michigan, Minnesota, Illinois and North and South Dakota. 97.3 The Game – WRNW-Milwaukee begins its second season as the flagship station of the Packers Radio Network. For a full listing of radio affiliates, go to

Flagshipped by Milwaukee’s WTMJ-TV and in conjunction with WGBA-TV in Green Bay, Packers preseason games are televised over a 22-station network throughout the state of Wisconsin, Upper Michigan, northeastern Minnesota, Peoria in Illinois, Cedar Rapids-Waterloo, Davenport and Des Moines in Iowa, Omaha in Nebraska, St. Louis in Missouri, Bismarck, Fargo and Minot in North Dakota, Sioux Falls in South Dakota, and Anchorage, Fairbanks and Juneau in Alaska. Packers preseason games are also broadcast on Telemundo Wisconsin. For a list of affiliates, please go to


Date                       Opponent                                         Time (CT)                        TV                           

TBD                        at Cincinnati Bengals                              TBD               Packers TV Network

TBD                        NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS                    TBD               Packers TV Network

TBD                        SEATTLE SEAHAWKS (Gold Pkg.)           TBD               Packers TV Network


Date                       Opponent                                       Time (CT)                         TV                           

Sun., Sept. 10         at Chicago Bears                                3:25 p.m.                        FOX

Sun., Sept. 17         at Atlanta Falcons                                 12 p.m.                        FOX

Sun., Sept. 24         NEW ORLEANS SAINTS                       12 p.m.                        FOX

Thu., Sept. 28          DETROIT LIONS (Gold Pkg.)                7:15 p.m.                  Prime Video

Mon., Oct. 9            at Las Vegas Raiders                          7:15 p.m.                       ESPN

Sun., Oct. 15           BYE

Sun., Oct. 22           at Denver Broncos                            *3:25 p.m.                        CBS

Sun., Oct. 29           MINNESOTA VIKINGS                         *12 p.m.                        FOX

Sun., Nov. 5            LOS ANGELES RAMS                         *12 p.m.                        FOX

Sun., Nov. 12          at Pittsburgh Steelers                           *12 p.m.                        CBS

Sun., Nov. 19          LOS ANGELES CHARGERS (Gold Pkg.) *12 p.m.                        FOX

Thu., Nov. 23           at Detroit Lions                                 11:30 a.m.                        FOX

Sun., Dec. 3            KANSAS CITY CHIEFS                     *7:20 p.m.                        NBC

Mon., Dec. 11          at New York Giants                           *7:15 p.m.                        ABC

Sun., Dec. 17          TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS                *12 p.m.                        FOX

Sun., Dec. 24          at Carolina Panthers                            *12 p.m.                        FOX

Sun., Dec. 31          at Minnesota Vikings                         *7:20 p.m.                        NBC

Sat./Sun., Jan. 6/7   CHICAGO BEARS                                    TBD                        TBD

A pdf of the schedule can be downloaded at the following link: