The Atlantic Coast Conference and Virginia Tech have announced the 2023 Virginia Tech football schedule and it includes six home games for the Hokies.
The 2023 Virginia Tech football schedule features home games against Old Dominion, Purdue, Pittsburgh, Wake Forest, Syracuse, and N.C. State.
The Hokies will open the season with two home games against out-of-conference opponents, Old Dominion and Purdue, followed by two out of conference road games against Rutgers and Marshall.
The 2023 schedule includes many marquee programs and potential Top 25 opponents this season, including visits to Lane Stadium from Purdue, Pittsburgh, Wake Forest, N.C. State, and Syracuse for a Thursday night game in Blacksburg, one of the signature environments in all of college football.
Various Virginia Tech football ticket packages are available for purchase now on the Virginia Tech Athletics website >
In addition to Virginia Tech football, there are a variety of other fun activities you can enjoy during the fall in Virginia's Blue Ridge. Check out the following pages for more resources on things to do during your football weekend:
Don't forget to also book your accommodations in advance as football weekends often sell out the hotels & lodging options in the region. We have a complete list of Hotels & Lodging options in the region, as well as a page with information specifically about accommodations in the New River Valley & Blacksburg.
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