Visit Jacksonville Invites Football Fans to Northeast Florida for a Game this Fall

27 August 2021

Visit Jacksonville welcomes football fans and their friends and family to come watch the Jacksonville Jaguars play and visit the many sites and experiences the city has to offer.

The 2021-2022 season is highly anticipated for the Jaguars with No. 1 draft pick Trevor Lawrence vying for the top quarterback spot under new head coach Urban Meyer. With 9 scheduled home games in the heart of Downtown Jacksonville, come experience first-hand why the Travel Channel has TIAA Bank Field on its bucket list of destinations for football fans.

This season’s home games include:

9/19 vs. Denver Broncos
9/26 vs. Arizona Cardinals
10/10 vs. Tennessee Titans
11/7 vs. Buffalo Bills
11/21 vs. San Francisco 49ers
11/28 vs. Atlanta Falcons
12/19 vs. Houston Texans
1/9 vs. Indianapolis Colts

TIAA Bank Field features the world’s largest video board, giving fans the opportunity to watch a 22,000 square foot instant replay. Located near the St. Johns River in Downtown Jacksonville, visitors can easily access accommodations on both the North and Southbank. The stadium is part of Downtown Jacksonville’s Sports Complex, where fans can grab a local drink at Intuition Ale Works or Manifest Distilling, just feet from the stadium.

Make the trip more than just game-day and plan a weekend of activities in Jacksonville’s unique neighborhoods and bustling beach towns. Whether visiting with friends looking to taste local brews on the Jax Ale Trail or planning a family getaway, there’s plenty to do. Jacksonville is known for its top-rated family attractions, some of the most affordable hotel rates in Florida, 22 miles of beaches and the largest urban park system in the nation.

Start planning your trip to Jacksonville for a full weekend of football fun at Tickets and more information on the Jaguars season and stadium is available at

About Visit Jacksonville

Visit Jacksonville is a Destinations International accredited Destination Marketing Organization contracted by the Duval County Tourist Development Council (TDC) to champion the growth of business and leisure tourism in Jacksonville. For a closer look at all there is to see and do in Jacksonville, go to or contact 800-733-2668.

Madilynn Walker
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