UCLA Football Adds Georgia, Cincinnati and South Alabama To Future Non-Conference Schedule

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This morning it was announced that the UCLA Football team has added three more teams to their future non-conference schedule with dates solidified. The Bruins will being playing a home-and-home series with both the Georgia Bulldogs and the Cincinnati Bearcats and welcomes South Alabama to the Rose Bowl for one contest between the two teams.

Though it is a decade away, UCLA and Georgia will both open up their seasons against each other with the first game at the Rose Bowl on August 30, 2025 and a game at Georgia’s Sanford Stadium in Athens, Georgia on September 5, 2026.

UCLA and Georgia have only met twice before with the Bulldogs beating the Bruins 1983 and 1943.

UCLA had previously scheduled a home-and-home with Cincinnati, yet did not have the dates set. Today, UCLA football confirmed a September 1, 2018 date at the Rose Bowl and an August 31, 2019 match-up at Cincinnati.

UCLA Football Future Non-Conference Schedule

The lone game against South Alabama will be on September 17, 2022 at the Rose Bowl.

Here is the updated future non-conference schedule for the Bruins:

2015 – Virginia (9/5), at UNLV (9/12), BYU (9/19)

2016 – at Texas A&M (9/3), UNLV (9/10), at BYU (9/17)

2017 – Texas A&M (9/2), Hawai’i (9/9), at Memphis (9/16)

2018 – Cincinnati (9/1), at Oklahoma (9/8), Fresno State (9/15)

2019 – at Cincinnati (8/31), San Diego State  (9/7), Oklahoma (9/14)

2020 – Rutgers (9/5), at San Diego State (9/19)

2021 – at LSU (9/4), at Rutgers (9/11)

2022 – at Michigan (9/10)

2023 – Michigan (9/2), South Alabama (9/17)

2024 – at LSU (8/31)

2025 – Georgia (8/30)

2026 – at Georgia (9/5)