Each organization in the NFL will begin the 2023 season with a blank page. Optimism abounds for every team as the foundation for the future is built during the offseason. After finishing with an 8-9 record last year, the Buccaneers are hopeful for revitalization. A new chapter will be written on September 10, as Tampa Bay's regular season begins on the road.
The Buccaneers will travel to Minnesota for Week One, taking on the Vikings at 1:00 pm ET on CBS and it will mark the fifth time that the two clubs have met in Week One. The matchup will pit two 2022 division title winners against one another, as the Vikings set atop the NFC North hierarchy last season with a 13-4 record. Since joining the NFC South in 2002, the Buccaneers are 6-2 against the Vikings.
Week Two will mark the Bucs' home opener at Raymond James Stadium against the Chicago Bears on September 17 at 1:00 pm ET. The matchup will air on FOX. The Bears coasted to a 3-14 record last season – last in the NFC North – and will be looking for redemption in front of a red crowd in Tampa, Florida. The Bucs have won three consecutive home openers vs. Chicago dating back to 1998, with a collective 75-point winning margin in the aforementioned contests.
- Single game tickets are now on sale! If you want to capture the magic of the Bucs' 2023 season with a front row seat to the action, click here to purchase your tickets starting Thursday at 8pm.
- 2023 Buccaneers' season passes are also on sale now! For Bucs' football fanatics, not only do season passes provide a seat at every home game at Raymond James Stadium but passes also come with an entire year of exclusive Krewe Member benefits including discounts at the team store and in-stadium concession stands, VIP access to Training Camp and the official Buccaneers Draft Party, and more. Click here to select your seats and join the Krewe!