GAINESVILLE, Fla. Florida announced today that it has added a home-and-home series with Notre Dame to its schedules for the 2031 and 2032 football seasons. The Gators will face the Fighting Irish in South Bend, Ind., in 2031, and UF will host Notre Dame for a non-conference contest in 2032.

The two perennial powers have only met one time in their storied histories as Notre Dame came back to beat Florida in the highest-scoring Sugar Bowl to that date, 39-28, on Jan. 1, 1992.

In 2031, the Gators head north to face the Irish on Nov. 15, while Florida will welcome Notre Dame early in the 2032 campaign on Sept. 11.

The future non-conference opponents over the next decade feature Texas, Utah, Cal, Colorado, Arizona State, and NC State, on top of in-state foes Miami, USF, and the annual matchup against Florida State.

Future Power Five Non-Conference Opponents (by year)

2021: Florida State
2022: Utah, at Florida State
2023: at Utah
2024: Miami
2025: at Miami
2026: Cal, at NC State
2027: at Cal
2028: Colorado, at Arizona State
2029: at Colorado
2030: Texas
2031: at Texas, Arizona State, at Notre Dame
2032: Notre Dame, NC State