Bank of America Stadium is home to the NFL’s Carolina Panthers.
Georgia and Clemson haven’t met since the 2014 season, when Georgia won 45-21 in Athens. Georgia leads the series all-time 42-18-4, but the teams have met only eight teams since the 1987 season, when the Bulldogs and Tigers ceased playing each other annually. UGA has won six of the past eight games in the series.
Though the game against Clemson in 2021 replaces the previously scheduled home game against San Jose State, UGA will have to pay San Jose State the full $1.8 million it was guaranteed for the game.
In addition to the games against Clemson, Georgia previously announced home-and-home series with five other Power 5 non-conference opponents: Texas (2028 in Austin and 2029 in Athens); UCLA (2025 in Pasadena, Calif., and 2026 in Athens); Florida State (2027 in Tallahassee and 2028 in Athens); Oklahoma (2023 in Norman and 2031 in Athens); and Ohio State (2030 in Athens and 2031 in Columbus). The Bulldogs also have agreed to play Virginia (2020) and Oregon (2022) in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff game at Mercedes-Benz Stadium: 2020 vs. Virginia.