2018 Memphis Tigers Football Schedule

Posted by Holly Whitfield | February 14th 2017 1848 0

Here’s the schedule for the 2018 Memphis Tigers Football Season + a list of places to watch the games on television.

When it gets closer to the actual season, we’ll update the Guide To Memphis Tigers Football.

Go Tigers Go!

For more info, head to gotigersgo.com.

Last year (2017), single game tickets started at $20 or $25 for the End Zone/Family Fun area and went up to $70 for the premium chair-back seats. I’ll share more ticket info as it becomes available.

Home games are in bold. No times or TV stations have been announced yet. Read more here.

Memphis v. Mercer
September 1, 2018

Memphis v. Navy
September 8, 2018

Memphis v. Georgia State
September 14, 2018

Memphis v. South Alabama
September 22, 2018

Memphis v. Tulane
September 28, 2018

Memphis v. Connecticut
October 6, 2018

Memphis v. UCF
October 13, 2018

Memphis v. Missouri
October 20, 2018

Memphis v. East Carolina
November 3, 2018

Memphis v. Tulsa
November 10, 2018

Memphis v. SMU
November 16, 2018

Memphis v. Houston
November 23, 2018

Looking for places to watch the away games? The following bars have been known to be great gathering places for Tigers fans. It’s always a good idea to call ahead to be sure they’ll be open early/have the sound on/whatever the case may be.

I’ll update this before the actual 2018 season starts.


Bar-B-Q Shop
The Bayou
Celtic Crossing
Local on the Square
Stanley’s BBQ
Young Avenue Deli

East Memphis / Beyond
Brookhaven Pub
Central BBQ Summer Avenue
Flying Saucer Cordova
Fox & Hound
Mellow Mushroom Germantown
Skybox Grill in Collierville
R.P. Tracks
Rock ‘n’ Dough Pizza


Aldo’s Pizza
Bardog Tavern
Flying Saucer downtown
Green Beetle
Kooky Canuck
Local Gastropub
Max’s Sports Bar
Tin Roof

Got more ideas for where to watch Tigers football games in Memphis? Leave me your suggestions in the comments.

Author: Holly Whitfield

I write about what’s going on with Memphis music, food, arts, events, sports, people, and culture. Memphians love Elvis and barbeque with a passion that must be seen to be believed, but there is so much more to this place.

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