Baltimore Ravens Home Schedule 2019

The Baltimore Ravens have a favorable 2019 NFL schedule with 11 games against teams that did not make the playoffs last season. They open their season on the road but face the Arizona Cardinals (Sept. 15) in Week 2. Their next home games are AFC North divisional matchups against the Cleveland Browns (Sept. 29) in Week 4 and the Cincinnati Bengals (Oct. 13) in Week 6.

Baltimore has a bye in Week 8. The Ravens come off the bye week at home against a pair of 2018 playoff teams including the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots (Nov. 3) in Week 9 and Houston Texans (Nov. 17) in Week 11. Their final home game is a divisional matchup vs. the Pittsburgh Steelers (Dec. 29) in Week 17.

2019 Baltimore Ravens Home Schedule

Schedule Date Opponent Time (Eastern)
Preseason Thu, Aug. 8 vs. Jacksonville Jaguars 7:30 PM
Preseason Thu, Aug. 15 vs. Green Bay Packers 7:30 PM
Week 2 Sun, Sept. 15 vs. Arizona Cardinals 1:00 PM
Week 4 Sun, Sept. 29 vs. Cleveland Browns 1:00 PM
Week 6 Sun, Oct. 13 vs. Cincinnati Bengals 1:00 PM
Week 9 Sun, Nov. 3 vs. New England Patriots 8:20 PM
Week 11 Sun, Nov. 17 vs. Houston Texans 1:00 PM
Week 13 Sun, Dec. 1 vs. San Francisco 49ers 1:00 PM
Week 15 Thu, Dec. 12 vs. New York Jets 8:20 PM
Week 17 Sun, Dec. 29 vs. Pittsburgh Steelers 1:00 PM

Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium

The Ravens, founded in 1996, play at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Maryland. The stadium seats over 71,000 and opened in 1998. It is located next to Oriole Park at Camden Yards, home of the MLB’s Baltimore Orioles. Originally called “Ravens Stadium at Camden Yards,” M&T Bank Stadium includes five levels of seating. The venue is praised for its fan amenities, ease of access, concessions, and other facilities.

Baltimore Ravens Seating Chart – M&T Bank Stadium

Baltimore Ravens Seating Chart

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All game times are local and subject to change.

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