Panthers vs. Saints: Upcoming Game Info & Rivalry History

When Do the Carolina Panthers and the New Orleans Saints Play Next?

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Are the Carolina Panthers and the New Orleans Saints Rivals?

Yes, the Carolina Panthers and the New Orleans Saints are rivals within the NFL. More specifically, they’re divisional rivals within the NFC South. As divisional rivals, the Panthers and Saints play each other twice each regular season. Additionally, as teams who have shared relative success over the years, the Panthers and Saints are routinely competing for playoff spots against each other and have even faced each other in win-or-go-home situations, upping the ante of competitive juice within the rivalry.

Who are the Carolina Panthers’ Biggest Rivals?

Since the inception of the NFC South in 2002, the Carolina Panthers have developed fierce rivalries with their divisional opponents: the New Orleans Saints, the Atlanta Falcons and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Due to a number of heated postseason matchups, the Panthers have also developed nontraditional rivalries with two NFC West opponents, the Seattle Seahawks and the Arizona Cardinals.

Who are the New Orleans Saints’ Biggest Rivals?

As one of the most successful franchises since the turn of the millennium, the New Orleans Saints have a number of great rivalries within the NFL. The Saints’ most intense rivals are their divisional opponents: the Carolina Panthers, the Atlanta Falcons and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Saints also have intense rivalries with the Minnesota Vikings, the Dallas Cowboys and the Chicago Bears.

Game Results Between the Panthers and Saints

The Carolina Panthers and New Orleans Saints have a longstanding rivalry in the NFC South, with both teams vying for divisional supremacy and playoff berths:

DateHome TeamAway TeamLocationWinnerScore
01/08/2023SaintsPanthersCaesars SuperdomeCarolina10-7
09/25/2022PanthersSaintsBank of America StadiumCarolina22-14
01/02/2022SaintsPanthersCaesars SuperdomeNew Orleans18-10
09/19/2021PanthersSaintsBank of America StadiumCarolina26-7
01/03/2021PanthersSaintsBank of America StadiumNew Orleans33-7
10/25/2020SaintsPanthersCaesars SuperdomeNew Orleans27-24
12/29/2019PanthersSaintsBank of America StadiumNew Orleans42-10
11/24/2019SaintsPanthersCaesars SuperdomeNew Orleans34-31
12/30/2018SaintsPanthersCaesars SuperdomeCarolina33-14
12/17/2018PanthersSaintsBank of America StadiumNew Orleans12-9
01/07/2018SaintsPanthersCaesars SuperdomeNew Orleans31-26
12/03/2017SaintsPanthersCaesars SuperdomeNew Orleans31-21
09/24/2017PanthersSaintsBank of America StadiumNew Orleans34-13
11/17/2016PanthersSaintsBank of America StadiumCarolina23-20
10/16/2016SaintsPanthersCaesars SuperdomeNew Orleans41-38
12/06/2015SaintsPanthersCaesars SuperdomeCarolina41-38
09/27/2015PanthersSaintsBank of America StadiumCarolina27-22
12/07/2014SaintsPanthersCaesars SuperdomeCarolina41-10
10/30/2014PanthersSaintsBank of America StadiumNew Orleans28-10
12/22/2013PanthersSaintsBank of America StadiumCarolina17-13
12/08/2013SaintsPanthersCaesars SuperdomeNew Orleans31-13
12/30/2012SaintsPanthersCaesars SuperdomeCarolina44-38
09/16/2012PanthersSaintsBank of America StadiumCarolina35-27
01/01/2012SaintsPanthersCaesars SuperdomeNew Orleans45-17
10/09/2011PanthersSaintsBank of America StadiumNew Orleans30-27
11/07/2010PanthersSaintsBank of America StadiumNew Orleans34-3
10/03/2010SaintsPanthersCaesars SuperdomeNew Orleans16-14
01/03/2010PanthersSaintsBank of America StadiumCarolina23-10
11/08/2009SaintsPanthersCaesars SuperdomeNew Orleans30-20
12/28/2008SaintsPanthersCaesars SuperdomeCarolina33-31
10/19/2008PanthersSaintsBank of America StadiumCarolina30-7
11/25/2007PanthersSaintsBank of America StadiumNew Orleans31-6
10/07/2007SaintsPanthersCaesars SuperdomeCarolina16-13
12/31/2006SaintsPanthersCaesars SuperdomeCarolina31-21
10/01/2006PanthersSaintsBank of America StadiumCarolina21-18
12/18/2005SaintsPanthersCaesars SuperdomeCarolina27-10
09/11/2005PanthersSaintsBank of America StadiumNew Orleans23-20
01/02/2005PanthersSaintsBank of America StadiumNew Orleans21-18
12/05/2004SaintsPanthersCaesars SuperdomeCarolina32-21
10/26/2003SaintsPanthersCaesars SuperdomeCarolina23-20
10/05/2003PanthersSaintsBank of America StadiumCarolina19-13
12/29/2002SaintsPanthersCaesars SuperdomeCarolina10-6
11/10/2002PanthersSaintsBank of America StadiumNew Orleans34-24
12/02/2001SaintsPanthersCaesars SuperdomeNew Orleans27-23
10/14/2001PanthersSaintsBank of America StadiumNew Orleans27-25
11/12/2000PanthersSaintsBank of America StadiumNew Orleans20-10
10/15/2000SaintsPanthersCaesars SuperdomeNew Orleans24-6
01/02/2000PanthersSaintsBank of America StadiumCarolina45-13
09/12/1999SaintsPanthersCaesars SuperdomeNew Orleans19-10
11/01/1998PanthersSaintsBank of America StadiumCarolina31-17

Carolina Panthers vs. New Orleans Saints History

There is a stark contrast in history between the Panthers and Saints that adds an element to their rivalry that not many teams share. The New Orleans Saints have been in the NFL since 1967, while the Panthers played their first season in 1995. Despite this contrast in legacy, both teams have shared relatively similar levels of success. Entering the 2023 season, the Panthers have six divisional championships, compared to the Saints’ nine. While New Orleans did win the Super Bowl in 2009, the Panthers have made two Super Bowl appearances (2003 and 2015).

Additionally, the rivalry between the Panthers and Saints has 57 installments of play, with the Saints narrowly holding a margin of total victories, 29-28. Each squad shares the same largest margin of victory (32) over the other, with the Panthers beating the Saints 45-13 in 2000 and the Saints returning the favor 42-10 in 2019. The longest win streak is also nominal between the two franchises, with the Panthers holding two streaks of four consecutive victories, eclipsed by the Saints’ five straight wins from 2000–2002.

From 1995 to 2010, the Panthers had a stranglehold over the Saints, winning 17 of their 30 matchups. This was in large part due to the sustained success of head coach John Fox, quarterback Jake Delhomme, receiver Steve Smith Sr., and running backs Jonathan Stewart and DeAngelo Williams. The Panthers also had a star-studded defense powered by a dominant front seven.

However, the Saints turned the tide in 2006 with the acquisition of MVP and future Hall of Fame quarterback Drew Brees, who played 14 seasons in New Orleans, won a Super Bowl in 2009, and rewrote both single season and career records at the position. Still, the Panthers did not roll over and accept defeat. With an MVP of their own in quarterback Cam Newton, the Panthers remained competitive against the Saints and made it to the Super Bowl in 2015, though they lost to the Seattle Seahawks.

Where Do the New Orleans Saints and Carolina Panthers Play?

The home of the New Orleans Saints is the Caesars Superdome. While it is one of the older stadiums in the NFL, the Superdome is iconic, having hosted Super Bowl championships, NCAA Final Four games, Monster Jam and even Wrestlemania. The Superdome has a maximum capacity of 76,468 for football, but a record attendance of 78,133 in April of 2018 for WrestleMania 34.

Located in uptown Charlotte, North Carolina, Bank of America Stadium plays host to the Carolina Panthers. BoA Stadium opened in the summer of 1996 and can host up to 75,525 occupants for a Panthers home game. The stadium originally cost $248 million to construct, but the Panthers have financed renovations over each of the last three years to improve the stadium atmosphere and quality of experience.

Other NFL Rivalries

Bengals vs. RavensBears vs. Cardinals
Browns vs. RavensCardinals vs. Rams
Ravens vs. Steelers49ers vs. Cardinals
Bills vs. ChiefsCardinals vs. Seahawks
Bills vs. DolphinsFalcons vs. Panthers
Bills vs. PatriotsFalcons vs. Saints
Bills vs. JetsFalcons vs. Buccaneers
Bengals vs. BrownsPanthers vs. Saints
Bengals vs. ChiefsBuccaneers vs. Panthers
Bengals vs. SteelersBears vs. Lions
Browns vs. SteelersBears vs. Packers
Broncos vs. ChiefsBears vs. Vikings
Broncos vs. RaidersCowboys vs. Packers
Broncos vs. ChargersCowboys vs. Rams
Colts vs. TexansCowboys vs. Giants
Jaguars vs. TexansCowboys vs. Eagles
Colts vs. JaguarsCowboys vs. 49ers
Chiefs vs. RaidersLions vs. Packers
Chargers vs. RaidersLions vs. Vikings
Chargers vs. ChiefsVikings vs. Packers
Dolphins vs. Patriots49ers vs. Rams
Dolphins vs. JetsSaints vs. Vikings
Jets vs. PatriotsBuccaneers vs. Saints
Titans vs. RavensGiants vs. Eagles
Texans vs. TitansRams vs. Seahawks
Colts vs. TitansSeahawks vs. 49ers
Jaguars vs. TitansCommanders vs. Cowboys
Titans vs. SteelersCommanders vs. Giants
Commanders vs. Eagles

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