Cincinnati Bengals Home Schedule 2019
The Cincinnati Bengals open their 2019 NFL season on the road but face the San Francisco 49ers (Sept. 15) Week 2 at home. They have five road games in the first half of the season followed by a bye during Week 9.
The Bengals have a couple of AFC North divisional home games following the bye against the Baltimore Ravens (Nov. 10) in Week 10 and the Pittsburgh Steelers (Nov. 24) in Week 12. They also have a key home matchup against the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots (Dec. 15) in Week 15. Their last divisional home game comes against the Cleveland Browns (Dec. 29) in Week 17.
2019 Cincinnati Bengals Home Schedule
|Preseason||Thu, Aug. 22||vs. New York Giants||7:00 PM|
|Preseason||Thu, Aug. 29||vs. Indianapolis Colts||7:00 PM|
|Week 2||Sun, Sept. 15||vs. San Francisco 49ers||1:00 PM|
|Week 5||Sun, Oct. 6||vs. Arizona Cardinals||1:00 PM|
|Week 7||Sun, Oct. 20||vs. Jacksonville Jaguars||1:00 PM|
|Week 10||Sun, Nov. 10||vs. Baltimore Ravens||1:00 PM|
|Week 12||Sun, Nov. 24||vs. Pittsburgh Steelers||1:00 PM|
|Week 13||Sun, Dec. 1||vs. New York Jets||1:00 PM|
|Week 15||Sun, Dec. 15||vs. New England Patriots||1:00 PM|
|Week 17||Sun, Dec. 29||vs. Cleveland Browns||1:00 PM|
Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium
The Bengals, founded in 1967, play at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio. The stadium seats over 65,000 and opened in 2000. It is named after Bengals’ founder Paul Brown. It is nicknamed “The Jungle” in reference to the Bengal tiger’s natural habitat, and the Guns N’ Roses song, “Welcome to the Jungle,” plays in a pre-kickoff tradition.
Cincinnati Bengals Seating Chart – Paul Brown Stadium
Individual game tickets for all games are available now.
All game times are local and subject to change.