Detroit Lions Home Schedule 2019

The Detroit Lions open their 2019 NFL season on the road and their first home game is Week 2 against the Los Angeles Chargers (Sept. 15). They face another 2018 playoff team at home with the Kansas City Chiefs (Sept. 29) during Week 4. Detroit has a bye in Week 5.

The Lions get into their divisional schedule after the bye. The first home NFC North divisional matchup is Week 7 against the Minnesota Vikings (Oct. 20), followed by Week 11 vs. the Dallas Cowboys (Nov. 17). They have the first game on Thanksgiving day at home against the Chicago Bears (Nov. 28) in Week 13. And they end the season at home in a pivotal matchup against the Green Bay Packers (Dec. 29).

2019 Detroit Lions Home Schedule

Schedule Date Opponent Time (Eastern)
Preseason Thu, Aug. 8 vs. New England Patriots 7:30 PM
Preseason Fri, Aug. 23 vs. Buffalo Bills 8:00 PM
Week 2 Sun, Sept. 15 vs. Los Angeles Chargers 1:00 PM
Week 4 Sun, Sept. 29 vs. Kansas City Chiefs 1:00 PM
Week 7 Sun, Oct. 20 vs. Minnesota Vikings 1:00 PM
Week 8 Sun, Oct. 27 vs. New York Giants 1:00 PM
Week 11 Sun, Nov. 17 vs. Dallas Cowboys 1:00 PM
Week 13 Thu, Nov. 28 vs. Chicago Bears 12:30 PM
Week 15 Sun, Dec. 15 vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1:00 PM
Week 17 Sun, Dec. 29 vs. Green Bay Packers 1:00 PM

Detroit Lions at Ford Field

The Lions, founded in 1930, play at Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan. The stadium seats 70,000 and opened in 2002. It is located in downtown Detroit next to Comerica Park where the MLB’s Detroit Tigers play. Unlike most domed stadiums, Ford Field allows a lot of natural light to reach the field due to massive skylights and large glass windows at the open corners. The ceiling windows are frosted to mimic Detroit’s automotive factories.

Detroit Lions Seating Chart – Ford Field

Detroit Lions Seating Chart

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All game times are local and subject to change.

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