The 2017 season for Brian Kelly and the Notre Dame football program will be an important rebounding campaign after the team posted a 4-8 record a season ago. However, this season will feature an intriguing quirk: for the first time since 2008, Notre Dame will play seven games at home, forgoing the annual Shamrock Series game played at a neutral site.
With only five road games on the slate, the travel for the Irish will be decreased significantly. That bodes well for a team that lost all three of its true road games last season, as well as losing a neutral-site contest in Jacksonville against Navy. Notre Dame will have away games against three ACC opponents, with the remaining two coming against non-conference (Big Ten and PAC-12) opponents. To get a bird’s-eye view of the six sites in which Notre Dame football will be played this season (including what will be a newly-renovated Notre Dame Stadium), check out the virtual tour below.
The stadiums, in order:
- Notre Dame Stadium
- Alumni Stadium (Boston College)
- Spartan Stadium (Michigan State)
- Kenan Memorial Stadium (North Carolina)
- Hard Rock (Miami)
- Stanford (Stanford)