What You Need to Know:
* Georgia State announced the addition of three football games to its future football schedules on Thursday as the Panthers will play Furman and Western Michigan in upcoming seasons.
* Georgia State will host Furman on Sept. 7, 2019.
* The Panthers will host Western Michigan on Sept. 22, 2018 and then travel to Kalamazoo on Sept. 14, 2019.
ATLANTA – Georgia State announced the addition of three football games to its future schedules on Thursday as the Panthers will play Furman and Western Michigan in upcoming seasons.
The Panthers will host Furman on Sept. 7, 2019, marking the first time Georgia State faces the Paladins.
Georgia State will host Western Michigan on Sept. 22, 2018, and then travel to Kalamazoo on Sept. 14, 2019.
With the addition of the games, Georgia State’s non-conference schedules are complete through 2018. The Panthers will also host Kennesaw State on Aug. 30, with road games at NC State (Sept. 8) and Memphis (Sept. 15) on the schedule in 2018. Just one game is remaining to complete the 2019 schedule.
Georgia State won its final four regular season games and finished the 2016 season 6-7 after making its first appearance in the AutoNation Cure Bowl, just six years after the inception of the program.
Georgia State will open the 2016 season hosting Ball State on Sept. 2. Season tickets are now available by calling 404-413-4020 or by visiting GeorgiaStateSports.com.
Other future non-conference games already on the schedule following the upcoming season include:
Sept. 1/2 Ball State (Home)
Sept. 10 Air Force (Away)
Sept. 17 Wisconsin (Away)
Oct. 22 UT Martin (Home)
Sept. 2 Tennessee State (Home)
Sept. 9 Charlotte (Away)
Sept. 16 Penn State (Away)
Nov. 18 Memphis (Home)
Aug. 30 Kennesaw State (Home)
Sept. 8 NC State (Away)
Sept. 15 Memphis (Away)
Sept. 22 Western Michigan (Home)
TBD Tennessee (Away)
Sept. 7 Furman (Home)
Sept. 14 Western Michigan (Away)
Sept. 12 Alabama (Away)
Sept. 26 Charlotte (Away)
Sept. 4 Army (Home)
Sept. 11 North Carolina (Away)
Sept. 18 Charlotte (Home)
Sept. 25 Auburn (Away)
Sept. 10 North Carolina (Home)
Sept. 17 Charlotte (Home)
Oct. 1 Army
Sept. 16 Charlotte (Away)
Sept. 28 Vanderbilt (Home)
Sept. 20 Vanderbilt (Away)
All dates are subject to change.