Georgia and UCLA will play a home-and-home football series in 2025 and 2026, Georgia athletics director Greg McGarity announced Wednesday.
The two teams will play in Pasadena on Aug. 30, 2025 and in Athens on Sept. 5, 2026.
“This home-and-home series provides an opportunity for our students and fans to enjoy a great matchup of two tradition-rich football programs in two of the most iconic venues in sports: the Rose Bowl and Sanford Stadium,” McGarity said.
“These games will attract significant national attention on the opening weekend of the college football season, and we are thankful to our peers at UCLA for making this series happen.”
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Georgia defeated UCLA 9-0 in the Jan. 1, 1943, Rose Bowl. The Bulldogs won again in the 1983 season opener in Athens, 19-8.
Georgia’s last Pac-12 regular-season opponent was Arizona State. The Bulldogs won 27-10 in Tempe in 2008 and 20-17 in Athens a year later.