Arkansas football announces 2025 SEC opponents

FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas football's 2025 SEC opponents are set, the program announced Wednesday. The Razorbacks' conference opponents are the same as those in 2024, with home and away games flipped.

That means Arkansas will host Auburn, Mississippi State, Missouri and Texas A&M in 2025 and travel to play at LSU, Ole Miss, Tennessee and Texas.

Texas A&M will make its first trip to Fayetteville since 2013. The game has been played at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, in all but three seasons since 2009, but the 2024 matchup on Sept. 28 will be the last neutral-site game between the teams played at the home of the Dallas Cowboys.

The 2025 game at Tennessee will be Arkansas' first trip to Neyland Stadium since 2015, and the game at Texas will be the Razorbacks' first game at Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium since 2008.

Arkansas' 2025 nonconference slate is already determined. The Razorbacks are scheduled to open the 2025 season with a game against Missouri State on Aug. 30. The Razorbacks then travel to War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock on Sept. 6 to face Arkansas State for the first time in program history. 

The Razorbacks are scheduled to play at Memphis on Sept. 20, 2025. It will be Arkansas' first regular-season game in Memphis since 1998.

Back at Razorback Stadium, Arkansas will host Notre Dame for the first time Sept. 27.

The Razorbacks are not scheduled to play Alabama in 2024 or 2025. The Crimson Tide are the only team from the old SEC West not on Arkansas' schedule in those years.

The SEC will eliminate divisions as part of the 16-team conference that will be formed when Oklahoma and Texas officially join in July.