Georgia-Florida Game To Remain in Jacksonville Through 2025

Georgia and Florida agreed on Wednesday to exercise a two-year option to keep their annual rivalry game in Jacksonville.

After serving as the home of the Georgia-Florida series since 1933 – save for a two-year interlude from 1994-95 when the game was played on campus while the stadium in Jacksonville was rebuilt to host the city’s new NFL expansion team. There has been much speculation in recent years regarding the future of the rivalry game in its long-time home. On Wednesday, however, Georgia and Florida announced a two-year extension for the series to remain on the First Coast through the 2025 season.