Chiefs open 2024 season, defend title against Ravens

The Kansas City Chiefs will begin their bid for a three-peat when they host the Baltimore Ravens in the NFL's annual prime-time season opener, the league announced Monday.

The matchup, to be played on Thursday, September 5 at Arrowhead Stadium, is a rematch of last season's AFC Championship Game, which the Chiefs won 17–10 before defeating the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LVIII.

The Chiefs are playing a Thursday night opener at Arrowhead Stadium for the third time in five seasons. They defeated the Houston Texans in 2020 and lost to the Detroit Lions in 2023. They are 2–1 in the NFL Kickoff Game since it was introduced in the 2002 season.

The Ravens lost their only previous Kickoff Game appearance when they were defeated by the Denver Broncos early in the 2013 season.

The full NFL regular season schedule is expected to be released on Wednesday.

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