For the second consecutive season, the Browns will kick off their season at Cleveland Browns Stadium.

This year, they will face an NFC East opponent who they have not played against since 2020. The Browns will host the Dallas Cowboys on Sept. 8 at 4:25 p.m. ET, and the game will air on FOX.

“It’s exciting to be able to open the season at home,” head coach Kevin Stefanski said. “Last year’s home opener was electric, and we expect the same atmosphere. We feed off our fans’ energy and I am sure there will be a little extra juice from them with this being the first one of the 2024 season. The Cowboys are the defending NFC East champs, so it will be a great challenge and we are looking forward to it.”

They traveled to Dallas in 2020 where they beat the Cowboys 49-38 in Week 4. The Browns last hosted the Cowboys in Cleveland in 2016, when they lost to Dallas 35-10. The Browns have played the Cowboys 32 times since 1960 in franchise history, including three postseason games in the 1960s. Cleveland leads the overall series 18-14.