The Seattle Seahawks will kick off its 2021 regular season with a trip to Indianapolis, the team announced Wednesday.
The Seahawks' opener against the Colts is set for Sunday, Sept. 12, with kickoff at 10 a.m. Pacific time.
The trip to Indianapolis will be the first for Seattle since 2013, a game the Seahawks lost 34-28, one of only three losses in that Super Bowl-winning season. The two teams last faced off in 2017 with the Seahawks winning 46-18 with three Russell Wilson touchdowns.
Seattle's 2021 schedule features five prime-time games, marking the ninth-consecutive season with four or more, including three home prime-time games for the sixth-consecutive season.
The Seahawks are a league-best 33-8-1 in prime-time and holds an 11-2 record on Monday Night Football since 2010.
Seattle will play nine games against 2020 playoff teams next season, with home game matchups against the Titans, Rams, Saints and Bears.
See the full 2021 schedule below
Unlike previous seasons, the team only has two 10 a.m. kickoffs. The Seahawks are 19-7 in its last 26 10 a.m. PT kickoffs, including 3-1 last season.