The Raiders are entering a new chapter in franchise history, moving from Oakland to Las Vegas for the 2020 NFL season. Playing home games in a new city for the first time in 25 years, the Raiders are set to host several marquee opponents.

Thursday’s NFL schedule release will detail the dates and start times for the team’s contests, but the Raiders know which opponents they will host next season. Three playoff teams and two future Hall of Fame quarterbacks wearing new uniforms are set to visit Las Vegas in 2020.

Tom Brady will play the Raiders on the road in his first season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Las Vegas will see a familiar face under center when Philip Rivers and the Indianapolis Colts make the trip out West.

The Buffalo Bills and New Orleans Saints are set to play on the road against the Raiders. Las Vegas will host the defending Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs, as the team does every year.

The Chiefs, Denver Broncos and Los Angeles Chargers will all face the Raiders both at home and on the road in divisional matchups. In their final season in Oakland, The Raiders went 3-3 within the AFC West.

The Miami Dolphins will also visit Las Vegas.

Every AFC West team is scheduled to play the AFC East and the NFC South. As a result, the Raiders will play the New England Patriots, New York Jets, Atlanta Falcons and Carolina Panthers on the road.

The Cleveland Browns are also on Las Vegas’ road schedule.

The Raiders won’t play any games outside of the United States because of the coronavirus pandemic. The team hosted a contest in Mexico City in 2017. In each of the last two years, the Raiders played a home game in London.

Las Vegas’ opponents combined for a losing record in 2019.

After a 6-4 start that put them in the wild-card race, the Raiders finished the 2019 season with a 7-9 record. The franchise missed the playoffs for the 16th time in 17 years.

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Derek Carr #4 of the Oakland Raiders talks with Baker Mayfield #6 of the Cleveland Browns after their game at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum on September 30, 2018 in Oakland, California. Ezra Shaw/Getty Images