Mizzou just added several games to the program’s future slate.

While noting the list of games below are subject to change, Mizzou announced on Friday that 12 future non-conference games have been added to the program’s docket in the years to come.

Starting in 2026 and scheduling all the way out to the 2035 season, Missouri will host Troy, added a new 2-for-1 deal with Northern Illinois, a home-and-home with North Texas and two home-and-home series with Illinois.

Following the Friday announcement from the school, here is an updated look at Missouri’s complete non-conference slate for the seasons to come.


vs. Central Arkansas, Sept. 5
vs. Eastern Michigan, Sept. 26
at BYU, Oct. 10
vs. Louisiana, Nov. 21


vs. Central Michigan, Sept. 4
vs. Southeast Missouri, Sept. 18
at Boston College, Sept. 25
vs. North Texas, Oct. 9


vs. South Dakota, Sept. 3
at Kansas State, Sept. 10
at Middle Tennessee, Sept. 17
vs. New Mexico State, Nov. 19


vs. Southeast Missouri, Sept. 2
vs. Middle Tennessee, Sept. 9
vs. Kansas State, Sept. 16
at Memphis, Sept. 23


vs. Murray State, Aug. 31
vs. Buffalo, Sept. 7
vs. Boston College, Sept. 14
at UMass, Oct. 12


vs. North Dakota, Aug. 30
at Miami (Ohio), Sept. 13
at Colorado, Sept. 20
vs. UMass, Oct. 18


vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff, Sept. 5
at Illinois, Sept. 26
vs. Troy, Nov. 21


vs. Illinois State, Sept. 4
at San Diego State, Sept. 11
vs. Illinois, Sept. 18


vs. San Diego State, Sept. 2
vs. SE Missouri State, Sept. 9
at Illinois, Sept. 16
vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 30


vs. Missouri State, Sept. 1
vs. Illinois, Sept. 15
at Northern Illinois, Sept. 29


vs. SE Missouri, Aug.31
vs. Colorado, Sept. 7
at North Texas, Sept. 14


vs. North Texas, Sept. 13
vs. Illinois, Sept. 15
at Northern Illinois, Sept. 29


vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 4
at Illinois, Sept. 18


vs. Illinois, Sept. 17


at Illinois, Sept. 16


vs. Illinois, Sept. 15