Carolina to take on the Arizona Ridge Riders, Oklahoma Freedom and league’s inaugural Champion Nashville Stampede at team’s Cowboy Days homestand in Greensboro, North Carolina, on Sept. 22-24
Ahead of the second season for the ground-breaking PBR (Professional Bull Riders) Teams league, the Carolina Cowboys, the Carolinas’ first-ever professional bull riding team, have announced their 2023 game schedule.
The 2023 PBR Teams season will include a three-day homestand hosted by each of the eight founding teams, accompanied by two, two-day neutral site events. During event days, each of the league’s eight founding teams will compete in one five-on-five bull riding game against another team, with each team competing in 28 games throughout the regular season. The Teams Championship returns to T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on October 20-22.
The Carolina Cowboys will hold their second-annual homestand, and eighth event of the regular-season, Cowboy Days, on Sept. 22-24 in Greensboro, North Carolina, at Greensboro Coliseum. During their event, they will play the Arizona Ridge Riders (Sept. 22), Oklahoma Freedom (Sept. 23) and Nashville Stampede (Sept. 24).
Throughout the campaign, the Carolina Cowboys will play the reigning PBR Teams Champion Nashville Stampede four times as they look to bring the title to the Carolinas this October.
Every game during the season will be carried by CBS, including seven “Game of the Week” broadcasts, CBS Sports Network, or Pluto TV. The Carolina Cowboys will be featured in two Game of the Week broadcasts. Their telecasts will include their game against the Arizona Ridge Riders in Cheyenne, Wyoming, airing on July 30, and showdown with the Oklahoma Freedom during their North Carolina homestand airing on Sept. 24.