Just a little more than two weeks left.

The 2015 Supercross season starts on Jan. 3, 2015 in Anaheim, CA at Angel Stadium. The first of three dates in Anaheim and one of six in the Golden State for the year, the 2015 Supercross series already boasts one of the deepest fields in history, surpassing even last year's widely talked about gate drops.

Gone is four-time defending Supercross champion Ryan Villopoto who is making a career-ending run in the MXGPs overseas. Back is the 2014 Motocross Champion, Ken Roczen, the 2014 West Coast Supercross Champion Jason Anderson now in the 450 class, a very healthy Trey Canard, the 2014 Monster Cup winner Davi Millsaps and don't forget Eli Tomac, Ryan Dungey, Chad Reed, Justin Barcia and so many other wild cards. Still up in the air is FIM's decision to overturn James Stewart's drug suspension.

Expect a large crowd at A1, A2 two weeks later and A3 two weeks after that. Southern California fans get six rounds within driving distance to kick off the season including a stop in Phoenix, San Diego and Oakland before the 2015 Supercross season heads East to Arlington, TX for seven dates on the other side of the country and the start of the 250SX Eastern Region.

Additionally, Atlanta gets rewarded with two rounds back-to-back thanks in part to hosting the largest fan turnout of any stop in the last few years. San Diego moves from Qualcomm Stadium, home of the San Diego Chargers NFL franchise to Petco Park, home to Major League Baseball's San Diego Padres. Seattle and Toronto get bypassed this year. California gets a sixth date with the brand new Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara getting a nod.

Who will win A1? Who gets a jump in points and rounds out the podium? Roczen, a rookie in the 2014 season coming off a 2013 250SX West Championship, surprised everyone by taking the win last year. Can Anderson add his name to the Round 1 rookie wins list? Will Canard carry over his momentum from the Motocross season when he took four out of the last five checkered flags?

Get your calendars out and mark the dates! Tickets are on sale, some as low as $20, and if you can't make it in person, FOX Sports is televising every Supercross race on either FOX Sports 1, FOX Sports 2, or the regular FOX Sports broadcast channel. Check out all the details below.

2015 Supercross Dates and Television Schedule

Date

Venue

City

TV Network

Time (PST)

January 3

Angel Stadium

Anaheim, CA

FOX Sports 1

7 p.m.

January 10

Chase Field

Phoenix

FOX Sports 1

6 p.m.

January 17

Angel Stadium

Anaheim, CA

FOX Sports 1

7 p.m.

January 24

O.Co Coliseum

Oakland, CA

FOX Sports 1

7 p.m.

January 31

Angel Stadium

Anaheim, CA

FOX Sports 1

7 p.m.

February 7

Petco Park

San Diego

FOX Sports 1

7 p.m.

February 14

AT&T Stadium

Arlington, Texas

FOX Sports 2

5 p.m.

February 21

Georgia Dome

Atlanta

FOX Sports 1

4 p.m.

February 28

Georgia Dome

Atlanta

FOX Sports 2

4 p.m.

March 7

Daytona International Speedway

Daytona Beach, FL

FOX Sports 1

4:30 p.m.

March 14

Lucas Oil Stadium

Indianapolis

FOX Sports 2

4 p.m.

March 21

Ford Field

Detroit

FOX Sports 1

4 p.m.

March 28

Edward Jones Dome

St. Louis

FOX Sports 1

5 p.m.

April 11

NRG Stadium

Houston

FOX Sports 1

5 p.m.

April 18

Levi's Stadium

Santa Clara, CA

FOX Sports 1

7 p.m.

April 25

MetLife Stadium

East Rutherford, NJ

FOX Sports

12 p.m.

May 2

Sam Boyd Stadium

Las Vegas

FOX Sports 1

7 p.m.

 

Written By: AndrewT