Feld Entertainment announced the 2019 Monster Energy Supercross season today that brings the series to a new place, some forgotten spots and the usual reoccurring venues.

No changes to the number of races as the 17 round season begins January 5, 2019 at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, CA for A1. Riders head to Arizona for Round 2 before heading back to California for Anaheim 2 and dates in Oakland and San Diego. In a first, Nashville, TN hosts a round at Nissan Stadium on April 6 and fans in Denver get to stay local for the first time since 1996 when Supercross takes over Broncos Stadium at Mile High on April 13. Ford Field in Detroit and MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ also return after getting a break last year. Tampa, which hosted in 2018 for the first time since 1999 got dropped as did Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, MA and Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City, UT. The series concludes as usual on May 4 in Las Vegas at Sam Boyd Stadium.

Supercross Futures which replaces the now extinct Arenacross also begins with eight select dates (as noted by the * in the table below) on the Sunday following Supercross to help amateur riders earn Road to Supercross points for their AMA Supercross license. The Triple Crown format which debuted last year and features three shortened Main Events and uses Olympic style scoring to determine the overall winner, returns as does two East-West showdowns. Dates for those contests get revealed on October 23, 2018 the same day tickets go on sale. Presale begins October 9.

NBC Sports Network will broadcast all rounds with seven tape-delayed. Check out the full 2019 Supercross schedule below:




January 5

Angel Stadium

Anaheim, CA

January 12*

State Farm Stadium

Glendale, AZ

January 19*

Angel Stadium

Anaheim, CA

January 26*

Oakland-Alameda Coliseum

Oakland, CA

February 2

Petco Park

San Diego, CA

February 9

U.S. Bank Stadium

Minneapolis, MN

February 16

AT&T Stadium

Arlington, TX

February 23

Ford Field

Detroit, MI

March 2

Mercedes-Benz Stadium

Atlanta, GA

March 9

Daytona Speedway

Daytona, FL

March 16*

Lucas Oil Stadium

Indianapolis, IN

March 23

CenturyLink Field

Seattle, WA

March 30*

NRG Stadium

Houston, TX

April 6*

Nissan Stadium

Nashville, TN

April 13*

Broncos Stadium at Mile High

Denver, CO

April 27

Metlife Stadium

East Rutherford, NJ

May 4*

Sam Boyd Stadium

Las Vegas