The 2015 season just ended, and plans have already been put together for the 2016 season.

Although dates and start times are still to be determined, each team knows which teams they are playing and in what order for the 2016 season.

To find the schedule for a team: Scroll to the top of this page, mouse over "teams, " then mouse over the specific region, click on the team name, and then scroll to the bottom of that page to find the 2016 football schedule.

Some notes about the 2016 schedules:

4A:

Same teams, same order, other place. The Gillette-Sheridan rematch (aka the Energy Bowl) will take place on week 5 at Sheridan.

3A:

Same teams, same order, other place, although there are 3 exceptions. Jackson will start at Sugar Salem, Idaho, Rawlins will play home vs. Lyman, instead of Kemmerer, and Torrington will open up at Wheatland, instead of Glenrock. The Green River-Star Valley rematch will take place in week 6 at SV.

2A:

Moorcroft takes Wright's place in the East. There are some new non-conference matchups, and some conference games will have Team A visiting Team B for the 2nd year in a row. Lovell will travel to Big Horn again to start the season, while Big Horn will go back to Wheatland in week 8. The Rams also have a long road trip to Kemmerer in week 3. Burns gets to host Greybull, but Pine Bluffs has been dropped from the schedule, although the 2 schools could schedule a zero week exhibition game vs. each other. Glenrock has to make a long trip to Lyman. Moorcroft goes to Lovell in week 5. Newcastle will start the season home vs. Upton-Sundance. Thermopolis opens up at Greybull, and hosts Mountain View. Wheatland starts home vs. Torrington, has to travel to Pinedale and has to make a 2nd straight trip to Thermopolis and Burns, but gets Big Horn home for the 2nd year in a row. The Glenrock-Wheatland rematch will be week 5 at Wheatland. Lovell goes to Greybull for the 2nd year in a row, and that has been moved up to week 3. The Bridger Valley battle between Mountain View at Lyman has been moved up to week 2, and the Sublette County rivalry between Big Piney at Pinedale has been moved up to week 5. Since there is an odd number of teams in the east and west, that means 1 team on each side will start conference play later then the other teams, and 1 different team on each side will end conference play before the other teams. The 2 teams that start conference play late will be Wheatland at Pinedale, and the 2 teams that end conference play early will be Mountain View at Thermopolis.

1A:

With only 12 teams, conference play doesn't start until week 4 and there will only be 5 conference games played, similar to 3A. Cokeville will make their first ever trip to Tongue River in week 3, and hosts Wright the week before, plus the Panthers get Rocky Mountain home for the 2nd straight season. R.M. will have home games vs. Kemmerer and Lusk, with a road trip to Upton-Sundance sandwiched in between. Shoshoni goes to Southeast in week 2, and hosts Upton-Sundance in week 3. The Wranglers finish the season at Cokeville. Wyoming Indian travels to both Wright and Pine Bluffs. The Tongue River-Upton-Sundance rematch will be week 8 at Upton. Tongue River and Pine Bluffs each have to make another trip to Southeast.

6-Man:

With 8 teams in each conference, that only allows 1 non-conference game, which will be played in week 1. These games will be Farson-Eden at Guernsey-Sunrise, H.E.M. at Meeteetse, Hulett at Ten Sleep, Riverside at Kaycee, LIngle-Ft. Laramie at Little Snake River, Dubois at Midwest, Normative Services at Burlington and St. Stephens will make a 2nd straight trip to Rock River. This means Little Snake River and H.E.M. will not play each other this season. Guernsey-Sunrise will renew its rivalry with Lingle-Ft. Laramie in week 2 at Lingle. The Vikings get Kaycee home again, but have to make a second straight trip to Hulett. Normative Services goes to H.E.M. again, but gets Midwest home for a 2nd time. Rock River makes a second straight trip to Hulett. Meeteetse goes to Dubois again, although this time it's the start of conference play. Farson-Eden returns to St. Stephens. The Eagles also get Ten Sleep home again, but in 2016 it will be in week 2, and not week 8 as in past years. SS also hosts LSR again. Meeteetse makes another trip to Ten Sleep.