List of Notre Dame Fighting Irish Head Football Coaches

List Of Notre Dame Fighting Irish Head Football Coaches

This is a list of Notre Dame Fighting Irish football head coaches. The Notre Dame Fighting Irish football team is the football team of the University of Notre Dame, located in Notre Dame, Indiana, United States. The team competes as an Independent at the NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision level. Notre Dame has the most consensus national championships and has produced more All-Americans than any other Football Bowl Subdivision school. Additionally, seven Fighting Irish football players have won the Heisman Trophy. Notre Dame is one of only two Catholic universities that field a team in the Football Bowl Subdivision, the other being Boston College, and one of a handful of programs independent of a football conference. The team plays its home games on Notre Dame's campus at Notre Dame Stadium, also known as the "House that Rockne Built," which has a capacity of 80,795. The current head coach is Brian Kelly.

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... Charlie Weis 5 35–27.565 2010–present Brian Kelly 3 28–10.737 Totals 31 coaches 125 seasons 865–300–42.734 ...

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