For the first time in franchise history, the Washington Redskins will host a Thanksgiving Day game. The New York Giants come to FedEx Field on Nov. 23, according to a person with knowledge of the situation. It’s slated to be the Thursday night contest, a game the NFL added in 2006 to complement its traditional doubleheader hosted by the Detroit Lions and the Dallas Cowboys.

It will mark Washington’s 10th appearance on Thanksgiving, including last year’s 31-26 loss to the Cowboys at AT&T Stadium, but its first in the DC area. The Redskins haven’t played on Thanksgiving in consecutive seasons since 1973 and 1974 against the Lions and Cowboys.

The Week 12 matchup will also be the first time the Redskins will face the Giants during the league’s annual tradition. The Redskins have previously faced just the Cowboys (eight times) and the Lions (once) on Thanksgiving with a 2-7 all-time record.

It’s New York’s 15th contest on Thanksgiving, dating back to 1926, but its first since 2009 against the Denver Broncos.

The NFL will unveil the entire regular season schedule Thursday evening. Here are the Redskins’ home and away opponents in 2017: