The schools had been in talks for some time about arranging the series, with the Tribune and other outlets reporting in April the schools were in discussion.
Notre Dame athletic director Jack Swarbrick had said in December that finding room for SEC opponents in future schedules was a priority after 2016. The Irish have an agreement to play five games against ACC opponents each year.
The game in South Bend is slated for Sept. 9, 2017; the matchup at Georgia set for Sept. 21, 2019.
"As our football schedules evolved with the start of our (ACC) competition in 2014, we had future games slated with top-drawer opponents in virtually all the major conferences," Swarbrick said in a statement. "One exception was the (SEC), so we are pleased now to be able to check that box. These will be two contests that will have great national appeal, in part because our only previous matchup came in a bowl game."
Georgia and Notre Dame have only faced each other once in their histories: the 1981 Sugar Bowl, with No. 1 Georgia beating No. 7 Notre Dame 17-10, a game in which Bulldogs running back Herschel Walker ran for 150 yards and two touchdowns.
"These are two very attractive football games against a Georgia program that also has impressive history and tradition," Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly said. "Mark Richt has done an excellent job keeping that program at the forefront, both in the SEC and nationally."