THE NFL have announced which teams will be heading to London later this year for their annual series of matches in the capital.
Gridiron fans will be able to sample the action once again at Wembley, as well as at Tottenham Hotspur’s brand new stadium.
— Mayor of London (@MayorofLondon) January 11, 2018
Spurs’ 61,000 capacity arena is yet to be completed, but will be hosting the first of the games.
In Week 6 of the season, Seattle Seahawks will take on Oakland Raiders (Sunday October 14).
Philadelphia Eagles play Jacksonville Jaguars, while Tennessee Titans take on Los Angeles Chargers in the other two matches at Wembley, to be played on October 21 and 28.
Last year saw four matches take place in London as the NFL celebrated the tenth anniversary of the first games in the UK.
The NFL and Spurs announced in 2015 that games would be held annually at the football club’s new stadium, with rumours also of a London based franchise.
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