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Last weekend saw the return of the National Football League to London, and we're thrilled to announce that a limited number of seats are still available for the late October matchups.
Don’t miss being part of the NFL International Series when it returns to the home of English rugby next month. Two wild games are set to be played at Twickenham Stadium. First up, the Los Angeles Rams and their star quarterback Jared Goff will battle it out against their divisional rivals, the Arizona Cardinals, on 22 October. Cardinals’ quarterback Carson Palmer had the best night of his season last Monday against the Dallas Cowboys, so you can expect this upcoming clash to be full of drama and lots of points.
Then the Minnesota Vikings will try and rack up a second straight London win as they take on NFL International Series first-timers, the Cleveland Browns, on 29 October. No doubt that Browns’ head coach Hue Jackson will have his team fired up and raring to go, while Vikings’ Xavier Rhodes has developed into one of the best cornerbacks in the NFL. Yep, it’s definitely going to be an unmissable game!
Last weekend, Wembley Stadium hosted the first International Series game of 2017, with Mercedes Lewis and the Jacksonville Jaguars routing the Baltimore Ravens. Game two at Wembley Stadium takes place this Sunday when the New Orleans Saints go up against the Miami Dolphins.
This is the first time ever that four American football games have been held in London. Usually playing to sell-out crowds, it’s always exciting when the International Series comes to this side of the pond. Make sure you’re there to see every thrilling pass, tackle and touchdown live!
Tickets for the 22 & 29 October games at Twickenham are going fast, so be quick and book yours now at Ticketmaster.co.uk.
And don’t forget, the NFL has implemented a strict bag policy for all their 2017 NFL London Games to help provide a safer environment for fans. Read everything you need to know about this here.