NFL Schedule 2018: Three London Games Announced

NFL Schedule 2018: Three London Games Announced

The Jacksonville Jaguars will return to London next season to play the Philadelphia Eagles, according to a National Football League announcement.

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy showed London mayor Sadiq Khan around their new stadium on the day it was announced that White Hart Lane will host the first NFL London game of 2018.

The Jaguars have committed to play at least one game in London every season until 2020.

2018's other London games will take place on October 21 and 28, with the Philadelphia Eagles taking on the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Tennessee Titans taking on the Los Angeles Chargers, though which game happens on which date has yet to be decided.

Gridiron fans will be able to sample the action once again at Wembley, as well as at Tottenham Hotspur's brand new stadium. However, we now know that the Raiders will play their former AFC West rival in the Seattle Seahawks in London this season.

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Tennessee will play the Los Angeles Chargers at Wembley Stadium on October 21 or 28.

The Chargers vs. the Titans is one of three games that will be held in London in 2018.

It marks the first time the Seahawks, Eagles and Titans have played in London. The order of the Wembley games is yet to be determined. "Our best opportunities would be scheduled away games against the Jets or the Rams, but both teams are reluctant to give up home games against the Packers". The Silver and Black played games at Mexico City's Estadio Azteca in each of the last two seasons and made the team's debut in London against the Miami Dolphins in 2014.

"Subject to unforeseen circumstances I am very confident sitting here today that the season we are about to enter into, we will be playing our games here - from the start of the season". If the Jaguars continue to host a home game in London - and it looks like they will continue to do so to build their brand in the United Kingdom - that's an easy matchup for the National Football League to send over.

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