David Tossell from NFLUK announced on the latest “Inside the Huddle” podcast that tickets for the sixth and seventh NFL International Series game at Wembley will go on sale on Thanksgiving, Thursday the 22nd of November
According to the language in the contract between the Minnesota Vikings and Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton, the Vikings will be allowed to play three home games every fifteen years outside the United States.
Alan Burke takes a look at the viability of a European NFL franchise and why a return to NFL Europe may be the way to go.
Ross Tucker hosted the Fan Rally in Trafalgar Square during the NFL International Series and we asked him to share some of the insights he gained from visiting London.
According to Minneapolis’ Star Tribune, the Vikings could be looking at playing a second NFL International Series game in London in 2014.
The NFL will be making an announcement on Tuesday the 13th of November to announce the details of tickets sales for the 2013 NFL International Series.
Yesterday Alex Sinclair explained why he thought a London NFL franchise was infeasible, I happen to think the move is so beneficial to the NFL in the long run that they will make it happen
With the obvious expansion of the NFL on the not so distant horizon, and an increased schedule for the International Series in London next year, talk of a team relocating across the pond has heated up in recent weeks.
With another International Series game in the books, the talk this weekend between the media, fans, team owners, and players is all about the prospect of a London franchise. Opinion is divided though, especially amongst fans, on whether or not a franchise it is a feasible idea.
The NFL generally puts on a great show when it comes into town each October, events like the Fan Rally and Tailgate are designed to get non-football fans into American football.