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This year a total of five international games will be played. The NFL league has announced that 10 NFL teams were designated to play neutral-site international games. The Teams will be traveling abroad for the 2022 season and will be visiting the United-Kingdom, Germany, and Mexico.
The NFL international series officially starts on October 2nd with the 2022 London Games series which features two games at the Tottenham Hotspur New Stadium and another one on October 30th at the Wembley Stadium.
The New Orleans Saints and Minnesota Vikings are both going to be playing in the UK for the third time. Each team has won on two previous occasions. They will be facing each other at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Sunday, October 2nd. The following week, on October 9th, the Green Bay Packers, the NFC North champions for the third consecutive year, will be playing its first-ever game in London and will be facing One of their oldest rivalries, the New York Giants in the same stadium.
The final London game is set to take place at the Wembley Stadium featuring the Denver Broncos and Jacksonville Jaguars.
The 2022 International series will also be the league's first scheduled matchup in Germany and will be happening on November 13th at the Allianz Arena, home of FC Bayern Munich, in Munich. The NFL international series tickets are going to be sold out quickly as Seattle Seahawks will face the 2021 Super Bowl champions, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers! The Buccaneers’ roster is constructed to win as it will feature Tom Brady again! So far, Brady has never been defeated in an international game, he has won two games with the New England Patriots in London and another one in Mexico City, and Brady is determined to win another international game!
For the Final game, The Arizona Cardinals will be returning to Mexico City to face the San Francisco 49ers on November 21st at the Azteca Stadium. The two teams have faced each other 61 times for postseason games and regular season games. With the Arizona Cardinals winning 29 games and the San Francisco 49ers winning 32 games. In their 2005 international matchup, The Cardinals earned a 31-14 win over the 49ers at Estadio Azteca. Tickets for this event are a hot seller, check out the complete NFL International Series schedule on Ticket Network and score your tickets today
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