NFL confirm three 2015 International Series games in London
05 Dec 2014
Six American Football teams will head to London for three matchups as part of the NFL International Series.
The Jacksonville Jaguars, Miami Dolphins, New York Jets, Buffalo Bills, Detroit Lions and Kansas City Chiefs will head to the capital in the New Year.
NFL have confirmed that three games will be held at London’s Wembley Stadium in the New Year as part of the NFL International Series. The games will see three teams play in London for the first time and it will also mark the return of the Jaguars, Dolphins and Lions.
The first game will see the Miami Dolphins host the New York Jets on 4 October, which will be the first division game held in the UK.
Meanwhile, for the first time two games will be held on back-to-back Sundays. The first, Jacksonville Jaguars host Buffalo Bills, will take place on 25 October with the second, Kansas City Chiefs host Detroit Lions, held on 1 November.
The games are the 12th, 13th and 14th games to be played at London’s Wembley Stadium, which has been home to the NFL International Series since 2007.
It will be the Jacksonville Jaguars and Miami Dolphins third games in the UK while the occasion marks the second time the Detroit Lions have played at Wembley Stadium.
Buffalo Bills, New York Jets and Kansa City Chiefs will make their London debut. This means 20 teams will have taken part in the NFL International Series in London.