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NFL International Series 2015
Updated: 5 December 2014

Jacksonville Jaguars, Miami Dolphins, Buffalo Bills, Detroit Lions, New York Jets and Kansas City Chiefs will take part in the 2015 NFL International Series!

Once again, the NFL International Series will return to Wembley Stadium for three games in October and November 2015.

The first of three games will see the Miami Dolphins host the New York Jets on 4 October. The second game is set to take place at the end of the month and sees the Jacksonville Jaguars host Buffalo Bills on 25 October.

The final of the three NFL international Games will be held on 1 November. Kansas City Chiefs will host the Detroit Lions.

October 2015
New York Jets at Miami Dolphins (4)
Buffalo Bills at Jacksonville Jaguars (25)

November 2015
Detroit Lions at Kansas City Chiefs (1)

For the first time two NFL International Series games will be held on back-to-back Sundays meaning fans can really get involved with the NFL action.

The first division game will also be held in the capital when the Dolphins face off with the Jets. The remaining two games will be regular-season games.

2015 series marks the Jacksonville Jaguars and Miami Dolphins third time in the UK. It will be the second time the Detroit Lions have played in the city. The occasion is the first time the Buffalo Bills, New York Jets and Kansa City Chiefs will play in the UK, taking up the total number of teams to take part in the NFL International Series to 20.

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