NFL UK 2018 at Wembley
Wembley Arena, Arena Square, Wembley, HA9 0AA.
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About NFL UK 2018 at Wembley
Experience the magic, passion and intensity of American Football at the iconic Wembley Stadium as the NFL International Series continues throughout the 2018 season.
The NFL London games have proved incredibly popular since 2007 when the New York Giants defeated the Miami Dolphins 13-10 in the first NFL game at Wembley. The series has gone from strength to strength, increasing the number of games held in London each season. In 2017, four games were held in London with another three scheduled for the 2018 NFL season.
Holding NFL games in London has proved popular with teams and players as well as the huge army of American Football fans in the UK, fueling speculation that an NFL team based in London may become a reality in the near future.
Until then, the cream of the NFL will continue to travel to London. Make sure you don’t miss out on the opportunity to see these unique sporting events in London in 2018.
2018 NFL London fixtures
Sunday 21st October 2018 - Tennessee Titans vs Los Angeles Chargers
The Titans and Chargers both finished last season with identical 9-7 records so this should be an exciting match up with both teams looking to secure playoff football. Choose from tickets in the Club End Zone, Block 208/209 or Premium Central Sideline Zone, Block 225/228.
Sunday 28th October 2018 - Philadelphia Eagles v Jacksonville Jaguars
Jacksonville return to their London home-away-from-home for the sixth time hoping to improve on their 3-2 record at Wembley against the defending Superbowl champion Philadelphia Eagles. Tickets are located in Central Sideline Zone Block 225/228.
- Experience the excitement of the NFL at Wembley Stadium
- See the Superbowl champ Philadelphia Eagles take on the home favourites Jacksonville
- See the Tennessee Titans first game in London as they take on the LA Chargers
- Includes 1-night hotel stay + NFL UK ticket
About Wembley Stadium
The iconic home of football, Wembley Stadium first opened as the Empire Stadium in 1923. The famous twin towers have formed the backdrop to some of English footballs most famous moments, including of course the World Cup victory in 1966. Since a multi-million pound rebuild in 2007, the new Wembley has become one of the finest stadiums anywhere in the world. With capacity for 90,000 fans, it has played host to international football matches, hosted the Champions League final and the Rugby League World Cup as well as countless concerts by some of the biggest names in music.
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