‘Whomp there it is’, in the words of the immortal ‘Tag Team’ we now know the full dealio for the NFL London games 2022.
Who’s coming? Where are they playing? Is Antonio Brown coming?
All of these questions answered and more in a ‘too early to tell’ about what’s going to actually go down for these games.
We are fuelled by excitement at this point.
Raise up your steins and scream out a ‘Prosit!’, as the NFL makes its way to southern Germany for a great 2022 game, when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers host the Seattle Seahawks in Munich.
Slated for November 13th at 2:30 pm GMT (9:30am EST)-this is the penultimate game in the international series this season.
Everyone in Europe knows that the Germans have a HUGE love for the NFL, and are some of the nicest, coolest fans to pop to London when the games are in the UK.
German fans deserve this game, although they may not deserve a Drew Lock led Seattle team that will probably get blitzed by the Bucs D all day, every day.
Todd Bowles will be at the reigns for the Bucs this season, with Tom Brady being the best dang sports ambassador for the league in decades.
Who knows, maybe TB12 will jump behind the FOX booth to throw down a little broadcasting while he’s at it too?
Once the most prestigious stadium in Europe, Wembley is back once again to panhandle a game from the Jags for the series.
Wembley is a far cry from its early 2000s’ NFL games, when there was nothing around the stadium, and fans found their own tailgating options-often gooning back tinnies in the Curry’s parking lot before kickoff.
This October sees the return of Russ, as Russell Wilson and his new look Broncos will be ready to rock the Urban Meyer-less Jacksonville Jaguars.
October 30th sees the Jacksonville Jaguars hosting the Denver Broncos for a 1:30pm (9:30amEST) kickoff in northwest London.
Chances are both teams will already have a losing record heading to London, but that’s the momentum they’ll need to head home and kick some ass.
Welcome to the jungle, as north London gets two beauties of games at the brand spanking newish stadium in Tottenham.
Sure, there is nothing to do around the stadium-and some of the side streets look pretty dodgy, but what a stadium!
White Hart Lane will be banging for two straight weeks of NFL games, as early October brings us our own harvest of gridiron feasts.
Sunday October 2 sees the New Orleans Saints hosting the Minnesota Vikings in a miracle rematch that will have NFC fans frothing.
With a 2:30pm (GMT) kickoff, this will be the first of our international games, and will harken back to 2017 when these two teams faced off in the playoffs.
It will be the Kirk Cousins led speedsters versus the punishing D of the Saints, in what should be a very exciting NFL game to start our journey.
Sunday October 9th is the day that Cheeseheads in UK will be sniffing their fingers, as Aaron Rodgers and the Pack make their first appearance ever in Europe, when the Green Bay Packers host the New York Giants at Tottenham.
It’s been a long wait for Wiconsinites in the UK, as the heralded Packers are finally playing their first game in Britain.
This game will sell out very quickly, and will be as tight as the Packers cap space for this season.
Going to be a great game!
Ola! Welcome to Mexico City-please put your laser pointers in the bin-as the Arizona Cardinals host the San Francisco 49ers Sunday May 21st in Estadio Azteca at 1:30am GMT.
Will Jimmy G be leading the charge, or will they Trey Lance the boil that is the 49ers QB situation?
This game will have major divisional consequences, and it’s too bad it will be too late to watch.
We are already very excited about the games, and are working on some tailgating, after parties, as well as regular season events to entertain our loyal fans.
Watch this space as we drip feed some of the exciting things we will be doing for 2022!