NFL reveals designated teams for 2024 London and Munich games

By Kevin Kelley -

The NFL has announced the designated teams for the 2024 International Games in London and Munich, which includes a total of four contests.

Designated teams for the 2024 season will include the Chicago Bears, Minnesota Vikings, Jacksonville Jaguars, and Carolina Panthers.

Teams that will play at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, England, in 2024 include the Chicago Bears and Minnesota Vikings. This will mark the third international game appearance for the Bears, who are 1-1 in two attempts, and fourth for the Vikings, who are undefeated at 3-0.

The Jacksonville Jaguars will again play a regular-season home game at Wembley Stadium in London as part of their multi-year commitment to play games in the United Kingdom. Jacksonville has appeared 11 times internationally, the most of any NFL team, and has a 6-5 record in those contests.

The Carolina Panthers will play their international contest in 2024 at Allianz Arena in Munich, Germany. Carolina will be making its second international appearance following its 37-26 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2019 in London.

The NFL played its first-ever regular-season game in Germany during the 2022 season at Allianz Arena in Munich. Last season, two contests were played at Deutsche Bank Park in Frankfurt.

Dates, exact matchups, and kickoff times for the International Games will be revealed in conjunction with the release of the full 2024 NFL Schedule this spring.

Last month, the NFL announced the addition of the first-ever international game in Brazil. The game will be played at Corinthians Arena in São Paulo, Brazil, which is the home of the SC Corinthians soccer team and has a seating capacity of 49,205.

There will be no International Game played in Mexico in 2024 due to renovations taking place at Estadio Azteca in Mexico City. The league has confirmed that future international games will return to Mexico City when renovations are complete.

“Taking our game to more fans around the world is a major priority for the league and its 32 teams, and we are delighted to be returning to London and Munich in 2024,” said Peter O’Reilly, executive vice president, club business, league events and international at the NFL. “Whether tackle or flag football, international passion for the game and the NFL continues to grow, and having our teams and their world-class athletes play games and engage with fans around the world is an important part of becoming a truly global sport.”

Designated teams for 2024 International Games

Chicago Bears
Location: London, UK
Venue: Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

Minnesota Vikings
Location: London, UK
Venue: Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

Carolina Panthers
Location: Munich, Germany
Venue: Allianz Arena

Regular season home game in UK for 2024:

Jacksonville Jaguars
Location: London, UK
Venue: Wembley Stadium

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Comments (11)

They would in fact have to be 11:30 PM ET kickoffs on Saturday nights in order for the local kickoff times to be in the afternoon.

My comment was inserted to highlight the absurdity of your nighttime game starts. For a 3PM Sunday kickoff your Australian game would have to begin at 7AM Monday morning and for your Tokyo start it would be 5AM on Monday morning. Weekday starts are not going to work for the other side of the Pacific Rim.

Surprised there were not “the NFL just needs to add the Cologne Centurions, Frankfurt Galaxy, Munich Ravens, and Berlin Thunder, drop down to only seven conference games, and start playing the CFL more.”

As a Chicago Bears Fan I would like to see Tennessee Titans at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium & I would like to see Cleveland Browns to be Jacksonville Jaguars opponent at Wembly Stadium.

Have revise suggestion for Jacksonville Jaguars opponent to see New York Jets play at London Wembly Stadium.

The NFL should schedule the 17th game for each team at a neutral site. 8 home, 8 away, 1 neutral. The neutral game could be anywhere – Brazil, Europe, Mexico, stadiums in US cities not near a current team (Oregon Ducks stadium, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Fargo, ND, etc.).

If I was commissioner (which I’ll never be), I would have all neutral site/international games be preseason games.
Go back to 16 games, but have 2 byes, and no Thursday night games unless both teams have a bye beforehand.