Welcome the Jacksonville Jaguars back to London or cheer on recently crowned Super Bowl winners Philadelphia Eagles in this exciting NFL London Games contest at Wembley Stadium.
All eyes are on this enticing encounter as the Jaguars look to build on their success in beating the Baltimore Ravens in London last year, while the Eagles aim to follow up a phenomenal 2017 season with a win in their first regular season fixture held overseas.
With star quarterback Carson Wentz and defensive end Fletcher Cox involved for the Eagles, and quarterback Blake Bortles and running back Leonard Fournette on the pitch for the Jaguars, expect plenty of fast-paced action.
Jacksonville Jaguars first took to the field in 1995 and although native to Florida, having played one of their home games each season in London since 2013.
Despite being one of the oldest teams in the NFL, Philadelphia Eagles were crowned Super Bowl Champions for the first time in their history this year. As the team’s famous anthem “Fly Eagles Fly” rings out in Wembley Stadium for the first time this year, can they make it a successful maiden voyage overseas?
History of NFL in London
The NFL has played regular-season games in London since 2007, with Wembley Stadium having hosted 18 games and almost 1.5 million attending fans. In 2016 and 2017, games were also played at Twickenham Stadium.