The Jaguars, meanwhile, have played in London for five straight seasons, surrendering traditional home games in order to suit up at Wembley Stadium.
Now we do. Speaking at a press conference at Lilywhite House next to the stadium construction site, Spurs chairman Daniel Levy, London mayor Sadiq Khan, Martin Glenn, and National Football League chief Mark Waller announced that the first National Football League game will be held at the new stadium on Sunday, October 14, 2018 and will feature the Oakland Raiders vs. the Seattle Seahawks. "A key feature of our success is playing in iconic, world-renowned venues like Wembley and Twickenham, and we look forward to playing in what will be another incredible setting for NFL football at Tottenham's new stadium".
It is understood that the North London club may be offered a third game in coming seasons to make up for missing a game this year but it can pleased with the Raiders-Seahawks match-up, as they are two of the league's more popular teams. This year will feature three games in the United Kingdom at three separate stadiums: Wembley, Twickenham and Tottenham Hotspur. To date, Wembley Stadium - the home of English football - has hosted 18 NFL games, with nearly 1.5 million fans attending those games. "We still have another six or seven months of really hard work of construction". "It's very much our desire". The Seahawks face an interesting 2018 as they face some major offseason questions, but they've been one of the NFL's best teams and quarterback Russell Wilson is always a must-watch.
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"We will need to get that right", Waller said. "It also puts an onus on us to ensure we are thoughtful about how we manage all our relationships". Pitted against Cincinnati (3-4), the Redskins (4-3) played the Bengals to a penalty-strewn, mistake-filled tie in a game that lasted almost four hours.
The NFL's 2018 London slate includes three playoff teams, a perennial contender, and two potential risers next season.