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We’ll have to wait to see feelings American football at Azteca Stadium. National Football League (nfl) announced the five teams that will play in the 2023 international matches.
the Buffalo Bills, Tennessee Titans, Jacksonville Jaguars, Kansas City Chiefs and New England Patriots It was the franchises that were chosen to forgo a game at home and celebrate NFL International Series games for the next campaign, which It will start in September 2023.
the Aztec restorationsFor reasons related to the 2026 World Cup, this was what determined this decision Leave Mexico out of the international calendarAt least for this year.
“Mexico Plays an integral role in the company’s international growth strategy nfl, with an enthusiastic and growing fan base. We will maintain this commitment throughout the year for our amazing Mexican fans Looking forward to future matches in MexicoPeter O’Reilly, NFL Executive Vice President, Club Business, Major and International Events explained.
This opens the door to NFL return to Azteca Stadium by 2024Although everything will depend on the progress of the token property.
Parties in the UK and Germany
the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium London will be Home of the Bills and Titanswhile the Jaguar It will continue its commitment to holding meetings in the UK by doing so at Wembley Stadium. for his part, Chiefs and Patriots He will have the honor of holding matches in Germanythough it hasn’t been confirmed if both will do so in Munich and Frankfurt or if it’s only in one of those cities that are part of the agreement.
Kansas City and New England Part of the NFL’s International Home Marketing Area (IHMA) program, which has international marketing rights to the NFL GermanyIt is for this reason that they have been chosen for this honor.
It won’t even be announced Full details of the 2023 schedule are known of the competitors they will face, on specific days and times.
“Developing the league and our sport internationally is a key strategic priority for the NFL, and we’re excited to return to playing five games outside of the United States in 2023,” added O’Reilly.
“We know how important live regular season games are to our passionate global fans and we thank our clubs for their strong long-term commitment to this important initiative. Interest in our game globally is at an all-time high, and we look forward to returning to the UK and Germany in 2023 with some of our biggest clubs and stars.” in the NFL.”
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