NFL commission says ‘at least’ four Germany games through 2025

NFL commission says 'at least' four Germany games through 2025

MUNICH – The NFL plans to play more regular-season games in Germany, possibly sooner than expected.

Commissioner Roger Goodell told a fan forum in Munich on Saturday that the NFL will stage “at least” four games in Germany by 2025.

The current agreement includes the first Sunday game in Germany and an annual game over the next three seasons – with Munich and Frankfurt each hosting it twice.

“In our commitment, we are going to play at least four games for the next four years, at least, and at least,” Goodell said in the middle of Sunday’s game. Tampa Bay Buccaneers And Seattle Seahawks At Allianz Arena. “I wouldn’t be surprised if it goes beyond that at some point soon.”

The commissioner did not take questions from the media but from his remarks it can be seen that both new England Patriots And head of kansas city Lobbying for next year’s game.

There are questions regarding the availability of Azteca Stadium in Mexico City in 2023. Azteca, which will host it San Francisco 49ers And Arizona Cardinals On 21 November, in preparation for the 2026 World Cup may be renewed next year.

Germany has become the NFL’s top market in Europe and has been buzzing all week about Sunday’s game in Munich, the seven-time Super Bowl champions. tom brady,

In addition to Munich and Frankfurt, Düsseldorf was shortlisted from the eight German cities that initially bid to host the Games.

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