On Sunday, the Seattle Seahawks and Tampa Sound Pirates will get down to business in Munich. It won’t be the last time the NFL has a game in Germany, that is without a doubt.
NFL official Roger Goodell uncovered that somewhere around four additional games will be played in Germany through 2025.
“In our responsibility, we will play the following four years, in any event, and with no less than four games,” Goodell said at a fan gathering. “It would make sense if it extended past that eventually soon.”
The NFL will have a yearly game in Germany throughout the following three seasons. Frankfurt will have two games before very long.
Düsseldorf could likewise arise as a host for future NFL games in Germany. However, nothing is permanently established as of now.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell told a fan forum in Munich on Saturday that the NFL will stage “at least” four games in Germany through 2025.https://t.co/LNkLyMJ56g— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 12, 2022
As per ESPN, Germany has turned into the NFL’s top market in Europe. That makes sense of why the association is amped up for this worldwide series.
Fans in Germany will get to watch seven-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady in real life this Sunday. That is very much a method for starting off the association’s contribution in Germany.
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