January 20 Today, Tottenham officially announced that the club’s new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium will host the 2023 NFL International
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The NFL officially announced that there will be three 2023 NFL international games in the UK next season. Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is the only purpose-built NFL stadium outside the United States. Two international games will be held here again, the Buffalo Bills and the Tennessee Titans
Team will go to N17 as designated team.
This will be the second trip to London between the Buffalo Bills and the Tennessee Titans, who played at Wembley Stadium in 2015 and the Tennessee Titans in 2018.
Our inaugural partnership with the NFL has already sold out, delivering a series of unforgettable games in front of Tottenham fans, with 12 of the NFL’s 32 teams having experienced it at the stadium.
Memorable events include a halftime show by some of the musical stars, a fireworks display, a military air show, and even the playing of the American national anthem from the stadium roof.
Many of the activities that fans enjoy in and around the stadium on game days are provided by locals, as the NFL has embraced Tottenham’s community.
This is an example of the benefit of the wider community being driven through the stadium, which has created more than 4,000 local jobs so far.
By hosting major events such as NFL, boxing, rugby and concerts, as well as the Premier League and additional tourist attractions, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium has become London’s new sports and leisure destination, bringing in around £300m a year to the local economy
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Todd Kline, Tottenham Hotspur’s Chief Commercial Officer, said: “We are delighted to welcome the Bills and Titans, and their passionate fanbase, to N17 later in the year. An NFL game at our stadium is always rewarding.
Our communities bring energy and excitement, and 2023 will be no different.”
NFL Executive Vice President Peter O’Reilly said: “Growing the league and our sport internationally is a major strategic priority for the NFL, and we are excited to play five games outside of the United States again in 2023, knowing the live regular season
“How important it is to our passionate fans in every country, and we thank the club for their persistence and long-term commitment to this important initiative. Globally, interest in our game is at an all-time high and we look forward to 2023 with some of the best teams in the NFL.”
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