Chiefs, Bills, Patriots, Titans, Jaguars to play international games in 2023

On Thursday, the NFL announced the five teams set to play in the 2023 International Games. The Buffalo Bills, Tennessee Titans, Jacksonville Jaguars, Kansas City Chiefs and New England Patriots will each play international games during the 2023 regular season.

London’s Tottenham Hotspur Stadium will once host two international games, with the Bills and Titans heading to the capital.

The Jaguars will return to their home away from home, Wembley Stadium, as part of their multi-year commitment to playing in the UK.

The 2023 season will also see the Chiefs and Patriots both play regular season games in Germany, with destination cities to be announced later this year.

The NFL previously confirmed that Munich and Frankfurt will stage games in Germany over the next four years.

The Chiefs and Patriots are part of the NFL’s International Home Marketing Area (IHMA) program, which sees teams secure international marketing rights in countries beyond the US, with both sides having been awarded rights in Germany.

This will be the second trip to London for both Buffalo and Tennessee, with the Bills having played there in 2015 and the Titans in 2018. The Jacksonville Jaguars, also an NFL IHMA side with marketing rights in the UK, will play their landmark 10th game in London this year. The Chiefs and the Patriots will make their debuts in Germany, following the inaugural international game there in Munich in 2022.

According to the league, there will be no international game in Mexico in 2023 due to renovations taking place in Estadio Azteca in Mexico City

Designated teams for 2023 International Games:

Buffalo Bills
Location: UK, London
Venue: Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

Tennessee Titans
Location: UK, London
Venue: Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

Kansas City Chiefs
Location: Germany

New England Patriots
Location: Germany

Regular season home game in UK for 2023:

Jacksonville Jaguars
Location: United Kingdom (London)
Venue: Wembley Stadium

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