The NFL is playing three international games next year in London, and the schedule has been released by NFL.com.
The Oakland Raiders and Miami Dolphins will square off on September 28 in Week 4 at Wembley Stadium to kick off the England schedule. Four weeks later, on Oct. 26, the Atlanta Falcons and Detroit Lions will clash. The final London contest coming in Week 10 when the Jacksonville Jaguars face the Dallas Cowboys on Nov. 9.
The times of the games will be announced at some point down the road, but tickets can be purchased at 10 a.m. on Dec. 3 to International Series season-ticket holders. Two days later, Club and Premium Club seats are available to the general public. Come Dec. 10, season tickets for any seat become available for the public.
2014 will mark the first season the NFL played three games overseas. This year, the NFL played two games across the pond with games between the San Francisco 49ers and Jacksonville Jaguars, and the Pittsburgh Steelers and Minnesota Vikings.
So is the NFL catching on in Europe? Well, take a look at this fine piece by colleague Kristi Dosh. While the league is making an effort to go global, there is certainly work to be done.