The NFL To Host Games In Brazil, London, and Germany


The NFL schedule for the 2024 season is finally here, and it’s packed with potential blockbusters! While the full slate reveals enticing divisional battles and surprise matchups, here’s a glimpse at some of the most anticipated games guaranteed to capture the spotlight:

Week 1: International Kickoff

Friday, Sept. 6th (8:15 PM ET): Philadelphia Eagles (at) Green Bay Packers (São Paulo, Brazil) – The NFL sets sail for uncharted territory with its first-ever game in South America. Jalen Hurts and the Eagles face a tough test against Aaron Rodgers and the Packers in what promises to be a historic and electrifying Week 1 kickoff.

Primetime Showdowns:

Thursday, Sept. 5th (8:20 PM ET): Baltimore Ravens at Kansas City Chiefs – The curtain rises on the season with a classic AFC rivalry. Lamar Jackson and the Ravens travel to Arrowhead Stadium to challenge the reigning Super Bowl champion Chiefs led by Patrick Mahomes.

Monday Night Football, Week 1: New York Jets at San Francisco 49ers – Aaron Rodgers leads the young Jets into a hostile Levi’s Stadium to face The Niners.

Sunday Night Football, Week 2: Cincinnati Bengals at Kansas City Chiefs – A rematch of the epic AFC Championship game! Joe Burrow and the Bengals return to Arrowhead for a highly anticipated showdown with Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs, seeking revenge and a potential claim to the AFC throne.

Thanksgiving Day: While the specific matchups are yet to be revealed, the tradition of three Thanksgiving Day games is sure to deliver family-friendly football entertainment.

International Series:

Week 1 (Sept. 6): Philadelphia Eagles vs. Green Bay Packers (Sao Paulo, Brazil)

Week 5 (Oct. 6th): Minnesota Vikings vs. New York Jets (London, England)

week 6 (Oct. 13th): Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Chicago Bears (London, England)

week 7 (Oct. 13th): Jacksonville Jaguars vs. New England Patriots (London, England)

Week 10(Nov. 10th): New York Giants vs. Carolina Panthers (Munich, Germany)

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