All About the Upcoming NFL International Series Games

For the forthcoming 2022 season, the NFL will reveal the pairings for the five foreign regular-season games. The home teams, venues, and some of the dates are already known. Bettors can follow the games and more at

When the NFL stated in 2021 that the regular season would be stretched to 17 contests, they also specified a format that would be used beginning in the 2022 campaign. Every team in the league will end up giving up a home game to play at least once away till around 2029. It will predetermine the extra game at home in a given season. The NFC will host the Super Bowl in 2022, followed by the AFC in 2023, and so on. This exempts teams with current agreements, like the Jacksonville Jaguars, who hosts a home match in London nearly annually since 2013.

Minnesota Vikings vs. New Orleans Saints

Where: Tottenham Hotspur Stadium | London, United Kingdom

When: Oct. 2 at 9:30 AM ET

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When Kevin O'Connell's Vikings take on Dennis Allen's Saints, two sides with new head trainers will meet. A key NFC battle, and a replay from the 2017 playoffs', will pit two clubs who ended just behind the playoffs last year and are hoping to turn things around in 2022. The Vikings, powered by stars like Justin Jefferson, Dalvin Cook, and Kirk Cousins, will face a formidable Saints defense led by Cameron Jordan.

Green Bay Packers vs. New York Giants

Where: Tottenham Hotspur Stadium | London, United Kingdom

When: Oct. 9 at 9:30 AM ET

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Green Bay will be the 32nd team to play in London for the first time since a game versus the Giants in 2007. With current coach Brian Daboll and an influx of young players, this Hotspur matchup will feature the NFC's top seed in 2021 against the Giants’ squad taking its first steps towards a new era.

Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Denver Broncos

Where: Wembley Stadium, London, United Kingdom

When: Oct. 30 at 9:30 AM ET

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When the Jaguars face the Broncos, they will be making their seventh trip to the United Kingdom since the tournament began holding international games. Previous offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett, who has become the head coach, will face Jacksonville.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Seattle Seahawks

Where: FC Bayern Munich's Allianz Arena in Munich, Germany

When: Nov. 13 at 9:30 AM ET

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Under new coach Todd Bowles, the 2020 Super Bowl winners will once again include Brady on a squad built to win. They'll face a Seahawks squad that’s in the middle of its first season absent Russell Wilson as the quarterback inside a decade.

The Arizona Cardinals vs San Francisco 49ers

Where: Estadio Azteca

When: Nov. 21 at 8:15 AM ET

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The NFL would travel to Mexico after its maiden tour to Germany. The NFL last visited Mexico in 2019, after playing three main matches there at Estadio Azteca from 2016 to 2019. In Mexico, the Cardinals are among nine teams with global marketing privileges. Over the following decade, the nine teams are expected to rotate playing games in Mexico.

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