The NFL will play its biggest ever series of fixtures in London this year, with two games taking place at Twickenham and two at Wembley. The games have already sold out the 75,000 and 85,000 capacity stadiums, so our VIP packages represent your best chance of joining the action.
The series will see three teams, the Ravens, Browns and Cardinals, make their London debuts. The Jaguars, meanwhile, have ‘hosted’ a home game at Wembley every year since 2013, with plans in place for that to continue until at least 2020.
With some of the world’s most explosive athletic talent on show, a live NFL game is an experience no true sports fan should miss.
2:30pm, 24th September, Wembley Stadium: Baltimore Ravens vs. Jacksonville Jaguars
2:30pm, 1st October, Wembley Stadium: New Orleans Saints vs. Miami Dolphins
6pm, 22nd October, Twickenham Stadium: Arizona Cardinals vs. LA Rams
1:30pm, 29th October, Twickenham Stadium: Minnesota Vikings vs. Cleveland Browns
Cameron Jordan, New Orleans Saints
Height: 6ft 4’
Weight: 20 stone 7 lbs
Son of a former NFL player, the incredibly athletic Jordan was a star discus thrower before throwing in his lot with American Football. It’s no wonder that quarterbacks suffer from nerves when the 287lb tackling machine is heading their way, as he invariably does, so sit back and enjoy the show from the safety of the stands.
Joe Flacco, Baltimore Ravens
Height: 6ft 6’
Weight: 17 stone 7 lbs
The man with a canon for a right arm has fully recovered from the knee injury that hampered him for much of last season and will be hoping to further improve his superb post-season record this time around. With his six-year, $120.6 million contract representing the highest average salary in the NFL, his bosses will be equally keen for success.
Aaron Donald, Los Angeles Rams
Height: 6ft 1’
Weight: 20 stone 5 lbs
Described as “a one-man wrecking ball” by several opposition head coaches, Donald is tipped to become the league’s highest-paid defensive player within a year. The opposing quarterback will always expect a tough day at the office when Donald is on the field, so keep an eye on him when the Rams are defending.
Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints
Weight: 14 stone 13 lbs
Arguably the best passing quarterback in the history of the NFL, Brees is still worth $31M per year at the age of 38. The former Super Bowl winner is possibly in his last season, but lucrative future offers as a free agent may see him extend his already stellar career.