The expansion of the National Football League is a recurring topic when talking about the league. In addition to matches in Mexico City and London, a third city outside the United States is expected to host major league matches. More precisely, in Germany. The information was confirmed by Ian Rapoport, of the NFL Network, on Saturday (9).
According to the journalist, the NFL is analyzing German cities to host regular season games. Soon, three municipalities in the country will be “in the final stage” in the process:
IMPORTANT: Next week, the NFL is taking another crucial step toward playing a regular season game in Germany — possibly in 2022. On Tuesday, it will unveil three cities that have made it into the finals. The league says it is committed to multiple matches in London each season, as well as one in Mexico City.
– Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) October 9, 2021
(Translation of the Tweet: “Important: Next week, the NFL is taking another crucial step to play a regular season game in Germany. Perhaps in 2022. On Tuesday, it will reveal three final cities. The league says it is committed to several games in London every day.” season. Plus a match in Mexico City too”)
Brett Gosper, head of NFL Initiatives Europe and the UK, detailed the process. “This process is designed to explore potential local partnerships, stadium adaptation and games logistics. We need to interact and motivate German partners that expand the public sector. Locations, sports, community and larger event areas need to be included in this. Thus, we want to deliver a high impact event and future partnership.” Determining a preferred host city is an essential step in introducing NFL regular season games to millions of German fans.”
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