Jacksonville Jaguars to play Philadelphia Eagles in 2018 game in London

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On top of that, they'll go into next season's game with a three-game winning streak at Wembley Stadium following victories over the Bills in 2015, the Colts in 2016 and the Ravens this season.

"When we played the first game here we had no idea if we were ever coming back", Waller said.

"We are excited as a franchise to be playing in London as part of the NFL's International Series", said Titans Controlling Owner Amy Adams Strunk. The fanbase determines whether a market is ready or not and the fanbase here is extraordinary.

"We really wanted to test the back-to-back logistics, the back-to-back fan demand and also our ability as a league and a set of clubs to execute consistently at a great level over three weekends".

Since the National Football League started playing games in London in 2007 the idea of having a team based in the city has gained momentum.

The first of the games will mark the debut of the NFL in the new Tottenham Hotspur stadium, a project the league has worked with the English soccer club on.

One of the jokes about the NFL's games in London has been that we annually send the United Kingdom bad matchups.

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Tennessee Titans vs. Los Angeles Chargers, Wembley Stadium, Oct. 21 or 28.

The Seahawks are one of six teams that have yet to play across the pond, and NFL UK's managing director has expressed a desire to get those teams over there, according to The News Tribune.

Tottenham has signed a 10-year contract for games with the NFL. We are able to contemplate something as audacious as having a team in London. The home of English football has now hosted 18 NFL games, with nearly 1.5 million fans in attendance.

"This is another important year as we develop our plans for London and the United Kingdom", said Mark Waller, the NFL's executive vice president of events and worldwide.

The NFL has contributed $13.5 million toward the tailoring of the stadium. "We are proud to have hosted games under the arch for the past decade and to have played a key role in the growth of the sport", said Martin Glenn, Chief Executive of the Football Association.

The second game that was announced features a pair of division champions who are still alive in the playoffs.