On Tuesday, May 1st, 2017, the individual game tickets for the NFL London games to be played at Wembley Stadium will go on sale to the general public via Ticketmaster, as usual.

These tickets will be available from 10am on the morning of May 1st and are for the two games to be played at Wembley Stadium only.

The games to be played at Wembley Stadium in 2018 are, potentially, a pair of pretty good ones. First up we have the Tennessee Titans @ San Diego Chargers, followed a week later by the Philadelphia Eagles @ Jacksonville Jaguars.

Out of those four teams, we are going to be treated to watching three who made it to the NFL playoffs in 2017 (of which one went on to win the Super Bowl) and one that narrowly missed out. That’s got to be one of the best line-ups we’ve had to date in the NFL international series, right?

Just think about it, we get to see the Super Bowl champions and a team who were narrowly beaten in the conference game and who were strongly fancied as the team to represent the AFC in the big game! The teams I’m obviously talking about are the Philadelphia Eagles and Jacksonville Jaguars who will play each other on Sunday, October 28th.

The other game at Wembley, a week earlier, on Sunday, October 21st, might not look as appealing to many as the Jags/Eagles does, but don’t be fooled. These two teams, especially the Titans in my opinion, are on the up. The Chargers have been putting a good roster together over the past couple of years and managed a very respectable 9-7 record to finish the 2017 season with. They’ve also just drafted one of my favourite prospects from the 2018 NFL draft, Derwin James, so I’m looking forward to seeing them.



The Titans also ended the season with a very good 9-7 record and made it into the playoffs. Even though they didn’t progress very far, they probably surprised many people and I think they’ll be a team to watch again in 2018 with their new head coach and good roster.

So, what’s not to love about the line-up of games we have coming to Wembley Stadium in 2018? Get yourself over to Ticketmaster and get your ticket(s)!

Title image source: Tim Ireland/Associated Press