NFL's UK 2016 schedule set

The NFL has officially announced the UK International Series schedule for the 2016 season. Read

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  1. Loser of Giants-Eagles tilt will play in London in 2016

    The New York Giants still have something to play for in the NFC East. So do the suddenly Chip Kelly-free Philadelphia Eagles. The loser of Sunday's showdown will play in London next season. Read

  2. 2016 UK schedule announced

    Three games. A new stadium. At least three new teams. The 2016 UK International Series schedule was announced Wednesday. Find out which teams will play across the pond next year. Read

  3. NFL reaches agreement to play games at Twickenham Stadium

    The National Football League has announced a partnership with the Rugby Football Union (RFU) that will see the league play a minimum of three regular-season games at Twickenham Stadium in London over a three-year period. Read

  4. Niners sign Jarryd Hayne to practice squad

    Jarryd Hayne is back in San Francisco. The 49ers signed the running back to their practice squad on Monday. Will Hayne make the 53-man roster again? Read

  5. Game Center: Lions @ Chiefs

    Chiefs romp past Lions in London

    Alex Smith and the Chiefs blitzed the Lions in London, racking up four touchdowns on the ground against a porous Lions' D.

  6. Reid, Chiefs celebrate blowout victory in London

    Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid celebrates with his team after their 45-10 win over the Detroit Lions in London. Watch
  7. Alex Smith, Chiefs run over Lions in London laugher

    Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith led the Chiefs on a 38-point scoring streak in a 45-10 win over the Detroit Lions at London's Wembley Stadium. Read

  8. Can't-Miss-Play: Smith takes off

    Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith takes off for a 49-yard run. Watch
  9. The Detroit Lions and Kansas City Chiefs travel to London to play in the the NFL International Series during Week 8. Take a look at the best photos from this week's matchup. View

  10. Chiefs mascot scares security person

    Halloween may have past, but that doesn't mean the frights are over. Watch as Chiefs mascot K.C. Wolf puts the fear of God into a security worker at Wembley Stadium. Watch
  11. Can't-Miss-Play: Stafford to Megatron

    Lions Matthew Stafford finds Calvin Johnson for 30 yards Watch
  12. Jaguars hold back Bills' comeback

    Third time's the charm. The Jacksonville Jaguars are victorious in London for the first time in three tries. Conor Orr and Marc Sessler break down the Jaguars' 34-31 victory over the Buffalo Bills. Read

  13. Yahoo livestream of Bills-Jaguars game attracts 33.6M views

    Yahoo's first ever livestream of the NFL game garnered 33.6 million total viewers for the Jacksonville Jaguars and Buffalo Bills tussle in London. Read

  14. Ohio State Marching Band Performance at Wembley Stadium Sped Up

    The Ohio State marching band put on an incredible performance in London before the Bills-Jaguars game Watch
  15. Game Center: Bills @ Jaguars

    Jaguars stun Bills in roller coaster London game

    As the world watched live online for the first time, the Jaguars and Bills took viewers on a wild ride that culminated with an Allen Hurns game-winning touchdown catch.

  16. London embraces NFL on Regent Street

    Regent Street in London was bursting with celebration of professional football on Saturday prior to Sunday's clash between the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Buffalo Bills at Wembley Stadium. Read

  17. NFL, Jags extend agreement to play at Wembley through 2020

    The NFL today announced that it has extended its agreement to play regular-season games at London's Wembley Stadium for an additional five years, meaning that at least two games per year will be played at Wembley through 2020. Read

  18. 2015 International Series: Bills Jaguars

    The Buffalo Bills have arrived in London in preparation for the Week 7 International Series game against the Jaguars. Take a look at the best photos. View

  19. Game Center: Jets @ Dolphins

    Jets kick off International Series with big win

    Brandon Marshall went over 100 yards receiving, Chris Ivory went over 100 yards rushing and the Jets thoroughly dominated the Dolphins in London.

  20. Inside The NFL Notebook

    NFL team in London: Only a matter of time?

    With the Jets and Dolphins facing off in Wembley Stadium on Sunday, Albert Breer explains how the NFL is forging forward with its long-term plans for London. Plus, Week 4 notes around the league. Read

  21. Marino meets Prince Harry

    Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino was one of the people in attendance when Prince Harry launched Walking With The Wounded, a 1,000-mile walk around Britain. Watch
  22. NFL Fan Pass

    A British Cowboy?

    UK native Aden Durde, a former NFL and NFL Europe player, explains how he wound up joining the Dallas Cowboys coaching staff and aspires to become an NFL coach. Watch

  23. NFL Fan Pass

    Meet Britain's biggest football fan

    Vernon Kay is a renowned UK celebrity, but is also a huge NFL fan. Find out how he fell in love with the sport as well as his participation with the British-champion London Warriors team. Watch

  24. NFL International Series

    Get all the latest on the NFL in the UK

    Get all the latest information on the NFL in the UK, including the activities that are taking place around the game, courtesy of Read

International Series

The NFL will be back in London for three matchups in the city 2016, the 15th, 16th and 17th games to be played there since the NFL International Series launched. Two games will be played at Wembley Stadium, which has been home to NFL International Series games since 2007. Twickenham, home of the English rugby team, will play host to an NFL game for the first time.

International Series games:
» 2016: Week 4 - Colts @ Jaguars (Wembley Stadium)
» 2016: Week 6 - NFC East team TBD @ Rams (Twickenham)
» 2016: Week 7 - Redskins @ Bengals (Wembley Stadium)
» 2015: Chiefs 45, Lions 10
» 2015: Jaguars 34, Bills 31
» 2015: Jets 27, Dolphins 14
» 2014: Cowboys 31, Jaguars 17
» 2014: Lions 22, Falcons 21
» 2014: Dolphins 38, Raiders 14
» 2013: 49ers 42, Jaguars 10
» 2013: Vikings 34, Steelers 27
» 2012: Patriots 45, Rams 7
» 2011: Bears 24, Buccaneers 18
» 2010: 49ers 24, Broncos 16
» 2009: Patriots 35, Buccaneers 7
» 2008: Saints 37, Chargers 32
» 2007: Giants 13, Dolphins 10

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