The NFL announced Monday the five-game slate of international games for the 2019 season.
London's calling for four games and Mexico City will get another shot to host a Kansas City-Los Angeles showdown.
The quartet of London games will be split at Wembley Stadium and Tottenham Hotspur's new stadium.
Overall, it's a slate of intriguing games with a wealth of star players taking the international stage such as Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, Chargers signal-caller Philip Rivers, Rams running back Todd Gurley and pass rusher Aaron Donald, Bears pass rusher Khalil Mack and Panthers quarterback Cam Newton.
Here are the 2019 international games:
A season removed from a scheduled showdown between the Chiefs and Rams at Estadio Azteca in Mexico City had to be moved due to poor field conditions, Kansas City will play its AFC West rival, the Chargers, at the aforementioned venue. Both teams will make their debuts south of the border on the heels of a season in which they each made postseason appearances.
Dates and kickoff times will be announced in the spring as part of the full NFL schedule release, along with the venues for the London tilts.