NFL International Series

NFL International Series

NFL International Series

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Beginning with the 2005 season, the National Football League has hosted regular season American football games held outside the United States in a series known as the International Series.


Prior to 2005, the NFL's primary method of promoting its game abroad was through the American Bowl, a series of preseason games played around the world, and the NFL Europe League, a developmental league based in Europe. The American Bowls ended in 2005 (though a similar China Bowl was planned for 2007 before being cancelled), while NFL Europe folded in 2007.

Roger Goodell, the commissioner of the National Football League, has considered expanding the league's appeal overseas ever since the end of NFL Europa. Goodell has openly discussed the idea of holding a future Super Bowl game in London.Associated Press., 15 October 2007.Associated Press., 10 May 2007. Within the British Isles, aside from London, potential candidates for hosting NFL games include Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, Wales and Croke Park in Dublin, Republic of Ireland. Outside the Isles, other prime areas to get games would be Germany; Mexico; and Canada. Mark Waller, NFL senior vice president, international, doubts Asia or Australia would...
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