The NFL today announced the designated teams set to play in London and Munich as part of the 2024 International Games.
Each team’s opponent and specific dates/times will be announced in the spring.
With Chicago listed as an away opponent for Jacksonville next season, it’s possible the Jaguars could host a game at Wembley Stadium and visit the Bears at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium (similar to its back-to-back London games during the 2023 season).
The Jaguars’ set game at Wembley Stadium will be its 12th London contest.
Team owner Shad Khan said in the league’s press release:
“We certainly owe a debt of thanks to the thousands of fans in the U.K., Ireland and throughout Europe who have made the Jaguars their NFL team since our first London home game in 2013. We’ve now played 11 games in London, have forged deep relationships with fans and businesses, have introduced American football to young people that participate in our community programs throughout the U.K., and we’ve raised funds and supported causes that touch many lives. In all, we’ve established a strong Jaguars tradition in London that our fans and followers celebrate every day of the year. That tradition continues next season when the Jaguars return to London, and we can’t wait to see everyone once again in Wembley Stadium, our home away from home.”