The NFL are readying their return to London later this year as a four-game schedule is lined up.
The games at Wembley will take place on September 24 and October 1, while Twickenham will host games on October 22 and 29.
Three teams will play in the capital for the first time ever as Baltimore Ravens, Cleveland Browns and Arizona Cardinals are on the bill.
Returning teams include Jacksonville Jaguars, Minnesota Vikings, Los Angeles Rams and the New Orleans Saints who face Miami Dolphins.
This move to four games is the equivalent to half of a home schedule for a regular season, which looks to be a greater promise of a growing American football franchise here in the UK.
Wembley has hosted fixtures since 2007 when the Miami Dolphins took on New York Giants to more than 80,000 fans.
Meanwhile Twickenham first hosted the sport in October 2016 as part of a three-year deal.
Find out how to get discounted tickets for the NFL’s return to London in 2017 below.
When are tickets available?
A special offer season ticket will be on sale from 10am on Tuesday January 10 .
You can purchase them from the NFL page on Ticketmaster .
What are the fixtures?
Baltimore Ravens v Jacksonville Jaguars - September 24 or October 1 (Wembley)
New Orleans Saints v Miami Dolphins - September 24 or October 1 (Wembley)
Minnesota Vikings v Cleveland Browns - October 22 or 29 (Twickenham)
Arizona Cardinals v Los Angeles Rams - October 22 or 29 (Twickenham)
How does the season ticket work?
Buying this season ticket will give you a number of benefits including:
- A 20% discount (off the price of four individual games)
- Priority access to future NFL London games
- The option to spread the cost across five payment installments beginning in February 2017
- The opportunity to select your own seats via an interactive map
How much are tickets?
There are a number of ticket price brackets available depending on where you sit in both stadiums.
Two games at Wembley Stadium range between £64-£248 , plus a booking fee.
Whilst two games at Twickenham Stadium are priced at £64-£238 , plus a booking fee and children’s tickets are £40-£45.
Until midnight on Tuesday January 10 customers will not have to pay a transaction fee.
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