On Tuesday morning, the NFL released it’s slate for the 2017 London games. Here’s a quick look at the tentative schedule.
The Los Angeles Rams will “host” the NFC West rival Arizona Cardinals at Twickenham Stadium in Week 7 or 8.
This will mark the third time the Rams have made the trip across the pond. They are 0-2 in International series play, having fallen 45-7 to the Patriots in 2012, and 17-10 to the Giants earlier this year.
Here’s what the Rams said in their official release:
The NFL today announced the four games that will take place in London next season, the first time the league will play four games – half of a home schedule of regular-season games – in the UK capital.
The Rams will travel to London for the third time since the inception of the NFL’s London Games Series in 2007. The team previously hosted the New England Patriots in 2012 and the New York Giants in 2016. Next season, Los Angeles will serve as the home team in either Week 7 (Oct. 22) or Week 8 (Oct. 29) against the Arizona Cardinals at Twickenham Stadium, the home of English rugby.
The game times and dates will be finalized in conjunction with the revealing of the full 2017 NFL schedule next spring.