The NFL American football league has launched travel and ticket packages for fans hoping to catch a game in London and Mexico City via its official hospitality partner, On Location Experiences.
The experiential hospitality business is the official fan ticket and travel package provider for the NFL’s four London games and the one game in Mexico, as well as the official travel provider for each of the 10 teams participating in this year’s matchups.
Packages can include round-trip air fare, game tickets, hotel accommodation, pre-game hospitality and guided city tours, among other elements.
“We are excited to be working with the NFL and each of the 10 participating teams to offer fans a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to watch their teams play in London and Mexico City,” said John Collins, chief executive of On Location Experiences.
“This year the NFL will play five games abroad, allowing more teams and their passionate fans to travel abroad to take part in the excitement. Through our direct partnerships, On Location is able to provide guests with unique experiences that will get them closer to the game and immersed in these cultural meccas.”
The league is returning to London for its 13th consecutive year, with the four games split between the new 62,000-capacity Tottenham Stadium and Wembley Stadium. The International Series will begin on Sunday, October 6 with the Chicago Bears taking on the Oakland Raiders.
Other games in London include the Carolina Panthers v Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Cincinnati Bengals v Los Angeles Rams, and the Houston Texans v Jacksonville Jaguars.
The game in Mexico City will see the Kansas City Chiefs take on the Los Angeles Chargers at the Estadio Azteca.
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