The NFL is set to host two games in Germany for the first time in the league’s history.
Munich and Frankfurt have been chosen as host cities, as the league continues its international expansion.
Germany will welcome one game per season until 2025, with each city alternating.
Bayern Munich’s Allianz Arena will host the opener, and Frankfurt’s Deutsche Bank Park will welcome the annual game the following year.
“We are very pleased to welcome Munich and Frankfurt to the NFL family and are excited to reward our fans in Germany for their passion by bringing them the spectacle of regular-season NFL football,” said NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.
Of the remaining five regular-season international games, three will be played in London and one will be played in Mexico.
Four teams were granted access to Germany, including Carolina Panthers, Kansas City Chiefs, New England Patriots, and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
“We look forward to staging our first game in Germany at Bayern Munich’s fantastic stadium later this year and to exploring areas of broader collaboration with the Bundesliga,” Goodell said.