NFL International Games 2023: Schedule & How to Watch

The 2023 NFL season promises to deliver thrilling action to fans across Europe with a series of international games scheduled to take place in the United Kingdom and Germany. Following the success of the inaugural NFL game in Germany last year, the league has expanded its international series with two games slated for Frankfurt this season, and three games in London. Here’s everything you need to know about the schedule, how to watch the games, and a glimpse into what to expect from each matchup.

NFL International Games 2023 Schedule

The 2023 series includes five international games – three of which will be played in London, while Frankfurt, Germany will host two games.

Here is the schedule for the 2023 NFL International Games:

DateFixtureVenueKick-off Time
October 1Atlanta Falcons vs. Jacksonville JaguarsWembley Stadium9.30am ET / 2.30pm BST
October 8Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Buffalo BillsTottenham Hotspur Stadium9.30am ET / 2.30pm BST
October 15Baltimore Ravens vs. Tennessee TitansTottenham Hotspur Stadium9.30am ET / 2.30pm BST
November 5Kansas City Chiefs vs. Miami DolphinsFrankfurt Stadium9.30am ET / 2.30pm BST
November 12New England Patriots vs. Indianapolis ColtsFrankfurt Stadium9.30am ET / 2.30pm BST

How to Watch the 2023 NFL International Games

Fans in the UK and the US have several options to tune into the NFL international series.

Here are the streaming options for 2023 NFL International Games:

CountryTVLive stream
UKSky SportsSky GO

Preview of the International Games

The 2023 NFL International Games series features compelling matchups involving promising teams with high expectations for the upcoming season.

The series kicks off with the Atlanta Falcons taking on the Jacksonville Jaguars at Wembley Stadium. The Jaguars, fresh off a playoff season, are led by franchise quarterback Trevor Lawrence and are looking to build upon their success.

The series continues with a clash between AFC heavyweights, the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Buffalo Bills, at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. The game will provide a true test of Jacksonville’s progress against a formidable Bills team led by star quarterback Josh Allen.

In the third international game, the Baltimore Ravens, led by franchise quarterback Lamar Jackson, will face the Tennessee Titans. The Titans’ quarterback situation is less clear, with Ryan Tannehill and rookie Will Levis vying for the starting spot.

In the first of two games in Germany, the reigning Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs take on the Miami Dolphins at Frankfurt Stadium. This matchup promises high stakes and explosive action as two AFC powerhouses clash on the international stage.

The series concludes with a matchup between the Indianapolis Colts and the New England Patriots, also at Frankfurt Stadium. Both teams are looking to rebound from disappointing 2022 seasons and will be hoping to make a statement in this international showdown.


In conclusion, NFL fans across Europe have a thrilling season to look forward to, with the opportunity to experience the sport live and in person. Whether you’re planning to attend the games or stream them online, the 2023 NFL International Games promise to be a sporting spectacle not to be missed.


When and where are the 2023 NFL International Games taking place?

The 2023 NFL International Games will be played in London, UK, and Frankfurt, Germany. There are five games in total, with the first game scheduled for October 1 and the last game scheduled for November 12. The games in London will be played at Wembley Stadium and Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, while the games in Germany will be at Frankfurt Stadium.

How can fans in the UK and the US watch the 2023 NFL International Games?

Fans in the UK can watch the games on Sky Sports and can live stream them via Sky GO. For fans in the US, the games can be live streamed on ESPN+ as there is currently no TV broadcast option announced.

What teams will be playing in the 2023 NFL International Games?

Several teams will participate in the Games. The teams include the Atlanta Falcons, Jacksonville Jaguars, Buffalo Bills, Baltimore Ravens, Tennessee Titans, Kansas City Chiefs, Miami Dolphins, New England Patriots, and Indianapolis Colts.

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