The NFL International Series kicks off in London this week with the first of five regular season games to be played outside the US and the first of three in the UK capital city this fall.
More than 121,000 fans witnessed the two NFL London matchups at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in 2021, which included the most gripping finale to any NFL game ever played in the UK.
After the Jacksonville Jaguars called a timeout with one second remaining against the Miami Dolphins, Matthew Wright made a 53-yard field goal to end the franchise's 20-game losing run.
The Jaguars will be back in London to play another home game later in the season, but the first two clashes for European fans to enjoy will be between the Minnesota Vikings and New Orleans Saints in Week 4, followed by the Green Bay packers against the New York Giants in Week 5.
|What:||NFL London 2022|
|Where:||Tottenham Hotspur Stadium (Weeks 4 and 5) and Wembley Stadium (Week 8)|
|When:||14:30, Sunday 2nd October 2022|
|How to watch:||Sky Sports NFL or ITV/ITV Hub and NFL Game Pass|
|Odds:||MIN Vikings 20/29, NO Saints 5/4|
The action starts on consecutive weekends, with Vikings going up against the Saints on the first Sunday in October and the Packers making their first transatlantic trip to face the Giants a week later.
The Jaguars meet the Denver Broncos on 30th October.
All the games kick-off at the same time in the US, 9:30am ET/6.30 a.m. PT, but because of daylight saving time the third of the three games starts an hour earlier than the other two in the UK - at 13:30BST instead of 14:30BST.
NFL regular season games have been taking place in London since 2007 and the city will host two at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and one at Wembley in 2022.
Week 4's game between the Minnesota Vikings and New Orleans Saints is being staged at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, which has a capacity of 62,850.
The New York Giants will hope to put their prior knowledge of London games to good use against first-time London travellers the Green Bay Packers a week later at the same venue.
Then, later in October, the Denver Broncos will take on the Jacksonville Jaguars at Wembley Stadium, which has a capacity of 90,000 and usually sees NFL attendances of over 82,000.
NFL Game Pass will show all three games while the first of the three games - featuring the Minnesota Vikings and New Orleans Saints - will be on Sky Sports and viewed using a standard subscription or a Now TV Sports Membership.
The second two of the three London games will be shown live on ITV - they are the New York Giants vs Green Bay Packers and Jacksonville Jaguars vs Denver Broncos.
The games on ITV are free to watch and you can do so on TV or via the ITV Hub.
Regular season games were first held in London in 2007 and have attracted huge crowds ever since.
The Giants beat the Miami Dolphins 13-10 in front of over 81,000 in the inaugural matchup, which was played on a sloppy surface during persistent London rain.
Nearly 86,000 saw the Philadelphia Eagles beat the Jaguars at Wembley in 2018.
The Jaguars have won four games in their 'second home' of London, including three at Wembley Stadium - which their owner Shahid Khan was interested in buying back in 2018.
Jacksonville beat the Buffalo Bills in 2015, the Indianapolis Colts in 2016 and Baltimore Ravens in 2017 before enjoying their last-gasp win over the Dolphins at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium last year.
Six teams have registered two London wins apiece, including the Vikings, Saints, 49ers, Giants, Rams and the New England Patriots.
The Vikings, who are 20/29 on the Money Line, are favoured against the 5/4 Saints in London's Week 4 matchup.
The odds for the other games are not yet known, but the Packers are likely to be the favourites against the Giants, who went 4-13 last season, while the Jaguars are expected to be the underdogs for their game against the Broncos.