The NFL announced their designated teams for their London and Munich 2024 International Games on Thursday.
The Chicago Bears and Minnesota Vikings will play at London’s Tottenham Hotspur Stadium (opponents TBD).
The Jacksonville Jaguars, a London staple, will play at Wembley Stadium and the Carolina Panthers play in Munich, Germany this coming season (opponents TBD).
Of the teams designated, the New York Giants have only the Panthers on their 2024 schedule. It is very possible the Giants make the trip across the pond and play their first game in Germany.
Why the NFL would want to subject the German populace to a match between a couple of dumpster fires is beyond us, but the possibility remains it can happen.
The Giants have played three games in Europe since the NFL began playing games overseas in 2007, including the first game ever in England, a 13-10 victory over the Miami Dolphins at Wembley Stadium.
They defeated the Rams, 17-10, in 2016 at Twickenham and knocked off the Green Bay Packers, 27-22, last season at Tottenham.