Ticketing information can be found at the NFL UK website here. Anyone interested in registering their interest in attending any of the games can do so with Ticketmaster here to ensure they receive all the latest information.
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When is the new stadium due to open?
Construction work is on schedule, with the new stadium opening for the 2018/2019 season, with all of Spurs home games and the NFL fixture between the Oakland Raiders Vs Seattle Seahawks on 14th October 2018.
Why is only one NFL game taking place at the new stadium this year?
The NFL are following their usual pattern of playing one game in the first season at a new venue, similar as they did at both Wembley Stadium and Twickenham in the past. This enables the NFL to gain important learnings that can enhance the fan experience and environment for future games in years to come. As a result, the NFL have committed to play an additional games at the new stadium in a future seasons.
Will there be an allocation of tickets available to Tottenham Hotspur Season Ticket holders?
The NFL’s priority is to satisfy as many NFL Season Ticket holders as well as participating teams as possible before working through other allocations. A further announcement will be made in due course.
Why is the sales process for NFL tickets at new stadium not until April when the sales for games at Wembley Stadium starts next week?
Unlike Wembley Stadium, this is a new stadium that is still under construction. We are therefore only able to commencing the ticket sales process for this game once the stadium's seating plan has been finalised. Sales are expected to begin in April, and you can now register your interest for tickets to the London games by clicking here.
Why is the most popular game out of the three in London in 2018 being played at the smallest venue?
There are a number of considerations which determine where a game gets played. This include complexities to NFL Scheduling.
- When the teams want to play
- Scheduling of bye weeks – where they plan to play the week before
- Input from US broadcasters
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