Six teams will be headed to London during the 2018 regular season as part of the NFL’s agreement to play games in England, the NFL announced Thursday.
The international schedule will begin Week 6 with the Seattle Seahawks as the road team against the Oakland Raiders. That matchup will be played at the new venue of Tottenham Hotspur, a club in the English Premier League.
Future seasons will include two games at Twickenham Stadium.
In Week 7 or 8, Wembley Stadium will host the Philadelphia Eagles and the Jacksonville Jaguars, who are heading to London for the sixth time. Philadelphia will be the visiting team in that clash.
Whichever Sunday does not feature the Eagles and Jags will include the Tennessee Titans and Los Angeles Chargers. Tennessee will be considered the road team in the final London showdown.
The announcement officially means the Raiders, Jaguars and Chargers will lose one local home game, dropping them to seven for the year.