NFL International Schedule Revealed: Commanders Playing Abroad in 2022?

Washington Commanders NFC East Division rival New York Giants are among 10 teams that will play overseas in the NFL’s International Series.

Washington Commanders vs. New York Giants

New York Giants vs. Washington Commanders

Washington Commanders vs. New York Giants

Washington Commanders vs. New York Giants

Washington Commanders vs. New York Giants

The last remaining NFL team playing in London is the Green Bay Packers, and that’s who the Giants will face at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in the UK.

If taking on the Packers on the road wasn’t difficult enough, doing so following a trip across the ocean promises to only increase the level of difficulty.

The two teams face off on October 9, but those aren’t the only competitions in town this year.

Joining the Giants and Packers in London will be the Minnesota Vikings and New Orleans Saints who play Tottenham Hotspur on October 2, then the Denver Broncos who “visit” the Jacksonville Jaguars at Wembley Stadium on October 30. .

On November 13, NFL history will be made as the 2020 Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers bring Tom Brady and company to Munich, Germany where they will host the Seattle Seahawks at the Allianz Arena, home of FC Bayern Munich football club.

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This will be the first-ever NFL regular season game played in Germany and will take place at 9:30 a.m. ET, just like the three games taking place in London.

Finally, Mexico City will host the only division game on this year’s international schedule when the San Francisco 49ers and Arizona Cardinals take the field at the Estadio Azteca.

Washington Football Team quarterback Taylor Heinicke runs away from Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive lineman Jason Pierre-Paul

Washington Commanders vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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Washington Commanders vs. Denver Broncos

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Washington Commanders vs. New Orleans Saints

The good news for the Cardinals is that they will have star receiver DeAndre Hopkins after his six-week suspension for taking performance-enhancing drugs.

No, the Washington Commanders will not be playing overseas in 2022 as they will play their entire home slate under a new name and brand, trying to rediscover consistent wins and reconnect with the fanbase.

Still, the NFL has a full schedule of entertaining games to grab the attention of fans at home and around the world.