NFL International Games Schedule 2024: Full List of Matchups

The NFL will host five international games during the 2024 season, ranging from Brazil to England to Germany.
Oct 15, 2023; London, United Kingdom; A general overall view of British and United States flags at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Oct 15, 2023; London, United Kingdom; A general overall view of British and United States flags at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. / Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

The NFL will host five international games during the 2024 season, ranging from Brazil to England to Germany.

The first international game of the season will take place right off the bat in Week 1 in Brazil. The interesting aspect of that game, though, is it will be the first Friday night game in opening weekend in over 50 years of the NFL. Then there will be three consecutive games played in London from Weeks 5–7. The final international game will be located in Germany during Week 10.

The NFL officially announced which teams will be making the trips abroad this season on May 15. Take a look at the matchups and the full international schedule.

NFL International Games Schedule 2024

Here's a full list of the games listing matchup, date, start time, location, and channel.

MATCHUP

DATE/TIME

LOCATION

CHANNEL

Green Bay Packers vs. Philadlephia Eagles

Friday, September 6, 8:15 p.m. ET

São Paulo, Brazil

Peacock, NFL+

New York Jets vs. Minnesota Vikings

Sunday, October 6, 9:30 a.m. ET

London, England

NFL Network, NFL+

Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Chicago Bears

Sunday, October 13, 9:30 a.m. ET

London, England

NFL Network, NFL+

New England Patriots vs. Jacksonville Jaguars

Sunday, October 20, 9:30 a.m. ET

London, England

NFL Network, NFL+

New York Giants vs. Carolina Panthers

Sunday, November 10, 9:30 a.m. ET

Munich, Germany

NFL Network, NFL+

Below you'll find a more in-depth breakdown of this year's international NFL games.

Week 1: Green Bay Packers vs. Philadelphia Eagles

Where: São Paulo, Brazil
When: Friday, Sept. 6 at 8:15 p.m. ET
Channel: NFL+, Peacock

The Packers and the Eagles will kick off their season in Brazil for the first ever NFL game played in the country and South America in general. The Eagles were announced as one of the teams for the matchup all the way back in February.

Both teams are coming off playoff runs in the 2023 season. Packers quarterback Jordan Love brought the team to the divisional round in his first year as the starter. The Eagles, though, lost in the wild-card round.

Week 2: New York Jets vs. Minnesota Vikings

Where: London, England
When: Sunday, Oct. 6, 9:30 a.m. ET
Channel: NFL Network, NFL+

Aaron Rodgers will face his former NFC North rival at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in Week 5. This will be Rodgers's second international game in his career. It will be a new team dynamic in New York this season as Rodgers only played one drive last season.

The Vikings will be led by a new quarterback this season, too, as Kirk Cousins is now with the Atlanta Falcons.

Week 3: Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Chicago Bears

Where: London, England
When: Sunday, Oct. 13, 9:30 a.m. ET
Channel: NFL Network, NFL+

The Jaguars will play their 12th game in London during Week 6 vs. the Bears. The Bears, however, haven't played abroad since the 2019 season. This game will also be held at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

The world will get to watch this year's No. 1 pick in Caleb Williams, the new Bears quarterback.

Week 4: New England Patriots vs. Jacksonville Jaguars

Where: London, England
When: Sunday, Oct. 20, 9:30 a.m. ET
Channel: NFL Network, NFL+

The Jaguars will remain in London for their 13th game in the city for the Week 7 matchup vs. the Patriots. This is the second year that the Jaguars have played in back-to-back weeks in London. They will play in Wembley Stadium for this game, which will be the team's 10th appearance there.

A new Patriots team coached by Jerod Mayo and led by No. 3 pick Drake Maye will make the trip to face the Jaguars.

Week 5: New York Giants vs. Carolina Panthers

Where: Munich, Germany
When: Sunday, Nov. 10, 9:30 a.m. ET
Channel: NFL Network, NFL+

Munich will host an NFL game for the second time in history, this time the matchup between the Giants and the Panthers in Week 10. The Giants have yet to lose an international game as they've gone 3–0, looking back all the way to the first international game played in 2007.

Although it will be his second NFL season, Panthers quarterback Bryce Young will be playing in his first international game.


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