It was confirmed yesterday that the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium will once again play host to the London Games.
Two matches are due to take place in October with the Atlanta Falcons hosting the New York Jets on Sunday 10th and the Jacksonville Jaguars taking on the Miami Dolphins on the 17th.
The announcement will come as a relief to UK-based NFL fans and comes nearly exactly 12 months on confirmation that the 2020 London Games wouldn’t be taking place.
The NFL said in a statement that “the decision to play all our games domestically this season is the right one for our players, our clubs, and all our fans in the US.”
Where to get 2021 NFL London Games tickets
As things stand, confusion currently surrounds how tickets will be distributed.
With no Wembley fixtures, there are no clear answers on where Wembley season-ticket holders stand.
This, without any concrete information on whether stadiums will be back to full capacity, means no General Sale tickets may be made available.
Should they be made available, however, NFL fans are advised to keep checking back on this Ticketmaster landing page.
If you’re going to try for tickets for the first time, General Sale tickets in the past have been priced in the region of £90. They have also appeared on resale site Stubhub for £200.