This year’s International Series of NFL games in London is soon to kick off. As part of the wave of fun activities taking place in the nation’s capital, NFL UK Live, presented by Subway, touches down at The Landmark London on Saturday 23rd and Saturday 30th September for a special 2017 London Games series. Book your tickets now and get ready for insider insight and exclusive content from the teams themselves on the eve of their Wembley games. Tickets cost just £6 plus £1 booking fee*.
SATURDAY 23RD SEPTEMBER, 12.00NOON – 3.00PM
Sky Sports’ Neil Reynolds welcomes to the stage NFL legends Mark Brunell andFred Taylor, former quarterback and running back for the Jacksonville Jaguars, plus Baltimore Ravens’ former linebacker Ray Lewis and offensive tackle Jonathan Ogdon. What’s more, don’t miss on-stage appearances from special guests and the Jacksonville Jaguars’ cheerleaders! Buy tickets now
SATURDAY 30TH SEPTEMBER, 10.00AM – 11.00AM
Come on down before NFL on Regent Street, presented by Visit Mexico, for an up close and personal chat with Deuce McAllister, former running back of the New Orleans Saints, and Dolphins’ former cornerback Sam Madison and wide receiver Mark Clayton. With live Q&A and the chance to interact with other NFL fans, make your Wembley weekend great with NFL UK Live, presented by Subway. Buy tickets now
* Tickets cost a total of £7 each (including £1 booking fee). Maximum of 2 tickets per transaction. Tickets are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Tickets are strictly not for re-sale. The lead booker must attend the event and present their photo ID in its original form (photocopies will not be accepted) upon entry to the venue. If the lead booker is not present, entry will be denied. There will be no exceptions to this rule. The name cannot be changed once the booking has been made.
All ticket proceeds (excluding £1 booking fee) will go to Sport Relief, the televised charity event in association with the BBC. Launched in 2002, Sport Relief combines the worlds of sport and entertainment to raise money for vulnerable people, both in the UK and in less economically-developed countries.