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Roger Goodell, Commissioner of the National Football League (NFL) speaks at a news conference announcing the Head Health Initiative, a collaboration between General Electric (GE) and the National Football League (NFL), in New York March 11, 2013. (REUTERS/Mike Segar) Roger Goodell, Commissioner of the National Football League (NFL) speaks at a news conference announcing the Head Health Initiative, a collaboration between General Electric (GE) and the National Football League (NFL), in New York March 11, 2013. (REUTERS/Mike Segar)  

Is the Super Bowl moving to London?

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell hinted at an event Tuesday night that a Super Bowl in London is a distinct possibility in the future.

“I want to grow the game,” he said. “Fans want more, and London is a great example.”

For the Super Bowl to start at 6:25 p.m. ET, as it usually does, it would have to begin in London at 11:25 p.m. A London Super Bowl came into question with the advent of this year’s Super Bowl being the first cold weather, open-air bowl game.

He has previously stated that he would like to see expansion teams in both Los Angeles and London.

Bart Habbuch of the New York Post tweeted:

Goodell said the league wouldn’t host a Super Bowl in London until a team was in place there, so there’s no chance this would happen soon.

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