The NFL announced plans to add even more international regular season games on Monday.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have London games for the next five seasons, and in 2016, the Houston Texans and Oakland Raiders will square off in Mexico City.
Furthermore, fans can expect to watch games played in Germany and China as early as 2017 and 2018, respectively, reports Conor Orr.
This won’t be the league’s first attempt at setting up games in the People’s Republic.
Commissioner Goodell set up a game for the 2007, which was eventually rescheduled for 2009 before being nixed altogether.