Date & Time
29/10/2017 - 12:00 am
The Minnesota Vikings are going back “across the pond” in 2017. The Vikings will play the Cleveland Browns at Twickenham Stadium in England as part of next season’s London Games.
The game will be a “home” game for Cleveland, which is scheduled to host Minnesota based on the league’s interconference rotational schedule.
Minnesota has played in London once before, “hosting” and defeating Pittsburgh 34-27 in 2013 in front of 83,518 at London’s Wembley Stadium. Cleveland has not played a game in London to this point.
Twickenham Stadium has hosted one NFL game so far, a 17-10 win by the Giants over the Rams earlier last year.
Corinthian Sports Ltd are pleased to be able to offer an exclusive Private Box overlooking the pitch with panoramic views and exterior seating enabling you to soak up the Twickenham atmosphere.
Enquiries are closed for this event.