The Super Bowl-bound Los Angeles Rams may be defending their NFL title in London this autumn after being confirmed as one of the eight teams included for the latest International Series schedule.
London could play host to the reigning Super Bowl champions later this year with the Los Angeles Rams named as one of the eight teams who will come to town next season.
The Rams are due to face the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LIII on February 3 following their dramatic - and controversial - NFC Championship Game victory over the New Orleans Saints on Sunday.
- Patriots make it three Super Bowls in a row
- Rams sinks Saints in overtime
- Super Bowl odds: Rams 11/10 | Patriots 8/11
And they will be in London later this year to take on the Cincinnati Bengals, the fourth time they have been the 'home' team for a London game.
That is one of four fixtures announced on Monday. The Houston Texans and the Carolina Panthers will make their London debuts, leaving the Green Bay Packers as the only NFL franchise yet to make the trip.
The Texans will take on the Jacksonville Jaguars - who are playing a 'home' game in London for the seventh straight season - while the Panthers take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Oakland Raiders will return to London for a second straight year to face the Chicago Bears in the remaining fixture.
No dates or venues have yet been announced for the games, two are due to be played at Wembley and two at Tottenham's new stadium.
Despite having a game in Mexico switched due to an unsuitable playing surface, the Azteca Stadium will again host an International Series game after being handed a tasty looking AFC West battle between the LA Chargers and Kansas City Chiefs.