NFL London 2019: Which Teams Play in Britain This Season? Dates, Times, TV Schedule

The Oakland Raiders earned a place in the history books on Sunday, becoming the first team to win an NFL game at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

The Raiders squandered a 17-point lead over the Chicago Bears and needed a touchdown from Rookie of the Year candidate Josh Jacobs with 1:57 to play to secure a win in London at the third time of asking.

Oakland improved to 3-2 with a second consecutive win and are now second in the AFC West behind the 4-1 Kansas City Chiefs, while the Bears slipped to 3-2 and are third in the NFC North, behind the 4-1 Green Bay Packers and the 2-1-1 Detroit Lions.

Inaugurated earlier this year, Tottenham's swanky new home is the first NFL purpose-built stadium outside the U.S. and hosted the first of four games that will be staged in the British capital this season.

The 62,062-seater arena was packed to the rafters on Sunday and passed its debut with flying colors.

"Beautiful, absolutely gorgeous," Bears head coach Matt Nagy told reporters in his press conference after the game when asked what he thought of the stadium—the third arena in London to host an NFL game after Wembley Stadium and Twickenham.

"I mean, it's the first thing you do, you walk in here and you just see it, it's state-of-the-art, it's top-notch. You talk about doing things the right way, I mean, it blows you away. It's phenomenal, absolutely phenomenal."

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General view of Tottenham Hotspur Stadium during the game between Chicago Bears and Oakland Raiders at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on October 6 in London, England. Christopher Lee/Getty

The NFL returns to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium next week, when the Carolina Panthers take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at 2:30 p.m. local time (9:30 a.m. ET) in an all-NFC South affair.

The Panthers, who have never played in the British capital before, arrive in London on the back of a 34-27 win at home over the Jacksonville Jaguars. Carolina running back Christian McCaffrey had a monster performance, finishing with 237 yards from scrimmage as the Panthers picked up a third consecutive win to improve to 3-2.

The Bucs, meanwhile, are more familiar with London having played in Britain twice, losing 35-7 to the New England Patriots in 2009 and 24-18 to the Bears two years later.

After a surprise road win against the Los Angeles Rams in Week 5, Tampa Bay lost 31-24 in New Orleans against the Saints and fell to 2-3.

Two further games are scheduled in London for Week 8 and Week 9 respectively, both of them at Wembley Stadium.

The Cincinnati Bengals take on the Rams on October 27 at 5 p.m. local time (1 p.m. ET), while the Jacksonville Jaguars face the Houston Texans on November 3 at 2:30 p.m. local time (9:30 a.m. ET).

Cincinnati has played just once at Wembley before, drawing 27-27 against the Washington Redskins in October 2016, while the Rams have played across the Atlantic three times.

Los Angeles lost 45-7 to the Patriots at Wembley in 2012, before losing 17-10 to the New York Giants at Twickenham in 2016 and thrashing the Arizona Cardinals 33-0 at the same venue a year later.

Like the Panthers, the Texans will also make their London debut this year, while the Jaguars will be in familiar surroundings. Jacksonville has played in London each year since 2013, winning on three occasions.

NFL London games TV schedule (All times ET)

Sunday, October 13

  • Carolina Panthers vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers—9:30 a.m., Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, NFL Network

Sunday, October 27

  • Cincinnati Bengals vs Los Angeles Rams—1 p.m., Wembley Stadium, CBS

Sunday, November 3

  • Houston Texans vs Jacksonville Jaguars—9:30 a.m., Wembley Stadium, NFL Network