The NFL games from Wembley, plus the Superbowl will be screened on BBC TV for the next two years, it was announced today.
This follows Sky’s recent acquisition of all other NFL games,after Channel Four decided to end its coverage of NFL.
A weekly NFL highlights show will also be broadcast free-to-air on BBC Two, which will run from the start of November until February.
This season the NFL Wembley clash between the New York Jets and Miami Dolphins on the 4th October will be live and exclusive on BBC Two.
The Jacksonville Jaguars against the Buffalo Bills on the 25th October will also be live on BBC Two
The Detroit Lions against the Kansas City Chiefs on the 1st November is on the Red Button and BBC Sport website, with highlights on BBC Two.
NFL Super Bowl 50 takes place in San Francisco on 7 February 2016 and will be live on BBC TV, Radio and Online.
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