The NFL will play a regular season game at Real Madrid’s Santiago Bernabeu Stadium during the 2025 season, the
league said on Friday.
The first ever NFL game in Spain follows European games held in England and Germany.READ MORE
“Playing a game in Madrid in 2025 highlights the continued expansion of the league’s global footprint and the
accelerated ambitions to take our game to more fans around the world,” said NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell in a statement.
We are proud to partner with Real Madrid C.F., a global brand, together with the City of Madrid and Comunidad de Madrid, to bring a spectacular regular season game to Spain at the world-
class Santiago Bernabeu Stadium,” he added. Fifty regular season NFL games have been played internationally through the league’s history, with London, Munich, Frankfurt, Mexico City and Toronto all hosting games to date.