Jan 22, 2019, 0:53
The NFL just announced the five global games that will be played during the 2019 season. Exact schedules have not yet been announced.
The league will also play four games in London, England where the NFL has played games since 2007.
WCPO will update this story.
Chiefs fans Justin Golubski and Matthew Cleveland followed through with their trip to Mexico City, even after the game was moved to Los Angeles, and shared the pictures in this story with FOX4.
This coming season, another L.A. -based team, the Chargers, will be the hosts, which means an important divisional showdown in the AFC West will be played in Mexico City.
The Raiders, Chargers and Jaguars were the home teams for last season's games at Wembley.
Mexico City will have another chance to host the Chargers and the Chiefs after poor field conditions at Estadio Azteca this season saw the game moved back to the U.S. The other two games will pit the Chicago Bears against the Oakland Raiders and Cincinnati Bengals against the Los Angeles Rams.
Dates, kick-off times and venues for all the global games will be confirmed in conjunction with the release of the full National Football League schedule later this year.
The Jaguars have a deal to play annually in London.
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