The NFL games to be played at Twickenham Stadium in the 2017 season were announced today.

The Los Angeles Rams will play the Arizona Cardinals at 6pm BST on Sunday, October 22, and the following Sunday the Cleveland Browns will play the Minnesota Vikings at 1.30pm GMT.

In the 2016 season, the stadium hosted its first ever NFL game, when the Los Angeles Rams played the New York Giants.

The attendance for that game was 74,121, and the Giants won 17-10.

As part of the NFL’s international slate, two games will also be played at Wembley Stadium earlier in the season: the Jacksonville Jaguars v the Baltimore Ravens on September 24, and the Miami Dolphins v the New Orleans Saints on October 1.

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