Seahawks Will Play Buccaneers In Germany In 2022

By Daily Sports Nigeria on May 4, 2022

The Seahawks have for years been one of the most popular NFL teams in Germany, and in 2022, those German fans will get a chance to see the Seahawks play in person.

The Seahawks and Buccaneers will play in Munich on November 13 in the first regular season NFL game in Germany. The game, which will kick off at 6:30 a.m. PT, will be played at Allianz Arena. The game will be the first major non-soccer event held at the home of FC Bayern Munich, which recently captured its 10th consecutive Bundesliga title.

This will be the Seahawks' second trip to Europe in five seasons, having played in London in 2018 for a Week 6 win over the Raiders. That game featured a very pro-Seahawks crowd at Wembley Stadium, highlighting the support the Seahawks have in Europe, including a big fanbase in Germany.

Per NFL data, the Seahawks are the second most popular NFL team in Germany, a following that includes the German Sea Hawkers chapter that has 1,316 dues-paying members. That represents more than 10 percent of Sea Hawkers worldwide, and at that London game four years ago, an estimated 200-300 members of the German Sea Hawkers made the trip to attend the game.

 

Source FlashSport

Posted May 4, 2022


 

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