St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford looks over his line at the Tennessee Titans defense in the second quarter at the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis on August 20, 2011. The Rams will host games in London over the next three seasons.
Tickets for the NFL's annual regular-season game in London will go on sale Monday after the St. Louis Rams solved an issue regarding their stadium lease, clearing the way for them to host games in Britain.
The NFL announced the St. Louis Rams have agreed to play regular season games in London for the next three years. The first game will be against the New England Patriots in 2012.
The Rams will play the Patriots Oct. 28 at Wembley Stadium. This will be the sixth straight year the NFL has played regular season in the British capital.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said "we are confident that having the Rams host one game in the UK in each of the next three seasons will allow us to better serve the growing popularity of our sport beyond the borders of the United States."