NFL Plant Apparently Kracher Match in Munich

At the beginning of February, the NFL announced that regular season games in Germany will be held from this year. The lots will take place alternately in Munich and Frankfurt. For the first game in the living room of Bayern, the US Football League has apparently planned a Kracher match.

As reported "picture", it should come in the Allianz Arena to a new edition of the Super Bowl of 2021, when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers declassified the Kansas City Chiefs with 31: 9.

At that time, the "Goat" Tom Brady and Patrick Mahomes stood two absolute NFL superstars on the field.

Both teams also counted in the forwarding season Weider to the co-favorites on the NFL crown, but distinguished prematurely.

While Mahomes and the Chiefs in the Conference Finals had to give the Surprise Finalist Cincinnati Bengal, the Buccaneers documented the new Super Bowl Champion Los Angeles Rams in the Divisional Round.

There is no official confirmation of the NFL, but as "picture" is further reported, the names of the teams who play this year in Munich will be announced soon.

According to information from the Boulevard newspaper, the Chiefs NFL internally urged to play in Munich and get "home right".

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Kansas City Chief have close connection to FC Bayern

Why the Super Bowl Champion wants to play in the Allianz Arena from 2019, is also clear.

Kansas City Chiefs have a close connection to FC Bayern, because US investor Clark Hunt is not only owners of the NFL team, but also belongs to the FC Dallas in the football league MLS, which cooperates with the German record champion.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers would also like to play the "picture" report in Germany. For how the Chiefs, Franchise from Florida has secured the NFL marketing rights for Germany.

However, the BUCs will then have to compete without Tom Brady. The most successful player of NFL history finished his career recently after 21 years and seven Super Bowl rings.

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