NFL Experience comes to London with Experience Kissimmee


NFL Experience comes to London with Experience Kissimmee

Wednesday, 02 Oct, 2023 0

The National Football League will touch down at London’s Battersea Power Station with Experience Kissimmee.

The one-day fan event celebrates the NFL 2023 London Games.

The ‘NFL Experience London’ is an immersive American football takeover on Saturday, 7 October, with a host of themed activities.

Experience Kissimmee, the official tourism authority for Osceola County, Florida is the official travel destination of the NFL in the UK.

In June, Experience Kissimmee and the Jacksonville Jaguars announced a multi-year partnership, naming Experience Kissimmee as the team’s official travel destination sponsor.

On 7 October, fans can test their football skills on the Quarterback Challenge,  sponsored by Experience Kissimmee.

There are Broad Jump and Vertical Jump contests, Wide Receiver, and Field Goal Kick activities.

The Jacksonville Jaguars, Chicago Bears, New York Jets and Minnesota Vikings will also have fan activations and photo ops.

Cheerleader and mascot performances from the teams in the 2023 NFL London Games will also take place.

‘NFL Experience London’ is free to attend, and open to all ages.

“The 2023 NFL London Games promise to be an action-packed, thrilling experience for fans,” said NFL UK GM, Henry Hodgson.

“We are bringing the very best of the NFL to the iconic Battersea Power Station to celebrate. We’re looking forward to welcoming fans and those new to the sport.”

A NFL flag football mini field will give fans the chance to experience a non-contact format of the game.

NFL merchandise and vintage NFL memorabilia from all 32 NFL teams will be available to buy.

A Madden NFL 24 gaming station will be available for fans to play.

NFL legends and pundits will join the NFL Experience London event, along with NFL DJ’s.

All visitors have the chance to win various NFL prizes.

London hosts three games starting at Wembley Stadium on Sunday, 1 October for Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Atlanta Falcons.

It will then shift to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium for Buffalo Bills vs. Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday, 8 October and then host Tennessee Titans vs. the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, 15 October.



Learn more about :   Experience Kissimmee ( United Kingdom )  



 

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