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NFL Touches Down in South America: Regular-Season Game Set for Brazil in 2024!

New York, NY – December 16, 2023 – National football league (NFL) is going global, set to host a regular season match at Sao Paolo, Brazil, slated for 2024. It is the first time such historic matchup of the two teams is being played on the ground of South America which only underscores how NFL’s popularity is continuously gaining its momentum within the international arena. furthermore, it emphasizes that the NFL organization makes a tremendous effort to develop the

This event will take place at Corinthians Arena where two NFL teams will play in front of Brazilians enthusiasts. São Paulo had over 20.8 million soccer-playing residents and with more than 38 million NFL fans in Brazil, including 8.3 million “avid” fans, it proved the right ground for this historical event.

“NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell stated, “It is our pleasure bringing NFL to South America for the first time.” “We want to afford the Brazilian people who love football to witness live in the field how NFL is being played.”

Beyond the Game: This game was only a part of broader NFL’s commitment to Brazil. The league will invest in grassroots programs that will help develop football among the young Brazilians as well as create chances for upcoming Brazilian sports persons. It intends creating a sustainable heritage for the sport in the district.

A Global Stage: The drive for the expansion of the NFL internationally is gaining an impetus. With the addition of the Brazil game, the league will have hosted regular-season games in five different countries: USA, UK, Canada, Mexico and now Brazil. sentences include: This affirms that indeed, NFL is worldwide sport and connects fans globally with the same love towards the sport.

In future months more details of the game will be released such as the involved team,s and their respective date. Tune in for further details about this sensational occurrence as well as NFL’s amazing journey to South America!

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