The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium has once again been taken over by the NFL today for the match between the Carolina Panthers and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Last Sunday saw the first ever American Football game take place at the 62,062 capacity seater stadium and the half time event saw a beautiful fireworks display take place on the roof of the arena during the half time show.
While there have been no fireworks today, there was an equally impressive ‘fly over’ from the RAF with helicopters including a chinook gracing the skies above N17.
The double-header is part of a 10-year agreement between Tottenham Hotspur and the NFL to host at least two games at the stadium over a ten year period (Guardian).
Players and coaches from both the Oakland Raiders and Chicago Bears were left impressed by the new stadium (Evening Express).
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