In May, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell mentioned the possibility of playing more than one game per season in London.
On Thursday, Goodell repeated the desire, and sounded more confident it would happen — soon. Goodell said that it’s possible there will be multiple games played in London as early as 2010.
He also said that he could foresee a franchise in London someday, although that possiblity will be far off.
The NFL doesn’t have the total overseas presence that the NBA and Major League Baseball do, but interest in Europe is clearly growing. Adding a second game will only help.
The trick will be finding two teams every year willing to give up a home game to play overseas. Finding one seems challenging as it is.