Who said Europe is just for soccer?
In the latest NFL news…football-––not futbol––is king.
Tickets for the Miami Dolphins vs Kansas City Chiefs game in Germany went on sale Tuesday at noon local time and by 12:15, the tickets were GONE.
Tickets for Germany’s second-ever NFL game, Chiefs-Dolphins, went on sale at 12 PM local time today.
Within two minutes, the queue had 1.4 million people in it.
By 12:15, tickets were sold out. pic.twitter.com/8puKj6eEfb
— Front Office Sports (@FOS) June 27, 2023
That means all 48,000 seats at Deutsche Bank Park will be filled on November 5 to watch the reigning Super Bowl champs take on a star-studded Dolphins team.
According to Front Office Sports, approximately 1.4 million people were queued within two minutes of the tickets going on sale.
— Sunday Night Football on NBC (@SNFonNBC) June 27, 2023
This isn’t the first time that Kansas City has been to Germany, in fact, KC played in the first NFL exhibition game in Berlin back in 1990. As for the Dolphins, this will be their first trip to Deutschland. This game will be a fun one, especially for those who like to bet on NFL games.
The NFL has five international games on its slate for the 2023 season. Wembley Stadium and Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London will host games once again, while Deutsche Bank Park was a new addition this year. The venue will also host the Indianapolis Colts vs. New England Patriots in Week 10. Those tickets will go on sale next week.
With the NFL becoming more popular overseas, the NFL rumors about Roger Goodell’s expansion dreams could come true sooner, rather than later.