Tennis fans from all over the world who are planning to visit London to watch the ATP World Tour Finals will also get a chance to watch high-octane American football matches via the NFL International Series 2013.
Four top NFL teams have signed up to play in the British capital for the two International Series games that will take place at Wembley Stadium. The first match features Pittsburgh Steelers playing against Minnesota Vikings on September 29. On October 27, the San Francisco 49ers will face off against Jacksonville Jaguars.
This is a perfect time for tennis and football fans alike to plan out at least a month-long vacation in London to catch all the big sporting events scheduled in the latter part of the year. This is also the best time to rise to the occasion and have some fun doing online football betting and win amazing cash prizes in process. Getting additional money is not so bad at all considering that it will buy more time to stay at this fantastic city.
On a different note, the ATP World Tour Finals takes place at The O2 in London from November 4 to 11, 2013. To date, only Spain’s Rafael Nadal has been confirmed to have qualified for this prestigious ATP Masters 1500 event. There are still three months worth of tournaments left and it is expected that top-ranked Novak Djokovic, Wimbledon champion Andy Murray, Roland Garros finalist David Ferrer and Swiss superstar Roger Federer will make the cut of the top eight singles players competing for the lion’s share of more than $5 million in prize money.
The NFL International Series, which made its debut in 2005, has been staged at the famous Wembley Stadium since 2007 and it has been confirmed that the British city will continue hosting the event until 2016 with the high possibility of extending these series in another venue in London afterwards. One of the main reasons of staging these important matches abroad is to entice a larger fan base of the sport, which is predominantly the top sport in the United States and another is that there are talks that London can potentially come up with a new NFL franchise.