Raiders road opponents to play in London and Germany in 2023

It’s been a few years now since the Raiders last played an international game. The last time was 2019 when they were still in Oakland.

Back then the Raiders would regularly play one of their home games either in London or Mexico; something that has not happened since moving into Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.

It may be a couple years at least before the Raiders are again asked to host a playoff game overseas. But they are very much in play as a visiting team.

Today the NFL announced five teams that will be the host squad overseas.

Buffalo Bills — London (Tottenham Hotspur)
Tennessee Titans — London (Tottenham Hotspur)
Jacksonville Jaguars — London (Wembley)
Kansas City Chiefs — Germany (TBD)
New England Patriots — Germany (TBD)

The opponents for these teams has not yet been announced.

The Raiders will face both the Bills and Chiefs on the road this season, which means it’s possible the Raiders could be headed to either London or Germany this season.

If it was the Bills, it would be a return trip to Tottenham Hotspur as the Raiders played in the first ever NFL game at the stadium in 2019.

As unwise as it would seem to take a Raiders game away from Arrowhead, if the league decided to do it, it could be the second ever NFL game played in Germany after the Seahawks faced the Patriots in Munich last season.

Story originally appeared on Raiders Wire