New NFL Team Locations:
National Football Conference (NFC):
American Football Conference (AFC):
- "#" means that both teams in Los Angeles will move into & share the Los Angeles Stadium at Hollywood Park (80,000) in Inglewood, CA by the 2021 NFL season.
- "^" means that Oakland Raiders will move into the new football stadium (65,000) in Las Vegas, NV by the 2020 NFL season.
- Arizona Cardinals vs. Minnesota Vikings^^^ (will be replaced once the Raiders move to Las Vegas)
- Oakland Raiders vs. San Francisco 49ers*** (will be replaced once the Raiders move to Las Vegas)
- “*” means that the Jacksonville Jaguars could become the London Jaguars & sharing Northumberland Development Project (62,062) with Tottenham Hotspur FC by the 2023 NFL season, given the great attendance figures for the NFL International Series over the past couple of years so far:
- The scheduling format will be similar to the Toronto Wolfpack’s, where the franchise will rotate between playing in England & Jacksonville every 5 weeks (with the 2 preseason & first 3 regular-season games being in Jacksonville). Through a sponsorship deal, the Jaguars will cover the travel and accommodation cost for all of the away teams.
- The other NFL teams can play their games against the other teams during their stay in Europe in the following stadiums:
- Wembley Stadium (86,000) in London, England.
- Twickenham Stadium (82,000) in London, England.
- Northumberland Development Project (62,062) in London, England.
- Croke Park (82,300) in Dublin, Ireland.
- Aviva Stadium (49,000) in Dublin, Ireland.
- Millennium Stadium (74,500) in Cardiff, Wales
- Murrayfield Stadium (67,144) in Edinburgh, Scotland
- Divisional Changes:
- The Baltimore Ravens were moved to the AFC East to replace the Miami Dolphins because they are closer to the AFC East teams than the Miami Dolphins.
- The Miami Dolphins were moved to the AFC South to replace the Indianapolis Colts because they are closer to the AFC South teams than the Indianapolis Colts.
- The Indianapolis Colts were moved to the AFC North to replace the Baltimore Ravens because they are located in the Midwest & nowhere near the other teams in the AFC South.
- The Carolina Panthers were moved to the NFC East to replace the Dallas Cowboys because they are closer to the NFC East teams than the Dallas Cowboys.
- The Dallas Cowboys were moved to the NFC South because it makes no sense to have a team in the American Southwest in a division with teams primarily concentrated in the Northeast.