NFL 2022/23: Week three scores, game week four fixtures, London fixtures, Super Bowl LVII and more

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Sporting fans across the globe are getting excited about the 2022/23 NFL season and we can reveal key dates and let you know which games will be played in London.

American Football provided fans with a lot of joy in the 2021/22 season, and we were treated to a great Super Bowl when Los Angeles Rams beat Cincinnati Bengals 23-20.

Hopefully Super Bowl LVII 2023 will be as close an affair and as dramatic as the one in 2022.

An NFL season has 272 games as each of the NFL’s 32 teams plays 17 games during 18 weeks. They have one week off.

Here is everything you need to know about the NFL 2022/23 Schedule:

When does the NFL 2022/23 Season Start?

The new NFL season will begin on Thursday 8th September 2022 (Friday 9th September 2022 for those in the UK).

Andrew Whitworth #77 of the Los Angeles Rams raises the Vince Lombardi trophy during the Los Angeles Rams Super Bowl LVI victory parade on February 16, 2022 in Los Angeles, California

Super Bowl LVII 2023 Date

The 2022/23 Super Bowl (LVII) will be played on Sunday 12th February 2023. Last year, Snoop Dogg, Mary J Blige, Kendrick Lamar and Eminem sang at the halftime show.

The Super Bowl LVI logo is seen during Super Bowl LVI between the Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals at SoFi Stadium on February 13, 2022 in Inglewood, California

Week Three Results and Scores

Here are all the results from a thrilling game week one in which there were some big surprises and huge wins.

  • Lions 24-28 Vikings
  • Ravens 37-26 Patriots
  • Bengals 27-12 Jets
  • Raiders 22-24 Titans
  • Eagles 24-8 Commanders
  • Jaguars 38-10 Chargers
  • Rams 20-12 Cardinals
  • Falcons 27-23 Seahawks
  • Packers 14-12 Buccaneers
  • 49ers 10-11 Broncos
  • Steelers 17-29 Browns
  • Saints 14-22 Panthers
  • Texans 20-23 Bears
  • Chiefs 17-20 Colts
  • Bills 19-21 Dolphins

NFL 2022/23 Game Week Four Fixtures

Friday 30th September

  • Dolphins @ Bengals

Sunday 2nd October

  • Vikings @ Saints
  • Browns @ Falcons
  • Bills @ Ravens
  • Commanders @ Cowboys
  • Seahawks @ Lions
  • Chargers @ Texans
  • Titans @ Colts
  • Bears @ Giants
  • Jaguars @ Eagles
  • Jets @ Steelers
  • Cardinals @ Panthers
  • Patriots @ Packers
  • Broncos @ Raiders

Monday 3rd October

  • Chiefs @ Buccanneers

Tuesday 4th October

  • Rams @ 49ers

NFL 2022/23 London Fixtures

Every year, fans of American Football in England are treated to a weekend of NFL fixtures. These fixtures are typically played at either Wembley Stadium in London or the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in North London.

Here are the dates for the NFL 2022/23 London Fixtures:

  • Minnesota Vikings vs New Orleans Saints @ Tottenham Hotspur Stadium: Sunday 2nd October 2022, 2:30pm BST (9.30am ET)
  • New York Giants vs Green Bay Packers @ Tottenham Hotspur Stadium: Sunday 9th October 2022, 2:30pm BST (9.30am ET)
  • Denver Broncos vs Jacksonville Jaguars @ Wembley Stadium: Sunday 30th October 2022, 1:30pm BST (9.30am ET)
A general view during the NFL match between the Miami Dolphins and Jacksonville Jaguars at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on October 17, 2021 in London, England.

What’s the first game of the 2022/23 NFL Season?

The game will follow tradition as the 2021/22 Super Bowl winners Los Angeles Rams will host. They are facing the Buffalo Bills.

How to watch NFL in the UK

There is huge news regarding how to watch the NFL in the UK as it was announced that the British TV channel ITV now has the rights to televise the sport.

They have revealed that it is a three-year partnership and this is great news because ITV is free-to-air. Laura Woods will be a part of the presenting team. This season, they will show three live matches. Aside from these matches, you can watch the NFL on Sky Sports.

You can watch ITV on TV or you can live stream it on your laptops or computers via the ITV Hub. For Sky Sports matches, fans will need to subscribe to the service. The NFL on ITV will most likely be on ITV One or ITV Two. We will update this page when the TV channel is confirmed.

No doubt the new NFL season will treat us to a lot of great twists and turns over the six months that the sport is active, and hundreds of thousands, if not millions of fans will be watching the matches live on TV or at the stadiums.

A lot of teams will be believing that they can win the Super Bowl and it will be very interesting to see who makes it to the big event.

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