The Miami Dolphins will play the Oakland Raiders in London next season, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell announced Thursday.
The date and time of the game at Wembley Stadium will be announced at a later date.
The Dolphins, who will be the visiting team, will be making their second regular-season visit to the United Kingdom since the International Series began in 2007. It will be Miami’s third regular-season game played outside the United States in the franchise’s 48-year history.
“With our historically strong following internationally, the Dolphins are proud to once again represent the league abroad as one of the six participants of the 2014 International Series,” Dolphins owner Stephen Ross said. “The opportunity to again connect with our many fans overseas and to expose a growing global audience to the sport we all love is something that our entire organization will fully embrace.”
Miami hosted the New York Giants in the inaugural International Series game in front of 81,176 fans at Wembley on Oct. 28, 2007. The Dolphins lost 13-10 in the first regular-season NFL game played in the United Kingdom.
The Dolphins have also played four preseason games overseas.