Jacksonville City Council aims to restrict Jaguars’ international games

The Jacksonville Jaguars are known for playing one regular-season home game per year in London. However, as the team considers a stadium renovation deal, there is a possibility that they may only play one overseas home game per year in the future. Some members of the Jacksonville City Council have expressed concerns about the team potentially playing two international home games every four years, particularly if the regular season is expanded to 18 games.

If the council approves the agreement negotiated between the team and Jacksonville mayor Donna Deegan, they will ensure that the Jaguars only play one overseas home game per year. Under this proposed deal, if the regular season is expanded to 18 games, the Jaguars could play two international home games every other year. Currently, there is no limit in the lease agreement regarding the number of home games the Jaguars can play outside of Jacksonville, leading to speculation about their potential relocation.

If the council cannot modify this aspect of the deal, they will have to either approve it or reject it entirely. As of now, the Jaguars play two games per year in London – one as a home team and one as a road team.

By Sophia Gonzalez

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