The Jets will return to London in 2024, lining up as a visitor against the Minnesota Vikings on Oct. 6 at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. The game will kick off at 2:30pm locally in the United Kingdom and Ireland.

The international contest will mark the Jets’ second game in Tottenham in three years. Also the “road” team at the stadium referred to by some as “New White Hart Lane,” the Jets dropped a 27-20 contest to the Atlanta Falcons in 2021.

On draft weekend, the Jets and the Vikings engaged in a pick-swap that saw the Vikings move up one spot in Round 1 to select Michigan QB J.J. McCarthy while the Jets dropped to No. 11, gaining valuable draft capital and selecting Penn State T Olu Fashanu.

Aaron Rodgers will be expected to make his Jets’ London debut after returning from an Achilles tear he sustained in the 2023 season opener against the Bills. In 29 regular-season games against the Vikings, the former Packers gunslinger owns a 17-11-1 mark while having hit on 68% of his passes for 7,157 yards with 57 TDs and 8 INTs.

The Jets defense could face Sam Darnold across the pond. Darnold, the No. 3 overall selection in the 2018 NFL Draft, or McCarthy will look to get the ball into the hands of Justin Jefferson, who amassed 1,074 yards receiving in just 10 games last season and averaged 15.8 yards a catch. Sauce Gardner, the Jets’ two-time first-team All-Pro, has repeatedly stepped up to all his assignments stateside and will be poised for a marquee international individual matchup.

Garrett Wilson, the only Jet to eclipse 1,000 receiving yards in each of his first two seasons, had a career-high 162 yards receiving in the Jets’ 27-22 loss at Minnesota on Dec. 4, 2022.

This year’s London game will be the sixth game played by the Jets outside the United States. In the regular season, the Jets have won twice on the international stage, both Ws as road teams: by 19-13 over the Bills in Toronto in 2009 before a 27-14 takedown of the Dolphins at Wembley Stadium in 2015.

The Jets are 8-4 all-time vs. the Vikings and 3-3 when designated the road club in the series.

The NFL will feature five international games in 2024 with three designated in London: two at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and a third at Wembley Stadium, where the Jacksonville Jaguars will play a home game as part of a multi-year partnership. The Eagles and Packers will kick off the season Sept. 6 at Corinthians Arena in Sau Paulo Brazil São Paulo, Brazil. The NFL is also returning to Germany for a third consecutive season for a Panthers “home” game at Allianz Arena in Munich.

Since the NFL started playing internationally in 2005, a total of 50 international regular-season games have been staged with London (36), Toronto (6), Mexico City (5), Frankfurt (2) and Munich (1) all playing host to NFL teams.

The Jets full 2024 schedule has also been revealed, with the matchups detailed below along with UK & Ireland timings!