Berlin in the mix to host NFL game as league eyes future in Germany

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell says Berlin has shown “a lot of interest” in hosting a game as the league plans to extend its agreement to play in Germany beyond 2025. Frankfurt is hosting two games starting Sunday when the Kansas City Chiefs play the Miami Dolphins at Deutsche Bank Park. The first regular-season game was played last year in Munich. That city gets next year's game and likely Frankfurt after that. Goodell says there's been a lot of interest in “Düsseldorf, Berlin" and thinks they’re all possibilities. Goodell didn't say if the league has extended its deal but says the NFL intends to keep playing in Germany. Next week, the New England Patriots face the Indianapolis Colts at Deutsche Bank Park, the home of German soccer club Eintracht Frankfurt.