The NFL has formed a broadcast agreement which sees the sport mark its return to TV2 for Danish fans.

Previously on Viaplay, TV 2 PLAY will show all the NFL fixtures following TV 2’s acquisition of the rights.

The deal kicks off as the NFL season begins on 9 September with the showdown between the Buffalo Bills and the defending Super Bowl champions the Los Angeles Rams.

The NFL’s Director of International Business Development and Media, Laura Louisy, said:“The NFL is pleased to announce this new agreement, which begins with the upcoming season kickoff next Friday and culminates with the Super Bowl. 

“The agreement means that our games will reach a wide audience across TV 2’s selection of channels and platforms – and make sure to give our fans throughout Denmark access to the best NFL action in the coming years.”

TV 2 SPORT and TV 2 PLAY will broadcast seven games a week from the regular season. 

The pair have also outlined that on Sunday evening, two matches will be broadcasted with the match starting at 19:00 and another two matches at 22:00. 

In addition, there will be night box football on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. In the playoffs, all games will be shown and the Super Bowl will be broadcast on TV 2’s main channel.

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