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  • It should expand

    It should expand because they could sell a lot more merchandise. They want to make football as big as soccer is in Europe. It will get bigger and there will be a lot more fans of football in Europe. This could help other countries start to have more football all across the world.

  • It should expand

    It should expand because they could sell a lot more merchandise. They want to make football as big as soccer is in Europe. It will get bigger and there will be a lot more fans of football in Europe. This could help other countries start to have more football all across the world.

  • It Should Not Expand

    The NFL should not expand into Europe. It does not need to. It is the most successful sport in the states and manages to make billions of dollars without expanding into other countries. More teams can be a bad thing sometimes. Traveling back and forth from Europe and the states would be rough on teams.

  • NFL to Europe?

    No I do not think the NFL should expand to Europe. When it all boils down, the NFL is American football. Expanding the NFL to Europe will take away the quality of the sport as well as the excitement of the fans & players. Why is that you might ask? Well adding the NFL to Europe will obviously add more games, which can equal more injuries to the players. Not only that but when the NFL wanted to add more games in the past, it caused a lockout because the players wanted more money. Having another lockout can make the players & fans unhappy. It will also make it difficult for some die hard fans who travel around the states to support their team.

    Should the NFL expand to Europe? Absolutely not. If anything the league should maybe add teams to the states in America that do not have football teams. If they are looking to expand to different countries, maybe they should create a different/international league to fulfill those purposes.

  • No, the NFL should not expand to Europe

    One of the most apparent problems for the entire organization is the singular focus on profits. It's crystal clear that this move is all about the money and should be carefully analyzed before it ever happens. If an entirely separate league were to be developed over there, that might make some sense, but if teams overseas were going to be expected to come to the United States to play on a regular schedule and vice versa, we're talking about some serious wear and tear on the players, and that is what should be considered above all.

  • A Move Doomed for Failure: Why the NFL Should Reconsider Expanding to Europe.

    Recently, there have been serious talks in the NFL about expanding the franchise to Europe. In the eyes of many, this seems like a smart move, especially with the success of the sold-out games played at Wembley Stadium. Yet, when one delves deeper in to the decision and looks at it in the long term, there is only one direction the European NFL will go, and that's down. The sport does not have sustainable fans in Europe with soccer already dominating the lives of almost every sports fan. Gaining traction and then keeping ticket sales up, after the impending shock of the game arriving in Europe fades, will be extremely difficult in such a sports competitive market. The smartest thing the NFL could do would be to start a franchise in Los Angeles. The market, fans and money are all there and teams don't have to fly to another country in order to play a game. Keep it simple and stay local.


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