The Miami Dolphins have revealed that they are "proud" to be representing the NFL abroad by being one of the six teams who will play at Wembley next season.
The Dolphins, who played at Wembley in the 2007 season, said that they were happy to give the opportunity for overseas fans to support their team.
"With our historically strong following internationally, the Dolphins are proud to once again represent the league abroad as one of the six participants of the 2014 International Series," the club's managing general partner Stephen Ross said in a statement.
"The opportunity to again connect with our many fans overseas and to expose a growing global audience to the sport we all love is something that our entire organisation will fully embrace."
The matches that will take place next season were announced earlier on Thursday by NFL UK.