- The English Premier League can learn a lot from the NFL.
- According to fans, the EPL should put on more of a show at games and let supporters drink in the stands.
- “It’s just such fun,” Chris, a Jaguars and Manchester United fan, said of the NFL London Games.
LONDON – This year’s slate of the NFL London Games came to a close on Sunday as the Denver Broncos beat the Jacksonville Jaguars at Wembley Stadium.
A record 86,215 fans – the biggest ever for an NFL game in London – crammed into soccer’s most iconic stadium to watch the match, which finished 21-17 to the Broncos courtesy of late touchdown pass by Russell Wilson to Latavius Murray.
Insider was in London for the event, where it spoke to a number of fans about the day and what they think British sports, more specifically the English Premier League, can learn from it.
Here’s what they had to say.