‘America’s game’ touches down at Twickenham again this autumn. Grab the best seats in the house by booking hospitality through official provider Keith Prowse

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You might have seen the feature in our last mag. Since then, the buzz around this year’s NFL International Series games has only been building, and now is very definitely the time to be confirming your presence pitch-side.

Twickenham, the state-of-the-art home of English rugby, is hosting two matches in 2017. First, the Los Angeles Rams, who picked up a whole new British fanbase when they came to Twickenham last year, entertain the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday 22 October. Those Rams fans should beware the Cardinals’ wily old offence.

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On Sunday 29 October, the Cleveland Browns – boosted by some marquee signings in April’s Draft – will run headlong into the Minnesota Vikings, who went undefeated for longer than anyone else last season.

For anyone who can’t choose between the two matches, official hospitality provider Keith Prowse is offering a 10% discount if you book packages to both. If, on the other hand, you’re still not totally sure what you’re getting into, check out the Beginner’s Guide they’ve put together. Suffice it to say here that there’ll be lots else to entertain you through the course of the day (trust us, we went last year).

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We’re not just talking about the cheerleaders. Whether you’re a big corporate group or just taking your best client to join a table, anyone with a hospitality pass can look forward to some fine pre- and post-game food, drinks and entertainment.

Sapphire packages (from £330pp) get you into one of the ground’s purpose-built hospitality suites for a buffet lunch, complimentary drinks and premium seats close to the halfway line. Want to meet the cheerleaders and come face to face with an NFL legend? Diamond packages (from £437pp) will put your group in position. There’ll also be live music to entertain them as the crowds clear after the game’s finished. Alternatively, private boxes that can host groups of 10, 12 or 20 go from £479pp.

For more information or to book any of the three options, head here. Whichever you plump for, you can guarantee your guests a world-class introduction to an awe-inspiring sport.