How to watch the NFL Jaguars vs. Falcons game in London

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The NFL returns to London in Week 4 when the Atlanta Falcons take on the Jacksonville Jaguars at Wembley Stadium on Oct. 1 (9:30 a.m. ET, ESPN+). This matchup is the first of five international NFL games being played this season.

Quarterback Trevor Lawrence and the Jaguars are no strangers to playing overseas. This will be the Jaguars' 10th game in London (4-5 record), as they play an annual game with two this season -- the next vs. the Buffalo Bills in Week 5. The Falcons are visiting the U.K. for the third time (1-1 record) and the second time in the past three seasons.

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In addition to the traditional ESPN+ broadcast, an alternative broadcast, "Toy Story Funday Football", will present real-time action between the Falcons and Jaguars experienced in Pixar's "Toy Story" Universe. Fans of all ages can immerse themselves in a fully-animated offering on Disney+, ESPN+ and on mobile with NFL+ when the action of Wembley is recreated simultaneously in Andy's room, one of the movie's most recognizable settings.

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