Bucs To Play In Germany On Sunday, Nov. 13

April 20th, 2022

If you believe the U.S. Consulate in Germany, then this is official.

The Bucs are on the calendar for their Munich game on Sunday, Nov. 13, per the government Twittering below.

Will it be an early-morning (U.S. time) game as is done with the England NFL games? That’s unclear but certainly likely.

For those wondering, a typical mid-November afternoon in Munich brings a high temperature of 48 degrees.

What’s interesting is the Bucs will have a bye week after that and return for Thanksgiving or Thanksgiving weekend. That’s a late bye, which is usually a good thing. The Rams had the same bye week in 2021.

The NFL is expected to release its full 2022 schedule in about three weeks.


17 Responses to “Bucs To Play In Germany On Sunday, Nov. 13”

  1. Robert Says:

    that sux. I hate when they play over there. long trip

  2. Gbobucsfan Says:

    Whoops! Haha

  3. TBChucky Says:

    Rumored that we’re hosting KC.. We’ve NEVER been the road team overseas.. The fact that we always lose a home game makes me hate that BS.. Not to mention watching waaay early games only for them to suck..

  4. Day1BucsFan Says:

    Would that make us eligible to play Dallas on Thanksgiving? I thought teams returning from Europe got a bye week – but would love to see us that day.

  5. KingLDavid54 Says:

    Great time to sell some TB12 Method after the Oktoberfest indulgences!

  6. Kgh4life Says:

    Three weeks for schedule release? Doesn’t the NFL release the schedule a week before or the same week of the NFL Draft? Changes every other year. –Joe

  7. IrishMist Says:

    If we’re lucky, the game will be cancelled due to radioactive fallout.

  8. Sabotagex Says:

    @IrishMist If the gods will it.

  9. Rod Munch Says:

    Never going to happen, Russia will have all its troops on the Poland border and Germany will be on full war footing. The Bucs will be playing in Tampa that week.

    Go ahead, book it.

    Actually I don’t believe anything above, I’m just making the claim so if by chance it did happen I can point back to this message and show everyone how smart I am. If it doesn’t happen, well, no one will remember it, so it’s a win-win.

  10. SPARKY Says:

    You should of been a sports reporter Rod.

  11. DaBux Says:

    Hopefully it’s the Dead Birds from Atlanta. And also hopefully our players can stay awake to play that dreadful team.

  12. gp Says:

    IrishMist Says:
    April 20th, 2022 at 4:56 pm

    If we’re lucky, the game will be cancelled due to radioactive fallout.

    Chances are, if that game is cancelled for radioactive fallout, so will the rest of the season. And probably many seasons beyond…
    Just sayin.

  13. Bucsfan Says:

    Darlington is a fraud. Tom sr called him at a couple of weeks ago pre maturely saying Brady is retiring. Darlington is out of Brady trust circle. Go look it up March 2 he was on get up and said Brady wasnt coming back. He said Brady was enjoying he retirement with his family. He said maybe in june he will get itch but in my opinion he is done. Google Get up march 2. That same week Schefter on his podcast said Brady is not coming back. Darlington today also said i thinks Brady will play for Dolphins next year. He said where there is smoke their is fire. He is talking out of both sides of his mouth. He is finished with the Brady camp

  14. Mike Johnson Says:

    If you’ve never had an authentic German Beer, you are missing a treat. Their beers are robust and full of flavor. And if one is not careful, your 1st encounter with a German Beer in Germany will knock your tube in the dirt. It did me when I was stationed over there years ago.

  15. gp Says:

    Too bad they don’t do the preseason games in Europe. A late September game in Munich would be much better than November I think.

  16. Jerry Says:

    Count that as an automatic loss. This team is horrible when playing overseas.

  17. Irishmist Says:

    The trick when visiting Germany is to hope for the best, but prepare for the wurst.