Patriots QB Tom Brady hopes to play National Football League game in China

Cesar Mills
June 20, 2017

It was not all work for Brady as he toured the country.

Tom Brady is in Asia as part of a promotional tour with Under Armour, and if the quarterback has his way, he would return for a National Football League game in the future. Brady will visit Japan to continue to promote his performance-enhancing pyjamas.

"We had an opportunity, I think, 10 years ago and my team was going to play here", Brady said, according to Boston.com.

The New England Patriots were scheduled to face the Seattle Seahawks in a 2007 preseason game in China, but the game was ultimately canceled.

But China is a huge market, so Brady's idea isn't outlandish, especially with the league making a strong effort in recent years to appeal to an global audience.

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Five-time Super Bowl victor Tom Brady hopes to one day play an American football game in China, he said on Sunday, on a visit aimed at promoting the sport in a huge potential market.

Brady, a four-time Super Bowl Most Valuable Player, rallied his Patriots to a stunning comeback victory over the Atlanta Falcons in February to win Super Bowl 51.

The NFL has played exhibition or regular-season games in nine different countries, but China isn't one of them. "The tour will be rewarding for me as I experience Shanghai, Beijing and Tokyo".

The sport lags behind soccer and basketball in China, but the National Football League is pushing tie-ups with more than a dozen platforms on regular television and online to help reach viewers.

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