When the 2020 NFL season finally begins, it will be the first time since 2007 that all of the games will be held within the United States.  The NFL had five games scheduled in London and Mexico City; but due to the Covid-19 global pandemic, NFL Commissioner has ruled that the teams will remain in the U.S. playing all of the games in the stadiums of the host cities.

The Jacksonville Jaguars, the Atlanta Falcons, and the Miami Dolphins were all scheduled to play games in London; while the Arizona Cardinals were to play a game against an as yet un-named team in MIxico City.

The schedule for the 2020 football season is scheduled to be released on May 7 with the season currently set to begin on September 10.

While the NFL fully intends to run the full schedule of games for the 2020 season, they have made plans for contingencies in case of emergencies.

The NFL has made arrangements for a refund policy in case games need to be cancelled or held without fans in the stands.  Fans will be allowed to obtain a full refund for a ticket purchased or apply the ticket price toward the purchase of a future ticket if those tickets were purchased from the organizations.

However, in the case of the secondary markets Ticketmaster and SeatGeek a refund will be available for cancellations of no more than 30 days.  StubHub has said that they will refund ticket prices only where state law requires it.