Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has suggested that Britain will soon have its own NFL team.

When asked whether a UK-based side was a possibility, Jones said: “I think it is going to get done because I see increasing interest and I see the ability to get the fans.

“There is incremental value to increasing the pie there.”

He added: “I think it would be very exciting, and I think that coaches, the players, the management… when I look at moving out of the US, that is a piece of cake.

“The players doing it or the coaches doing it, if you look at what these guys make, is not a hurdle.”

The 71-year-old, whose personal worth is estimated at £2.6billion, revealed that NFL bosses were already looking at ways for the new London team to work – including early afternoon kick-offs at Wembley which would mean breakfast-time TV viewing back home in Texas and on America’s West Coast.

As a test case, Atlanta will play Detroit at 1.30pm in the second Wembley game this season on 26 October.

Jones said: “For me the key thing is how does this work with television, how does it line up with where the market is and we think we have seen that that is very doable. We can play an early game over there and I think it would work.

“We have done that deliberately so that we could get an assessment. When we are in our season do we have in the interest in our fans to look at an early game? And yes, it is there.”

Jones dismissed the idea that facing long trips would tire out the opposition.

He said: “I don’t view that as a major hurdle. Far more of a challenge is to build our fan base.

“As far as these guys, our players are young, jumping on a plane and going for five or six hours, you know we do it from coast to coast here and we have looked at several good ways you could combine some games with the London team coming here and US based teams being able to take proximity with games they have played the week before on the east coast, and then making the trip.”

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