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The Jaguars and the first of their fans showed up in England on Tuesday.
Sunday's matchup of San Francisco and Jacksonville will be the second NFL game of the 2013 season to be played at Wembley Stadium. There will be three London games in 2014 and 2015 -- and the Jaguars will play a home game there each year.
The London Eye was one of the must-see (ride) stops for most tourist to the capital of the UK.
While the tourists were playing, the Jaguars' players practiced at the Pennyhill Park Hotel and Spa in Bagshot, England.
Chad Henne throws a ball during Wednesday's practice. The team announced he would be the starting quarterback on Sunday.
Over at Craven Cottage -- the pitch where Shad Khan's Fulham Football Club plays its home games in London, the Jaguars' owner explained to Sam Kouvaris that it's all part of his bigger business plan.
Hundreds of devoted Jacksonville Jaguar fans made the trip and were showing their team spirit.