It’s official: The NFL is getting married in Florence this week.
The league has confirmed the event, which is being held at the Venetian Hotel in the Italian city.
The NFL has not officially announced a date, but the NFL announced on Tuesday that the wedding will be held in the first week of December, after the holidays.
“We’re very proud to announce the official start of the NFL in Florence,” said John Mara, the NFL’s executive vice president of communications and public affairs.
“It’s the perfect opportunity for our players to enjoy the best of the city.
It’s also a celebration of the many incredible benefits the city has to offer.”
The NFL announced that it would host a celebration on Jan. 20, and Mara said that the league would continue to expand its partnership with the city, including a plan to extend a free concert series to coincide with the celebration.
“The NFL is proud to continue its long-standing relationship with Florence, and we are excited to celebrate our partnership with its government and community through our new event,” Mara said.
“We will continue to invest in the city and to work with our players and community to create an unforgettable celebration for them and their families.
We look forward to welcoming the entire NFL family to Florence.”
The wedding is being hosted by the Italian Cultural Association, which has hosted the first-ever wedding in the country, in 2009.
The event has been held at Italian hotels around the country.
The NFL also announced on Monday that the team would host two events in Florence for its annual game between the Atlanta Falcons and the New York Giants on Dec. 31.
Mara said the teams planned to play at the Ponte Vincenzo stadium, but Mara said no date had been set.
“It will be great for the city,” Mara added.
The league has been in Florence since 2009, when the team played in its home stadium, the Rose Bowl. “
For those who don’t want to travel, we’re also going to offer free tickets to the Falcons-Giants game, and that’s another fantastic way to celebrate a game between two of our great cities.”
The league has been in Florence since 2009, when the team played in its home stadium, the Rose Bowl.
Mara has said the league will hold its next game in the iconic Italian city this season, with the new venue expected to be ready for the 2020 season.