Giants News: NY reportedly headed to Germany this fall for Panthers game

The G-Men appeared to be headed to the Allianz Arena
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Is it time for you to learn some conversational German phrases? You know what, we think that's going to have to be the case. That's because the NY Giants are headed to Europe this fall for a showdown against Carolina.

According to Mundo NFL's Ruben Vargas, the G-Men indeed will be taking on the Panthers at the Allianz Arena this season. A set date is yet to be reported, but we knew for sure that Carolina would be in Germany this campaign - we now know thanks to Vargas that it will be Brian Daboll's men who will be taking them on.

The NY Giants and Carolina Panthers will face off in Germany this season

The Giants are no strangers to playing overseas, with their last game across the pond being the one in 2022 against Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers. In that game, the NFC North side was a strong favorite, but Daniel Jones and Co. were able to post a memorable upset at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

This time around, the Giants and Panthers will be going to battle at the Allianz Arena, home of FC Bayern. FC Bayern is fresh off a heartbreaking loss to Real Madrid in the Champions League semifinals. What better way to get fans over that loss than to have the news break that the Giants and Panthers will be ready to put on a show for them.

This will be a special game for Brian Burns too, as it will be his first contest against his former team. While with the Panthers, Burns became one of the best pass-rushers in the game, leading to the blockbuster offseason trade to New York.

Kayvon Thibodeaux is fired up to get to work with Burns and the two will undoubtedly look to have the German fans off their feet from start to finish in the game vs. Carolina. Again, we're still waiting for which week this game will be played, but we'll update this article as soon as that information is made available.