With 2019 being a huge year for many sports, we take a look at some of the most anticipated sporting fixtures.
1. Horse Racing – Grand national
6th April – 13:00
Kicking off at the beginning of April we have one of horse racings biggest events of the year…The Grand National. This fast paced event is the perfect time to get dressed up and spend a great day watching some of the worlds best jockeys and horses in action as they take on some of the toughest hurdles in horse racing.
Whether you go there for a great day out or place your bets this event is definitely a great way to kick off the year for both you and your clients.
Football – Women’s FA Cup Final
4th May – 17:30 Kickoff
With a record breaking attendance last year for the women’s football for the FA Cup Final will be bigger and better than ever. This exhilarating match will be extremely intense as both teams have come so far to get the recognition they all deserve.
Football – Men’s FA Cup Final
18th May – kickoff TBC
Shortly followed after we have the FA Cup Men’s Final… Again this exhilarating day out is definitely not one to miss if you’re a football fan. Situated at Wembley stadium this will be one of the biggest football matches on the sporting calendar.
Cricket – World Cup England
30th May – 15th June
With the Cricket world cup 2019 very quickly approaching on the 30th May England and Wales are extremely excited to be hosting this years world cup.
This will be the first time since 1999 that we hosted the ICC World Cup.
England V South Africa Start 10:30 30th May
England V Pakistan Start 10:30 3rd June
England V Bangladesh Start 10:30 8th June
England V West Indies Start 10:30 14th June
England V Afghanistan Start 10:30 18th June
England V Sri-Lanka Start 10:30 21st June
England V Australia Start 10:30 25th June
England V India Start 10:30 30th June
England V New Zealand Start 10:30 3rd July
Semi Final Start 10:30 9th July
Semi Final Start 10:30 11th July
Final Start 10:30 14th July
Boxing – Anthony Joshua vs Jarrell Miller
For all you boxing fans this is essential for the calendar as on the 1st June Anthony Joshua will be defending his Heavyweight championship title against Jarrell Miller in Madison Square Gardens.
This fight will be intense as Jarrell is putting his undefeated status on the line so both will be bringing their “A Game” to ensure they come out with that win.
With Anthony Joshua going to the USA to fight Jarrell, is he personally delivering the belt or will he be taking the american stage and planting his name deeper into the history books.
We will have to wait and see.
Cricket – Ashes Test series – England V Australia
1st August – 16th September
Test 1 – Start: 11am – 1st-5th August
Test 2 – Start: 11am – 14th-18th August
Test 3 – Start: 11am – 22nd-26th August
Test 4 – Start 11am – 4th-8th September
Test 5 – Start 11am – 12th-16th September
Tennis – Wimbledon
1st – 14th July
Ladies and Men’s Singles – 1st Round – 1st-2nd July
Ladies and Men’s Singles – 2nd Round – 3rd-4th July
Ladies and Men’s Singles – 3rd Round – 5th-6th July
Ladies and Men’s Singles – 4th Round – 8th July
Ladies Singles Quarter Finals – 9th July
Men’s Singles Quarter Finals – 10th July
Ladies Singles Semi Finals – 11th July
Men’s Singles Semi Finals – 12th July
Ladies Singles Final – 13th July
Men’s Doubles Final – 13th July
Ladies Doubles Final – 13th July
Men’s Singles Final – 14th July
Mixed Doubles final – 14th July
Cycling – Tour De France
6th – 28th July
1st stage – Charleroi – Belgium Distance: 192km 6th July
2nd Stage- Time trials – Brussels Distance: 27km 7th July
3rd Stage- Binche – Epernay Distance: 214km 8th July
4th stage- Reims – Nancy Distance: 215km 9th July
5th stage- Saint Dié des Vosges to Colmar Distance: 169km 10th July
6th stage- Mulhouse – Planche des Belles filles Distance: 157km 11th July
7th stage- Belfort – Châlon sur Saône Distance: 230km 12th July
8th stage- Macon – Saint-Etienne Distance: 199km 13th July
9th stage- Saint-Etienne – Brioude (Auvergne) Distance: 170km 14th July
10th stage- Saint-Flour – Albi Distance: 218km 15th July
– REST DAY –
11th stage- Albi – Toulouse Distance: 167km 17th July
12th stage- Toulouse – Bagnères Distance: 202km 18th July
13th stage- Time trials – Pau Distance: 27km 19th July
14th stage- Tarbes – Col du Tourmalet Distance: 117km 20th July
15th stage- Limoux to Foix Distance: 185km 21st July
– REST DAY –
16th stage- Around Nimes Distance: 177km 23rd July
17th stage- Pont du Gard – Gap Distance: 206km 24th July
18th stage- Embrun – Valloire Distance: 207km 25th July
19th stage- Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne – Tignes Distance: 123km 26th July
20th stage – Albertville – Val-Thorens Distance: 131km 27th July
21st Stage – Rambouillet – Paris Distance: 127km 28th July
Formula 1 – Grand Prix Silverstone
12th – 14th July
Formula 1 Grand Prix at Silverstone this year will we see Hamilton take that first place or will vettel have it again?
Friday 12 July
Formula 1 – Practice 1 – 10:00 – 11:30
Formula 1 – Practice 2 – 14:00 – 15:30
Saturday 13 July
Formula 1 – Practice 3 – 11:00 – 12:00
Formula 1 – Qualifying
Sunday 14 July
Formula 1 – Race Day – 14:10
Golf – The Open @ Royal Portrush
18th – 21st July
The Open is often referred to as The British Open will return again to Royal Portrush where some of the best golfers in the world compete to at the 148th Open. 156 competitors will play 36 holes on 18th-19th. The top 70 players with the lowest hole aggregate will play the further 36 holes over 20th – 21st.
Timings and hours of play are still TBC.
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