Sporting Events Still To Come In 2019
Who doesn’t love a good sporting event? It gives you an excuse to gather your friends, throw things at the TV and otherwise be an astute armchair referee. You can also place bets on the action, and instead of throwing things at the TV you may well have money thrown your way, just like when you win big playing what Blackjack Online Canada has to offer!
2019 has already been a great year for sports fans, but it is far from over. There are still plenty of exciting events coming up, and regardless of whether you enjoy putting money on them or simply turning them into a social occasion, your calendar should mark the following dates:
August has a wide variety of interesting sporting events. Rowing and athletics offer excellent betting options, and the European Cricket League is the big one to keep your eye on. The League is held from August 30th to the 22nd September and promises some hard hitting, nail biting action. You might also take a look at the much-anticipated United States Tennis Open between 26th and 8th September, or any of the other exciting events held during the month.
25 Aug-1 Sept: Rowing – World Championships, Austria
25 Aug-1 Sept: Judo – World Championships, Tokyo
26 Aug-8 Sept: Tennis – US Open, New York
28 Aug-1 Sept: Cycling – Mountain Bike World Championships, Mont-Sainte-Anne, Canada
29 Aug: Athletics – Diamond League, Zurich, Switzerland
30 Aug-22 Sept: Cricket – European Cricket League
September is as action packed as August. The Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix is finally upon us on the 8th, which is a highlight in the books of many racing fans. Slow things down for the Weightlifting World Championships in Thailand between the 16th and 25th, and buckle up for the Rugby World Cup between the 20th September and 2nd November. Also check out the PGA Championships between the 19th and 22nd for premium Golfing action on the greens.
6 Sept: Athletics – Diamond League, Brussels, Belgium
7-15 Sept: Surfing – World Games, Japan
8 Sept: Formula 1 – Italian Grand Prix, Monza
9-15 Sept: World Para-Swimming World Championships, London, United Kingdom
10 Sept: Football – Euro 2020 qualifying, England vs. Kosovo, Wembley Stadium
16-25 Sept: Weightlifting – World Championships, Pattaya, Thailand
19-22 Sept: Golf – PGA Championship, Wentworth
20 Sept-2 Nov: Rugby Union – World Cup, Japan
21 Sept: Cricket – T20 Blast Finals Day, Edgbaston
21-29 Sept: Cycling – Road World Championships, Yorkshire
22 Sept: Formula 1 – Singapore Grand Prix, Singapore
24-29 Sept: Canoe Slalom – World Championships, Spain
28 Sept-6 Oct: Athletics – World Championships, Doha
For sports fans the last few months of the year will be big ones, with conclusions to the major events all coming to a head. The Super League Rugby Grand Final wraps up the event on the 12th. The Rugby World Cup on the other hand goes through the final stages in two parts. The first is the quarterfinals, which take place between the 19th and the 20th. The semi-finals keep you glued to your seat on the 26th and 27th, however, you’ll have to wait until November to see the tournament reach its conclusion.
4-13 Oct: Gymnastics – Artistic World Championships, Stuttgart
6 Oct: Horse racing – Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe, Longchamp, Paris
12 Oct: Rugby league – Super League Grand Final, Old Trafford
19-20 Oct: Rugby union – World Cup Quarterfinals, Japan
19 Oct: Horse racing – British Champions Day, Ascot
26-27 Oct: Rugby Union – World Cup Semi-Finals, Yokohama
After the Rugby World Cup finally reveals its ultimate champion on the 2nd, you’ll probably be left wondering what else you can occupy your time with. We suggest you turn your attention to the United Kingdom Snooker Championships between the 26th November and 8th December. If Snooker isn’t your cup of tea, we need to point out that the Trampoline Championships are going down between the 28th November and 1st December. Don’t forget the Golf DP World Tour Championships between the 21st and 24th either, if you love this game.
2 Nov: Rugby Union – World Cup final, Yokohama
7-15 Nov: Para-athletics – World Championships, Dubai
8-10 Nov: Cycling – Track Cycling World Cup, Glasgow
9-10 Nov: Tennis – Fed Cup Final
18-24 Nov: Tennis – Davis Cup, Madrid
21-24 Nov: Golf – DP World Tour Championship, Dubai
26 Nov-8 Dec: Snooker – UK Championship, York
28 Nov-1 Dec: Trampoline – World Championships, Japan
The last month of the year is a pretty barren one sporting-wise, but there is one event that offers some excitement while you wait to open your presents. It’s the Presidents Cup, taking place between the 12th and 15th of December.
12-15 Dec: Golf – Presidents Cup, Melbourne
There you have it. That’s a wrap of the big sporting events around the world that you’ve still got to look forward to in 2019. There are an excellent variety of options if you enjoy betting, or if you just prefer watching the action unfold you’re still in for a treat.