The most exciting upcoming sporting events of 2022
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The past few years have been difficult for athletes and sports fans. Travel and gathering restrictions had taken attendance at sporting events with a mass of fans completely off the table, but luckily for us, they’re finally back! Fans and sportspeople can finally return to their usual schedules in terms of attending and attending the sporting events they love. your favorite online sports betting probably has all the information about the most immediate upcoming events loaded so you can bet on the outcome. Nonetheless, we’ve put together a list of the most exciting upcoming sporting events of the whole year so you can plan ahead. Read on for the details.
July and August
Summer is normally the slowest part of the sporting year, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t big budget events. However, Wimbledon starts on June 27e until July 10e and the following week we stay in the UK. The Open Championship will be held in St. Andrews, the birthplace of golf, from July 14.e through the 17e.
July 19e it’s the Major League Baseball All-Star Game and it begins the official start of the playoff race. August 4e begins the NFL pre-season with the annual Hall Of Fame game – Las Vegas Raiders vs Jacksonville Jaguars.
European football kicks off in August as the Premier League season kicks off on the weekend of August 5/6/7. It’s a week earlier than the start of the 2021/22 campaign, meaning teams will have an 11-week break between seasons
College football kicks off at the end of the month is the start in August as well as the US Open tennis tournament and extends through the first weekend of September.
The full college football season begins the first weekend in September, and the National Football League begins its season a week later.
Rugby World Sevens, September 9-11.
Although rugby is not currently a massive draw in the United States, for many countries around the world any form of rugby event is something absolutely unmissable. The International Rugby Board organizes and hosts the Sevens (a tournament played by, as the name suggests, seven international teams) every four years. The title attributed to the cup awarded to the winners, the Melrose Cup, comes from the city where the first even tournament took place: Melrose in Scotland. Since 1993, this tournament has dominated the calendar of rugby fans around the world, and in 2009 women’s teams finally had the chance to start participating. Although the tournament schedule has changed a few times since its inception, fans are excited to finally see it again this year.
Track World Championships, October 12 to October 16.
The Union Cycliste Internationale organizes once a year the World Championships on track for cyclists. The various disciplines under the umbrella of cycling all come together for competition; the keirin, individual pursuit, time trial, points race, sprint, team sprint, madison team pursuit and omnium races which are all for male and family competitors. These championships have been held every year since 1983 and were initially reserved for amateur cyclists. In 1893, the competition split into professional and amateur competitions, which continued until 1993. Since then, both classes of riders have competed together in open format races.
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Football World Cup, from November 21 to December 18.
The FIFA World Cup has the honor of being the most watched sporting event in the world. Every year over thirty billion football fans tune in to watch the handsome player on some of the best pitches there is. Of course, we all know that thirty billion people is an impossible amount since the world population is only 7.9 billion, so let’s explain. Fans who log in to watch more than one match are counted individually and referred to as “cumulative viewership”. The 2022 tournament will take place in Qatar.
Make sure you mark these events down on your calendar. Either you come or you’re worth nothing!