2019 Sports and Events Calendar

2019 world cup, sports and other events

What can we look forward to in 2019? Not only is it an odd year which means neither Olympics or FIFA World Cup, there are major changes ahead politically, for good or for bad, who knows? But what is certain is that there is a full card of sporting events to keep everyone on their toes for the next twelve months including other World Cups. This year brings us to end of the first two decades of what some of us still refer to as the new century.

There are a number of key dates that should go in your diary: from 30 May, the World Cup Cricket will take place in England. For those who love the sound of leather on willow, it continues for two whole months followed by the Ashes between Australia and England.

Liverpool hosts the Netball World Cup in July and the women’s FA Cup final is in May. Towards the end of the year, the Rugby Union World Cup will be held in Japan and November see the Para-athletics World Championships in Dubai. Then it’s Christmas.

Month-by-month Sports Calendar

13-20: Snooker – Masters , London
13: Netball – Quad Series, Echo Arena Liverpool
14-27: Tennis – Australian Open, Melbourne
17: Basketball – NBA London Game
21-1 Feb: Para-alpine skiing , Slovenia and Italy
23-27: Cricket – West Indies v England, First Test, Barbados
25: Hockey – FIH Pro League, Spain
27: Basketball Cup finals , Birmingham

31 Jan-4 Feb: Cricket – West Indies v England , Second Test, Antigua
1: Rugby union, Six Nations and Women’s Six Nations
3: American football, Super Bowl 53, Atlanta, Georgia
5-17: Skiing World Championships, Sweden
16: Athletics – Indoor Grand Prix, Birmingham
23: Football, Women’s League Cup final
23 Squash World Championships, Chicago
25 Winter sports World Championships, Canada

3-10: Wheelchair curling, World Championship, Stirling
6-10: Badminton – All England Open Birmingham
8-10: Short track speed skating World Championships, Bulgaria
12-15: Horse racing, Cheltenham Festival
14-17: Para-cycling World Championships, Netherlands
16: Rugby union, Six Nations final weekend
16-24: Curling Women’s World Championship, Denmark
17: Formula 1, Season starts
19: Basketball, BBL Trophy final, Glasgow
22: Football Euro 2020 qualifying, England v Czech Republic, Wembley
25: Football Euro 2020 qualifying, Montenegro v England
30: Athletics World Cross-Country, Denmark

5-8: Cricket opening round, County Championship matches
6: Horse racing Grand National, Aintree
6-7: Football – FA Cup semi-finals, Wembley Stadium
7: Rowing – Boat Races, London
11-14: Golf – The Masters, Augusta
13: Boxing – Anthony Joshua, Wembley Stadium
14: Formula 1 – Chinese Grand Prix, Shanghai
16-21: Swimming – British Championships, Glasgow
20 Apr-6 May: Snooker – World Championship , Sheffield
21-28: Table tennis – World Championships, Hungary
28: Athletics, London Marathon

1: Football – Champions League semi-finals
2: Football – Europa League semi-finals
2-5: Cycling, Tour de Yorkshire
4: Football – Women’s FA Cup final, Wembley Stadium
15-19: Taekwondo – World Championships, Manchester
17-19: Diving – London World Series
18: Football – FA Cup final, Wembley Stadium
18: Football Women’s Champions League final, Budapest
25 May-7 June: Motorsport Isle of Man TT
26 May-9 June: Tennis – French Open, Paris
29: Football – Europa League final, Azerbaijan
30 May-15 July Cricket World Cup in England
30 May-2 June: Golf – US Women’s Open, South Carolina

1: Football – Champions League final, Spain
1: Rugby union – Premiership final, Twickenham
1-5: Equestrian Badminton Horse Trials
7 Jun-7 July: Football Women’s World Cup France
10-15: Cycling – Women’s Tour of Britain
14-16: Canoe slalom – World Cup series, London
15 June-13 July: Football – Africa Cup of Nations
15-16: Motorsport – Le Mans 24 Hours, France
17-23: Tennis – Queen’s Club Championships, London
20-23: Golf – Women’s PGA Championship, Hazeltine
23-30: Tennis Eastbourne International

1-14: Tennis Wimbledon
6-28: Cycling , Tour de France
7: Football – Women’s World Cup final, France
12-14: Formula 1 – British Grand Prix, Silverstone
14: Cricket – World Cup final, Lord’s
18-21: Golf – The Open, Royal Portrush
21: Netball – World Cup final

1-4: Golf – Women’s British Open, Woburn
1-5: Cricket – England v Australia Ashes Test Edgbaston
10: Football Premier League season starts
14: Football – Uefa Super Cup, Istanbul
25 Aug-1 Sept: Rowing – World Championships, Austria
25 Aug-1 Sept: Judo – World Championships Tokyo
26 Aug-9 Sept: Tennis – US Open New York

1: Cricket – Super League Finals Day Hove
7-15: Surfing – World Games Japan
8-15: Cycling – Tour of Britain
10: Football – Euro 2020 England v Kosovo, Wembley
13-15: Golf – Solheim Cup, Gleneagles
20 Sept-2 Nov: Rugby union – World Cup, Japan
21: Cricket – T20 Blast Finals Day, Edgbaston

4-13: Gymnastics – Artistic World Championships Stuttgart
6: Horse racing – Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe Paris

2: Rugby union – World Cup final, Yokohama
7-15: Para-athletics – World Championships, Dubai

12-15: Golf – Presidents Cup, Melbourne

Month-by-month Non-Sports Key Dates

It looks like the weekend of 30th-31st March is destined to be an all-change weekend with tensions rising due to the clash of the clocks going forward and the risk of being late for Mother’s day lunch!

  • 25th January, Burns Night
  • 14th February, Valentines Day
  • 1st March, St Davids Day
  • 5th March, Pancake Day
  • 17th March, St Patricks Day
  • 29th March, Brexit Day
  • 31st March, Mothers’ Day and BST begins
  • 21st April, Easter Sunday
  • 6th May, First day of Ramadam
  • 4th June, Eid el fitr
  • 16th June, Fathers’ Day
  • 26th August, Late Summer Bank Holiday
  • 27th October, British Summer Time ends
  • 1st November, Start preparations for Christmas 2019

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Published Date: 9th January 2019
Category: Blog, Catering Business, News

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