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2024 Summer Sporting Events

2024 is another great year for sporting fans with lots of brilliant events being hosted across the world and broadcast on the TV. If you want to keep track of some of the most important dates in the sporting calendar this summer, then look no further!


England Women v Pakistan Women Twenty20 series (11th May - 19th May)

Get ready to witness some thrilling cricket action! The fixtures are set to take place at three iconic venues - Edgbaston, Northampton, and Headingley. Don't miss out on the opportunity to witness some nail-biting moments - the perfect way to kick off the summer season!

Women’s Champions League final (25th May)

The San Mamés stadium in Bilbao is set to host the most prestigious women's club football event in Europe, an event that promises to be a thrilling showcase of talent and skill.


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Men’s Champions League final (1st June)

Mark your calendars for Saturday 1st June, when the ultimate stage of the 2023/24 UEFA Champions League season will come to a thrilling conclusion at the prestigious Wembley Stadium in London. Be there to witness the crowning of the best of the best on one of the most iconic stages in football history.

Men’s Twenty20 World Cup (4th June - 30th June)

For the first time in history, the United States of America hosts a cricket World Cup and they do so alongside the West Indies. This move is designed to extend the game beyond its traditional border and is an excellent opportunity to showcase the sport to new audiences. With 20 teams involved, this year's World Cup promises to be bigger and more exciting than ever before. Don't miss out on the chance to witness history in the making.

Euro 2024 (14th June - 14th July)

Get ready for an exciting football tournament in Germany! For the first time since 2006, the country is hosting a major men's football event. With an open field of competitors, the championship is up for grabs at Berlin's Olympic Stadium on July 14th. England is a team to watch, and they have a great chance of taking home the title. Don't miss the action-packed matches of this thrilling tournament!

Royal Ascot (18th June - 22nd June)

Royal Ascot features a variety of horse races including the Gold Cup, St James' Palace Stakes, and the Golden Jubilee Stakes with Ladies Day taking place on the 20th which doubles as a major fashion event.

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Wimbledon (1st July - 14th July)

The 2024 championships are just around the corner, set to take place from Monday 1st July to Sunday 14th July on the iconic grass courts in south-west London. You won't want to miss the crowning of the champions on the weekend of 13/14th July, with such high stakes and top-notch competition, this event is sure to be an unforgettable experience.

England Men v West Indies Men Test Series (10th July - 30th July)

England’s return to red-ball on home soil for the first time since the Ashes in the summer of 2020. After facing the West Indies, England plays three Tests against Sri Lanka, at Old Trafford, Lord’s and the Oval - guaranteed to be an exhilarating showcase of talent and skill.

The Open (18th July - 21th July)

The Open returns to Royal Troon Golf Club on Scotland's Ayrshire Coast in 2024, marking its 152nd year and 10th time hosted by the club. Don't miss the opportunity to witness one of the most prestigious golf tournaments in the world and see top golfers compete in a stunning coastal location.

Olympics (26th July - 11th August)

The first Olympics to be held in Europe since London 2012, it is set to get off to a spectacular start with the opening ceremony due to be held on the River Seine on 26th July. With the introduction of breakdancing and skateboarding added to the extensive list of sports, it's guaranteed to be a spectacular display of skill.


Paralympics (28th August - 8th September)

The Paris Paralympics are set to be an incredible showcase of athletic ability, with an impressive 22 sports on the roster. Over 4,400 highly skilled athletes from around the world will come together for 11 days of competition, making this an event that simply cannot be missed by sports fans.



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