Olympic Games 2020
The 2020 Summer Olympics: This is the first time in history that the Olympic Games have been rescheduled, rather than canceled, since their founding in 1896. The world sporting event, to be held in Tokyo, has now been postponed from July 23 to August 8. 2021, despite retaining its Tokyo 2020 title. It is also the fourth time that the Olympics have been hampered by outside forces – the other three, all canceled, occurred during World Wars I and II.
FIFA Club World Cup 2020 in Qatar: The Club World Cup features the winners of six continental confederations, as well as the league champions of the host country. The 17th edition of the event takes place from February 1 to 11 in Doha. Liverpool were the defending champions, but will not participate, having been eliminated from the 2019-20 UEFA Champions League at the hands of Atletico Madrid.
UEFA Euro 2020: UEFA Euro 2020 – which now takes place from June 11 to July 11, 2021 – is going to be historic for several reasons. Instead of being hosted in one country, it will take place in 12 different cities in 12 different countries, to celebrate its 60th anniversary. It will also be the first UEFA championship to feature the controversial Video Assistant Referee (VAR) technology.
Copa America 2021: Another sporting event postponed due to the pandemic, the 2021 Copa America will take place in Colombia and Argentina, marking the first time since 1983 that it has taken place in more than one country. Brazil are defending champions after their ninth victory in 2019.
UEFA Europa and Champions League finals: The Europa League final will take place on May 26, 2021 in Gdansk, Poland. The Men’s Champions League final is set to be played a few days later, on May 29, 2021 in Istanbul, Turkey, while the title of the Women’s Champions League – the only international competition for European women’s football clubs – will be decided on May 16, 2021 in Gothenburg, Sweden. .
Asian Cup 2020: The 15th edition of the tournament, with matches played as Twenty20 Internationals (T20Is), has been postponed from September 2020 to June 21, 2021, with Sri Lanka Cricket hosting the competition.
T20 World Cup 2021: The 7th ICC Men’s T20 World Cup tournament was originally scheduled to take place in Australia in 2020. However, it has officially been moved to India, where it will take place in October and November.
The FIBA ââEuropean Cup 2020-21: The FIBA ââEurope Cup, now in its 5th year, has been postponed due to Covid-19. It will now run from January 26 to April 25.
Basketball Champions League 2020-21: BCL’s fifth season kicked off in September this year, but is slated to run through May 21, 2021.
FIBA Asian Cup 2021: The 30th Continental Basketball Championship outside Asia has been postponed from 2020 to 2021, now taking place from August 16 to 18. Indonesia host again – the country last hosted in 1993 – while Australia defend their title.
African Basketball League 2021 (BAL): This new joint venture between NBA and FIBA ââ(replacing FIBA ââAfroLeague) was due to have its inaugural season in 2020. It is now postponed to 2021; However, specific dates have yet to be announced due to the pandemic.
EuroLeague Turkish Airlines 2020-21: The previous season was dropped due to travel restrictions imposed by the global pandemic, so the EuroLeague board has announced that the same 18 teams from last season will continue to compete.
EuroLeague Women 2020-21: The 63rd edition of the event will run from December 1 to April 2021. Meanwhile, the EuroCup Women kicked off on December 9 and will end on an undetermined date.
Masters Tournament: The Masters Tournament will open the four major golfing events of the year in 2021, which will start on April 5 and end on April 11.
PGA Championship 2021: This is the 103rd year of the PGA Championship, and this time it takes place May 20-23 in South Carolina with a prize of $ 11 million.
US Open: Coming on both the European Tour and the PGA Tour, the US Open is scheduled to take place June 17-20, with a purse of $ 12,500,000.
The open championship: The British Open – aka the oldest golf tournament in the world, dating. Back to 1860 – will end majors in 2021, July 11-18.
2021 World Baseball Classic (WBC): The United States, which won the title in 2017, return to defend their title in this international tournament, which will take place from March 9 to 23, 2021 in three host countries: Japan, Taiwan and the United States. The tournament has been expanded to include 20 national teams, instead of 16.
2021 Major League Baseball All-Star Game: The 91st All-Star Game of Major League Baseball will see the American League face off against the National League on July 31, 2021 in Atlanta, Georgia.
The 2021 Rugby Union World Cup: This is the 16th edition of the event, which will be held in England from October 23 to November 27. The tournament consists of 16 teams, two more teams than the last two tournaments. They will compete for the title in 31 games in total.
2021 Formula 1 World Championships: Lewis Hamilton is the reigning champion, having won the 2020 World Championship at the 2020 Turkish Grand Prix. As usual, the 2021 season will end at the Yas Marina circuit during the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, scheduled on December 5. Although major regulatory changes are expected for the 2021 championships, these have been suspended in response to the Covid. -19 disturbances.
Royal Ascot: Britain’s most valuable horse race (Â£ 3.68million in 2020), which runs June 15-20, 2021, is heading down an uncertain path. A statement on their official website reads: “Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and the current uncertainty as to when we will be able to welcome spectators at Ascot Racecourse, we are currently not selling no tickets for Royal Ascot 2021 until New Years. “
Dubai World Cup Carnival 2021: Worth around $ 6 million in prize money, the World Cup Carnival will take place over seven race meetings between January and March 2021. This will end with the Dubai World Cup – but not before the reunion. $ 1.7 million Super Saturday race on March 6.
Australian Open and French Open: The Australian Open, the first Grand Slam tennis tournament of the year, will take place from February 8 to 2021. The French Open will follow from May 23 to June 6.
Wimbledon Championships 2021: Wimbledon will take place from June 28 to July 11. However, an update has stated that Wimbledon 2021 will be either a full capacity championship, a reduced capacity championship or a ‘behind closed doors’ championship, depending on the government and the pandemic. The UK is currently experiencing a mutated version of Covid-19. The 2020 Wimbledon Championships have been canceled, marking the first time Wimbledon has been canceled since World War II.
2021 Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championship: The championship, likely to be postponed for a few weeks due to the pandemic, was originally scheduled to start with the WTA tournament on February 14 and end with the ATP final on February 27. Now reports suggest it will take place in March instead, after the new Australian Open dates (February 8-21).
ATP Cup: The second edition of the event will take place with just 12 teams instead of 24, due to Covid-19 restrictions, and the men’s hard court tournament will take place in Melbourne from February 1-5. Serbia won in 2020, beating Spain with 2-1 in the final.