Sport in 2021: Olympics, World Cups and Euros

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Sport in 2021: Olympics, World Cups and Euros

With the start of 2021 comes a feast of sport to look forward to. Coronavirus caused widespread cancellations last year but that means more high-profile sports events are in the diary.

The Olympic Games in Tokyo (23 July-8 August) will be a summer blockbuster, there’s Euro 2020 across European cities in June and a home rugby league World Cup in autumn.

Meanwhile, here at Pitchero, we'll be supporting clubs' return to grassroots sport and have a range of new features lined up.

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As we’ve all got used to, dates below are prone to change but here is a selection of what we know, at the time of writing.

Professional sport can continue during the latest national lockdown in England but grassroots sport is suspended.

Sport in 2021

14-18 January: Cricket - Sri Lanka v England (First Test)
17 January: Basketball - 2021 British Basketball Cup Finals
22-25 January: Football - FA Cup 4th round

6 February: Rugby Union - Six Nations - England v Scotland; Italy v France
7 February: American Football - Super Bowl (Tampa)
11 March: Rugby League - Super League
21 March: Basketball - BBL Trophy final (Glasgow)

8-11 April: Cricket - County Championship
17-18 April: Football - FA Cup semi-finals
25 April: Football - League Cup final (Wembley)

8 May: Football - Scottish Cup final (Hampden Park)
8 May: Football - FA Trophy and FA Vase finals (Wembley)
8 May: Hockey - FIH Pro League (men): Great Britain v India
8 May: Hockey - FIH Pro League (women): Great Britain v China

 

15 May: Football - FA Cup final at Wembley
16 May: Football - Women's Champions League final (Gothenburg)
22 May: Rugby Union - European Champions Cup final (Marseille)
29 May: Football - Champions League final (Istanbul)

4-13 June: Hockey - Men’s EuroHockey Championships (top division)
11 June-11 July: Football - Euro 2020
17 July: Rugby League - Challenge Cup final (Wembley)
16, 18 & 20 July: Cricket - England v Pakistan (T20)

 

24, 31 July & 7 Aug: Rugby Union - South Africa v British and Irish Lions (Tests)
4 Aug-14 Sept: Cricket - England v India (5 Tests)
19-22 August: Golf - Women's British Open (Carnoustie)

18 Sept-16 Oct: Rugby Union - Women's Rugby World Cup (New Zealand)
9 October: Rugby League - Super League Grand Final (Old Trafford)
23 Oct-27 Nov: Rugby League - World Cup (England)

6, 13 & 20 November: Rugby Union - autumn internationals
October & November: Cricket - Men's T20 World Cup (India, dates tbc)
November-January: Cricket - Australia vs England (Men’s Ashes Test Series)

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