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What will be the major sporting events of 2023?

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Team sport will occupy a large place on the 2023 sports agenda. Rugby World Cup in France, Handball World Cup in Scandinavia or even the Women’s Football World Cup in Australia, sports lovers will have something to occupy themselves with. throughout the year. Here is the calendar to keep in mind, in chronological order.

January

31 December 2022 to 15 January – Rally-raid: Dakar 2023 in Saudi Arabia

January 11 to 29 – Handball: Men’s World Cup in Poland and Sweden

January 15 – Sailing: Start of The Ocean Race, round-the-world crewed race with stopovers, in Alicante (Spain)

January 16 to 29 – Tennis: Australian Open, in Melbourne

January 23 to 29 – Figure skating: European Championships in Espoo (Finland)

February

February 1 to 11 – Football: Club World Cup in Morocco

February 6 to 19 – Alpine skiing: World Championships in Courchevel and Méribel (France)

February 12 – American football: 57th edition of the Super Bowl in Glendale (Arizona)

February 18 – Athletics: World Cross Country Championships in Bathurst (Australia)

February 19 to March 5 – Freestyle skiing and snowboarding: World Championships in Bakuriani (Georgia)

February 21 to March 5 – Nordic Skiing: World Championships in Planica (Slovenia)

March

March 2 to 5 – Athletics: European Indoor Championships in Istanbul

March 16 – Football: Fifa congress in Kigali, Rwanda, with the election to the presidency at stake

March 20 to 26 – Figure skating: World Championships in Saitama (Japan)

April

April 19 to 23 – Gymnastics: European Championships in Antalya (Turkey)

April 29 – Football: final of the Coupe de France, in Saint-Denis (Stade de France)

May

May 7 to 14 – Judo: World Championships in Doha

May 12 to 28 – Ice Hockey: Men’s World Championship in Finland

May 13 or 14 – Football: final of the Women’s French Cup

May 17 to 22 – Basketball: Women’s League final

20 May – Rugby: Champions Cup final in Dublin

May 28 to June 11 – Tennis: Roland-Garros, in Paris

May 31 – Football: Europa League final, in Budapest (Puskas Arena)

June

June 1 to 18 – Basketball: NBA Finals

June 3 or 4 – Football: Women’s Champions League final, in Eindhoven

June 7 – Football: Europa League Conference final, in Prague

June 10 – Football: Champions League final, in Istanbul (Atatürk Olympic Stadium)

June 10 and 11 – WEC: 24 Hours of Le Mans (France)

June 15 to 25 – Basketball: Women’s Euro in Slovenia and Israel

June 17 – Rugby: Final of the Top 14 in Saint-Denis

June 22 – Basketball: NBA Draft

July

July 1 to 23 – Cycling: Tour de France

July 3 to 16 – Tennis: Wimbledon

July 8 to 17 – Para-athletics: World Championships in Paris

July 14 to 30 – Swimming: World Championships in Fukuoka (Japan)

July 20 to August 20 – Football: Women’s World Cup, Australia and New Zealand

July 22 to 30 – Fencing: World Championships in Milan

July 23 to 30 – Cycling: Women’s Tour de France

August

1st to 12th – Climbing August: World Championships in Bern (Switzerland)

August 3 to 13 – Cycling: World Championships in Glasgow (all disciplines: road, track, mountain bike, BMX)

August 14 to September 3 – Sport shooting: World Championships in Baku

August 15 to September 3 – Volleyball: Women’s Euro in Belgium, Germany, Italy and Estonia

August 19 to 27 – Athletics: World Championships in Budapest

August 21 to 27 – Badminton: World Championships in Copenhagen

August 23 to 27 – Canoe sprint: World Championships in Duisburg (GER)

August 25 to September 10 – Basketball: Men’s World Cup in Indonesia, Japan and the Philippines

August 28 to September 16 – Volleyball: Euro men in Italy, North Macedonia, Bulgaria and Israel

September

September 3 to 10 – Rowing: World Championships in Belgrade

September 7 to 15 – Surfing: Championship Tour Finals in Lower Tresles (United States)

September 8 to October 28 – Rugby: Men’s World Cup 2023, in France

September 19 to 24 – Canoe slalom: World Championships in Lee Valley (ENG)

September 29 to October 8 – Gymnastics: World Championships in Antwerp (Belgium)

September 30 to October 1 – Athletics: Road Race World Championships in Riga

October

October 28 – Rugby: Final of the 2023 Men’s World Cup

October 30 to November 5 – Tennis: Paris Masters 1000

November

Dates and place to be determined – Tennis: WTA Masters

Dates and place to be determined – Tennis: final phase of the Billie Jean King Cup

November 2 to 5 – Judo: European Championships in Montpellier

November 12 to 19 – Tennis: ATP Masters, in Turin (Italy)

November 30 to December 17 – Handball: Women’s World Cup in Denmark, Norway and Sweden

December

Date to be determined – Football: draw for the final phase of Euro 2024 in Hamburg

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