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2023: A Year in Sports – Highlights of the most important upcoming shows.

2023: A Year in Sports – Highlights of the most important upcoming shows.

2023 looks to be a bumper year for British sports fans. From exciting horse racing action at Aintree Racecourse to high-stakes tennis battles at Wimbledon, 2023 is shaping up to be a sports year for the books.

January 2023:

January saw the football Premier League kick off once again, where 20 top English teams battle it out to win the double round- robin football competition. The football FA Cup also resumed in January, with 124 teams competing to reach the final in June at Wembley Stadium. The 12th season of the football FA Women’s Super League also returned, with twelve clubs competing for the prize money of £25,000.

February 2023:

The football Carabao Cup final will take place at Wembley Stadium in February, where the two finalists will compete for the title. The excitement continues with the Guinness Six Nations rugby tournament, where fans can watch their favourite teams battle it out at Twickenham Stadium in London, Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Murrayfield Stadium in Scotland, and Aviva Stadium in Ireland. The 2023 rugby Betfred Super League season kicks off in February as well, with Warrington Wolves hosting Leeds Rhinos. Featuring the national teams of Brazil, Canada, Japan, and the United States, the 2023 women’s football SheBelieves Cup runs from February 16th to February 22nd, 2023.

March 2023:

Horse racing fans can also look forward to the Festival at Cheltenham Racecourse in March.

April 2023:

April is another exciting month sports-wise, with the Randox Grand National Festival, the most famous steeple chase in the world, at Aintree Racecourse in Liverpool, and the Cazoo World Snooker Championship at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield. Fans of running will want to watch the London Marathon on the 23rd of April. The football FA Cup Semi-Final will also be held at Wembley Stadium in April.

May 2023:

If you’re a rugby or horse racing fan, be sure to watch the Army vs. Navy Rugby match taking place at Twickenham Stadium and the Dante Festival at York Racecourse.

June 2023:

June sees the football FA Cup Final at Wembley Stadium, the tennis Cinch Championships (Queen’s Club Championships) at Queen’s Club in London, and the horseracing Royal Ascot at Ascot Racecourse. Cricket fans can look forward to the England vs. Ireland Test Match at Lord’s Cricket Ground, the Ashes Series between England and Australia, and the Cazoo Epsom Derby Festival at Epsom Racecourse.

July 2023:

July is all about tennis and motorsport, with Wimbledon taking place in London and the Formula 1 British Grand Prix at Silverstone Circuit in Northamptonshire. The Goodwood Festival of Speed also takes place in July, celebrating motorsport and car culture. July also sees the commencement of the much-anticipated ninth edition of the FIFA Women’s football World Cup, consisting of 32 teams competing in 64 matches, as well as several cricket Ashes Series matches between England and Australia

August 2023:

August is another exciting month, with England vs. South Africa cricket Test Matches, the British Grand Prix MotoGP race, and the football Premier League. Rugby fans can also look forward to the England Rugby vs. Wales Summer Series, the All Blacks vs. Springboks, and the England Rugby vs. Fiji Summer Series, all taking place at Twickenham Stadium.

September 2023:

September brings more football Premier League and rugby action, including England vs. New Zealand IT20 Series, the One Day International Series, and the England vs. Ireland One Day International Series.

October 2023:

Drawing the year to a close, the five-month-long season of the Betfred Super League rugby will culminate in October when the champions are crowned at Old Trafford.

As you can see, 2023 promises to be an exciting year for sports fans in the UK, with plenty of opportunities to witness the thrill of live sports action. Whether you’re a fan of football, rugby, horse racing, tennis, or cricket, there’s something for everyone this year. And the best thing is you can watch them all on!

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