Calendar of major sporting events in Dakar, Euro, Olympics, Grand Slam, 2021

Calendar of major sporting events in Dakar, Euro, Olympics, Grand Slam, 2021

January

3 to 15 – Rally – Raid: Dakar in Saudi Arabia (Depart Jeddah, Arrival Jeddah)
7 to 10 – Biathlon: Oberhoff World Cup (Germany)
13 to 31 – Handball: Men’s World Championship in Egypt
18 to 24 – Biathlon: Antelseva World Cup (Italy)
21 to 24 – Rally: WRC World Championship begins with Monte-Carlo Rally
30 and 31 – Alpine Skiing: Women’s World Cup in Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Super-G + Downhill)

February

6 and 7 – Rugby: Italy, France, England – Scotland and Wales – Day 1 of the tournament of six countries with Ireland
7 – American Football: Super Bowl in Tampa Bay (Florida)
8 to 21 – Tennis: Australian Open in Melbourne
10 to 21 – Biathlon: World Championship in Pokaljuca (Slovenia)
13 and 14 – Rugby: England, Italy, Scotland – Day 2 of the tournament of six countries with Wales and Ireland – France
16–17 and 23–24 – Football: 16 first leg rounds of the Champions League
22 – 7 March – Nordic Skiing: World Championship in Oberstdorf (Germany)
27 and 28 – Rugby: Italy, Ireland, Wales – England and France – The third day of the six-nation tournament with Scotland

Mars

4 to 7 – Biathlon: Nov Mesto World Cup (Czech Republic)
5th to 7th – Athletics: European Indoor Championships in Torun (Poland)
6 to 21 – Sailing: 36th America’s Cup in Auckland (New Zealand)
7 to 14 – Cycling: Paris-Nice
9-10 and 16-17 – Foot: Round 16 of the Champions League
10 to 13 – Ski Mountaineering: Pierra Menta in Ariches-Beaufort (France)
12 to 14 – Handball: Men’s Olympic qualifying tournament, including France in Montpellier
13 and 14 – Rugby: Italy, Wales, England – France and Scotland – 4th day of the tournament of six countries with Ireland
17 to 21 – Alpine Skiing: Women’s and Men’s World Cup finals at Lenzerheide
18 – 21 March – Biathlon: Holmenkollen World Cup (Norway)
19 to 21 – Handball: Women’s Olympic qualifying tournament
20 – Cycling: Milan-San Remo
20th – 5th and final day of the six-nation tournament with Scotland – Italy, Ireland – England and France – Wales
21 – Formula 1: 2021 World Championship debut in Australia (Melbourne)
24 to 31 – Foot: European U23 Championships, Group Stage in Slovenia and Hungary
28 – Cycling: Gand-Wavellag
28 – MotoGP: World Championship debut with Qatar’s Grand Prix (Losel)
2 – Sutra 1: Bahrain Grand Prix (Sakhir)

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Avril

4 – Cycling: Trip to Flanders
6-7 – Foot: Champions League first leg quarter-finals
8 to 11 – Golf: Masters, first Grand Slam tournament of the 2020-2021 season at Augusta (United States)
11 – Cycling: Paris-Roubaix
11 – Formula 1: Chinese Grand Prix (Shanghai)
11 to 18 – Tennis: Masters 1000 de Monte-Carlo (to be confirmed)
13-14 – Foot: Champions League second leg quarter-finals
16 to 18 – Basketball: Ladies Euroleague final 4 (place to be specified)
17th to 18th – Endurance Motorcycles (EWC): 24 Hairs Motos in Le Mans (France)
17 – Football: Kings Cup Final in Seville
18 – Cycling: Amstel Gold Race
21 – Cycling: La Flesh Valen
21 to 25 – Artistic Gymnastics: European Championship in Basel (Switzerland)
25 – Cycling: Lease-Bastogne-Lease
27-28 – Foot: Champions League first leg semi-finals
27 to 2 May – Cycling: Tour de Romandi

May

1 – Volleyball: Ladies Champions League and Men’s Champions League final in Berlin (Germany)
4-5 – Foot: Champions League semi-final return
9 to 15 – Tennis: Masters 1000 Rome
8 to 30 – Cycling: Tour of Italy
9 – Formula 1: Spanish Grand Prix (Barcelona)
10 to 23 (rescheduled) – Swimming: European Long Course Championships in Budapest (Hungary)
16 – MotoGP: French Grand Prix at Le Mans
21 – Rugby: European Challenge Final
22 – Rugby: European Cup final
22 – Basketball: NBA play-off start (mid-July)
23 – Formula 1: Monaco Grand Prix
23 – Foot: 38th and last day of the French Championship
23 – Formula 1: Monaco Grand Prix
23 June 6 – Tennis: Roland-Garros (to be confirmed)
28 – Football: Champions League final in St. Petersburg
28 – Athletics: Diamond League 2021 meeting in Doha (Qatar)
28 to 30 – Basketball: Men’s Euro 4 final in Cologne (Germany)
29 to 30 – Handball: Final 4 of the Women’s Champions League in Budapest (Hungary)
30 – IndyCar: 500 miles from Indianapolis (United States)
30 to 6 June – Cycling: Criterium du Dupuin
31 to 6 June – Foot: European U23 Championship, final leg in Slovenia and Hungary

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June

6 – Formula 1: Azerbaijan Grand Prix (Baku)
11 June to 11 July – Football: Euro-2020 in twelve European cities
11 June to 11 July – Football: Copa America-2021 in Argentina and Colombia
12 to 13 – Handball: Men’s Champions League final 4 in Cologne (Germany)
12 to 13 – Auto: World Endurance Championship (WEC): 24-hour Le Mans
13 – Formula 1: Canadian Grand Prix (Montreal)
17 to 27 – Basketball: European Women’s Championship in Spain and France
19 and 20 – Rugby Sevens: Olympic qualifying tournament
23 to 27 – Volleyball: Final 6 of the League of Nations in Italy for men, for women in China
26 June to 18 July – Cycling: Tour de France
27 – Formula 1: French Grand Prix at Le Casslet
28 June to 11 July – Tennis: Wimbledon (for confirmation)

July

4 – Formula 1: Austrian Grand Prix (Spielberg)
8 – Basketball: NBA Finals start (until the 22nd if it is played in seven matches)
10 – Athletics: 2021 Diamond League meeting in Monaco
18 – Formula 1: British Grand Prix (Silverstone)
23 July to 8 August – Olympic Games in Tokyo
31 – Cycling: Classic San Sebastian

August

1 – Formula 1: Hungarian Grand Prix (Budapest)
14 to 5 September – Cycling: Spain tour
19 August to 19 September – Volleyball: European Championships for men in Poland, Czech Republic, Estonia and Finland and women in Serbia, Croatia, Bulgaria and Romania (dates to be confirmed)
23 to 29 – Trail: Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc in Chamonix (France)
24 August to 5 September – Tokyo Paralympic Games
28 – Athletics: Diamond League 2021 meeting in Paris (France)
29 – Formula 1: Belgian Grand Prix (Spa-Francorchamps)
30 August to 12 September – Tennis: US Open (New York) (to be confirmed)

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September

5 – Formula 1: Grand Prix of the Netherlands (Zandvoort)
8 to 9 – Athletics: Diamond League 2021 meeting in Zurich (Switzerland)
12 – Formula 1: Italian Grand Prix (Monza)
18 to 26 – Cycling: World Road Championships in Belgium
18 September to 16 October – Rugby: Women’s World Cup in New Zealand
24 to 26 – Golf: Ryder Cup in Whistling Straits (United States)
26 – Formula 1: Russian Grand Prix (Sochi)
30 to 3 October – Jumping: Nations Cup final in Barcelona (Spain)

October

3 – Formula 1: Singapore Grand Prix (Marina Bay)
6-10 – Football: Four-way finals in UN Milan and Turin
9 – Cycling: Lombardy attack
10 – Formula 1: Japanese Grand Prix (Suzuka)
13 to 17 – Track Cycling: Ashgabat in World Championships (Turkmenistan)
18 to 24 – Artistic Gymnastics: World Championship in Kitakushu (Japan)
23 October to 27 November – Rugby League: 2021 World Cup in England
24 – Sailing: Beginning of 15th edition of Transat Jacques Vabre in Le Havre (France)
24 – Formula 1: United States Grand Prix (Austin)
31 – Formula 1: Mexican Grand Prix (Mexico City)

November

First to eighth – Tennis: Masters 1000 de Paris (to be confirmed)
14 – MotoGP: End of World Championship with Valencia Grand Prix (Spain)
14 – Formula 1: Brazilian Grand Prix (Sao Paulo)
22 to 28 – Tennis: Davis Cup Final
28 – Formula 1: Saudi Arabia’s Grand Prix (Jeddah)

December

2 to 19 – Handball: Women’s World Championship in Spain
3 to 5 – Formula 1: End of World Championship with Abu Dhabi Grand Prix (Yas Marina).

The ATP and WTA tennis tour schedule has only been released for the first six weeks of the year.

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