The Biggest Sports Events in 2024


From the Olympics to the Euro Cup, here are the major global sporting events you shouldn't miss

Sports enthusiasts around the world are eagerly anticipating 2024, a year that promises to showcase some of the major sporting events globally. From the quadrennial Olympics and the biennial T20 World Cup to the most significant annual events in Tennis and Motorsports, there will be an abundance of thrilling action for sports fans throughout the year.
Whether you are a fan or not, the excitement of the largest sporting spectacles on the planet is likely to captivate you. Whether attending the games in person or watching live broadcasts, we're here to keep you informed about what to expect and the latest developments in various events. So, be sure to get ready with your jerseys, anthems, and face paints!

Super Bowl 2024

Date: February 11, 2024
Place: Nevada, USA


The 58th edition of the American Football championship game of the National Football League marks a notable first, as it will be hosted in Nevada. In the 2023 Super Bowl, the Kansas City Chiefs emerged victorious. Looking ahead to this forthcoming edition, the favorites include the San Francisco 49ers, Philadelphia Eagles, and Baltimore Ravens. Players set to captivate the crowds include Patrick Mahomes of the Kansas City Chiefs, Justin Jefferson from the Miles. Regaling the crowds at halftime will be R&B sensation Usher.

The Masters Golf Tournament 2024

Date: April 8 – April 14, 2024
Place: Georgia, USA

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The 2024 Masters Golf Tournament, marking its 88th edition, is set to be a pivotal event in the sport. This premier golf tournament will feature 81 participants, comprising both amateurs and professionals. The 2024 edition is introducing some changes to its qualification format, notably including the National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA) individual champion and the winners of full FedEx Cup point-awarding fall events on the PGA Tour. Among the top contenders for this upcoming edition are 2023's champion Jon Rahm from Spain, American favorite Scottie Scheffler, and the renowned British golfer Rory McIlroy.

Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix 2024

Dates: May 23 – May 26, 2024
Place: Monte Carlo, Monaco

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The 2024 Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix, the 81st edition of this prestigious race, is set against the glamorous backdrop of Monte Carlo. Known as the slowest yet most challenging circuit in Formula 1, clinching the title at the Monaco Grand Prix is a coveted achievement for every racer.
In a significant change for 2024, Alfa Romeo is anticipated to be rebranded as Sauber following the conclusion of its current title sponsorship. Last year's Monaco Grand Prix champion, Max Verstappen, will be defending his title against renowned competitors like Valtteri Bottas, Yuki Tsunoda, and Lando Norris. Teams expected to dominate the track include powerhouses such as Red Bull, Ferrari, and Mercedes.

ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024

Dates: June 4 – June 30, 2024
Place: West Indies and United States of America


The ninth edition of the biennial International Cricket Council Men's T20 World Cup marks a new chapter in the shortest format of cricket. This year's event will see an unprecedented participation of 20 teams, the highest number to date. Significantly, it will be the first time the tournament is hosted in North America, with the USA making its debut as an international host. England, the last winners of the T20 World Cup, will see Canada making its first appearance in the tournament.
Following their recent triumph in the 2023 One Day International World Cup, Australia enters as a strong favorite for the title, alongside other top contenders like India and South Africa. Players to watch include India's Shubman Gill, Australia's David Warner, and Sri Lanka's Wanindu Hasaranga.

UEFA Euro 2024

Dates: June 14 – July 14, 2024
Place: Germany

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The 17th UEFA European Football Championship for men's teams is set to unfold across 10 venues in Germany. In this edition, 24 teams will compete for the prestigious title, currently held by Italy. The tournament will witness the notable return of Serbia and Slovenia, making their comeback to the championship after a hiatus of more than two decades. Sweden, in a historic first, will not participate, having failed to qualify. Additionally, Russia will be absent, owing to a ban related to the ongoing political situation. Key players to watch include Kylian Mbappé from France, Harry Kane from England, Kevin De Bruyne from Belgium, and Jamal Musiala from Germany. England and France are pegged as the top favorites for the title.

The Wimbledon Championship 2024

Dates: July 1 – July 14, 2024
Place: London, England

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The most illustrious tennis Grand Slam of the year, the Wimbledon Championships, will mark its 137th edition in 2024. The 2023 championship winners were Carlos Alcaraz in the men's category and Markéta Vondroušová in the women's category. Tennis fans are eagerly anticipating their defense of the titles, even as Daniil Medvedev, Jannik Sinner, and Novak Djokovic, along with Iga Swiatek, Aryna Sabalenka, and Coco Gauff, remain the hot favorites. Wimbledon 2024 might be the last opportunity for Rafael Nadal’s fans to see him play at this exalted venue, as it is rumored to be his final year before retiring from international tennis.

Olympics Games, Paris 2024

Dates: July 26 – August 11, 2024
Place: Paris, France

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The 33rd edition of the oldest sporting event in history will take place in Paris. It will feature 45 different sports across 35 venues. In addition to Paris, the Games will also be hosted in six other French cities. An estimated 10,500 athletes from 206 countries are expected to participate in this grand sporting spectacle.
For the first time in its history, the Paris Olympics will hold the opening ceremony outside of a stadium. The athlete parade will occur along the Seine River, with each nation's delegation aboard boats. The 6km route will start at the Austerlitz Bridge and conclude at Trocadéro. This edition of the Olympics will introduce Breaking as a new sport, with competitions in both women's and men's categories. However, Baseball, Softball, and Karate have been excluded from the 2024 Games.
Top athletes to watch at the Paris Olympics 2024 include Yulimar Rojas in Athletics, Katie Ledecky in Swimming, An San in Archery, and Wang Chuqin in Table Tennis.
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