Sporting calendar 2022: Key dates for World Cups, Winter Olympics, Masters, Champions League, Wimbledon, more

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Sporting calendar 2022: Key dates for World Cups, Winter Olympics, Masters, Champions League, Wimbledon, more

It’s been a memorable year of sport in 2021, and there’s plenty more to come over the next 12 months.

The 2022 calendar has the Winter Olympics, the FIFA World Cup in Qatar, a men’s and women’s cricket World Cup, The Open at St Andrews, and much, much more.

Here is everything you need to know about what’s coming up in the world of sport.

Dates are subject to change.

January 3: World Darts Championship final, Alexandra Palace

January 9-February 6: Africa Cup of Nations, Cameroon

January 17-30: Australian Open, Melbourne

February 4-20: Winter Olympics, Beijing

Beijing will become the first city to host both the Summer and Winter Olympics (Getty Images)
Beijing will become the first city to host both the Summer and Winter Olympics (Getty Images)

February 5-March 19: Six Nations

February 13: Super Bowl LVI, California

February 27: Carabao Cup Final, Wembley

March 4-13: Winter Paralympics, Beijing

March 4: Women’s ODI World Cup, New Zealand

April 1: FIFA World Cup draw, Doha

April 7-10: The Masters, Augusta National

Hideki Matsuyama won the Green Jacket at The Masters last year (Getty Images)
Hideki Matsuyama won the Green Jacket at The Masters last year (Getty Images)

April 9: Grand National, Aintree

April 16-May 2: World Snooker Championship, Sheffield

May 14: FA Cup Final, Wembley

May 15: Women’s FA Cup Final

May 19-22: PGA Championship, Oklahoma

May 22: Women’s Champions League Final, Turin, Italy

May 22-June 5: French Open, Roland Garros

May 25: Europa Conference League Final, Tirana, Albania

May 26: Europa League Final, Gdansk, Poland

May 28: Champions League Final, Saint Petersburg, Russia

Chelsea will hope to be in Russia in May going for back-to-back Champions League successes (Chelsea FC via Getty Images)
Chelsea will hope to be in Russia in May going for back-to-back Champions League successes (Chelsea FC via Getty Images)

May 29: Monaco Grand Prix

June 16-19: US Open (Golf), Brookline

June 27-July 10: Wimbledon

July 1-24: Tour de France

July 3: British Grand Prix, Silverstone

July 6-31: Women’s Euro 2022

July 14-17: The Open, St Andrews

July 15-24: World Athletics Championships

Dina Asher-Smith enjoyed plenty of success at the last World Championships (AFP via Getty Images)
Dina Asher-Smith enjoyed plenty of success at the last World Championships (AFP via Getty Images)

July 24-31: Tour de France Femmes

July 28-August 8: Commonwealth Games, Birmingham

August 6: Start of 2022-23 Premier League season

August 29-September 11: US Open (Tennis), New York

September 9-11: Rugby World Cup Sevens, Cape Town

October 2: London Marathon

October 15-November 19: Rugby League World Cup, England

October 16-November 13: Men’s T20 World Cup, Australia

November 20: Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

November 21-December 18: FIFA World Cup, Qatar

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