Best sports events you must not miss in 2017

Great Britain is the host of many sports events this year, many of which are international. Let’s see what the rest of 2017 has in store for sports fans. Besides, you will have a reason to visit the UK this year. If you don’t have money to support these travels, we suggest using this Betfair promo code to take a shot at online sports betting. Who knows, maybe you will hit it big this time.

Summer 2017

On June 1st, Wales holds the UEFA Women’s Champions League final at the Cardiff City Stadium. The tickets are already available for sale at the price of £6 for adults and £3 for children (16 and under).

2 days after that, the same stadium is the host of the 2017 UEFA Champions League final. The window for ticket applications is closed but more tickets will be made available via the finalist clubs. The price difference between men’s and women’s finals is staggering though. The cheapest ticket costs £60, 10 times more than the women’s final.

On July 9th, 2017 the Müller Anniversary Games will take place at the London Stadium. This is a reputed athletics event around the world that will attract big names of this sport. Additional tickets are available at this moment through TicketMaster.

Toward the end of the summer, rugby fans must not miss the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup Final on August 27 at the Wembley Stadium. Tickets for Phase 1 (before Feb 1st) are sold out but you still have a chance for Phase 2 (before June 6th) and Phase 3 (before July 3rd).

Autumn 2017

The autumn starts with the cycling Tour of Britain on September 3 to 10.  The opening stage will take place at Edinburgh while Cardiff will be hosting the finish of the last stage on Sunday.

On October 7th, the Super League Grand Final will be held at Old Trafford, Manchester. All rugby fans who want to attend will enjoy 80 minutes of top class action on and off the pitch. Phase 1 tickets are sold out but you still have a chance at Phase 3 tickets before August 1st. The period for Phase 2 was finished on May 1st. The tickets start at around £18.

If you love horse racing, why don’ t you go to the British Champions Day in Ascot on October 21st? Betting goes through the roof at this event and you might even get the chance to win thousands of pounds if you know anything about horse racing.

The races will be broadcasted live on ITV and Racing UK, but nothing compares to the feeling of being right there beside the track. Here are the prices: King Edward VII Enclosure – £85, Winning Post Enclosure £45, Queen Anne Enclosure £35.

And last, don’t miss the ATP World Tour Finals in London on November 12 to 19. These men’s tennis tournament finals will be played at the O2 Arena and will mark the end of the season. Go to see tennis professionals battling each other for $7.5 million. Plus, you will visit Great Britain’s capital city.