2022 will highlight several Other Important Sports Events, including the exceptionally expected 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar which has moved from its standard June date to November because of the unfriendly climate conditions in the country. The year will likewise return Beijing to the spotlight as the city has the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics and Paralympics, 14 years after it hosted the Summer Olympics and turns into the first city to have both events. Other Important Sports Events in 2022 incorporate the deferred UEFA Women’s Euros in England, the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games and the 2022 ICC T20 World Cup in Australia.
With so much to look forward to in 2022, view a month-by-month guide beneath to a portion of the world’s greatest sporting events and click on each event, setting or city for additional details, including tagging and travel data of every month with more details on the greatest events coming up.
Check Out the Top 2022’s Unmissable Other Important Sports Events
09, January – 06, February – Africa Cup of Nations: Cameroon will have 24 teams that will strive for the continental trophy from January 9. Algeria is the defending champion (2019).
17-30, January – Australian Open: The year’s first tennis Grand Slam of 2022 starts on January 17. A few major names are yet to affirm their participation, as being inoculated is a prerequisite to contend in Melbourne.
20, January – 6, February – AFC Women’s Asian Cup 2022: The continental championship will happen in Mumbai, Navi Mumbai and Pune and by temperance of being the hosts, India will take an interest in the event.
22-28, January – Special Olympics World Winter Games: Kazan will have the extraordinary winter games which were deferred in 2021 because of the pandemic.
04-20, February – 2022 Winter Olympics: The XXIV Olympic Winter Games will be facilitated by Beijing and is the primary Winter Olympics version to be held in China. However, the mega sporting game has become quite possibly the most controversial game in history with significant power reporting a strategic blacklist referring to widespread human rights abuses.
05, February – 19, March – Six Nations Championship: The yearly European leg of the rugby schedule will be facilitated across venues in the UK, Ireland, France and Italy from February 5.
13, February – Super Bowl: The SoFi Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada will have the 56th version of the Super Bowl.
04-13, March – Winter Paralympics: After the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, Beijing gears up to have the 2022 Paralympics Games soon thereafter.
04, March – 03, April – ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup: Eight great teams will be conflicting for the silverware, which gets in progress from March fourth in New Zealand.
Formula 1 – The 2022 F1 season will see a record of 23-races, including the debut Miami Grand Prix. The Bahrain GP booked between March 18-20, will light the racing season.
02, April – 03/04, June (provisional) – Indian Premier League: The fifteenth release of the Indian Premier League (IPL) has been planned between April 2, and June 04, 2022 (tentative).
07-10, April – The Masters: The Augusta National Golf Club will have the renowned Master’s golf competition.
13-29, May – FINA World Swimming Championships: The nineteenth version of the FINA World Swimming Championships will be held between May 13-29, 2022, in Fukuoka, Japan.
22, May – 05, June – French Open: The likes of Roland Garros and Novak Djokovic most loved Rafael Nadal and a few others return to trade threats in the 2nd Grand Slam of the year.
28, May – UEFA Champions League Final: Saint Petersburg’s Gazprom Arena will have the last of the 2021-22 UEFA Champions League.
27, June – 10, July – Wimbledon: It will be exceptionally intriguing to check whether ruling Men’s and Women’s heroes – Ashleigh Barty and Novak Djokovic can hold their titles.
1-17, July – FIH Women’s Hockey World Cup: The greatest prize and the most treasured Women’s Hockey competition will be played at Terrassa, in Spain and Amstelveen, in the Netherlands.
28, July – 08, August – Commonwealth Games: The 22nd Commonwealth Games will have 286 meetings across 19 games in Birmingham, England.
29, August – 11, September – U.S. Open: Defending champion Emma Raducanu, who turned into the youngest champ of a Grand Slam competition recently, gets back to Flushing Meadows.
10-25, September – 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games: Officially known as the XIX Asiad, the masterpiece event will be held in Hangzhou, China.
11, October – 30, October – FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup: India will be the hosts of the super event and as they are the hosts, they will partake in their second World Cup.
21, November – 18, December – FIFA World Cup: The greatest game of 2022 – FIFA World Cup will get in progress in Qatar. It will be the first football World Cup to be held in the Arab world.