Hottest Sporting Tickets in 2022
Despite everything that was going on in the world, 2021 was actually a bit of a bumper year for sports fans, as Euro 2020 finally took place as well as the Tokyo Olympics and Cheltenham Festival. That has set everyone up for what could be a belting 2022. Here we cast an eye over some of the proposed sporting events that will be the hottest tickets in the sporting world, as fans and sports bettors return to back their favourite horses at the biggest racing events, and other fans plan to do the same whether their passion is tennis, football, or rugby.
Cheltenham Festival – 15-18 March
In March the horse racing and sports betting communities converge on Cheltenham Racecourse to catch four days of non-stop racing action, as the best jumpers in the world do battle across the famous old’s course’s fences in a bid to deliver for their trainers, owners, and the punters who backed them with online free bets and bonus bets.
Cheltenham Festival always brings together the best jumping talent from around the globe and 2022 will be no different
Women’s Euro 2022 – 6-31 July
Women’s football has become a big deal in the last couple of years, as domestic clubs start to pay big bucks for top playing talent, as well as investing in their coaching and training infrastructures. That has all meant that the upcoming Women’s Euro 2022 could be incredible. Add to the fact that it will take place at the home of football, England, and the stage is set for an international team to put their name in the history books.
It’s time for women’s football to step out of the shadow of the men’s game
T20 Cricket World Cup – 17 Oct-14 Nov
England have been taking an absolute pasting in the latest Ashes series but will be hoping they can put together a better showing in the limited overs form of the game when the T20 World Cup rolls around towards the back end of the year. The Aussies and defending champions, New Zealand, will start as the favourites, seeing as the tournament will take place Down Under.
2022 Qatar World Cup – 21 Nov-18 Dec
When the Qatar World Cup was first announced many people believed that this was the beginning of the end for international football as we know it. It remains to be seen how a football tournament played in aircon, and in a country that doesn’t really care for the game, will fair, but ardent footy fans will be heading to the Middle East to find out anyway.