2021 Rescheduled Sporting Events
Because of the pandemic many sporting events have been postponed or cancelled.
For example, the 2020 summer’s Olympic Games was pushed back to 2021 and then Euro 2020 was called off so domestic football leagues could finish off their current seasons, albeit playing behind closed doors.
So, when are major sports events going to happen in 2021?
With many vaccines now being approved and administered it looks likely that events will be able to return from the Spring.
Below is a list of 2021 events which as this article is published are likely to go ahead :-
What events have been rescheduled because of coronavirus and when will they now take place?
January – Australian Open and the Masters snooker
February – USA Super Bowl and Six nations
March – Formula1 (where we hope to provide our promotional staff to these events once again)
April – Golf the Masters and the World Snooker Championship
May – The French Open and the PGA Championship
June – Euro 2020 and the US Open golf
July – Our very own Wimbledon and the start of the Tokyo Olympic Games, Tour de France
August – US Open Tennis, World Athletics Championship and Tokyo Paralympic
November – UK Snooker Championship
December – PDC Darts World Championship
2021 in Sport
So many of 2020’s major sporting events having to cancel because of the Covid-19 outbreak it looks like 2021 will be the biggest ever year in sports, and events in general.
This is not only to ‘catch up’ on 2021 but after a year of people being stuck indoors there is a huge appetite to attend events.
Whilst people have been hesitant to buy tickets because of cancellations now the vaccine is being distributed quickly events are starting to sell out fast.