Sports agenda 2023: The calendar of sporting events of the year

The 2023 sports calendar is here with all the events that you cannot miss this year: Dakar, Champions League final, motoring, tennis, basketball, cycling and much more. You see adding alerts to your calendar!

A classic of every year at this time is here: the 2023 sports agenda, with which we prepare for the year that is about to begin. After chaining the Eurocup and the World Cup, the football planet will focus its attention on the Women’s World Cup and the Final Four of the Nations League. Scariolo’s Spain will defend its title in the Basketball World Cup, Nadal will try to enlarge his legend in the Grand Slam with Alcaraz, Badosa or Mugurza in search of glory, Formula 1 and MotoGP promise strong emotions… you see marking dates in the sports calendar 2023!

Sports calendar 2023

Little by little we have been learning about the main sporting events of 2023. The federations and organizers have been publishing them in recent months, although there are still some whose date is not official. Not all of them have an assigned venue either, and some scheduled in China have already been canceled or moved to another venue. The experience of recent years has taught us that changes of date or venue can occur at any time.

With the sports calendar you won’t miss any big event this year. Below we leave you the key dates on the sports agenda, the best sporting events 2023 in Spain and in the world: the Euroleague Final Four, the tennis Grand Slams, the great tours and monuments of the cycling season, the Super Bowl from the NFL, Moto GP, Formula 1… Events always offer us interesting sports betting and strong emotions.


Three classic events to start the year: ski jumping, Dakar and darts. The first month of the year will help us to crown the new handball and field hockey world champions, and there will also be the Australian Open tennis. At the domestic level, we have the Spanish Soccer Super Cup that will be played in Saudi Arabia for another year and the excitement of the Copa del Rey.

  • January 1. Ski jumping Garmisch-Partenkirchen
  • January 1-15. dakar rally
  • January 3. PDC World Darts Championship Final, London
  • January 11-15. Spanish Soccer Super Cup, Saudi Arabia
  • January 11-29. Men’s Handball World Cup, Poland and Sweden
  • January 13-29. Men’s Field Hockey World Cup, India
  • January 16-29. australian open
  • January 17-22. Spanish Women’s Soccer Super Cup, venue to be defined


In the second month of the year, three key events could not be missing: the NFL Super Bowl, the ACB Cup and the NBA All Star Weekend. Also, these two coincide in an exciting weekend of basketball. We will also see the first days of the Six Nations and Real Madrid in search of the Club World Cup. It will be the month in which the Champions League returns.

  • February 1-11. FIFA Club World Cup, Morocco
  • March 4 to 18. The Six Nations of rugby begins
  • February 12. Super Bowl LVII NFL
  • February 16-19. ACB Cup, Badalona
  • February 17-19. NBA All Star, Salt Lake City
  • 18th of February. Athletics: Cross World Championships, Bathurst (Australia)



March smells like gasoline. Formula 1 and Moto GP begin, as well as the first big events of the cycling calendar on the road. Spain will seek the third European Championship for women’s football, and we will close the month with the always vibrant Copa de la Reina for basketball.

  • March 2-5. European Athletics Indoor Championships, Istanbul
  • March 3-5. Formula 1 Bahrain GP. The World Cup begins
  • March 17-19. Futsal Women’s Euro Cup
  • March 18th. Super Saturday to finish the Six Nations of rugby
  • March 18th. Milan-San Remo
  • March 20-26. Volta Catalunya
  • March 24-26. Portuguese GP of Moto GP
  • April 30 to 2. Basketball Queen’s Cup, Zaragoza


In addition to enjoying the best spring cycling, we will have the Mutua Madrid Open tennis that extends days and increases players, and the best competitions will begin to be resolved. We will have the NBA playoff and play-in, as well as the Euroleague and Eurocup qualifiers. Without overlooking the decisive rounds of the Champions League or the Europa League.

  • April 1st. tour of flanders
  • April 3-8. EH Itzulia
  • April 4-9. Augusta Masters of Golf
  • April 9th. Paris-Roubaix
  • April 9th. Last game of the NBA season
  • April 11-14. NBA Play-In Tournament
  • April 12-26. Eurocup play-off
  • April 15. The NBA playoff begins
  • April 15-23. Conde de Godó tennis tournament
  • April 23rd. Liège-Bastogne-Liège
  • May 24 to 7. Mutua Madrid Open
  • May 25 to 10. Euroleague Playoff
  • April 28-30. Spanish GP Moto GP, Jerez


The renewed women’s version of La Vuelta will welcome May, the month of finals. King’s and Queen’s Cup, Europa League, Eurocup, Euroleague… We will cycle through the best landscapes of Italy, and we will end the month getting excited on the clay of Roland Garros.

  • May 1-7. The female Tour
  • May 3. eurocup final
  • May 6th. Final Copa del Rey, Seville
  • May 6-28. Italy spin
  • May 12-14. Itzulia Women
  • May 18-20. Tour of Burgos Women
  • May 19-21. Euroleague Final Four, Kaunas
  • May 20 and 21. Last day of the Endesa League
  • June 20 to 11. FIFA U20 World Cup, Indonesia
  • 25 of May. ACB playoff start
  • May 28. Queen’s Cup Final, venue to be defined
  • June 28 to 11. Roland Garros
  • may 31. UEFA Europa League Final, Budapest


The big question is, will Nadal’s 14th Roland Garros arrive? We will continue with the finals: Men’s and Women’s Champions League, in addition to crowning the League champion and knowing who goes up to 1 and who goes down. Luis de la Fuente’s La Roja will seek its first League of Nations after the disappointment of Qatar 2022.

  • June 1. The NBA Finals begin
  • June 2-4. Formula 1 Spanish GP, Montmeló
  • June 3 and 4. Matchday 38 LaLiga Santander
  • June 4. UEFA Women’s Champions League Final, Eindhoven
  • June 7th. UEFA Conference League Final, Prague
  • June 9-25. European Games, Krakow
  • June 10th. UEFA Champions League Final, Istanbul
  • June 10 and 11. Roland Garros final
  • June 14-18. Play-off UEFA Nations League
  • June 16-18. US Open Golf
  • July 16-16. Soccer Asian Cup, Qatar
  • July 21 to 8. U21 European Championship, Georgia and Romania
  • June 27th. Last final match ACB
  • July 30 to 9. Giro d’Italia Donne


We arrived at the summer, and with it two essential appointments for these dates. The Tour will liven up the sweltering afternoons of July, and we hope that our tennis players will give their best version on the grass of Wimbledon. And we will have to stay up late (or get up early) to follow the National Team in the World Cup that is being played in Oceania.

  • July 1-23. Tour de France
  • July 3-16. Wimbledon
  • July 14-30. World swimming, Fukuoka
  • July 20-23. british open golf
  • August 20-20. Women’s Soccer World Cup, Australia and New Zealand
  • July 23-30. Tour de France Women
  • July 29. Klasika San Sebastian



While the new world champions are crowned in the antipodes, the Old Continent will experience the start of the new football season. We will see the new cycling super world championships in Scotland, followed by La Vuelta. And we will live the last nights of August pending what happens in Flushing Medows.

  • August 3-12. UCI Cycling Super World Championship, Glasgow
  • September 15 to 3. women’s european volleyball
  • August 18th. LaLiga 2023-2024 begins
  • August 19 to 27. World Athletics Championships, Budapest
  • 20th of August. Women’s World Cup final
  • September 26 to 17. the return
  • 28 to 10 September. US Open
  • September 28 to 16. european men’s volleyball


The Catalan GP will come after the summer, when Scariolo’s Family will seek to repeat the title in Mundobasket. We will also have the weightlifting and rugby world championships, and the best triathletes in the world will meet in Galicia.

  • September 1-3. Moto GP Catalunya GP, Montmeló
  • September 1-17. Men’s Basketball World Cup, Japan, Indonesia and the Philippines
  • September 2-17. Weightlifting World Cup, Saudi Arabia
  • 8 to 8 October. Men’s Rugby World Cup, France
  • September 9 and 10. US Open tennis finals
  • September 19-24. European Cycling Championships, The Netherlands
  • September 20-24. World Series Triathlon Final, Pontevedra
  • September 29 to 8. Artistic Gymnastics World Cup, Antwerp
  • To be confirmed: ACB Super Cup


With autumn comes the last big events of the cycling season, with Il Lombardia at the helm. We will also crown the Master of world tennis, and the great basketball competitions will begin. Who knows if we will also meet the MotoGp and F1 champions, who will live their decisive moment.

  • October 6-15. Beach Volleyball World Cup, Tlaxcala
  • October 7. Il Lombardia
  • November 20 to 5. Pan American Games, Santiago de Chile
  • November 30 to 5. WTA Finals, Fort Worth
  • To be confirmed: start of the ACB League, Euroleague and NBA (mid-October)


The same weekend the curtain will come down on the Moto GP and Formula 1 world championships in Valencia and Abu Dhabi respectively. In the absence of emotions, that same Sunday we will meet the new Davis Cup winner. A week before, we will meet the World Tennis Master.

  • November 5th. Final WTA Finals
  • November 13-19. ATP Finals, Turin
  • November 20-26. Davis Cup Finals, Malaga
  • November 24-26. The world championship ends at the Moto GP Valencian Community GP, Cheste
  • November 24-26. The world championship ends at the Abu Dhabi Formula 1 GP
  • December 30 to 17. Women’s Handball World Cup, Denmark, Norway and Sweden


The group stages of the Champions League and the Europa League will end, the football competitions will advance and we will eat the nougat. But first, we will meet the new handball world champions. And how could it be otherwise, we will burn the nougats running the San Silvestre on the last day of the year.

  • December 17. Women’s World Handball Final
  • December 31. San Silvestre Vallecana, Sao Paulo…

And here is our sports calendar for 2023. If you are missing an event on the calendar, please leave it to us in the comments.

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