A complete guide to all of the biggest sporting events in the world of basketball, football, tennis, golf, cricket and rugby. We have you cover this summer from sport whether it's El Clásico, The Lions Tour, WImbledon.
For too long now, the sunglasses have been gathering dust and the sun cream lies unused. But not for long because the summer is almost upon us. With that typically comes the end of season sadness, the fatigue that sets in over the course of a long campaign and that little bit of regret that there won't be as much football ,cricket or golf to talk about over the water fountain at work.
But rest assured, because here are all of your summer sporting events rolled in to one so you never have to miss a trick as you navigate your way through hayfever, budget holidays and a longing for more sport on your television:
June's biggest sport events
Thursday 1st June - 11th June
Saturday June 3rd
Venue: National Stadium of Wales, Cardiff
Friday 9th June - Sunday 11th June
World Cup Qualifiers. Full list of fixtures here.
Monday June 14th - 18th
Friday 16th June - Friday 30th June
Euro under-21 Championships. Full list of fixtures here.
Sunday 18th of June
The Finals 2017 latest possible date. To be confirmed.
Thursday 22nd of June
Saturday 24th of June - 23rd of July
Cricket - Women's World Cup, England
Saturday 24th June
1st British and Irish Lions test versus New Zealand All Blacks. Time: 09:30 CET.
July's sporting events
Saturday 1st of July
2nd British and Irish Lions test versus New Zealand All Blacks. Time: 09:30 CET.
Monday 3rd July - 16th July
Saturday 8th July
3rd British and Irish Lions test versus New Zealand All Blacks.Time: 09:30 CET.
Sunday 16th July - 24th July
Wednesday 19th July - Sunday 30th July
The International Champions Cup including Real Madrid, Juventus, Manchester United, PSG, Real Madrid, Tottenham Hotspur, AS Roma and Manchester City.
Saturday July 29th
Barcelona vs. Real Madrid in the first El Clásico outside of Europe. Time: 01:30 CET.
August's biggest sporting events
Tuesday 8th August
UEFA Super Cup. Venue: Philip II Arena, Georgia