With the New Year bringing with it a packed sporting calendar, make sure you keep up-to-date with all the big sport and music events set to take place over the next 12 months by downloading the Shoot Music Calendar for 2019.
Every year brings with it a host of sporting events that make it stand out from the previous year, and 2019 is no different. From football, to Rugby Union, Cricket and motorsport, all of the biggest sporting events over the next 52 weeks are in one place for you to download.
Along with all the biggest sporting events, the calendar also lists the dates for some of the world’s biggest and most popular music festivals, many of which will feature artists who are absolute sports fanatics, including Glastonbury headliner and Manchester United fan Stormzy and Reading & Leeds headliners The 1975.
Shoot Music and Sport Playlists bring you the best sport music playlists, all in one place, easy to follow on sharable platforms. Make sure to check out the latest new releases on the playlist below, and click here to download the Shoot Music Calendar 2019 for you to keep for yourself.
Among the highlights will be the conclusion of the 2018-19 Premier League season, with Liverpool and Manchester City looking set to be the frontrunners duking it out for the title between now and the end of the campaign in May.
Three Lions fever looks set to take over the country again in June, as Gareth Southgate’s side take part in the Nations League finals, along with the Lionesses competing at the Women’s World Cup in France and the Young Lions at the European Under-21 Championships in Italy and San Marino.
The Rugby calendar begins with Ireland looking to defend their Six Nations crown in February, leading into the end of the Rugby Union season and the start of the new Rugby League campaign. September sees all eyes turn to Japan for the Rugby World Cup, with New Zealand hoping to keep hold of the William Web Ellis trophy for a record third consecutive time.
In cricket, England start the year with their tour of the West Indies, leading into a packed summer that sees them host the ICC Cricket World Cup at the end of May and look to regain The Ashes against Australia in August.
Lewis Hamilton starts his campaign for a sixth Drivers World Championship when the new Formula One season gets underway in March, which would make the Mercedes driver the second most successful champion in the motorsport’s history.
April marks Anthony Joshua‘s next bout against an as yet unconfirmed opponent at Wembley Stadium, with a potential world heavyweight unification bout against Deontay Wilder likely to be one of the biggest fights the sport has seen in decades. However the American could face Tyson Fury in a rematch of last year’s epic encounter
Other highlights throughout the year include Andy Murray‘s return to the tennis court after a long battle with injury at the Australian Open in January, the finale of an memorable NFL season at Superbowl 53 in February, all of the major events in Golf, Athletics and Cycling and the draw for the 2020 European Championships in December, with Wembley Stadium playing host to the final.
You can keep abreast of all of these and many more sporting and music events by downloading the Shoot Music Calendar for 2019.