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Sport this summer: Dates for the Euros, Olympics, Wimbledon, T20 World Cup and more

The summer of 2024 is packed full of sporting action, with the Euros, Olympics and T20 World Cup among the many highlights set to take place.

There truly is something for every sports fan to enjoy across the coming months and this is the place to check out exactly what will be happening and when.

Men's T20 World Cup: 4th - 30th June

West Indies & USA

The ninth edition of the Men’s T20 World Cup will be jointly hosted by the West Indies and the USA and defending champions England will be hoping to retain their crown after lifting the trophy in 2022.

Jos Buttler's side are among the favourites to go all the way along with India and Australia, while the Aussies are also set to be one of England's opponents during the group stage alongside Scotland, Namibia and Oman.

Click here for the latest T20 World Cup news and odds

Euros: 14th June - 14th July


This summer's Euros will be held in Germany with 24 teams going for glory and England and France are both expected to perform well.

England have been drawn in Group C alongside Denmark, Serbia and Slovenia, while Scotland are in Group A and will face hosts Germany in the tournament's opening game.

View the latest odds and news for the European Championships here

Royal Ascot: 18th - 22nd June

Ascot Racecourse

One of the most prestigious meetings in the racing calendar, Royal Ascot will take centre stage from 18th-22nd June, with a whole host of top-quality Group, Listed and Handicap races to enjoy.

Some of the highlights include the St James’s Palace Stakes, the Prince Of Wales’s Stakes, the Ascot Gold Cup, the Coronation Stakes and the Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Stakes.

Everything you need to now about Royal Ascot

Copa America: 20th June - 14th July


The Euros is not the only international football tournament taking place this summer, with the best teams from North, Central and South America set to do battle at this year's Copa America.

World champions Argentina are the one of the favourites to defend their title and lift the trophy for a record 16th time, but that is also a feat Uruguay are looking to achieve, while Brazil can never be discounted.

Check out the latest Copa America odds here

Tour de France: 29th June - 21st July

Italy & France

This year's Tour de France will start in Italy and has an open feel to it, with doubts surrounding the fitness of two-time champion Jonas Vingegaard, who is recovering from a nasty crash that left him with a broken collarbone.

That could open the door for another multiple Tour de France winner, Tadej Pogacar, to top the general classification standings for the third time, while fellow Slovenian Primoz Roglic is eyeing a first success in cycling's most prestigious race.

Click here for all of the latest Cycling news and odds

Wimbledon: 1st - 14th July

All England Club

Strawberries and cream at the ready as Wimbledon - the oldest tennis tournament in the world - will get underway on 1st July.

Carlos Alcaraz is the defending champion in men's singles and Marketa Vondrousova in the women's, while all eyes will be on Rafael Nadal, who could well be making his final appearance in the main draw at the All England Club.

The latest information and odds on Wimbledon

England v West Indies Test series: 10th - 30th July

Lord's, Trent Bridge & Edgbaston 

Off the back of the T20 World Cup, England's red-ball team will kick-start their summer with a three-match Test series against the West Indies.

The opening contest will get underway at Lord's on 10th July, with the second Test scheduled for Trent Bridge from the 18th July, while Edgbaston will host the final match of the series from 26th July.

Click here to view the latest Cricket news and odds

The Open Championship: 18th - 21st July

Royal Troon

The 152nd Open Championship will take place at the iconic Royal Troon where Rory McIlroy and co will be looking to dethrone Brian Harman, who lifted the famous Claret Jug aloft at Hoylake in 2023.

This will be the 10th time that Royal Troon has staged an Open Championship and first since Swede Henrik Stenson's success in 2016.

Everything you need to know about The Open

Olympic Games: 26th July - 11th August


Paris will host the 2024 Olympics, joining London in being the only city to have staged the Summer Games on three separate occasions.

A total of 329 events across 32 different sports will be contested during the Games, including breaking or breakdancing, which will be making its debut at the Olympics.

Click here for the latest Olympics odds

2024/25 EFL season: 10th August 2024 - 3rd May 2025

England & Wales

The 2024/25 EFL season will get underway the weekend of 10th-11th August, with 67 clubs from the previous campaign being joined across the three divisions by the three teams relegated from the Premier League and Chesterfield and Bromley, who were promoted from the National League.

For Bromley, they will be embarking on their first-ever season as an EFL club following their penalty shootout success over Solihull Moors in the National League play-off final.

Check out the latest news and odds for the English Football League

2024/25 Premier League season: 17th August 2024 - 25th May 2025


A week on from the EFL season getting underway, the 2024/25 Premier League campaign will begin, with the likes of Manchester City, Arsenal and Liverpool all expected to compete for the title once again.

At the other end, survival is likely to be the aim for Ipswich, who are back in the top flight for the first time in 22 years after earning back-to-back promotions.

Get the latest odds and news on the Premier League

England v Sri Lanka Test series: 21st August - 10th September

Old Trafford, Lord's, The Oval

England's second and final Test series of the summer will also be a three-match showdown, this time the opponents will be Sri Lanka.

Old Trafford will stage the opening Test from 21st August, while Lord's will host the second match starting 29th August before a potential series decider at The Oval from 6th September.

Stay up to date with all the latest Cricket news and odds by visiting our site

US Open: 26th August - 8th September

Flushing Meadows

The final Grand Slam of 2024 will be the US Open at Flushing Meadows, scene of one of the most iconic moments in recent British sporting history when Emma Raducanu lifted the title in 2021.

Novak Djokovic and Coco Gauff are the reigning men's and women's singles champions this time around - Djokovic will be going for his fifth title in New York this year.

Check out the latest odds, news and offers in our US Open hub

Paralympic Games: 28th August - 8th September


A few weeks after the Olympics reaches its conclusion, Paris will once again have the eyes of the world on them for the 2024 Paralympic Games.

Great Britain finished second on the medal table at the Tokyo Paralympics in 2021 and will be hoping to enjoy another strong showing, with a total of 22 sports set to be contested at the Games.

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