Winter Holidays Sport Events in London

December 5th, 2012 by SportInfo

So, which sport event are expecring us to visit during December? First of all is Christmas Parties in London and throughout the country, of course. So, where to go? Here is the list of events you can celebrate winter holidays:

5th – 9th December 2012 – Statoil Masters – Royal Albert Hall, London
6th December 2012 – Oxford v Cambridge Varsity Match – Twickenham, London
8th December 2012 – Outdoor Swimming Society December Dip – Parliament Hill Lido, Gordon House Road, London
8th December 2012 – Big Ben Jingle Bells – Cremorne Riverside, Chelsea, London –
10th December 2012 – Katherine Jenkins – Royal Albert Hall, London
14th – 24th December 2012 – Christmas Festival – Royal Albert Hall, London
16th – 22nd December 2012 – Christmas Carol Singalong – Royal Albert Hall, London
21st December 2012 – JLS – London O2 Arena
22nd December 2012 – Madness – O2 Arena, London

January 2013

5th January – 14th February 2013 – Kooza by Cirque du Soleil – Royal Albert Hall, London
17th January 2013 – NBA – Detroit Pistons v New York Nick – O2 Arena, London

Christmas Sport Activities

December 19th, 2011 by SportInfo

Are you looking for Christmas activities for your kids and family? You can spend a great time all together visiting follow courses and events:

Banbury & Bicester Multisport – 19/12/11
Hill View & Bure Park

Didcot Multisport Course – 19/12/11
The Manor School, Didcot

Aylesbury, Thame & Stokenchurch Dec Multisport Course – 19/12/11
Grange Sch, Stokenchurch, John Hamp Sch

Specialised sport courses – 19/12/11
Thame & Bicester

Football courses – 19/12/11
Ox/Thame/Bicester

ck ‘n swing courses – 19/12/11
Waterstock Golf Club

Oxford Multisport – 19/12/11
Oxford City FC, Marston

ware & Hemel Hempsted Multisport Courses – 19/12/11
Brockswood School & Broadfields School

Christmas Create Art & Craft Club – 19/12/11
Stokenchurch & Bicester

Also please pay attantion that there could be some changes to the opening times of SPORT Manchester facilities over the Christmas period (between Friday 23rd December and Tuesday 3rd January). So you have to make sure that you check the link below before travelling to the Armitage Sports Centre, Sugden Sports Centre or the Manchester Aquatics Centre.

Sport Travel In NY

July 21st, 2011 by Sport Guy

Sports travel is a growing sector of the travel industry, with sport fans taking the opportunity to combine a city break with watching top stars in action, and few cities can rival New York when it comes to sports action.

All year round, there are great sporting events taking place in the Big Apple. So, whether you’re a fan of tennis, basketball, baseball, American football, ice hockey or any other sport, New York is a wonderful place to visit.

It’s quite easy to find cheap flights to New York, on sites like expedia or lastminute, so hopefully you’ll have some cash left over to buy tickets.

Flushing Meadows is the place to head to in August or September (the weeks before and after Labor Day weekend) for the US Open tennis tournament.

The US Open is the last one of the four Grand Slam tournaments each year, and is played on 33 courts. The biggest and most famous is the Arthur Ashe Stadium, which hosts the final and can seat 23,200 spectators.

Two of the newest sports venues in the city are the new baseball parks where the New York Yankees and the New York Mets play.

Yankee Stadium opened in 2009, replacing the stadium of the same name that was built in 1923. The Yankees, the most successful team in Major League Baseball history, play their 81 home games each season at the 50,000 seat stadium, which is in The Bronx.

The Mets’ new stadium, Citi Field in Queens, also opened in 2009 and has a 41,800 capacity.

Madison Square Garden in Manhattan is renowned as being one of the iconic venues for boxing title fights, and these days it hosts both NBA basketball (the Knicks) and NHL ice hockey (the Rangers).

If you’re a football fan, you might want to check out the New York Red Bulls at their 25,000-seat venue, Red Bull Arena in New Jersey.

You’ll have to visit New Jersey, also, if you want to watch American Football, as both the New York Giants and the New York Jets play at New Meadowlands Stadium in East Rutherford.

If comedy, rather than sport, is more your thing, check out Fosters’ new online video campaign featuring Vic and Bob.

April May sport events

April 16th, 2011 by Sport Guy

Which upcoming sport events you would like to visit to? Everyone has the own preferabke list, that’s right. But there are events that catch attantion of millions people and number one of them is football of course. So, today have to start FA Cup Semi Finals. As you know the chempionship has to be in Manchester but as it has been anounced by Football Association the Manchester derby will kick off FA Cup semi-final weekend on April 16.

Follow important sport events can also be included in your plan for April – May
Athletics: Virgin London Marathon
Sunday, 17 April 2011
Duration: All day event
Location: London

Athletics: Boston Marathon
Monday, 18 April 2011
Duration: All day event
Location: Boston

Equestrian: Badminton Horse Trials
Friday, 22 April 2011
Duration: 4 days
Location: Chipping Sodbury, Gloucestershire

Football: Champions League Semi Finals
Tuesday, 26 April 2011
Duration: 2 days
Location: tbc
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Ice Hockey: IIHF World Championship
Friday, 29 April 2011
Duration: 17 days
Location: Bratislava and Kosice, Slovakia

Football: Champions League Semi Finals
Tuesday, 03 May 2011
Duration: 2 days
Location: tbc

Horse Racing: Kentucky Derby
Saturday, 07 May 2011
Duration: All day event
Location: Churchill Downs, Louisville, USA

Equestrian: Royal Windsor Horse Show
Wednesday, 11 May 2011
Duration: 5 days
Location: Windsor Castle

Football: FA Cup final
Saturday, 14 May 2011
Duration: All day event
Location: Wembley

Polo: The Queens Cup
Tuesday, 17 May 2011
Duration: 27 days
Location: Guards Polo Club, Windsor Great Park

Football: Europa Cup Final
Wednesday, 18 May 2011
Duration: All day event
Location: Dublin Arena, Republic of Ireland

Rugby Union: Rugby IRB Sevens World Series
Saturday, 21 May 2011
Duration: 2 days
Location: London, England

Rugby Union: Heineken Cup Final
Saturday, 21 May 2011
Duration: All day event
Location: Millennium Stadium, Cardiff

Horse Racing: Irish 1000 Guineas
Saturday, 21 May 2011
Duration: 2 days
Location: Curragh Racecourse, Kildare, Ireland

Tennis: French Open
Monday, 23 May 2011
Duration: 14 days
Location: Roland Garros, Paris

Greyhounds: Greyhound Derby
Thursday, 26 May 2011 21:00
Duration: 15 mins
Location: Wimbledon

Motorsport: Isle of Man TT
Saturday, 28 May 2011
Duration: 14 days
Location: Isle of Man

Football: Division 2 Play-off
Saturday, 28 May 2011
Duration: All day event
Location: Old Trafford, Manchester

Football: Champions League Final
Saturday, 28 May 2011
Duration: All day event
Location: Wembley, London

Rugby Union: Rugby IRB Sevens World Series
Saturday, 28 May 2011
Duration: 2 days
Location: Edinburgh, Scotland

Football: Division 1 Play-off
Sunday, 29 May 2011
Duration: All day event
Location: Old Trafford, Manchester

Motorsport: Indy 500
Sunday, 29 May 2011
Duration: All day event
Location: Indianapolis

Football: Championship Play-off
Monday, 30 May 2011
Duration: All day event
Location: Wembley

Assos

Slovenia Events

August 31st, 2010 by Lay

Any vacation is like a love – anticipated with pleasure, experienced with wonderful exploration, and remembered with nostalgia. A good vacation is over when you begin to plan the next one, right?:-). So, now I’ve started to plan my next vacation to Slovenia where I’ve been alredy this summer. Nestled between Austria and Italy, Slovenia is a superb hiking destination, from the ridgetop trails that cross the snow-capped Julian Alps to the outrageously picturesque Logarska Dolina, a stunning glacier-carved valley flanked by the sheer peaks of the Kamniske-Savinja Alps.

We’ve seen famous Postojna Caves, followed riverside trails through dramatic canyons, hiked along mountain-ringed lakes, exploring Slovenia’s traditional villages and historic towns. By the way, in September and October (18.9. – 3.10.2010) Hiking Festival 2010, So?a Valley is organised. The Festival includes 14 guided hiking tours, exhibitions and lectures.

I plan to visit this wonderful land again but for winter sports to enjoy with the magical scenery and to take the opportunity for a winter break of complete rest and relaxation. There are several dozen fully maintained ski centres stretched out across the corner of the Alps that offer a full dose of winter enjoyment.

Good travel for me is not only exploring new destinations that is no doubt great thing but the time for diferent activities that I love so much – hiking, treking, fishing lake boat charters and more to say nothing about meetings with interesting people from around the world, dinner and party cruises and magical overnight excursions. The universe is filled with wonder and magical things!

Main Sport Events – 2010 Year

January 12th, 2010 by Lay

19th FIFA World Soccer Cup – South Africa
Start on the 11 June
Final on 11th July

21th Winter Olympics – Canada,Vancouver
Start on Feb 12
Final on Feb 28

Super Bowl XLIV – South Florida
7th February

97th Tour de France
three weeks July

Australian Open Tennis tournament – Melbourne, Australia
middle of summer time

Wimbledon Championships – Wimbledon, a suburb of London
June or July (The tournament starts 6 weeks before the first Monday in August)

World Series of Baseball – North America
October

Golf Championships
1. The Masters golf tournament – USA
April
2. US Open Championship – Pebble Beach, California
Start on June 17
Final on June 20
3. 139th British Open – The Old Course at St. Andrews
Start on July 15
Final on July 18
4. US PGA Championship – USA
August

Hello world!

December 10th, 2009 by Lay

Sport is a very important thing in our life.
It’s action and health together.
In our days when most of time we are seating near computers and TV it’s great to know what’s happen in sport world and sometime to get out and to try some of the sports by self