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Here are the must-watch sports for September

Last updated on Thursday, September 1, 2016

Written by Alex Cadman

Summer may be ending, but there are still plenty of sports to tune into in the month of September.


MotoGP season is well underway, with the British Grand Prix happening on the 4th of September. The Rio 2016 Olympics have also concluded, but if you haven’t yet had your fill of Olympic sport, the Paralympic Games commence in Rio on 7th September.

No matter what your must-watch sport is, our helpful schedule will keep you busy all through September. Read on to find out the must-watch sports for September:

Athletics

  • 3: IAAF World Challenge, Berlin, Germany
  • 6: IAAF World Challenge, Zagreb, Croatia
  • 7-18: Paralympic Games, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • 11: Great North Run, Gateshead


Cricket

  • 7: England vs Pakistan Twenty20, Old Trafford
  • 17: One-Day Cup final, Lord’s
  • 20: County Championship final round


Cycling

  • 4-11: Tour of Britain


Darts

  • 24-25: The Champions League of Darts, Cardiff

 
Football

  • 4: World Cup Qualifiers – Slovakia vs England 18:00
  • 5: World Cup Qualifiers – Wales vs Moldova 19:45, Serbia vs Republic of Ireland 20:45, Czech Republic vs Northern Ireland 20:45
  • 13-14: Champions League starts


Formula 1

  • 2-4: Italian Grand Prix, Monza
  • 16-18: Singapore Grand Prix, Marina Bay
  • 30-2 October: Malaysian Grand Prix, Kuala Lumpur   

 
Golf

  • 30-2 October: Ryder Cup, Minnesota, USA

 
MotoGP

  • 4: British Grand Prix, Silverstone

 
Rugby

  • 2:Rugby Union – Premiership and Pro12 seasons start
  • 10: Rugby Championship – Australia vs South Africa and New Zealand vs Argentina
  • 17: Rugby Championship – Australia vs Argentina and New Zealand vs South Africa


Tennis

  • 1-12: US Open, New York
  • 16-18: Davis Cup semi-finals


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