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The month of May has been immense for sports lovers, with plenty of action served throughout the month. Soccer is, without a doubt, the biggest attraction, with European Leagues coming to a close and different teams fighting it out for continental championships.

There is still a lot to look forward to in different fields; aside from the UEFA Champions League wjich closed on the 28th in Paris, France. Spanish champions Real Madrid bsat the English Premier League runners up Liverpool to clinch the much-coveted trophy.

To end the month, there was also some trackside action at the Monaco Grand Prix on the 29th.

Here are month-by-month low-down activities in the sporting world. It is a great opportunity for betting fans across the globe.


The NBA and the French Open are among the biggest events taking place in June and the men’s and women’s US Open golf tournaments.

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The Epsom Derby (3rd-4th) and Royal Ascot (14th-18th) are two races where you may refine your betting form. Then, on the 27th, the greatest summer sporting action, Wimbledon, kicks off the month with courtside action.


On the 3rd, the British Grand Prix starts off a jam-packed sporting four weeks, followed by the Women’s European Championships 2022, which will take place across ten stadiums across England.

The Golf Open Championships begin on the 10th of August in St Andrews before the 22nd Commonwealth Games begin in Birmingham. Not to mention the Wimbledon tennis finals on the 9th and 10th of July.

With the Grand Prix in Austria, France, and Hungary, now is a great time to register and place a few wagers on Betway, no matter what sport you love.

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As we approach the new season’s opening, August is a month of sports beginnings and endings. The Commonwealth Games end this month, while the English Premier League’s new season begins on the 6th.


As fall approaches, there are still plenty of exciting sporting events to enjoy, including the Dutch, Italian, and Russian Grand Prix and the Rugby Sevens World Cup, which takes place from September 9th to November 11th. September also ushers in a competitive soccer season, with the Champions League and Europa League group rounds taking off in full swing.


Despite the shorter days, October still manages to provide the goods in terms of significant sporting events, including four Formula One Grand Prix races (Singapore, Japan, US, and Mexico). On the 2nd, the rescheduled London Marathon will take place, and finally, starting on the 15th, New Zealand will host the Women’s Rugby World Cup.

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November and December 

Even though 2022 will be coming to an end, one event will dominate the last two months of the year: the FIFA World Cup.

From the 21st of November, all the way to the 18th, when the final will be staged, all eyes will be on Qatar. Thirty-two teams and 16 days of world-class soccer, featuring the greatest stars of the game, including Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi who will be appearing in their final World Cups.

The World Cup brings a fantastically sports 2022 to a close after 12 months of key events to wager on and enjoy. Be a part of the action by joining Betway, and placing a few quality bets on all sports.


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