July 2019 Sporting Events Calendar

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July is another jam-packed month in the world of sports. The Women’s World Cup will wrap up this month with the finals taking place on July 7th.

One of the biggest events of the year in tennis takes place this month as the Wimbledon tournament takes place this month. Last year saw Novak Djokovic win for the men and Angelique Kerber win for the ladies.

July is also the unofficial halfway point of the MLB season as they take a break for the MLB All-Star Game. Then later in the month, it is the MLB non-waiver trade deadline so expect to see a lot of player movement. Speaking of player movement, NHL free agency starts on July 1st.

One of the highlights of the year in golf is also this month with The Open Championship, also known as the British Open. This is the oldest golf major in the world and notoriously one of the toughest as well.

There are plenty of events going on this month, let’s take a look at our complete July Sporting Events Calendar below.


July brings the MLB All-Star Game as this year’s game takes place on July 9th from Progressive Field in Cleveland.

The end of the month will also see the non-waiver trade deadline on the 31st so expect a lot of action on that front.

July 8: MLB Homerun Derby
July 9: MLB All-Star Game
July 31: MLB Non-Waiver Trading Deadline


With the season and NBA Draft in the books, that just leaves NBA Summer League before things wrap up until the fall.

July 5-15: NBA Summer League 2019


July 12: Ryota Murata vs. Rob Brant
July 12: James Dickens vs. Nathaniel May
July 13: Nathan Gorman vs. Daniel Dubois
July 20: David Price vs. David Allen
July 20: Manny Pacquiao vs. Keith Thurman


July 2: England v Australia, first Women’s ODI
July 3: England v New Zealand, Crick World Cup
July 4: England v Australia, second women’s one-day international
July 7: England v Australia, third women’s one-day international
July 9: Cricket World Cup, first semi-final
July 10: Cricket World Cup, first semi-final
July 11: Cricket World Cup, second semi-final
July 14: Cricket World Cup, finals
July 18-21: England v Australia, women’s Test
July 24-28: England v Ireland, Test
July 26: England v Australia, first women’s Twenty20 international
July 28: England v Australia, second women’s Twenty20 international
July 31: England v Australia, third women’s Twenty20 international


July 6-28: Tour de France
July 23-28: BMX World Championships


July 20-28: 2019 World Matchplay



July 4-7: 3M Open
July 11-14: John Deere Classic
July 18-21: The Open Championship
July 18-21: Barbasol Championship
July 25-28: Barracuda Championship
July 25-28: WGC – FedEx St. Jude Invitational

European Tour

July 4-7: Dubai Duty Free Irish Open
July 11-14: Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open


July 4-7: Thornberry Creek LPGA Classic
July 11-14: Marathon Classic
July 17-20: Dow Great Lakes Bay Invitational
July 25-28: The Evian Championship

Champions Tour

July 11-14: Senior Players Championship
July 25-28: The Senior Open Championship


Expect a lot of player movement in the NHL when free agency opens on July 1st.

Horse Racing:

July 23: Prince of Wales Stakes, Canadian Triple Crown
July 25: The Series starts
July 27: King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes
July 30-August 3: Glorious Goodwood

Mixed Martial Arts:

July 6: UFC 239: Jones vs. Santos, Nunes vs. Holm
July 12: Bellator 224: Budd vs. Rubin
July 13: UFC Fight Night: Sacramento
July 20: UFC Fight Night: San Antonio
July 27: UFC 240: Holloway vs. Edgar

Motor Sports:


July 6: Coke Zero Sugar 400
July 13: Quaker State 400
July 21: Foxwoods Resort Casino 301
July 28: Gander RV 400

Formula One

July 14: British Grand Prix
July 28: German Grand Prix

Formula E

July 13-14: New York City ePrix


July 2: France vs Canada, Women’s Rugby Super Series
July 2: New Zealand vs USA, Women’s Rugby Super Series
July 6: France vs. Canada, Women’s Rugby Super Series
July 6: New Zealand vs. USA, Women’s Rugby Super Series
July 10: England vs. France, Women’s Rugby Super Series
July 10: Canada vs. USA, Women’s Rugby Super Series
July 14: France vs. USA, Women’s Rugby Super Series
July 14: New Zealand vs. England, Women’s Rugby Super Series
July 27: Challenge Cup Semi-Finals
July 27-August 10: World Rugby Pacific Nations Cup


July 2: Women’s World Cup, semi-finals
July 6: Women’s World Cup, match for 3rd place
July 7: Women’s World Cup, final
July 7-20: UEFA European Under-19 Championship
July 16-28: UEFA Women’s Under-19 Championship


July 1-14: Wimbledon Championships


July 6: New Japan Pro Wrestling G1 Climax 29 Opening Day
July 7: Impact Wrestling Slammiversary XVII
July 13: AEW Fight for the Fallen
July 14: WWE Extreme Rules