July 2021 Sports Calendar

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The sports are going down in July! We will see a Stanley Cup and NBA champion crowned this month after a long and grueling season for both leagues. Whoever wins it this season definitely deserves it as those teams have been through so much.

What I’m really excited about this month is what I considered to be the best tournament in golf: The Open Championship. This year’s tournament will take place at Royal St George’s in Sandwich, Kent, England. This is The Open’s first time back here since 2011 when Darren Clarke dominated the field. A big month for the Champions Tour as well with both the Senior U.S. Open and Senior Open Championship.

The 4th of July will be great for auto racing with both an F1 race and a NASCAR race. When it’s hot outside, it can be a lot of fun to sit in the air conditioning and watch some cars drive impossibly fast.

One of the biggest events of this month has to be Conor McGregor’s return to the ring for UFC 264. This will be his first fight since January, a loss to Poirier, and his third match with Poirier overall.

Check out the complete July 2021 Sports Calendar below.


We have games all month in July including the 2021 MLB All Star Game. That game will take place in Denver at Coors Field, the best hitting park in all of baseball, so it should be a fun one.

July 11-13: MLB Draft
July 13: MLB All Star Game
July 30: MLB Trade Deadline


The NBA Conference Finals will finish up this month before the NBA Finals begin on July 8th. We will see a champion crowned by July 22 at the latest.

July 8: NBA Finals begins
July 29: NBA Draft


July 3: Yuriorkis Gamboa vs. Chris Colbert
July 9: Sullivan Barrera vs. Gilberto Ramirez Sanchez
July 17: Jermell Charlo vs. Brian Carlos Castano
July 24: Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder


The biggest event in cycling will finish up this month.

June 26-July 18: Tour de France


July 17-25: 2021 World Matchplay

Golf – PGA Tour:

My personal favorite event in all of golf, The Open, takes place this month.

July 1-4: Rocket Mortgage Classic
July 8-11: John Deere Classic
July 15-18: Barbasol Championship
July 15-18: The Open at Royal St George’s
July 22-25: 3M Open

Golf – European Tour:

July 1-4: Irish Open
July 8-11: Scottish Open
July 15-18: The Open at Royal St George’s
July 22-25: Wales Open
July 29-August 1: ISPS HANADA World Invitational

Golf – LPGA:

July 1-4: Volunteers of America Classic
July 8-11: Marathon Classic
July 14-17: Dow Great Lakes Bay Invitational
July 22-25: The Amundi Evian Championship
July 29-August 1: ISPS HANDA World Invitational

Golf – Champions Tour:

July 2-4: DICK’s Sporting Goods Open
July 8-11: U.S. Senior Open Championship
July 22-25: The Senior Open Championship


An NHL Stanley Cup champion will be crowned.

Mixed Martial Arts:

Conor McGregor has his first fight since January 2021, a rubber rematch with Dustin Poirier.

July 10: UFC 264 – Poirier vs. McGregor 3
July 16: Bellator 262: Velasquez vs Kielholtz
July 17: UFC Fight Night: Makhachev vs Moises
July 24: UFC Fight Night: Sandhagen vs Dillashaw
July 31: UFC Fight Night: Hall vs Strickland

Motor Sports – Formula 1:

July 4: Austrian Grand Prix
July 18: British Grand Prix

Motor Sports – NASCAR:

July 4: Jockey Made in America 250
July 11: Quaker State 400
July 18: Foxwoods Resort Casino 301


A big month for soccer as we see the finals of both Euro 2020 and Copa America 2020.

July 2-3: Euro 2020 Quarterfinals
July 6-7: Euro 2020 Semifinals
July 11: Euro 2020 Final

July 2-3: Copa America Quarterfinals
July 5-6: Copa America Semifinals
July 9: Third place playoff
July 10: Copa America Final


What many people consider to be the best major will finish up this month as Wimbeldon championships are crowned.

June 28-July 11: Wimbeldon


WWE makes their return to live crowds with WWE Money in the Bank. We will also see Impact put on one of their biggest shows of the year with a lot of potential surprises.

July 17: Impact Slammiversary
July 18: WWE Money in the Bank