Nothing compares to watching your favourite player make the winning goal live. The intoxicating atmosphere, the unforgettable roar of the crowd, the ability to say “I was there” as history is made in your beloved sport.
With an exhilarating mix of sport events played against the backdrop of some of the world’s most iconic destinations, we’ve compiled a list of our favourite events not-to-be missed this summer.
3rd June – Emirates FA Cup Final – Wembley Stadium, London
The 2023 FA Cup Final is set to make history with the tournament’s first ever Manchester derby. Manchester City will take on Manchester United, competing to lift the coveted trophy under the legendary Wembley Stadium arch. This highly-anticipated event will see one of these titans of English football end their season on a high.
10th June – UEFA Champions League Final – Atatürk Olympic Stadium, Istanbul
For the first time since 2005, Atatürk Olympic Stadium will host the UEFA Champions League final this June. Witness the best teams from Europe’s domestic league compete for one of the most sought-after trophies in football. There is no comparison to witnessing a final of this magnitude reach its climax first-hand.
3rd – 16th July – Wimbledon – All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club, London
Widely considered to be the pinnacle of tennis Grand Slams, tennis enthusiasts will be heading to SW19 for another unforgettable year at Wimbledon. On 15th July, the ladies’ singles final and gentlemen’s double final will take to the court. The gentlemen’s singles final and ladies’ double final will be held on 16th July.
9th July – Formula 1 British Grand Prix – Silverstone Circuit, Northamptonshire
Thought to be one of the championship’s fastest circuits, with speeds in excess of 140mph, immerse yourself in the vibrant energy at the Formula 1 British Grand Prix at Silverstone. This year sees the sporting weekend arrive in style with the first ever British Grand Prix Launch Party.
20th – 23rd July – The Open – Royal Liverpool Golf Club, Merseyside
The world’s best golfers will compete for the Claret Jug on the links of Hoylake as Royal Liverpool play host to The 151st Open this July. Rory McIlroy lifted the Champion Trophy back in 2014 when Royal Liverpool last hosted The Open. It awaits to be seen who will leave their imprint on the game this year.
20th July – 20th August – FIFA Women’s World Cup – Australia and New Zealand
The spotlight will be on Australia and New Zealand this summer as they co-host the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup for the first time in the southern hemisphere. Matches are set to take place across nine cities between the two countries. Women’s football has gained significant popularity over recent years and this year the tournament will be the largest ever, with 32 competing nations.
Travel with jetlogic for a summer of sport
Travelling by private jet charter is the ultimate way to experience your favourite sport. With no delays, no crowds and no long queues, you can cheer on your beloved team or player as they compete around the world with an unrivalled travel experience.
Chartering a private jet with jetlogic guarantees absolute private and complete flexibility. With private jets able to land at smaller local airports, you can arrive closer to your destination and start enjoying the event before other spectators
With many high-profile sporting matches and races usually taking place over the weekend, a private charter allows you to travel by the schedule you choose. Ensure no interruptions to your regular activities and return home straight after the game. Or travel to another country to absorb yourself in the summer of sport.
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