If you’re into sports betting, 2021 maybe a year of enormous returns for your money. That’s because numerous sporting events that’ll be taking place will undoubtedly present many betting options. Whether you’ll have the chance to be at the venues or that home following through your TV/phone screens, you can place your wagers seamlessly online. While this article can’t mention all upcoming sporting activities, here are some events in 2021 that nobody should think of missing.
Between April 8th and 10th, 2021, the world’s biggest horse racing event will take place in Liverpool. It’s always a crowded event, so horse racing fans are already hoping the viral pandemic won’t be a bummer in the coming year, not just for this amazing event, but for many others such as Cheltenham 2021. The three-day-long event is usually full of activities, with the big race taking place on the last day, the 10th. If sports betting is one of your skills, then the Grand National is an event you don’t want to miss.
On Sunday, February 7th, 2021, the Super Bowl action will be taking place in Miami, at the Hard Rock stadium. American football might not have the same popularity as ‘soccer’, but it remains the United States’ greatest sporting event. Make no mistake; with the growing worldwide NFL fan base, sport betting fans have already begun exploring odds and looking out for predictions. So, if you feel lucky, you might want to place your bets too, and give yourself the chance to win big.
The Formula One World Championships
If you are a fan of high-speed, adrenaline-pumping action, then you should be getting set for the formula one world championships. The organizers have revealed a 9-month long schedule of 23 races to begin on March 19 with the Australian Grand Prix. It will then end in December with the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Twenty-three races are a lot of opportunities to place your bets and win serious money. In 2019, Hamilton made winning look like taking candy from a baby. 2021 is another year to watch out for with strong contenders like Charles Leclerc and Max Verstappen.
The Champions League Final
In just about five months and a few days away, one of the biggest football matches will take place at the Ataturk Stadium in Turkey. Perhaps, after the men’s FIFA World Cup, the UEFA champions league is one of the world’s greatest sporting events. It’s going to be an event of the year with the likes of Bayern Munich, Barcelona, PSG, and Liverpool still contending in the round of 16.
While it might be too early to predict the two final teams that’ll lock horns at Ataturk Stadium come May 29, that doesn’t stop you from taking a wild guess if you are a sports betting fan. Remember, the higher the risk, the higher the odds, and returns.
Another sporting event you don’t want to miss is the Grand slams. Aside from the opportunity to get returns for your bets, you don’t want to miss tennis action from big names like Djokovic, Serena, Federer, Nadal. We might even be witnessing upsets like that of the 2019 US Open, where washed-out number 78, Grigor Dimitrov, broke his losing streak against Roger Federer. He sent the five-time former champion packing and clinched for himself, a place in the semi-final.