Let the Countdown Begin! The Biggest International Sporting Events of Summer Are Quickly Approaching.

Posted by Vanessa Lotz | March 4, 2019 | Sports

Each year, during the peak of summer, some of the most exciting international sporting events get underway. Summer 2019 will be extra special because the FIFA Women’s World Cup will take place (which only happens every 4 years) and Major League baseball will hold a series of games in London for the very first time. Before we get into the details of the biggest events, we want to share an update with you on two events that many of you have been asking us about:

Monaco Grand Prix • May 23 – 26, 2019

We are proud to announce that we are offering tickets to the 2019 Monaco Grand Prix. Due of the special handling for this unique event, you will not be able to view or purchase tickets through the Portal. Please contact us directly at travel@events365.com to inquire about ticket types and pricing. We look forward to assisting you with this once in a lifetime event!

The 2020 Summer Olympics • July 24 – August 9, 2020 • Tokyo, Japan

We will carry inventory for the 2020 Summer Olympics in Japan, but it is still not available on our platform. Once tickets become available, we will announce it via email and social media. Stay tuned!


Mitel & MLB Present London Series 2019

New York Yankees@ Boston Red Sox

Old Rivalry, New Ground

Saturday, June 29, 2019 @ 6:10pm BST / Sunday, July 30, 2019 @ 3:10pm BST

This summer, for the first time ever, Major League Baseball will go to bat across the pond at London Stadium (home of the 2012 Olympics). From June 29 – 30, you can witness one of the oldest and fiercest rivalries in baseball, when the Boston Red Sox host the New York Yankees for a series of two games.

While General Tickets have already sold out, you can count on Events 365 for tickets to the excitement of MLB baseball overseas. Inspired by the popularity for the NFL’s London Games, this will mark the first time that the MLB will hold regular season games in Europe, and the fan-favorite baseball rivalry promises to bring out record attendance.

To purchase tickets, please click HERE

Seating Info:

Boston Red Sox will be occupying the dugout along the first base line, to the right of home plate.  

New York Yankees will be occupying the dugout along the third base line, to the left of home plate.  

Stadium Information:

London Stadium island will open four hours before the first pitch, 9:10 am EST / 2:10 pm BST (local London time) on Saturday, June 29 and 6:10 am EST / 11:10 am BST on Sunday, June 30. Entertainment, food, and beverages are available at the stadium throughout the day. Please note that there will be no General Parking.


Wimbledon

July 1 – 14, 2019

Wimbledon, England

Wimbledon is a name familiar to most. Not only is it the oldest tennis match in the world, but by many standards, it is also the most prestigious. Its first match was held in 1877, and this year it will take place July 1 – 14, 2019. The event hosts both singles and doubles matches for ladies and gentlemen, and has drawn the talent of tennis pros like John McEnroe, Serena and Venus Williams, Andre Agassi, Roger Federer, and Rafael Nadal.

Wimbledon, England is just a 45 minute drive or 35 minute train ride east from London. The grounds have a total of 18 grass courts, and the tennis matches of Wimbledon are played on Centre Court and No.1 Court. In addition to those, there are eight American Clay courts and five indoor courts, two Greenset Velvalux and three Greenset Trophy. In the surrounding area, Aorangi Park, there are 22 grass courts and two green acrylic courts. The total area, including the parking lots, covers over 42 acres.

To purchase tickets, please click HERE.

View our Wimbledon Buying Guide HERE.

The Five Main Events:

  • Gentlemen’s Singles
  • Ladies’ Singles
  • Gentlemen’s Doubles
  • Ladies’ Doubles
  • Mixed Doubles

Seating Categories:

  • Centre Court
    • Debenture
  • Court 1 (smaller, circular)
    • Middle

 

Date Provisional Schedule of Play

(Subject to Change)

Monday, July 1 Reigning Men’s Singles Champion opens play on Centre Court. Men’s & Ladies first round matches
Tuesday, July 2 Reigning Ladies’ Singles Champion opens play on Centre Court. Men’s & Ladies first round matches
Wednesday, July 3 Second round matches, Men’s & Ladies singles; First round matches Men’s & Ladies doubles
Thursday, July 4 Second round matches, Men’s & Ladies singles; First round matches Mixed doubles
Friday, July 5 Third round matches, Men’s and Ladies singles
Saturday, July 6 Third round matches, Men’s and Ladies’ Singles; Second round matches, Men’s and Ladies’ Doubles; First round matches Mixed Doubles
Sunday, July 7 No Play
Monday, July 8 Fourth round matches, Men’s and Ladies’ Singles; Third round matches, Men’s and Ladies’ Doubles; Second round matches, Mixed Doubles
Tuesday, July 9 Quarter Finals, Ladies Singles; Fourth round matches, Men’s Singles. Third round matches; Men’s and Ladies’ Doubles & Mixed doubles
Wednesday, July 10 Quarter Finals, Men’s Singles, Men’s and Ladies’ Doubles; Third round Mixed Doubles
Thursday, July 11 Semi Finals, Ladies Singles, Men’s and Ladies’ Doubles; Quarter Finals Mixed Doubles
Friday, July 12 Semi Finals, Men’s Singles, Men’s and Ladies’ Doubles; Quarter Finals Mixed Doubles
Saturday, July 13 Finals, Ladies Singles, Men’s Doubles, Mixed Doubles
Sunday, July 14 Finals, Men’s Singles, Ladies Doubles

 


FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019

The Final Countdown to France 2019 Begins

June 7 – July 7

The FIFA World Cup takes place every four years and attracts fans from across the world to celebrate soccer in the elected host country. This year, the FIFA Women’s World Cup will take place in 9 beautiful host cities across France: Montpellier, Nice, Valenciennes, Paris, Lyon, Reims, Le Havre, Grenoble, Rennes.

The festivities and 52 matches will take place from June 7 – July 7, giving you plenty of chances to vacation in France and see your team win. Join other soccer enthusiasts during the 4 weeks of celebration for this once in a lifetime opportunity.

To purchase tickets, please click HERE.

View our FIFA Women’s World Cup Buying Guide HERE.

This year, the following teams have qualified to participate in the event:

View the Schedule Below

Saturday, June 8
Time Group Court Teams
9:00 B Roazhon Park

Rennes

Germany vs. China PR
12:00 B Stade Océane

Le Havre

Spain vs. South Africa
15:00 A Stade Auguste-Delaune

Reims

Norway vs. Nigeria
Sunday, June 9
Time Group Court Teams
7:00 C Stade du Hainaut

Valenciennes

Austria vs. Italy
9:30 C Stade des Alpes

Grenoble

Brazil vs. Jamaica
12:00 D Stade de Nice

Nice

England vs. Scotland
Monday, June 10
Time Group Court Teams
12:00 D Parc des Princes

Paris

Argentina vs. Japan
15:00 E Stade de la Mosson

Montpellier

Canada vs. Cameroon
Tuesday, June 11
Time Group Court Teams
9:00 E Stade Océane

Le Havre

New Zealand vs. Netherlands
12:00 F Roazhon Park

Rennes

Chile vs. Sweden
15:00 F Stade Auguste-Delaune

Reims

USA vs. Thailand
Wednesday, June 12
Time Group Court Teams
9:00 A Stade des Alpes

Grenoble

Nigeria vs. Korea Republic
12:00 B Stade du Hainaut

Valenciennes

Germany vs. Spain
15:00 A Stade de Nice

Nice

France vs. Norway
Thursday, June 13
Time Group Court Teams
12:00 C Stade de la Mosson

Montpellier

Australia vs. Brazil
15:00 B Parc des Princes

Paris

South Africa vs. China PR
Friday, June 14
Time Group Court Teams
9:00 D Roazhon Park

Rennes

Japan vs. Scotland
12:00 C Stade Auguste-Delaune

Reims

Jamaica vs. Argentina
15:00 D Stade Océane

Le Havre

England vs. Argentina
Saturday, June 15
Time Group Court Teams
9:00 E Stade du Hainaut

Valenciennes

Netherlands vs. Cameroon
15:00 E Stade des Alpes

Grenoble

Canada vs. New Zealand
Sunday, June 16
Time Group Court Teams
9:00 F Stade de Nice

Nice

Sweden vs. Thailand
12:00 F Parc des Princes

Paris

USA vs. Chile
Monday, June 17
Time Group Court Teams
12:00 B Stade Océane

Le Havre

China PR vs. Spain
12:00 B Stade de la Mosson

Montpellier

South Africa vs. Germany
15:00 A Roazhon Park

Rennes

Nigeria vs. France
15:00 A Stade Auguste-Delaune

Reims

Korea Republic vs. Norway
Tuesday, June 18
Time Group Court Teams
15:00 C Stade des Alpes

Grenoble

Jamaica vs. Australia
15:00 C Stade du Hainaut

Valenciennes

Italy vs. Brazil
Wednesday, June 19
Time Group Court Teams
15:00 D Stade de Nice

Nice

Japan vs. England
15:00 D Parc des Princes

Paris

Scotland vs. Argentina
Thursday, June 20
Time Group Court Teams
12:00 E Stade de la Mosson

Montpellier

Cameroon vs. New Zealand
12:00 E Stade Auguste-Delaune

Reims

Netherlands vs. Canada
15:00 F Stade Océane

Le Havre

Sweden vs. USA
15:00 F Roazhon Park

Rennes

Thailand vs. Chile

 

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