Sport on TV 2019 calendar: How to watch every event on Sky Sports, BT Sport, Amazon Prime, BBC and more

Find out which channel every major sporting event is on TV this year, including full details from BBC, ITV, Sky Sports, BT Sport, Eurosport and more

Dina Asher-Smith

Find out when and where every major sporting event in 2019 is on TV with RadioTimes.com’s full guide to the year in sport.

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From the 2019 World Athletics Championships to the Rugby World Cup to the 2019/20 Premier League season, we’ve listed all the major sporting events taking place this year.

RadioTimes.com will regularly update and add events to our guide to the best sport on BBC, ITV, Sky Sports, BT Sport, Eurosport and more, meaning you’ll never miss a moment.

Sport on TV in 2019 calendar


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October


Until 2nd Nov: Rugby World Cup 2019 (ITV)

Tournament preview, TV guide, fixture list


10-15th: Euro 2020 qualifiers (ITV/Sky Sports/NOW TV)


12th: Super League Grand Final – St Helens v Salford Red Devils (Sky Sports/NOW TV)

Match preview, how to watch, prediction


13th: F1 – Japanese Grand Prix (Sky Sports/NOW TV)

Race preview, UK times, TV guide


19th: Horse racing – Ascot Champions Day


22nd: NBA 2019/20 season begins (Sky Sports/NOW TV)

Season preview, UK TV guide, fixture list


27th: F1 – Mexican Grand Prix (Sky Sports/NOW TV)


November

1st-3rd Dec: Cricket – England tour of New Zealand

3rd: F1 – United States Grand Prix (Sky Sports/NOW TV)


11-17th: ATP Tennis finals (Sky Sports/NOW TV)

Tournament preview, how to watch, schedule


14-19th: Euro 2020 qualifiers (ITV/Sky Sports/NOW TV)

17th: F1 – Brazilian Grand Prix (Sky Sports/NOW TV)

18-24th: Davis Cup tennis (BBC)

26th-8th Dec: UK Snooker Championship (BBC/Eurosport)


December

1st: F1 season ends: Abu Dhabi Grand Prix (Sky Sports/NOW TV)


7th: Boxing – Anthony Joshua v Andy Ruiz Jr (Sky Sports Box Office)

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