Sporting events going on in London in February 2019

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London is a unique city in terms of diversity. The population of this capital city speaks over 300 languages and one can find the representatives of nearly every nation across the globe. One of the only things that attract such a diverse demographic is sporting events.

Londoners love sports and the fan base of different sports here are serious and fanatical. The enthusiasm and passion they show for any sporting event is world-class. The 2012 Paralympic and Olympic were the greatest display of their fervent spirit towards sport.

There are many wealthy sport venues in London- Olympic Stadium, Lee Valley Velodrome, Hyde Park and Aquatics Centre etc. are eminent among them. Since the city is connected to almost 180 destinations worldwide via its five airports, these classy venues also hold international sporting events.

Football is a very popular game in London. The buzz about sporting events in London in February 2019 is topped with Premier League’s match between Manchester United and Fullham on 9th February starting at 12:30 GMT.

However, there are many other upcoming sporting events being held in London in February 2019. Let us have a look at those:

Adapted Sports Course

This event is focused on coaching differently abled people in East London. The event is organized by an organization called Disability Sports Coach at Britannia Leisure Centre, Hyde Road on February 1, Friday, from 9:30 am in the morning. The agenda of the event is to provide practical training to coaches and teachers about how to help differently abled people to take part in sport. The entry fee for the course is £136.83. The course will deal with setting of equipment, rule and tactics for games like Boccia, Table Cricket, Goalball, Polybat etc.

Sport Imperial: Healthy Living Week (TENNIS)

Sport imperial has taken up this amazing initiative called Healthy Living Week to promote healthy living among Londoners. This week-long program will include a tennis match. The event is organized at Hyde Park Tennis Centre on February 1, 2019. It is just an hour-long program starting at 1 pm in the afternoon and wrapping up at 2 pm. There is no entry fee for this event- you can sign up yourself and your friends for a match of tennis. There will be activators to support the event and motivate the audience.

Super Bowl ’19

This is London’s biggest super bowl screening event happening for the past 10 years. This year the Screening will be held at The Grand, Clapham on Sunday, February 3. Any enthusiast aged over 18 is welcome to attend the screening. The ticket price ranges between £6.00 and £180.00. This is an all-night event starting at 9 pm at night and it will continue till 4 am in the morning. Along with the sport screening, the spectators will be served delicious food and drink. There are only 50 seats and each seat offers a free beer.

Cancer Research UK London Winter Run 2019

Cancer research, UK has come up with this brilliant initiative called London Winter Run and its 2019 version is going to be held on Sunday, February 3. The event invites people to join for an iconic 10 Kilometre run through the closed roads in Central London. The organizers have promised winter surprises in the course of the run and the route will pose an opportunity to pass by many of London’s famous landmarks. The event starts at 9:00 am in the morning and will continue till 1:00 pm.

Legends of Darts

This iconic event hosted at Infernos will bring back the legends from the history of darts. On Saturday, February 9, this fun-filled event will be welcoming Bobby George, Colin Lloyd, Keith Deller and Wayne Mardle- the famous dart players of the past. Anybody who is a dart follower and over 18 can come and enjoy the event full of fun, partying and activities 5 pm onward. The exhibition of games will start from 6 pm. The tickets cost in the range of £10.00 – £15.00. They also offer a system of table booking to help groups sit together and enjoy the event together.

DSC South Games – free sports event for disabled people

Disability sports coach organize free sport event called DSC South Games for differently abled people on Tuesday, February 19, 2019. This is an opportunity to spread motivation and sporting spirit among differently abled people. The event will be addressed by a special guest (TBD) and all the local disability organizations will join hands for this initiative. The event starts at The Castle Centre from 10:00 am in the morning and will continue till 2:30 pm in the afternoon. The registration is going on.

RaceRunning and Athletics Inclusive Session

Another sport event initiative taken up for differently abled children and young people by RaceRunning is taking place where it will be a coaching session for especially abled children to take part in sport. There are many children who are unable to run on their own. RaceRunning is this innovative sport where a three-wheeled frame it attached to the athlete’s body to support them and the runner propels the frame with the help of their feet. The event will take place on Tuesday, February 19 at Waltham Forest Feel Good Centre. This event, designed to take place from 1:00 pm in the afternoon to 3:00 pm in the afternoon, will include sessions with experienced coaches and first-hand experience through adapted athletic equipment.

DS London – Growing Rugby through Digital Innovation

2019 is an important year for rugby as the World Cup is going to be held in Japan. Digital Sport London is organizing this talk session for rugby enthusiasts on Tue, 26 February at Pinsent Masons from 18:30 from 21:30. The panel will include Martyn Hindley and James Abraham, two big names among the rugby associations worldwide. The topic of discussion is ‘ways to ensure that rugby is marketed with the best possibilities so that it can face the upcoming challenges over the next few years.’ The ticket costs £21.91.

There are many other sporting events happening in London in February, 2019. The enthusiasm of people and sport lovers in London continue to make grounds for more and more sport events to take place round the year.

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Kate Brown is a senior content writer and a travel blogger & have written lots of articles on travel. Currently, she is associated with Jewels Airport Transfers, which offers reliable to and from Airport Transfer Services in UK