Sports fans set for action-packed finish to the year

Sports fans are in for a treat during the final third of 2019, with loads of top action taking place across the world before the end of the year.

American Football, rugby, Formula 1 and golf are amongst a packed line-up that is sure to keep fans on the edge of their seats over the coming months.

Read on as we look at some of the best sporting events being staged from September onwards.

The NFL

The new National Football League season gets underway in September in what will be a landmark 100th season for the competition.

Old rivals Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers kick-off the campaign, while reigning champions New England Patriots meet Pittsburgh Steelers in their season opener.

The Patriots are favourites to win the title for a seventh time and plenty of punters will be eager to use Winorama Codes to boost their bankroll in order to back them to lift the trophy once again.

Rugby World Cup

Only the Summer Olympics and the Soccer World Cup are bigger than the Rugby World Cup, highlighting the tournament’s importance in the sporting calendar.

This year’s event will be staged in Japan, with 20 teams battling it out over seven weeks for the right to be called the best rugby union team in the world.

Japan’s stunning mix of modern attractions, historic culture and fantastic scenery make it the ideal place to undertake a truly memorable sporting vacation.

Formula 1

If you fancy watching the thrills and spills of Formula 1 at a jaw-dropping venue, there is no better place to do it than at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix in December.

British star Lewis Hamilton will be chasing his fifth victory in 11 years in the race as he bids to round off the season by claiming yet another F1 world title.

With gourmet food, post-race concerts and a plethora of excellent local attractions, the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix is a great way to experience motorsport’s top competition.

The Presidents Cup

Some of the world’s best golfers will be in action as the prestigious Presidents Cup takes place in Melbourne, Australia, during December.

A team of top America stars will go head-to-head with a stellar line-up of international golfers in an event that has a similar format to the Ryder Cup.

Melbourne’s superb mix of culture, shopping, bars and nightlife will help to ensure that visitors have plenty to do away from the golf course.

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