Nottingham Sporting Events 2019

By May 8th, 2019News

Nottingham has for many years hosted some world-class sporting events and has great sporting pedigree. See what’s on the calendar in 2019.

Whether you’re visiting Nottingham just for the day to watch one of these great sporting events, or making the most of a short break away, we hope you enjoy some exhilarating sport. If you are looking for a hotel in Nottingham give us a call on 0115 988 1900 to check our best rates.



The Cricket World Cup 2019, Trent Bridge

Friday 31 May – Thursday 20 June

The world-famous Trent Bridge is playing host to five Cricket World Cup matches, with England, Australia, India, Pakistan, New Zealand, the West Indies and Bangladesh all visiting Nottingham during the competition.



The Accenture World Triathlon Mixed Relay Nottingham

Saturday 15 June 2019

This is set to be a big sporting event on Saturday 15th June with triathlon stars from around the globe making an appearance. Support the British team as they battle it out against the world’s best triathletes in the World Triathlon #TriMixedRelay Series for qualification points towards Tokyo 2020!

Spectators will experience world-class action as triathlon quartets swim, bike and run over ultra-short distances in the sports newest Olympic discipline of mixed relay.



Nature Valley Open, Nottingham Tennis Centre

Saturday 8 – Sunday 16 June 2019

The Nature Valley Open returns to Nottingham in 2019 as men’s and women’s tennis combine once again for an explosive week of on-court action.

Situated in the leafy suburbs just minutes from the city centre, Nottingham Tennis Centre will again play host to this prestigious pre-Wimbledon tournament. Fans are in for a treat as some of the world’s best male and female players take to the court! Don’t miss out on the chance to watch and enjoy a fun-filled day out.



Ikano Bank Robin Hood Marathon

Saturday 28 & Sunday 29 September 2019

Join thousands of runners for Ikano Bank Robin Hood Marathon Events. The original race started and finished in the Old Market Square, in Nottingham City Centre. From 1982 onwards the race has started and finished from the Victoria Embankment (Nottingham) taking in some of Nottingham’s most historical and scenic sights, including the City Centre and Nottingham Castle, Wollaton Park, the University of Nottingham and the National Watersports Centre at Holme Pierrepont.



Holme Pierrepoint, Nottingham

The national watersports centre holds a wide range of events throughout the year, To witness some of the best water sports competitions in the country click on the link above to see the various events throughout the year. It’s home to Warrior Assault, the family-friendly Obstacle Mud Run, the location for the prestigious Outlaw Triathlon events, as well as British Canoeing. The majority of events are free to  watch, with just car parking charges applicable.

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