Winter is fast approaching, but there are still loads of sporting events worth checking out in the United Kingdom during the remainder of 2019.
From motorsport to horse racing and more, the UK is set to host plenty of top class action that is guaranteed to keep you on the edge of your seat.
With each of the events offering the chance to experience some of the country’s best cities and countryside as well, there’s no better way to spend a short break away over the coming months.
Read our handy guide to the best sporting events taking place in the UK before the end of 2019.
Wales Rally GB – October 3-6.
Wales Rally GB is the 12th round of the World Rally Championship, taking place over four days of high-octane action.
The event will start with a showpiece event at Oulton Park, Chester, before heading off into tough forest stages in north and mid-Wales.
Visitors can use their winnings from the WinSpark bonus code to explore Snowdonia or Betws-y-Coed, before returning to Llandudno for the Ceremonial Finish on the final day.
ATP World Tour Finals – November 10-17
The season-ending ATP World Tour Finals return to London’s O2 Arena during November, with the world’s top tennis players competing for a prize pool of $9 million.
Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer have already qualified for the event, with a further five players still to book their places.
The tournament provides a great opportunity to explore London’s plethora of tourist attractions or buy a few early Christmas presents.
The UK Snooker Championship – November 26 – December 8
The UK Championship is one of snooker’s most historic events and is considered to be the second biggest ranking tournament on the circuit.
It has been staged in York since 2011 and regularly attracts the top snooker professionals from around the world.
With the venue located in the heart of the city, the event is the perfect way to enjoy a few days touring York’s fantastic mix of historic and modern attractions.
King George VI Chase – December 26
The King George VI Chase is the highlight of the horse racing calendar over the festive period, with thousands of people flocking to Kempton Park to watch the race every year.
Last year’s event was a thriller, with Clan Des Obeaux bursting onto the chasing scene with an impressive victory over the rest of the field.
With London in close proximity and coastal towns like Brighton within driving distance, a trip to Kempton is a great way to have some time away at Christmas.