This year promises to entertain us with a host of exciting sports championships. Besides the annual events, 2020 is also the year of the Summer Olympics. Check out the five biggest sporting events of 2020.

Super Bowl LIV (February 2)

The Super Bowl is always the first major sporting event to kick off the new year. The biggest stories of the NFL Playoffs so far have been the fall of the New England Patriots and the Lamar Jackson-led Baltimore Ravens.

The two teams competing for the 2020 Vince Lombardi Trophy are the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers. Start preparing for your Super Bowl party now, because the 54th edition in Miami could turn out to be something special.

2020 UEFA Champions League Final (May 30)

All year long, the top soccer teams in Europe compete against one another for a chance to earn a spot in the UEFA Champions League Final. Istanbul will host the two biggest clubs in the world, featuring the sport’s most talented stars.

2020 NBA Finals (June)

The NBA free agency finally brought balance back to the league after many years of dominating “superteams” such as the Golden State Warriors and Miami Heat.

This year, there are many teams who have a shot at making it to the finals, including the Los Angeles Lakers, Los Angeles Clippers, and Milwaukee Bucks.

UEFA Euro 2020 (June 12- July 12) 

The Champions League Final isn’t the only major sporting event from UEFA taking place in 2020. This year also marks the return of the European Championships.

This tournament features the best European national teams. Euro 2020 will also be unique, with 12 host cities instead of a country to commemorate the event’s 60th anniversary.

2020 Summer Olympics (July 24– August 9)

Perhaps the biggest sporting event of 2020 belongs to the Summer Olympics. The 2020 Summer Games will take place in Tokyo and bring together some of the biggest athletes in the world.

Tokyo 2020 will also feature new sporting events like skateboarding, baseball/softball, karate, sport climbing, and surfing.

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