Sports fans are in for a treat during the final five months of 2023, with the upcoming calendar packed with a host of top-class events.
Let’s not waste another second and look at some of the sports action you can watch on live streaming services over the coming months.
The 2023/24 Premier League season gets underway in August with an eye-catching line-up of fixtures on the opening weekend.
The standout game is undoubtedly at Stamford Bridge, where last season’s underachievers Chelsea and Liverpool will go head-to-head.
Newcastle United versus Aston is another eye-catching game featuring two teams with their sights set on winning silverware this season.
Rugby World Cup
Rugby union fans will be in their element during September and October as the 10th edition of the Rugby World Cup is staged in France.
The hosts kick off the tournament with a blockbuster clash against New Zealand, and both teams will be desperate to lay down an early marker.
Several respected pundits have tipped Ireland to lift the trophy for the first time, but Australia could be the value bet in a tournament that will attract massive demand for live streams.
UEFA European Championship Qualifiers
The race to reach the 2024 European Championships heats up during the final third of the year, with qualifying matches taking place during September, October and November.
Scotland are well-placed to qualify from Group A but face three difficult trips to Cyprus, Spain and Georgia in their final four matches.
Groups D, E and H are shaping up to be the most competitive, with several teams in each section in with a chance of booking their place at Euro 2024.
The delayed 2022 Asian Games will spark plenty of interest online, with eSports set to feature in the event for the first time.
Millions of people worldwide are expected to watch live streams of the tournaments which include Dota 2, FIFA and League of Legends.
With eSports on track to be included in the Olympic Games in the future, this year’s Asian Games undoubtedly take on additional importance.
The emergence of the controversial LIV Golf Tour and subsequent merger with the PGA Tour add another layer of intrigue to this year’s Ryder Cup.
The competition will start in Rome in late September, and live streams will be available via the Sky Sports app throughout the three-day event.
Team Europe will be gunning for revenge this time around having suffered a humiliating 19-9 defeat when the Ryder Cup was last staged in 2021.
ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup
The ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup will dominate plenty of column inches when it is staged in India during October and November.
All 48 fixtures will be live streamed by cricket fans worldwide, in what will likely be one of the most competitive tournaments ever staged.
Several teams have a genuine chance of getting their hands on the prestigious trophy including India, England, Australia and New Zealand.
British Champions Day
British Champions Day at Ascot in October is the final big meeting of the flat racing season in the United Kingdom.
It is the richest race day in the British calendar and always attracts the finest horses, jockeys, trainers and horses from across the world.
Frankel, Minding and Stradivarius are among the equine superstars who have sparkled in their respective disciplines at this truly unmissable event.
The Breeders’ Cup World Championships has exploded in popularity in recent years, becoming a true global showcase of thoroughbred horse racing.
The two-day meeting in early November is packed with Graded races, all of which are designed to crown the international champion in their particular class.
Santa Anita Park in California is the venue for this year’s Breeders’ Cup, which will attract a massive audience on traditional broadcast outlets and live streaming platforms.
Indoor sports dominate the final month of the year, starting with the 30th-anniversary edition of the Mosconi Cup at the Alexandra Palace in London.
Pool’s version of the Ryder Cup is always a raucous affair, with fans not afraid to support their favourites from Europe and the United States.
Europe are aiming to lift the trophy for the fourth successive year, but the US team will be pulling out all the stops to take it back across the Atlantic Ocean.
World Darts Championship
The World Darts Championship has become part and parcel of the festive period in the UK, providing a fitting end to the sporting calendar.
The sport’s biggest event gets underway on December 15, with 96 players competing for the Sid Waddell Trophy and £2.5 million in prize money.
Michael Smith won the title for the first time at last year’s event but may find it difficult to retain the crown in the face of some extremely tough competition.