Speaking of traveling became a taboo of sorts during 2020 given the global pandemic the world sadly fell into. Still, the idea of traveling, especially for sports fans could be considered a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity has always lingered in the minds of people. While we return to our normal way of life, or even more a “new normal” lifestyle where ideas like traveling for headlining sporting events will be more and more of a possibility let’s look at some events that should be in every sport betting fans’ bucket list.
FIFA World Cup, Soccer’s Biggest Party
If there is one thing that is veridical and true in the sporting industry is that there is no sport as popular in the world as soccer. With a following of around 3,5 to 4 billion people, the FIFA World Cup tournament has the power to bring countries to a scratching halt if their national team is playing. For soccer players, coaches and fans there is nothing bigger than being able to win the World Cup. For a whole month, the host country becomes the epicenter of all soccer-related activities and said hosts sure make a point to show the world that they are the place to be at.
Soccer fans that travel to the World Cup are treated to around-the-clock activities, concerts, meet and greets with some of the sport’s most important personalities as well as the most important event in the calendar, the games themselves. Tickets for World Cup games are usually gone in instants with tickets for the Championship game sometimes reaching price tags big enough for fans to be able to buy a car or a small house with the money.
The Summer and Winter Olympic Games, Sports’ Must-See Events!
If there are two events that can boast the claim to be able to bring the sporting world to hold without them being a one-day affair, then look no further than the Summer and Winter Olympic Games. Both events which happen in selected cities every four years and span throughout a whole month bring together the best exponents of the sporting world to compete for the ultimate prize, Olympic gold.
The Summer and Winter Olympic Games are the biggest all-around sporting events on any athlete’s calendar. With competitions that span through almost all professional sports disciplines, fans are treated to a vast selection of activities, competitions and events in cities that become the sporting capital of the world for that period of time. With the Summer Olympic Games set to begin in mid-2021 in Tokyo, Japan, after having to be postponed because of the COVID-19 pandemic and the Winter Olympic Games to be held in early 2022 in China the hopes of health and safety protocols being strong enough to allow fans to participate are slim but not at all dead, time and precautions will give the final word.
The Super Bowl, America’s Biggest Sports Event of the Year
The NFL Super Bowl can easily be considered the most important sporting and entertainment event in the calendar in the United States. While some may consider it to be all about the actual football game, at the end of the day the Super Bowl is an event with many facets, the actual football game being one of them. With show-stopping performances featuring some of the biggest musical artists of the moment, especially the coveted halftime show which has seen the likes of Michael Jackson, Prince, the Rolling Stone and Beyoncé perform, just to name a few artists the Super Bowl is the event to be at every year.
Cities that host the Super Bowl transform themselves into football cities to be able to offer fans the best football-related experience prior to the actual game. Football fans are known to be some of the most passionate and loyal fans in the sporting world so spending a good chunk of cash in order to live the Super Bowl experience at least once in a lifetime is a definite must.