Football returned in South Korea in early May - we have news on what's still to come

Coronavirus: List of returning sports across the world, including football, rugby, darts, cricket, tennis and golf


With sport slowly returning as countries across the world continue to fight the coronavirus, Sporting Life has a list of which sports are returning and when.

RETURNING SPORTS

May 8: South Korea's K-League football season began

May 8: UFC 249

May 11: French racing returned at ParisLongchamp

May 14: Korean LPGA golf returns with the KLPGA Championship

May 16: German Bundesliga football - preview package here

May 17: Golf's TaylorMade Driving Relief skins game - full preview here

May 19: Premier League players return for individual training

May 24: Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson plus NFL stars in The Match II

May 26: EFL players return to training

May 28: Australia's NRL

June 1-11: Championship League Snooker

June 1: Flat racing resumes in Britain at Newcastle

June 2: Racecards at Newcastle and Kempton

June 3: First race meetings, including the Classic Trial (provisional)

June 5: Group 1 Coronation Cup (switched from Epsom), Group 3 Abernant Stakes & Listed Paradise Stakes (both switched from Ascot), Newmarket. Listed Oaks Trial and Derby Trial, Lingfield

June 6: Group 1 QIPCO 2000 Guineas, Group 2 Dahlia Fillies' Stakes & Group 3 Palace House Stakes, Newmarket. Action also planned at Newcastle and Lingfield

June TBC: Premier League planning to return

June 6: UFC 250

June 8: Irish racing returns behind closed doors at Naas

June 16-20: Royal Ascot (provisional)

June 11: PGA Tour golf returns in Texas

June 11: Spain's LaLiga restart

June 12: Group 1 Irish 2,000 Guineas & Group 2 Ridgewood Pearl Stakes, The Curragh

June 13: Group 1 Irish 1,000 Guineas & Group 2 Mooresbridge Stakes, The Curragh

June 13: Italy's Serie A

June 13: New Zealand’s Super Rugby mini-series

June 17: Premier League resumes with Manchester City v Arsenal and Aston Villa v Sheffield United

June 20: Belmont Stakes (Leg 1 of US Triple Crown)

June 22: Jumps racing resumes in Ireland, Limerick

July 4: The Derby (provisional)

July 5: The Coral-Eclipse (provisional)

July 5: Austrian Grand Prix marks return of F1

July 8: International cricket returns with England v West Indies first Test at Southampton

July 15: LPGA golf returns in Michigan

July 22: European Tour golf resumes in England

July 30: Premier League Darts returns in Birmingham

July 31: World Snooker Championship

August 6-9: Golf's PGA Championship

August 14: First of 10 meetings in athletics' Diamond League

August 29: Stage one of the rescheduled Tour de France

September 5: NFL season begins as scheduled

September 5: Kentucky Derby (Leg 2 of US Triple Crown)

September 17-20: Golf's US Open

September 25-27: The Ryder Cup

October 3: Preakness Stakes (Leg 3 of US Triple Crown)

November 12-15: Golf's Masters

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