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

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

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.


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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