As a fan the possibilities are endless. Take tennis for example with the French Open in May, The Wimbledon Championship in June and the US Open in August, the summer months could quite easily be spent dotting around the globe to watch the top seeds battle on grass, clay and hard courts. But if that isn't quite action packed enough the summer months of 2018 also feature the Ryder Cup, taking place just outside of Paris - a perfect opportunity for a family affair, to take in the sites and watch the European Team take revenge on their American counterparts. The options in Paris seem endless and there aren't many once in a lifetime sporting events better than watching the final stage of the Tour de France as riders battle it out in a sprint after 23 days over 2,200 miles - its definitely worth watching, with many champions being crowned on the Champs Elysees.
If globetrotting for sport sounds like your thing Formula 1 is the ultimate experience and there is nothing quite like being there in person. The F1 calendar is pretty packed from Bahrain to Brazil but our recommendation is the Singapore night Grand Prix on the Marina Bay Street circuit. Here you can hear the rumble of the engines echoing off of glass adorned skyscrapers and enjoy an evening concert at the venue. Each year the concert features some of the world's biggest stars performing on the world's largest floating stage.
Any true Welsh sports-fan is far too familiar with sideways rain and a boggy pitch whilst cheering on the local boys. The Autumn Internationals are always a great affair and come with the added comfort of a roof for those rainy afternoons. Looking a little further afield the British and Irish Lions tour to South Africa in 2021 looks to be a slightly warmer affair with an opportunity to watch teams compete in venues that are part of folktale, such as Johannesburg's Ellis Park.
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