Top Sporting Events in November 2023

November is a busy month for sports fans, with major events happening all over the world. In cricket, the ICC Cricket World Cup kicks off on November 3, with the final scheduled for November 10. In football, the Champions League and Premier League continue, with some important matches on the schedule. And in tennis, the ATP Finals and WTA Finals take place, featuring the top eight singles players in the world.


International Cricket Council Cricket World Cup

  • November 3: Afghanistan vs Netherlands (Ekana Sports City, Lucknow, India)
  • November 4: New Zealand vs Pakistan (M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru, India)
  • November 4: England vs Australia (Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad, India)
  • November 5: South Africa vs Bangladesh (Eden Gardens, Kolkata, India)
  • November 6: India vs West Indies (Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai, India)
  • November 7: Afghanistan vs Sri Lanka (Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, Dharamsala, India)
  • November 8: Australia vs Bangladesh (Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, Mirpur, Bangladesh)
  • November 9: England vs New Zealand (Gabba, Brisbane, Australia)
  • November 9: India vs South Africa (Mohali Cricket Stadium, Mohali, India)
  • November 10: Pakistan vs West Indies (Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, Australia)


Top European Leagues: No Defending Champs Leading. November brings key international breaks, UEFA competitions, and tests for early-season stars. Stay tuned for the biggest matches this month

Champions League

  • November 7: Newcastle United at Borussia Dortmund
  • November 28: Newcastle United at PSG
  • November 28: Atletico Madrid at Feyenoord
  • November 29: Manchester United at Galatasaray

These matches are important because they will determine who advances to the knockout stage of the Champions League.

Premier League

  • November 5: Arsenal vs Liverpool
  • November 6: Manchester City vs Tottenham Hotspur
  • November 10: Chelsea vs Manchester United

These matches are important because they feature some of the top teams in the Premier League, and they could have a big impact on the title race.

Other important football matches till November:

  • November 5: USMNT vs England (friendly)
  • November 6: France vs Brazil (friendly)
  • November 9: Argentina vs Italy (friendly)
  • November 10: Spain vs Germany (friendly)

These matches are important because they feature some of the top national teams in the world, and they will give us a good indication of how the teams are shaping up for the 2026 FIFA World Cup


Nov. 7:

  • ATP Finals – Round Robin (Group A)
    • Casper Ruud vs. Carlos Alcaraz
    • Novak Djokovic vs. Stefanos Tsitsipas
  • WTA Finals – Round Robin (Group B)
    • Coco Gauff vs. Paula Badosa
    • Iga Swiatek vs. Anett Kontaveit
Cori Gauff of US returns to Stefanie Voegele of Switzerland (unseen) during the WTA-Upper Austria Ladies tennis match on October 8, 2019 in Linz, Austria. (Photo by BARBARA GINDL / APA / AFP) / Austria OUT (Photo by BARBARA GINDL/APA/AFP via Getty Images)


Nov. 8:

  • ATP Finals – Round Robin (Group B)
    • Daniil Medvedev vs. Felix Auger-Aliassime
    • Andrey Rublev vs. Rafael Nadal
  • WTA Finals – Round Robin (Group A)
    • Ons Jabeur vs. Aryna Sabalenka
    • Maria Sakkari vs. Jessica Pegula

Nov. 9:

  • ATP Finals – Semifinals
  • WTA Finals – Semifinals

Nov. 10:

  • ATP Finals – Final
  • WTA Finals – Final

These matches are all important because they are part of the ATP Finals and WTA Finals, which are the two most prestigious year-end tournaments in tennis. The ATP Finals feature the top eight singles players in the world, while the WTA Finals feature the top eight singles players and top eight doubles teams in the world.

The winners of the ATP Finals and WTA Finals will be crowned the ATP and WTA champions of the year, respectively.

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