Did you think that sport would be put aside a little between the Football World Cup and the 2024 Olympics?
The year 2023 will be rich, very rich in competitions of all kinds.
Two will particularly hold our attention: first, chronologically, the Women's Football World Cup, which will take place between July and August in Australia and New Zealand, and where Corinne Deacon's Bleues dream of a first title global.
Then comes the big chunk: for the first time since 2007, France is hosting the Rugby World Cup.
Antoine Dupont's teammates will start on September 8 in the opening match at the Stade de France against New Zealand.
A dream start before hoping to go all the way and offer France its first Rugby World Cup, on October 28 at the Stade de France.
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The 2023 sports calendar
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The rest of the sports news will not be outdone: between the Football Champions League, the Men's and Women's Handball Worlds, the Ski Worlds organized in France, the expectations behind the stars of French sport - Clarisse Agbégnénou, Teddy Riner, Léon Marchand, Kevin Mayer or Pauline Ferrand-Prévot - there will be plenty to do.
Without counting, as the highlight of the show, the Basketball World Cup organized at the end of August and which could be the first international competition of the one who will then be drafted in the NBA, Victor Wembanyama.