This company is an early-stage startup that built their sports planning website during the pandemic.
With sports returning sporadically after Covid and fixtures changing time and location frequently, it sounds like the Fixture Calendar team are working non-stop to keep the site up to date.
This site has a lot of flexibility, and it means they are often more accurate than Google and look much further into the future than BBC Sport and similar wesbites.
One of the things I love about Fixture Calendar is being able to search by location or date, so I can see exactly what sports are happening in a particular date range.
You can experience this:
“Are you free for my aunty’s 70th birthday party on the last weekend in July?”
“Let me check the calendar.” – final Lions v SA Test and Tokyo Olympics days 8 & 9 – “Nope, sorry Aunty.”
An added bonus is the addition of curated links to news, stats, tickets, watch online and more- and they’ve got lots of new features to come down the line.
The website is one of the best out there for accurate sports fixture information- especially for the longer term- and I will be bookmarking this site for whenever I want time-zone clarity.
Give it a go, you might find it becomes your go-to sporting calendar. Here’s what it looks like: