The next few months will see several top-notch sporting events being held across several cities. If you’re game to catch up on some sporting action, these hot tickets will more than satisfy that urge. 

Cricket World Cup Final

Where: Melbourne

When: 29 March

After over a month of competition with 26 games being played by the greatest cricket teams, the 11th Cricket World Cup will come to an end in Melbourne in March. With the tournament being co-hosted by both Australia and New Zealand, the final match will be held on the hallowed grounds of the Melbourne Cricket Ground. 

MotoGP Qatar 

Where: Doha

When: 29 March

The fabulous Losail International Circuit in Qatar will kick-off the 2015 MotoGP season with 30 world-class riders competing for a shot to be world champion. Reigning world champ, Marc Marquez will be the man to beat again this year but on-track excitement aside, the Qatar GP also has the distinction of being the first night-time race in the series with a race that takes place in the late afternoon to dusk, which is certainly an awesome sight to see. 

Marriott London Sevens

Where: Twickenham 

When: 16-17 May 

In addition to being one of the biggest sevens competitions in Rugby and incidentally, the largest two-day event on the HSBC Sevens World Series calendar, the Marriot London Sevens is also one of the few events that encourages fan engagement.  The theme for this year’s carnival weekend is galactic, with fans urged to take their inspiration from outer space for fancy dress and, as always, there will be plenty of off-field entertainment as well as chances to win ‘best dressed’ prizes.

Red Bull Air Race 

Where: Chiba, Japan 

When: 16-17 May

The 2015 Red Bull Air Race season promises to be more exciting than ever before with a challenging new race format for more head-to-head racing designed to heighten competition. Like previous years, the world’s fastest motorsport series will once again feature the world’s best pilots including defending champion Nigel Lamb who has to defend the title he won last year against competitors like Hannes Arch of Austria and Paul Bonhomme of Britain. Chiba, Japan will play host for the first time with a specially designed track against a spectacular backdrop.  

Formula E Russia 

Where: Moscow

When: 6 June 

The penultimate round of the 2014/15 Formula-E Championships will be happening in the Russian capital in June. Contested in 200kW (270hp) electric single-seater race cars, the all-electric championship will see drivers and their high-tech machines zip across a specially-designed 2.39km anti-clockwise street circuit, which lies just adjacent to iconic Russian landmarks like the Kremlin, Moskva River, Red Square, the Moscow Gostiny Dvor and Saint Basil’s Cathedral.