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2015 Season by league
The table represents typical seasons for some leagues by month. Blank or white denotes off-season and pre-season months and solid colors mark the rest of the year. Leagues in the same sport use the same color.
- "Q" denotes pre-competition qualifiers
- "S" denotes the start of the regular-season.
- "P" denotes playoff(s)/postseason/knockout stages.
- "F" denotes Final(s).
- ↑ The current scheduling, in which the season starts in mid-December of the previous calendar year, took effect in 2010. The 2010 season ended in late November, and the 2011 season will end in early December.
- ↑ The bulk of the tour's sole-sanctioned events are in Europe, with some in the Persian Gulf countries. It co-sanctions many other events with other tours in Asia, Africa, and Australia. Along with the PGA Tour, the European Tour co-sanctions the major championships and the World Golf Championships; one of the majors is held in the UK, one of the WGC events is held in China, and the rest of these events are in the US.
- ↑ The 2009 season was played in South Africa because of security issues related to the Indian general elections scheduled for the same time as the league.
- ↑ Two races are held in Canada, one in Brazil, and one in Japan.
- ↑ There are 21 teams in Russia and one each in Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Latvia. A team from Ukraine is scheduled to join in the 2011–12 season.
- ↑ Most LPGA events are held in the US, but it also sole-sanctions official money events in Thailand, Singapore, Mexico, China, Canada, Malaysia, and Taiwan, as well as an unofficial event in Brazil. It co-sanctions two European tournaments, including one of its majors, with the Ladies European Tour, and also co-sanctions events with the Korean LPGA and Japan LPGA in those countries.
- ↑ Italy joined beginning in the 2010–11 season.
- ↑ The top-level Sprint Cup Series and third-level Camping World Truck Series race only in the US. The second-level Nationwide Series has one race in Canada, and previously had a race in Mexico. NASCAR also operates four developmental series—two regional series in the US, and national series in Canada and Mexico.
- ↑ NASCAR uses a playoff-style system only in the Sprint Cup Series. The bulk of the Cup Series season is used to determine the 12 drivers who qualify to contend for the season title in a 10-race finale known as the Chase for the Sprint Cup. In all other NASCAR series, the season is contested as a unified whole, with all races counting equally toward determining the series champion.
- ↑ The Buffalo Bills play one annual regular-season home game in Toronto, and the NFL currently takes one other regular-season game outside the US (London in 2007 through 2010).
- ↑ 11.0 11.1 The top-level Division I FBS does not use a playoff, instead using a series of bowl games beginning in December and culminating in the Bowl Championship Series in early January. All other NCAA divisions determine their champions on the field in a playoff tournament that starts in November. The playoffs in Divisions II and III end in December. Since the 2010 season, the Division I FCS playoffs end in January.
- ↑ Almost all of the PGA Tour's sole-sanctioned events are in the US proper, but the tour also has events in Mexico, Canada, and Puerto Rico. Along with the European Tour, the PGA Tour co-sanctions the major championships and the World Golf Championships; one of the majors is held in the UK, one of the WGC events is held in China, and the rest of these events are in the US.
- ↑ The playoffs, or "finals" as they are officially called, begin in late June in Rugby World Cup years.
- ↑ During World Cup years, the final match is held in July; in other years, the finals will begin in July.
- ↑ In non-World Cup years, the final match will be held in August.
- ↑ Depending on the calendar, the final may fall on the first weekend of June in some seasons.
- ↑ 17.0 17.1 During Summer Olympic Years
|American football||August to December, playoffs from January to early February. College bowl games from December to January. Indoor football, past professional leagues such as the USFL and XFL, and some amateur leagues play in the February to August season.|
|Association football|| Usually August to May in the Northern Hemisphere, and February to November in the Southern Hemisphere. Exceptions are generally for one of two reasons:
|Australian rules football||March to September|
|Baseball||April to early October, with postseason extending up to early November.|
|Basketball|| In most countries, late October to mid-April, with playoffs extending up to mid-June. The three major exceptions to this rule are:
|Canadian football||July to November|
|Cricket||Year-round. Domestic seasons typically held in the driest period of the year—summer in temperate climates, dry season in tropical climates.|
|Ice hockey||Early October to mid-April, with playoffs extending up to early June.|
|Motor racing||Year-round, but generally concentrated from March to October.|
|Rugby league||Late February to October in both the Northern and Southern Hemispheres.|
|Rugby union||September to late May, sometimes the first weekend in June, in the Northern Hemisphere. In the Southern Hemisphere, Super Rugby (beginning in 2011) starts in February and ends in early July in World Cup years and mid-August in other years. Domestic competitions in New Zealand and South Africa will then overlap slightly with the Super season, starting in July and ending in October or November.|
base wikipedia Attendance: International matches Table set in 1 of january of 2020.
- 2Although 32 games were played in the 2007 FIFA Women's World Cup, tickets were sold only for 21 matchdays. The final schedule, which was affected slightly by Typhoon Wipha, saw 22 matches scheduled as doubleheaders—16 during pool play, all four quarterfinals, and the third-place game and final in a single session. However, FIFA took attendance separately for each individual match, and the calculation here reflects this practice.
- 3World Baseball Classic and World Cup of Hockey are hosted in different regions of the world to boost attendance; as opposed to being hosted in one region like other international tournaments.
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