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What Sports Can You Bet On in November

Graeme

As the weather turns to fall there is nothing better than staying inside and watching some sports. This is a great time for bettors and sports fans alike as there are a lot of sports that play in November.

The NFL is king and there will be plenty of games in the month of November, including the big Thanksgiving games. The college football season just about finishes up their regular season in November with a ton of big rivalry and conference games on the schedule. Additionally, November is the home of the CFL’s Grey Cup. One of the oldest championships in all of sports.

The NBA, NHL, and soccer leagues around the world will play all month long. Plus, so much more.

Champions will be crowned, new seasons will begin, and the games won’t stop. Let’s take a look at all of the sports that are in play in November.

Baseball: The baseball season is most likely over unless the World Series goes long. In that case, you still have a couple games of baseball left.

Basketball: The NBA season is entering its second month of play and there will be games pretty much every day of the week all month long.

November is also the month when college basketball season starts. There will be a number of tournaments, Midnight Madness, and inter-conference showdowns throughout the month.

Football: November is typically a big month for the NFL. There are games every Thursday, Sunday, and Monday throughout the month. Plus, American Thanksgiving takes place in November and that day typically sees three NFL games on the slate.

November is also pretty much the last month of the college football. The last week of the season features some of the big rivalry games of the year like Minnesota vs. Wisconsin, Washington vs. Washington State, and Alabama vs. Auburn.

The entirety of the CFL playoffs take place in November. The CFL has three rounds of playoffs and ends with the annual Grey Cup.

Golf: The second-to-last month of the year isn’t typically a time that people think about golf, but there are always plenty of events on the schedule. The Champions Tour, DP World Tour, and LPGA are finishing out their seasons.

The PGA Tour will also have multiple events in the month of November.

Hockey: November is a pretty busy month in the NHL with the season in full swing after its start in October. There will be games nearly every day of the month.

Horse Racing: Horse racing typically isn’t a fall sport, but one of the biggest events of the year takes place with the Breeders Cup.

MMA: The schedule for the major MMA leagues is always changing, but you can guarantee that both UFC and Bellator will have big events in November.

Motor Sports: This is the final month of the year for the NASCAR season as the NASCAR Cup Series Championship will be crowned.

November also features some of the final Formula 1 races of the year as teams fight for their final points and placement.

Pro Wrestling: November is a pretty big month in the world of professional wrestling. WWE holds their annual Survivor Series event each November. This is one of their longest running events and one of the “Big 4” events on the schedule.

November is also the home to AEW‘s Full Gear pay-per-view event. This is also one of the company’s biggest events of the year.

Soccer: The month of November features the final UEFA Champions League matchday of the season before things head to the round of 16.

The English Premier League has matches throughout the month as they head towards the winter break. The same can be said for German Bundesliga, Spanish La Liga, Scottish Premiership, Portugese Primeira, and France Ligue 1.

In America, the final MLS game of the year takes place with the MLS Cup to crown the champion.

eSports: There are plenty of eSports events to sink your teeth into in November, including the League of Legends World Championships.

The Asia Pacific Predator League Grand Finals feature the best of DOTA 2 and PUBG. While the Elisa Masters Espoo is a pro tour event for CS:GO.

All this plus the big DreamHack events that take place in November.


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