Sports Events 2022

We had you covered for all markets in all the major sporting events of 2022, Cheltenham Festival, Royal Ascot, Premier League, Champions League and many more.

Horse Racing

With our roots firmly in the sport of kings Joe Jennings Bookmakers are passionate horse racing fanatics and that’s why you’ll find best odds guaranteed available on all UK and Irish horse racing. This years events included;
Cheltenham Festival
The Lincoln
Grand National
Scottish Grand National
2000 Guineas
1000 Guineas
Kentucky Derby
Irish Guineas
Royal Ascot
Northumberland Plate
July Cup
King George VI
Queen Elizabeth Stakes
Glorious Goodwood
York Ebor Festival 2022
Cesarewitch Handicap
Champions Day
King George VI

Golf 2022

The Grand Slam in professional golf means winning all of golf’s major championships: The Masters Tournament, U.S. Open Championship, The Open Championship and U.S. PGA Championship. Nobody managed to win classic Grand Slam.
WGC-Match Play
The Masters
PGA Championship
US Open
Travellers Championship
The Open
Hero Cup


ATP Tour Schedule 2022:

Where will Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal compete?

From the Australian Open, to Roland Garros, Wimbledon and the US Open, the ATP Tour calendar has been set for 2022; Novak Djokovic will be looking to maintain his dominance, while rivals Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and Andy Murray all look to fight their way back from injuries.
Given the potential for disruption amid the coronavirus pandemic, the ATP has confirmed its schedule for only the first half of the year.


The eagerly-awaited 2022 Guinness Six Nations fixtures have been announced with Wales set to open their title defence against Ireland on 5 February. Scotland will host England on the same day, while France will face Italy at the Stade de France on Sunday 6th February. There will be a return of Friday night rugby in Round 4 with Wales v France set to take place on 11th March at Principality Stadium in Cardiff. Super Saturday 2022 will take place on 19th March starting with Wales v Italy, followed by Ireland v Scotland and concluding with France v England.


IT'S the biggest sporting event of the year across the pond, the Cincinnati Bengals take on the LA Rams in Super Bowl 56 at the Rams’ very own SoFi Stadium.
While Los Angeles are looking to end a 21-year championship drought, Cincinnati are looking to win the big one for the very first time. The Bengals are the Cinderella story of the season, being as big as 125/1 at one point before winning the AFC North and knocking off the Raiders, Titans and Chiefs in the playoffs.