After enduring a couple of months without any sport, fans across the world can finally settle down to enjoy some truly top-class action during the summer.
The main football leagues in Europe will dominate many of the headlines, with competitions in England, Spain, Germany and Italy still to be concluded.
Tennis and Formula 1 are amongst the other sports scheduled to take place and fans will be able to follow all of the action on popular live streaming platforms like JokerLiveStream.
Read on as we take a closer look at some of the main events to watch out for online over the next few weeks.
Football is back with a bang
The Bundesliga and La Liga have already resumed their seasons, with the Premier League and Serie A set to follow suit during the second half of June.
While the title races in Germany and England appear to be a foregone conclusion, that is not the case in either Spain or Italy.
Barcelona and Real Madrid have been neck-and-neck in La Liga for most of the campaign and the battle to claim the trophy looks set to go down to the wire.
There is also little to choose between Juventus and Lazio in Serie A, and their clash on July 20 could be decisive in the final outcome.
Tennis Brits set for big charity battle
With Wimbledon cancelled, tennis fans in Great Britain faced the prospect of suffering a summer without any live sport to enjoy.
However, British doubles star Jamie Murray set about addressing that problem by organising a Battle of the Brits showdown at the National Tennis Centre from June 23-28.
Murray’s brother Andy and current British number one Dan Evans are scheduled to play in the event which hopes to raise a six-figure sum for NHS Charities Together.
The Battle of the Brits, which will be streamed live on Amazon Prime, will feature the top eight GB and top six doubles teams compete over the six days.
F1 stars aiming to get off to a flyer in Austria
The Formula 1 season gets underway in Austria on July 5 to kick-off a schedule of eight consecutive races in Europe over a two-month period.
Reigning champion Lewis Hamilton is the hot favourite to clinch a seventh F1 title having romped home 87 points ahead of teammate Valtteri Bottas last year.
However, he is likely to face stiff competition from both Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc, with the pair strongly tipped to be the next stars of the sport.