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The Ultimate Rugby Union Quiz

Think you know a thing or two about Rugby Union? Then take this quiz! Think players, stadiums, and sporting facts for inspiration to ace our free Rugby Union quiz. You’ll find 50 questions divided into 5 rounds, so gather round for some sporting quizzing.

Round 1

1 – Which four teams are part of the Triple crown in Rugby?

2 – Which other two teams are part of the Six Nations?

3 – How many players are on a rugby team?

4 – What was the first international rugby union tournament?

5 – In which year did the Home Nations become the 5 Nations?

6 – Who sponsors the 6 Nations?

7 – When does a Grandslam occur?

8 – In which year did Italy join making it the 6 Nations?

9 – In which month does the tournament begin?

10 – As of 2022 which two teams have failed to win the 6 Nations?

Round 2

1 – How many matches are played in total throughout the Six Nations?

2 – In what year was the bonus point system first used for the six nations?

3 – If a team wins The Grand Slam how many bonus points are they awarded?

4 – What is the name of the metaphorical award given to the team that finishes in last place?

5 – How many times have Italy finished last in the six nations – 11, 13 or 15?

6 – What do the 3 handles represent on the Six Nations trophy?

7 – How many bottles of Champagne can fit in the Siz Nations trophy – 3, 4 or 5?

8 – Which year was a new six nations trophy introduced?

9 – Which team was the last to win the original and first to win the new six nations trophy?

10 – From which year does the Triple Crown trophy originate- 1889, 1930 or 2006?

Round 3

1 – What is the name of Wales’ stadium?

2 – Which player currently holds the records for most individual points in one match?

3 – What is the name of England’s stadium?

4 – Which player holds the career scoring record with 557 points?

5 – What is the name of Ireland’s stadium?

6 – Which player holds the record for most tries in a match?

7 – What is the name of Scotlands stadium?

8 – Which team holds the record for the longest time without conceding a try?

9 – What is the name of Frances’ stadium?

10 – What is the name of Italy’s stadium?

Round 4

1 – How many points is a try?

2 – How many points is a conversion?

3 – How many points can you receive for a penalty kick?

4 – How many players from each team can take part in a scrum?

5 – What has a player received if they leave the field immediately and cannot return to the match?

6 – If a player receives a yellow card how long must they leave the pitch before returning?

7 – As of 5 November 2018 who is the current CEO of the Six Nations Championship?

8 – How often does the Rugby Union world cup take place?

9 – How many teams participate in the Rugby Union world cup?

10 – Who according to a popular legend, invented rugby by picking up the ball during a football game?

Round 5

1 – In which year was the Rugby World Cup first held – 1927, 1947, 1987?

2 – How many teams qualify automatically based on their performance in the previous World Cup?

3 – What does ‘RWCL’ stand for?

4 – What would be used “when restarting the game after the ball, or a player carrying the ball, crosses the touchline”?

5 – What is it called when a ball carrier and at least one player from each team are bound together and on their feet?

6 – Rugby is not considered a contact sport – True or False?

7 – New Zealand is the only country to host and win the Rugby World Cup – True or False?

8 – As red-carded players cannot be substituted, their team is down in numbers for the rest of the game – True or False?

9 – As red-carded players cannot be substituted, their team is down in numbers for the rest of the game – True or False?

10 – A second yellow card to the same player is upgraded to a red, and the player can return to the match – True or False?

 

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The Ultimate Wimbledon Quiz

Do you know a thing or two about the oldest tennis tournament in the world? Think Players, iconic moments, prize money and tennis slip ups for inspiration to ace our free Wimbledon quiz. You’ll find 50 questions divided into 5 rounds, so gather round for some sporting quizzing.

Round 1

1 – Wimbledon is the oldest tennis tournament – True or False?

2 – In which year was the first Wimbledon tournament held – 1875, 176 or 1877?

3 – In 2009 what was added to the court?

4 – Along with Wimbledon what are the other 3 grand slam tennis tournaments?

5 – What is the colour dress code for competitors and Royal patronage?

6 – Which food is traditionally consumed at Wimbledon?

7 – What was the cause for the 2020 championship being cancelled?

8 – 2022 is the 136th Edition of the competition – True or False?

9 – In which year was the ‘All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club’ founded – 1886, 1868, or 1872?

10 – What was the only event held in the 1877 Wimbledon Championships?

Round 2

1 – How much did it cost to enter the 1877 Wimbledon competition?

2 – In which year was ‘Croquet’ dropped from the title ‘All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club’- 1881,1882 or 1883?

3 – Who won the first Wimbledon tournament?

4 – How many tins of tennis balls are brought to the courts each day – 28, 38 or 48?

5 – 54,250 tennis balls are used during the Championships period – True or False?

6 – What colour were tennis balls originally?

7 – What is the name of Wimbledon’s own Hawk?

8 – Wimbledon consists of how many main events?

9 – What is the capacity of the Wimbledon centre court – 14,779, 14,879 or 14,979?

10 – 679 matches are played during the tournament- True or False?

Round 3

1 – Wimbledon consists of how many Junior events?

2 – On which day of the week does the tournament begin?

3 – How many days does the tournament last?

4 – Wimbledon has been sown with 100% perennial ryegrass – True or False?

5 – Who invented Tennis?

6 – How many times had Andy Murray won Wimbledon – 1, 2 or 3?

7 – As of 2022 which Royal family member attended Wimbledon in 1957, 1962, 1977 & 2010?

8 – How many ball boys/girls are used in the championship – 150, 200 or 250?

9 – What trophy is given to the Gentlemen’s single winner?

10 – The Venus Rosewater Dish is given to the winner of which competition?

Round 4

1 – Wimbledon consists of how many invitation events?

2 – On which day of the week does the tournament end?

3 – Lanson Official Champagne became a supplier in which year – 2000, 2001 or 2002?

4 – What is the longest-running official supplier beginning in 1902?

5 – What does ‘Seeds’ mean in Wimbledon?

6 – As of 2021 how many championships haven’t had rain interruptions – 7, 9 or 12?

7 – In which year was prize money first awarded to the winners – 1958, 1968 or 1988?

8 – Wimbledon is the only remaining Grand Slam event played on natural grass courts – True or False?

9 – How old was the youngest player to win Wimbledon – 15, 16 or 17?

10 – What is the longest match ever played at Wimbledon – 8 hours 26 minutes or 11 hours 5 minutes?

Round 5

1 – Tennis was originally called “sphairistikè” – True or False?

2 – As of 2022 Wimbledon has been televised for 50 years – True or False?

3 – 191,930 portions of strawberries and cream were served at the 2019 championships – True or False?

4 – From 1969 Ball boys and girls were recruited from local schools – True or False?

5 – Winners get to keep their trophies – True or False?

6 – Which member of the Royal family played as a competitor in 1926?

7 – How many titles does William Renshaw hold – 10, 12 or 14?

8 – Which player holds the record for the loudest grunt on the courts?

9 – How many titles does Billie Jean King hold – 15, 20 or 25?

10 – As of 2022 who is the only player to win the 4 Grand Slam titles twice in one year?

 

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The Ultimate Rugby League Quiz

Think you know a thing or two about Rugby League? Then take this quiz! Think players, stadiums, and sporting facts for inspiration to ace our free Rugby League quiz. You’ll find 50 questions divided into 5 rounds, so gather round for some sporting quizzing.

Round 1

1 – How many players are on each team?

2 – Rugby League is the national sport of which country?

3 – What was abolished from Rugby League in 1897?

4 – In which year was professionalism introduced- 1898, 1897 or 1896?

5 – What does NRFU stand for?

6 – In 1906 the league changed to 13 players from how many players?

7 – What is the Knockout Rugby League competition called?

8 – What gives you 4 points in Rugby League?

9 – How many points is a drop goal worth?

10 – How many points is a penalty kick goal worth?

Round 2

1 – A game may enter overtime under what rule?

2 – In which two directions can you pass a rugby ball?

3 – If a ball gets dropped forward it results in what?

4 – Teammates are fine to go ahead of the ball – True or False?

5 – What is the player numbered 1 title?

6 – Which two numbers are the wingers?

7 – What is the player numbered 6 titles?

8 – Which two numbers are the centres?

9 – What is the player numbered 7 titles?

10 – Loose forward or lock is numbered what?

Round 3

1 – What is the player numbered 9 titles?

2 – Which two numbers are props?

3 – Second row forwards are which two numbers?

4 – In which year was the first Rugby League world cup held- 1950,1952 or 1954?

5 – Which country was the first Rugby League world cup held?

6 – How many countries have teams that play at a professional level?

7 – Name the four strongest Rugby League nations?

8 – How often does the Rugby League world cup take place?

9 – What caused the 2021 Rugby League world cup to be postponed?

10 – Which stadium was the 1995 Rugby League world cup final held?

Round 4

1 – Which country is hosting the 2021/2022 Rugby League world cup?

2 – Who decides where the Rugby League world cup is held?

3 – The eight quarter-finalists of the previous tournament earn automatic qualification to the next tournament – True or False?

4 – How many teams have taken part in the world cup – 17, 18 or 19?

5 – In which Rugby League world cup were qualifying rounds first introduced?

6 – Which two countries have hosted the Rugby League world cup 3 times?

7 – How many times have England hosted the Rugby League world cup?

8 – Which country has hosted the Rugby League world cup 5 times?

9 – In total how many stadiums have hosted world cup games over the 14 tournaments – 61, 71 or 81?

10 – In which two years did Wales make the semi-final?

Round 5

1 – In which year was the last Four Nations Rugby League tournament played – 2012, 2015 or 2016?

2 – Which country was the 2013 Rugby League world cup final held?

3 – Which location in Australia was the 2017 world cup final held?

4 – Which team won the 2008 Rugby League world cup?

5 – Which location in France was the 1972 Rugby League world cup final held?

6 – Who is the most successful Rugby League team in the world?

7 – Which country has the best Rugby League?

8 – How many Rugby League teams in the UK play for League 1 – 9, 10 or 11?

9 – How many UK Rugby League teams play in the Championship – 12, 14 or 16?

10 – Rugby League is older than Rugby Union – True or False?

 

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The Ultimate ‘Who am I’ Sports Star Quiz

Can you guess the famous sporting star from one small clue? Think football, tennis, rugby and golf for inspiration to ace our free ‘Who am I’ quiz. You’ll find 50 questions divided into 5 rounds, so gather around for some sporting quizzing.

Round 1 – Footballers

1 – I won the ballon d’or in 2001 – Who am I?

2 – As of 2022, I have scored the most goals in the history of the Premier league – Who am I?

3 – As of 2022, I have won the most premier league titles – Who am I?

4 – As of 2022, I am the top goal scorer of all time in the champions league – Who am I?

5 – As of 2022, I have the most world cup goals – Who am I?

6 – In 1997 I became the youngest player to win the ballon d’or – Who am I?

7 – In 2018 I became the youngest player to win the Premier league – Who am I?

8 – I am French, and according to Wikipedia, I’m considered one of the greatest strikers of all time – Who am I?

9 – I was given the nickname “Pelé in skirts” by Pelé himself – Who am I?

10 – With 34 goals, I’m the highest German goalscorer in the history of the Premier League – Who Am I?

Round 2 – Tennis

1 – I am the first male from Serbia to win a Grand Slam title – Who Am I?

2 – I won the Australian Open in 2009, making me the world female number 1 again – Who Am I?

3 – I wrote an autobiography titled ‘Hitting Back’ – Who Am I?

4 – I dated Barbra Streisand and married Brooke Sheilds – Who Am I?

5 – My tennis career ended in 2003 due to a herniated disk – Who Am I?

6 – I was ranked world No. 1 for a record 377 weeks – Who Am I?

7 – My rivalry with Rafael Nadal is considered by many to be the greatest in tennis history – Who Am I?

8 – In the 2004 New Year Honours, I was appointed an OBE – Who Am I?

9 – I walked away from the French Open due to my mental health – Who Am I?

10 – I am known as ‘the King of Clay’ – Who Am I?

Round 3 – Boxing

1 – I am the first African American to be the world heavyweight boxing champion – Who Am I?

2 – I was undefeated my entire professional career until my untimely death aged 45 – Who Am I?

3 – I was Born Cassius Marcellus Clay Jr – Who Am I?

4 – I was known as ‘The Manasa Mauler’ – Who Am I?

5 – Mike Tyson famously bit my ear in the third round of our heavyweight rematch – Who Am I?

6 – I won the Olympic gold medal in the super heavyweight class in Seoul in 1988 – Who Am I?

7 – I was the first boxer to be victorious in the lineal championship in 4 different weight divisions – Who Am I?

8 – I was the world heavyweight champion for almost 12 years – Who Am I?

9 – I won the WBO middleweight title against Nigel Benn – Who Am I?

10 – I’m the longest-reigning super-middleweight world champion in boxing history – Who Am I?

Round 4 – US Sports Stars

1 – My nickname is King James and I have a tattoo saying ‘Chosen 1’ – Who Am I?

2 – I’m an Olympic medalist a revered UFC champion and I star in the show Divas – Who Am I?

3 – I’m widely regarded as one of the greatest golfers of all time – Who Am I?

4 – I won six NBA championships with the Chicago Bulls – Who Am I?

5 – In 1933, I became the first baseball player to hit a home run in the All-Star game – Who Am I?

6 – My real name is Terry Eugene Bollea but that’s not who I am known as in the wrestling world – Who Am I?

7 – I’m a female professional boxer and former footballer from Ireland – Who Am I?

8 – My nickname was ‘The Yankee Clipper’ – Who Am I?

9 – I followed my father Ric’s career as a professional wrestler – Who Am I?

10 – My nickname was ‘The Black Mamba’ – Who Am I?

Round 5 – Olympians

1 – I won triple Olympic gold at the 2008, 2012 and 2016 Olympics – Who Am I?

2 – I was the first gymnast to gain a perfect score of 6.0 – Who Am I?

3 – I won five consecutive Olympic gold medals in rowing – Who Am I?

4 – I am the first person to win medals in five different Olympic Games in sailing – Who Am I?

5 – Now retired, I write children’s books about a cyclist named ‘Flying Fergus’ – Who Am I?

6 – I was the first woman to win back-to-back golds in the 100-meter backstroke – Who Am I?

7 – I am known as ‘The Thorpedo’ – Who Am I?

8 – I won my first Olympic gold at the 1980 Moscow Games – Who Am I?

9 – I am the first Black British woman to win an Olympic gold medal – Who Am I?

10 – I am the most successful British track athlete in the history of the modern Olympic Games – Who Am I?

 

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The Hardest EVER Football Quiz

This football quiz is very hard, and it will test even the most dedicated fans. It has a variety of questions, but they are all challenging! You’ll find 50 questions divided into 5 rounds, so gather round for some footy quizzing.

Round 1

1 – Who scored the only goal in the 2013 FA Cup final?

2 – What club was Nuno Espirito Santo managed by Jose Mourinho at?

3 – What year was MK Dons founded in?

4 – Who did Harry Kane score his first Tottenham goal against?

5 – Who was England’s goalkeeper in their last 2014 World Cup game?

6 – Who did Reece James join on loan in 2018?

7 – Which Russian city hosted games in Euro 2020?

8 – Who did Jamie Vardy make his senior debut for?

9 – Who was the first Tanzanian player to score in the Premier League?

10 – What year did West Ham leave the Boleyn Ground?

Round 2

1 – How many Premier League goals did Matt Le Tissier score?

2 – Who did Peter Crouch score his 100th Premier League goal against?

3 – Which club became West Ham United?

4 – In what year was PSG founded?

5 – How many appearances did David Beckham make for PSG?

6 – How many hat-tricks were scored in Southampton’s home loss to Leicester in 2019?

7 – How many seconds did it take Sadio Mane to score his first hattrick against Aston Villa?

8 – What was the 2015 Football League Cup Final score?

9 – What country does Aubameyang play for?

10 – Who won the first FA Cup?

Round 3

1 – When was the first Merseyside derby played?

2 – Who scored the last goal in the 2019 Champions League?

3 – What club did Edgar Davids retire at?

4 – Who scored the only goal of the Euro 2016 final?

5 – What year did Wilfred Zaha join Manchester United?

6 – Which American club did Pele play for?

7 – Who were the first MLS champions?

8 – Who won the 1997-88 Premier League golden boot?

9 – Who was the first Asian player to score 50 Premier League goals?

10 – Who won the 2014 World Cup golden boot?

Round 4

1 – What is the capacity of the Emirates Stadium to the nearest thousand?

2 – Who won the 1996-97 Champions League?

3 – How many points did Derby County get in the 2007-08 Premier League?

4 – What team was Robbie Keane a player-manager at?

5 – How tall is Peter Crouch?

6 – How many goals did England score in the 1966 World Cup Final?

7 – What academy did Erling Haaland play in?

8 – What year did Robert Lewandowski join Borussia Dortmund?

9 – How many seconds did it take Christian Eriksen to score against Manchester United in 2018?

10 – Who was the youngest Welsh player in the Team GB football squad at London 2012?

Round 5

1 – Which team scored the first UEFA Conference League goal?

2 – Which country scored the first goal in the UEFA Nations League?

3 – What year did Graham Potter become the manager of Ostersund?

4 – Who scored the first Premier League goal?

5 – What was the 2010 World Cup ball called?

6 – Who finished 9th in the 2019-20 Premier League season?

7 – Zlatan Ibrahimović has won the Champions League, True or False?

8 – How many appearances did Jonathan Woodgate make for Real Madrid?

9 – Who scored a brace in the 1998 World Cup final?

10 – What does UEFA stand for?

 

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The Ultimate Formula 1 Quiz

The fast-paced world of Formula One is thrilling, and this quiz has 50 questions, split into 5 rounds, that cover its exciting history. Legendary drivers and races are covered, and the F1 quiz is suitable for both new and old fans, with challenges for both. Don’t rush it though, it’s not a race!

Round 1

1 – Who was the first World Drivers’ Champion?

2 – In which year was the World Drivers’ Championship first awarded?

3 – In which year was the World Constructors’ Championship introduced?

4 – Which team won the first World Constructors’ Championship?

5 – Which circuit hosted the first World Championship race?

6 – Who was the first British World Champion?

7 – Who was the first driver to reach 100 wins?

8 – Who was the first driver to win 7 World Championships?

9 – What are F1 races known as?

10 – Who are the only team to win both championships in their only season?

Round 2

1 – How old was Max Verstappen when he became the youngest driver to start an F1 race?

2 – Jenson Button has never had a podium at his home race – True or False?

3 – In which year did Lewis Hamilton win his first World Championship?

4 – Both McLaren drivers scored the same number of points in 2007 – True or False?

5 – Which race in 2005 saw just 6 cars start?

6 – What was the previous name of Alpha Tauri?

7 – Who is the only driver to beat both Hamilton and Schumacher as a team-mate?

8 – Who was the first Mexican driver to get a podium in Mexico?

9 – Which circuit saw the first F1 Sprint Race trial?

10 – Which circuit did Pierre Gasly take his first win at?

Round 3

1 – Who won the 2008 Canadian Grand Prix?

2 – Who won the 2008 Hungarian Grand Prix?

3 – In which country did Lewis Hamilton take his first win?

4  – In which country did Max Verstappen take his first win?

5 – How many World Championships did Ayrton Senna win?

6 – What was the previous name of the Red Bull team?

7 – At which circuit did three drivers set identical pole position times in 1997?

8 – Bottas won a race in 2018 – True or False?

9 – Who is the son of Michael Schumacher?

10 – What is the name of Michael Schumacher’s brother who raced in F1?

Round 4

1 – At which track did Daniel Ricciardo win his first race for McLaren?

2 – Jack Aitken has started an F1 race – True or False?

3 – Who became Mercedes’ team principal in 2013?

4 – Who was Red Bull’s first team principal?

5 – Alain Prost won over 50 races – True or False?

6 – What team did Fernando Alonso win his first 2 championships with?

7 – What team did Michael Schumacher win his first 2 championships with?

8 – What country is Juan Pablo Montoya from?

9 – Who won the 2004 Monaco Grand Prix?

10 – At what circuit did Charles Leclerc take his first win?

Round 5

1 – Who was the first driver to reach 100 pole positions?

2 – Who won the 2021 Hungarian Grand Prix?

3 – Who won the 2007 World Drivers’ Championship?

4 – When was the halo first used in F1?

5 – How many gears does a 2021 F1 car have?

6 – Which track hosted the last race of the 2010 World Championship?

7 – Stirling Moss won a World Championship – True or False?

8 – Which driver drove for Haas in each of their first 5 seasons?

9 – Who is the son of Graham Hill?

10 – Who was the first Finnish F1 World Champion?

 

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The Ultimate WWE Wrestling Quiz

The exciting world of WWE is comprised of spectacular superstars who compete in exciting events. This quiz has 50 questions, divided into 5 rounds, that cover both the past and the present of WWE, with topics including the people and matches that have shaped the world of ‘Sports Entertainment’. So prepare for an electrifying experience that wrestling fans, both old and new, will enjoy!

Round 1

1 – What does the acronym WWE stand for?

2 – What did WWE use to be known as?

3 – In what year was the first WrestleMania held?

4 – Who was the first wrestler to win consecutive Royal Rumble matches?

5 – Name the member of The Shield not called Seth Rollins or Roman Reigns?

6 – In what year did Brock Lesnar return to WWE after a stint in UFC?

7 – How many wins did The Undertaker have at WrestleMania before ‘The Streak’ ended?

8 – Which wrestling superstar is a cousin of Snoop Dogg?

9 – Who won the first women’s Royal Rumble?

10 – Who won the first women’s WrestleMania main event match?

Round 2

1 – Which female WWE superstar had the entrance song ‘Bad Reputation’?

2 – Which was the first WWE pay-per-view headlined by a women’s match?

3 – What is John Cena’s finishing move called?

4 – What was The Rock’s finishing move called?

5 – Who became the first Superstar to cash in the Money in the Bank Contract mid-match?

6 – Who did Daniel Bryan beat to get a place in the WrestleMania 30 main event?

7 – What is the son of Rey Mysterio called?

8 – RK-Bro consists of Randy Orton and which other superstar?

9 – Survivor Series is one of the ‘Big Four’ WWE pay-per-views – True or False?

10 – In which city was CM Punk born in?

Round 3

1 – Who was the first Universal Champion?

2 – Who was the first WWE Champion?

3 – Who was Brock Lesnar’s ‘advocate’ when he beat The Undertaker at WrestleMania 30?

4 – What was the bio-secure bubble that WWE used during the COVID-19 pandemic known as?

5 – Who did Dolph Ziggler cash in his first Money in the Bank contract on?

6 – Who did Becky Lynch beat in her first match after returning from having her first child?

7 – Who was the first member of ‘The New Day’ to win the WWE Championship?

8 – Who had the nickname ‘Prince Pretty’?

9 – Who was the first ‘King of the Ring’ winner?

10 – In what year did AJ Styles return to WWE?

Round 4

1 – Who won the first ‘Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal’?

2 – Who was the youngest woman to win the Divas Championship?

3 – Who was the first Nexus leader?

4 – In which year did the 1000th Raw episode take place?

5 – Drew Mcintrye is the first British WWE World Champion – True or False?

6 – Who is Becky Lynch married to?

7 – Which country was Rusev born in?

8 – Who were the hosts of WrestleMania 33?

9 – What year did the WWE Network launch in?

10 – The Usos aren’t related in real-life – True or False?

Round 5

1 – What was the first major pay-per-view to take place outside of North America?

2 – Which wrestler was nicknamed ‘HBK’?

3 – Which wrestler’s real name is Rami Sebei?

4 – Who was the first wrestler to win both the Raw and Smackdown Women’s Championships?

5 – Which wrestler had the catchphrase ‘We The People’?

6 – Who did Triple H marry?

7 – Seth Rollins was banned from using his ‘Stomp’ finishing move during a period – True or False?

8 – Donald Trump has appeared on WWE programs – True or False?

9 – John Cena won his first Royal Rumble in which year?

10 – What country was Kane born in?

 

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The Ultimate Golf Quiz

How well do you know Golf? Think competitors, locations, events and winners for inspiration to ace our free Golfing quiz. You’ll find 50 questions divided into 5 rounds, so gather round for some sporting quizzing.

Round 1 – Golf Trivia

1 – Gary Player was born in which country?

2 – Which course hosts the US Masters?

3 – Which golfer won the 2012 and 2014 US Masters?

4 – In 2021, who became the first Japanese man to win a golf major?

5 – Which Zimbabwean won the 1992 and 1994 US PGA Championship?

6 – Which Irish golfer won The Open Championship in 2007 and 2008?

7 – Tiger Woods won the 1997 US Masters by how many strokes?

8 – Which golfer won the 1995 Open Championship in a play-off?

9 – A professional stroke play tournament consists of how many rounds?

10 – Who was the first European to win the US Masters?

Round 2 – British Golfers

1 – Justin Rose won his first major in which year?

2 – Who won the 1987 US women’s Open?

3 – Which Scotsman won the 1999 Open Championship?

4 – Which British golfer won 6 majors in the 1980s and 1990s?

5 – Which Welshman won the 1991 US Masters?

6 – Which Scotsman won the 1988 US Masters title?

7 – Who won the 2010 US Open at Pebble Beach?

8 – Which major championship did Rory McIlroy win in 2011?

9 – In 2011, which Brit topped the European Tour and PGA Tour money lists?

10 – Who won the 2000 European Tour Order of Merit?

Round 3 – Golfing Nicknames

1 – Who was known as ‘The Golden Bear’?

2 – Which golfing great had the nickname ‘The King’?

3 – Which golfer was known as ‘The Black Knight’?

4 – Which golfer is nicknamed ‘Popeye’?

5 – Eldrick Woods is better known by what first name?

6 – Which commentator was nicknamed the ‘Voice of Golf’?

7 – Which 8-time golf major winner was nicknamed ‘The Hawk’?

8 – Which Australian golfer was nicknamed ‘The Great White Shark’?

9 – The nickname ‘The Big Easy’ refers to which South African golfer?

10 – ‘Monty’ is the nickname of which Scottish golfer?

Round 4 – Ryder Cup

1 – Who is the Ryder Cup named after?

2 – In what year was the first official Ryder Cup?

3 – What was the final score of the 1989 Ryder Cup?

4 – Which country hosted the 2018 Ryder Cup?

5 – In what year was the so-called Miracle at Medinah?

6 – Who captained Europe’s 1999 Ryder Cup team?

7 – The 1997 Ryder Cup was held in which country?

8 – Which player was the top scorer at the 2018 Ryder Cup?

9 – The Ryder Cup is played in match play format – True or False?

10 – How many players are on each Ryder cup team?

Round 5 – True or False

1 – Seve Ballesteros was Spanish – True or False?

2 – Away from golf, Phil Mickelson is left-handed – True or False?

3 – Sam Torrance was born in Wales – True or False?

4 – The Walker Cup is played by amateur golfers – True or False?

5 – Sergio Garcia won the US Masters in 2017 – True or False?

6 – Danny Willett was the second Englishman to win the US Masters – True or False?

7 – To score two under par on a hole is a ‘birdie’ – True or False?

8 – Vijay Singh joined the World Golf Hall of Fame in 2006 – True or False?

9 – Henrik Stenson won the 2016 Open Championship with a score of 264 – True or False?

10 – Duston Johnson’s middle name is Harry – True or False?

 

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The Ultimate Tennis Quiz

How well do you know Tennis? Think competitors, locations, events and winners for inspiration to ace our free Tennis quiz. You’ll find 50 questions divided into 5 rounds, so gather round for some sporting quizzing.

 

Round 1 – Tennis Trivia Part 1

1 – What are the Williams sisters first names?

2 – Which Dutchman won Wimbledon in 1996?

3 – At what age did Boris Becker first win Wimbledon?

4 – At what score does a tie-break happen?

5 – In what year did Andre Agassi win his first Grand Slam title?

6 – At the 1992 Olympics, who won the men’s tennis singles?

7 – Which man won Wimbledon as a wild card entry in 2001?

8 – Pat Cash won the Wimbledon men’s singles title in which year?

9 – Jim Courier lost the 1993 French Open final to whom?

10 – Yevgeny Kafelnikov won the French Open and which other Grand Slam tournament?

Round 2 – Tennis Trivia Part 2

1 – Who won the 2013 Wimbledon men’s singles?

2 – The Australian Open is usually held in which month?

3 – Which venue hosts the French Open?

4 – On which court surface is Wimbledon played?

5 – A men’s Grand Slam singles match is best of how many sets?

6 – From 1976 to 1980, which man won 5 consecutive Wimbledon singles titles?

7 – John McEnroe’s lost the 1984 French Open final to whom?

8 – How many Grand Slam singles titles did Chris Evert win?

9 – In what year did Martina Hingis win her last Grand Slam singles title?

10 – Who did Lleyton Hewitt beat to win the 2001 US Open?

Round 3 – British Tennis

1 – How many ATP singles titles did Tim Henman win?

2 – Who won the Wimbledon ladies singles title in 1977?

3 – Who captained Britain’s 2015 Davis Cup win?

4 – Who beat Greg Rusedski in the 1997 US Open final?

5 – How many Grand Slam singles titles did Sue Barker win?

6 – Which man won three Wimbledon titles between 1934 and 1936?

7 – Who did Andy Murray beat to win his first Grand Slam title?

8 – In 1987, which British pair won the Wimbledon mixed doubles?

9 – In 1977, John Lloyd reached the final of which Grand Slam?

10 – Which Brit won the US Open doubles in 1971 and 1972?

Round 4 – Tennis Trivia Part 3

1 – In what year did Arthur Ashe retire?

2 – Michael Chang won the 1989 French Open at what age?

3 – Which Czech man won the 1998 Australian Open?

4 – What is the term for a 40-40 score in tennis?

5 – What was Stefan Edberg’s tennis playing style?

6 – Steffi Graf won all four Grand Slam singles titles in which year?

7 – In 1991, who did Michael Stich beat to win Wimbledon?

8 – How many Wimbledon singles titles did Pete Sampras win?

9 – Roger Federer completed the career Grand Slam in which year?

10 – How many Grand Slam singles titles did Mats Wilander win?

Round 5 – True or False

1 – Heather Watson was born in Jersey – True or False?

2 – Andy Roddick won Wimbledon in 2003 – True or False?

3 – Rafael Nadal was born in Mallorca – True or False?

4 – Monica Seles played right-handed – True or False?

5 – Jimmy Connors was born in 1951 – True or False?

6 – Gustavo Kuerten won 3 French Open titles – True or False?

7 – Martin Navratilova played left-handed – True or False?

8 – Andre Agassi turned professional in 1986 – True or False?

9 – Thomas Muster never won a match at Wimbledon – True or False?

10 – Milos Raonic lost the 2016 Wimbledon final to Andy Murray – True or False?

 

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The Ultimate Olympics Quiz

How well do you know the Olympics? Think Athletes, Locations, events and winners for inspiration to ace our free Olympic Games quiz. You’ll find 50 questions divided into 5 rounds, so gather round for some sporting quizzing.
 

Round 1 – British Olympians

1 – Chris Hoy won 6 gold medals in which sport?

2 – Who won the 2000 Olympics heptathlon?

3 – In 1992, Linford Christie won gold in which event?

4 – Who was Great Britain’s flag bearer at the 2000 Olympics?

5 – Who won the women’s 400 metres hurdles at the 1992 Olympics?

6 – At London 2012, which cyclist won gold in the men’s time trial?

7 – At the 1984 Olympics, who won the women’s javelin competition?

8 – Daley Thompson won gold in 1980 and 1984 at which event?

9 – At Athens 2004, who won the women’s athletics 800 and 1500 metres?

10 – In 1980, who beat Sebastian Coe to take Olympic 800 metres gold?

Round 2 – Olympic Trivia Part 1

1 – How many Olympic gold medals did Usain Bolt win?

2 – Cathy Freeman represented which country?

3 – Which British lady won the Tokyo 2020 BMX final?

4 – Which nation led the boycott of the 1980 Olympics?

5 – In 1996, who won the men’s athletics 200 and 400 metres?

6 – Who was the first gymnast to score 10.0 at the Olympics?

7 – Jade Jones won back-to-back Olympic titles in which sport?

8 – At Beijing 2008, how many gold medals did Michael Phelps win?

9 – The 1992 USA ‘Dream Team’ competed in which sport?

10 – Great Britain won the 1988 Olympic men’s hockey final by what score?

Round 3 – Olympic Trivia Part 2

1 – Which city hosted the 1996 Olympics?

2 – Where were the 1988 Olympics held?

3 – Which city hosted the 1980 Olympic Games?

4 – Which city will stage The 2024 Olympics?

5 – Which city hosted the 1984 Olympics?

6 – Eddie The Eagle found fame at which Olympics?

7 – Which city withdrew from hosting the 1976 Winter Olympics?

8 – Teofilo Stevenson won 3 boxing gold medals for which country?

9 – The movie ‘Chariots of Fire’ is based on which Olympian?

10 – In 1968, who won the men’s long jump Olympic title?

Round 4 – Olympic Trivia Part 3

1 – Triathlon first featured at which Olympics?

2 – In what year did the first Winter Olympics take place?

3 – How many Olympic gold medals did Carl Lewis win?

4 – Alexei Nemov competed in which Olympic sport?

5 – At the 1988 Olympics, which American diver hit his head on the springboard?

6 – Who carried the Great Britain flag at London 2012 closing ceremony?

7 – Jesse Owens won the men’s 100 metres at which Olympics?

8 – Edwin Moses won gold in which 1976 Olympic event?

9 – Mo Farah won 5,000 and 10,000 metres gold at which 2 Olympics?

10 – Haile Gebrselassie won 2 Olympic titles in which event?

Round 5 – True or False

1 – Anthony Joshua won Olympic gold – True or False?

2 – Karate was included in the 2000 Olympics – True or False?

3 – Mark Spitz won 9 Olympic gold medals – True or False?

4 – Max Whitlock won 2 gold medals at the 2016 Olympics – True or False?

5 – Male boxers wore head guards at the 2020 Olympic Games – True or False?

6 – Allan Wells won the men’s athletics 100 metres in 1980 – True or False?

7 – Olga Korbut competed for Romania in gymnastics – True or False?

8 – Ian Thorpe won 9 Olympic medals for Australia – True or False?

9 – Chris Boardman competed in swimming at the 1992 Olympics – True or False?

10 – Andy Murray won Olympic gold in 2008 – True or False?

 

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