4 Enjoy a day of cricket at The Sevens Stadium See Fri 21.
5 Watch ice hockey at Al Nasr Leisureland See Sun 23.
Duplays Premier Football League If you fancy a good kickabout, sign up to be part of the largest football tournament across the United Arab Emirates. There will be 160 seven-aside teams across different divisions, age groups and cities. The event is sponsored by Adidas, so there will be prizes at the end of the league and one star player from each division will become an Adidas All-Star. Register a team or as an individual, but payment must be made in full before you can play. Dhs500 for individuals, Dhs3,500 for a team. 7pm-11pm. Until May 7. Dubai American Academy, Al Barsha, www.duplays.com (04 447 2394).
The FINA/NVC Diving World Series Watch British Olympic diving star Tom Daley take to the spring board at the FINA World Diving Championship. The competition will see the world’s top divers perform solo and synchronised dives. From Dhs20. 5pm-8pm. Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Sports Complex, off Dubai Bypass Road, www.fina.org (04 306 2690).
Dubai International Arabian Horse Championship
This competition is also a celebration of the strength and agility of the purebred Arabian horse and is ideal for equine enthusiasts. Free. Thu March 20 9am-9pm, Fri March 21 10am-9pm, Sat March 22 11am-9pm. Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre, Sheikh Zayed Road, www.diahc.ae (04 308 6528).
Emirates Airline Twenty20 2014 A day of entertaining cricket action, this match is hosted by Emirates Airline in conjunction with the Dubai Cricket Council and Dubai Sports Council. The event will see the Marylebone Cricket Club English county teams of Lancashire and Sussex and the Kerala XI compete. Cricket fans can watch out for big names such as Muttiah Muralitharan, Scott Styris and Virender Sehwag alongside Matt Prior, Prasanna Jayawardene and Jimmy Anderson. Dhs25 for standard seating. Dhs100 premium seating. Free for children under 12. 9am-8pm. Final commences at 6pm. The Sevens Stadium, Al Ain Road, www.archtrophy.com (04 321 0008).
Arabian Gulf Football: Al Wasl v Dubai Support your local football teams in the Arabian Gulf League. Al Wasl play Dubai at their home ground in this Round 20 fixture. From Dhs20. Tickets can be purchased at the stadium. Gates open 4.30pm, kick-off 5.45pm. Al Wasl Sports Club, Oud Metha, www.agleague.ae (02 449 9863).
Go Sport Criterium Series (Part 2)
Cyclists can test their cycle pace on The Go Sport Criterium Series. This sprint event is made up of three short course timed races that culminate in an overall series winner. There’s also a race for young riders aged 16-18. Register online to get involved. Dhs150. 7am. Nad Al Sheba Cycle Park, www.premieronline.com (052 865 1126).
Dubai Camels Ice Hockey League semi-finals The semi-finals of what the organisers call, ‘the coolest game in the desert’ starts today. Fans of ice hockey can come support these amateur yet committed teams. Dh10 entrance fee. 8.30pm-11.30pm. Al Nasr Leisureland, Oud Metha, www.dubaimightycamels.com (04 337 1234).
DXB Spinners II If you thought frisbee was just throwing a disk around, think again. This is a competitive league, played on a pitch with boundary rules and a scoring system. Newcomers are welcome, and teams and individuals must pay in advance to play. Dhs450 for individuals, Dhs2,500 for a team of seven. Until May 5. Emirates International School, Jumeirah, www.duplays.com (04 447 2394).
Girls-only class with Ignite Fitness Designed for all fitness levels, each outdoor workout guarantees results by incorporating cardiovascular, strength and resistance work. Email to reserve a place. Dhs600 for up to 20 sessions within one month, or Dhs100 per class. Sun, Tue and Thu, 8.30am-9.30am. Group meets at Riva Beach Club, Shoreline 7, Palm Jumeirah. Mon and Wed, 8.30am-9.30am. Group meets at Umm Suqeim Beach Park, email@example.com, www.ignite-wellness.com (04 562 482).