2020 BBC Sports Personality of the Year Betting Tips

The BBC Sports Personality of the Year is an awards ceremony that takes place annually in December.

The first Sports Personality of the Year awards took place in 1954. Since then, several new awards have been introduced, and currently eight awards are presented.

The ceremony airs live each year in the United Kingdom on BBC.

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Sports Personality of the Year Live Streaming


The 2020 BBC Sports Personality of the Year awards will live stream on BBC in the United Kingdom and on YouTube.

2020 Sports Personality of the Year Betting Odds


2020 BBC Sports Personality of the Year betting include markets such as Sports Personality of the Year, Team of the Year and Coach of the Year.

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Sports Personality of the Year Schedule & Dates


The 2020 BBC Sports Personality of the Year will be announced at a ceremony on Sunday, December 13th 2020 at the P&J Live Arena in Aberdeen, Scotland.

Sports Personality of the Year winners


The Sports Personality of the Year Award is the main award of the BBC Sports Personality of the Year ceremony, which takes place each December. The winner is the sportsperson who has achieved the most over the past year as judged by the British public, who vote for their winner from a pre-determined shortlist.

YearWinnerSport
1954  Christopher Chataway (ENG) Athletics
1955  Gordon Pirie (ENG) Athletics
1956  Jim Laker (ENG) Cricket
1957  Dai Rees (WAL) Golf
1958  Ian Black (SCO) Swimming
1959  John Surtees (ENG) Motorcycle racing
1960  David Broome (WAL) Show jumping
1961  Stirling Moss (ENG) Formula One
1962  Anita Lonsbrough (ENG) Swimming
1963  Dorothy Hyman (ENG) Athletics
1964  Mary Rand (ENG) Athletics
1965  Tom Simpson (ENG) Cycling
1966  Bobby Moore (ENG) Football
1967  Henry Cooper (ENG) Boxing
1968  David Hemery (ENG) Athletics
1969  Ann Jones (ENG) Tennis
1970  Henry Cooper (ENG) Boxing
1971  Princess Anne (ENG) Eventing
1972  Mary Peters (NIR) Athletics
1973  Jackie Stewart (SCO) Formula One
1974  Brendan Foster (ENG) Athletics
1975  David Steele (ENG) Cricket
1976  John Curry (ENG) Figure skating
1977  Virginia Wade (ENG) Tennis
1978  Steve Ovett (ENG) Athletics
1979  Sebastian Coe (ENG) Athletics
1980  Robin Cousins (ENG) Figure skating
1981  Ian Botham (ENG) Cricket
1982  Daley Thompson (ENG) Athletics
1983  Steve Cram (ENG) Athletics
1984  Torvill and Dean (ENG) Figure skating
1985  Barry McGuigan (IRL) Boxing
1986  Nigel Mansell (ENG) Formula One
1987  Fatima Whitbread (ENG) Athletics
1988  Steve Davis (ENG) Snooker
1989  Nick Faldo (ENG) Golf
1990  Paul Gascoigne (ENG) Football
1991  Liz McColgan (SCO) Athletics
1992  Nigel Mansell (ENG) Formula One
1993  Linford Christie (ENG) Athletics
1994  Damon Hill (ENG) Formula One
1995  Jonathan Edwards (ENG) Athletics
1996  Damon Hill (ENG) Formula One
1997  Greg Rusedski (ENG) Tennis
1998  Michael Owen (ENG) Football
1999  Lennox Lewis (ENG) Boxing
2000  Steve Redgrave (ENG) Rowing
2001  David Beckham (ENG) Football
2002  Paula Radcliffe (ENG) Athletics
2003  Jonny Wilkinson (ENG) Rugby union
2004  Kelly Holmes (ENG) Athletics
2005  Andrew Flintoff (ENG) Cricket
2006  Zara Phillips (ENG) Eventing
2007  Joe Calzaghe (WAL) Boxing
2008  Chris Hoy (SCO) Cycling
2009  Ryan Giggs (WAL) Football
2010  Tony McCoy (NIR) Horse racing
2011  Mark Cavendish (IOM) Cycling
2012  Bradley Wiggins (ENG) Cycling
2013  Andy Murray (SCO) Tennis
2014  Lewis Hamilton (ENG) Formula One
2015  Andy Murray (SCO) Tennis
2016  Andy Murray (SCO) Tennis
2017  Mo Farah (ENG) Athletics
2018  Geraint Thomas (WAL) Cycling
2019  Ben Stokes (ENG) Cricket

BBC Sports Personality of the Year FAQs

What is the Sports Personality of the Year award?

The BBC Sports Personality of the Year awards take place annually in December. The winner is the sportsperson who has achieved the most over the past year as judged by the British public.

The first Sports Personality of the Year awards took place in 1954 and the ceremony airs live each year in the United Kingdom on BBC.

What date is Sports Personality of the Year?

The 2020 BBC Sports Personality of the Year will be announced at a ceremony on Sunday, December 13th 2020 at the P&J Live Arena in Aberdeen, Scotland.

Sports Personality of the Year 2020 airs in the UK on BBC one on December 13.

Who is favourite to win BBC Sports Personality of the Year?

Early favourites for the 2020 Sports Personality of the Year include boxer Tyson Fury, 'body coach' Joe Wicks and Liverpool footballer Jordan Henderson.