THE UK has hosted some unforgettable sporting events this year.
From football to Formula One, millions of fans have bought tickets to see their favourite team or athlete in action.
But one event in particular was by far the most popular.
Here, SunSport look at the most in-demand sporting events of 2023, according to viagogo.
10 – Atlanta Falcons vs Jacksonville Jaguars – NFL London Games 2023
NFL returned to London in October as thousands of American football fans flocked to Wembley Stadium.
The Jaguars beat the Falcons 23-7 in front of a crowd of 85,176 spectators.
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It was the first of five international games the NFL had implemented in the 2023-24 season.
Another two games were also played in London – both at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
9 – England vs France – Guinness Six Nations 2023
England fell to a horrid 53-10 loss to France at Twickenham in the fourth round of the Guinness Six Nations in March.
It was their biggest-ever home defeat and sparked outrage from fans.
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Around 81,000 spectators were in attendance, but not everyone stayed until the final whistle.
Those who did let their discontent known when a wave of boos rang around the stadium.
8 – The Open Championship
A record attendance of 260,000 fans was projected ahead of the 151st Open Championship in Wirral.
The Royal Liverpool Golf Club slightly increased in size in preparation for the July event as fans rapidly sought to buy tickets.
Brian Harman went on to win the competition.
7 – Baltimore Ravens vs Tennessee Titans – NFL London Games 2023
Just over 61,000 fans were in attendance at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium as the Ravens beat the Titans 24-16.
It was the final match of the highly-anticipated 2023 NFL London games.
6 – KSI vs Tommy Fury
YouTubers and social media stars were at the forefront of the boxing scene at the beginning of October.
KSI faced former Love Islander Tommy Fury on the Prime Card at Manchester Arena in a highly-anticipated bout.
Fury, brother of heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, controversially won the fight by majority decision.
It was scored 57–56, 57–56, 57–57 in favour of Fury, but KSI branded it a "robbery".
YouTuber Logan Paul also faced MMA star Dillon Danis on the night.
He won after Danis was disqualified following an attempted guillotine choke.
It all took place in front of a 20,000-capacity crowd in Manchester.
5 – Wales vs England – Guinness Six Nations 2023
England clinched a 20-10 victory over Wales at the Principality Stadium in February – their first Six Nations win in Cardiff since 2017.
Just over 74,000 fans were in attendance to watch as Steve Borthwick's side earned their second win of the competition.
4 – ICC World Test Championship – Australia v India
Australia beat India by 209 runs at The Oval in June.
The Aussies dominated towards the end of the five-day event and cruised to the win.
It was a huge event watched by thousands at The Oval.
3 – Jacksonville Jaguars vs Buffalo Bills – NFL London Games 2023
The Jaguars secured back-to-back London wins with a 25-20 victory over the Bills.
Around 61,200 fans were in attendance – just below the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium's 62,000 capacity.
Following this year's popular London Series, NFL is set to return to the capital in 2024.
2 – Formula 1 British Grand Prix
The British Grand Prix drew a huge crowd this year.
A whopping 480,000 spectators stormed through the gates of Silverstone over the course of the weekend.
They were treated to an epic race and performances from the likes of Jax Jones, Black Eyed Peas and Tom Grennan.
Hometown heroes Lewis Hamilton and Lando Norris earned a spot on the podium, while Max Verstappen stormed to victory.