In a previous article, we have written about the importance of synching your digital calendars. You can find the article here: Digital calendars are made to be synched!
Here is a list of iCal links that you may find useful to synch with to make it easier to keep track of events or days that are important to you - once the calendar is added the information synch automatically and seamlessly into your calendar overview:
If you are using Google Calendar as your main app, you can get the calendar by clicking Add Calendar / Browse calendars of interest / (select the calendar you wish to add)
More calendars available in the Google Calendar app. You need to use a browser (not mobile) version of Google Calendar to access these.
|Manchester United||Sign in here to get access: https://calendar.manutd.com/|
Visit the offical website of the football club (google: "[name of football club] ical calendar") or get the link directly from this website: https://fixtur.es/en/premier-league
You can search for more Norwegian football teams from 14 year and up here: www.fotball.no.
|PGA Tour Schedule||http://pgatourical.pgatourhq.com/|
More links available here: https://playersupport.pgatourhq.com/resources
|European week no.||webcal://www.dreier.no/ical/weeknumbers.ics|
|Concerts and other events||http://allseats.com/ provides time table of all concerts and events that they provide tickets for. For example if you are interested in the concert tour or Guns&Roses!|
|Good to know Norway (days other than public holidays)||webcal://www.webcal.guru/nb-NO/last_ned_kalender?calendar_instance_id=202|
|Good to know USA (days other than public holidays)||webcal://www.webcal.guru/en-US/download_calendar?calendar_instance_id=169|
More links on https://www.webcal.guru/, both free and paid for different countries.
Your personal calendars have unique links that you need to fetch by logging into your accounts. We've previously shown how to find (and connect) some of these in previous articles:
Still can't find your link?
Try these websites, or google the app name along with 'ical' and you should easily find out if it exists: