The 2022 Commonwealth Games will see the return of many world-class athletes, who will be determined to win the gold medal in Eugene, we look at the schedule, dates, time, tournament location, list of sports and broadcast in US, UK, India
On July 28, 2022, the Opening Ceremony will be held at Alexander Stadium with all 72 Commonwealth nations taking part. This will be Barbados’ first participation since becoming a republic on November 30, 2021. On August 8, 2022, the closing ceremony is scheduled to take place at the Alexander Stadium with all 72 participating nations in attendance. Representatives of Victoria, the host country of the Commonwealth Games in 2026, will receive the flag of the Commonwealth Games Federation.
Commonwealth Games (CWG) Birmingham 2022 Schedule, Date, Time, List of Sporting Events, Venue, Live Stream USA, UK, India
As the Games draw closer and closer, find out what and what to expect at our wonderful Birmingham 2022 venues, including:
1️⃣ “Go” Activities
2️⃣ Food and drink
3️⃣ @stwater Charging stations
… and much more!
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2022 Commonwealth Games schedule, date, time, venue and other details
The Commonwealth Games 2022, sometimes referred to as Birmingham 2022, is an international multi-sport competition for Commonwealth nations to be held in Birmingham, England from July 28 to August 8, 2022. After Manchester in 2002 and London in 1934, Birmingham will be will host the Commonwealth Games in 2019, making it the eighth time the UK will host the event after Cardiff in 1958, Edinburgh in 1970 and 1986 and Glasgow in 2014.
2022 Commonwealth Games Sports List and places
The West Midlands region will host 15 venues for Birmingham 2022, seven of which, including the athletics stadium and the marathon course, are in Birmingham. The National Exhibition Center complex, part of the city’s outskirts in nearby Solihull, will host the Games at the NEC Arena in addition to its exhibition halls. Coventry, Cannock Chase, Royal Leamington Spa, Sandwell, Warwick and Wolverhampton are the other six regional hosts. Track cycling will take place at a new location, the Lee Valley VeloPark in Stratford, east London.
The final number of competitions to be held in Birmingham was first announced in October 2020; however, three para-sport relays in swimming and athletics have since been removed from the schedule due to a lack of preliminary entries. There will be 280 finals in 20 different sports. Another difference compared to 2018 is that there will be 136 events for women compared to 134 for men, a first for major multi-sport competitions.
The number of para-sport events has also increased from 36 to 39, including the first wheelchair basketball competition in Games history. Additionally, some sports have seen their competitions changed, such as the switch from basketball to 3×3 basketball.
July 28 – Opening Ceremony
July 29 to August 2: Basketball 3×3: Smithfield site.
July 29 to August 3 – Aquatics – Smethwick, Sandwell Aquatics Center
July 29 to August 8- Badminton: National Exhibition Center (NEC) Hall 5
July 29 to August 4,6,7- Boxing: National Exhibition Center (NEC) Hall 4
July 29-31; August 2-4 6.7- T20 Cricket: Edgbaston Cricket Ground.
July 29 – August 1 – Cycling – Track and Para Track: indoor cycling center at Lee Valley Velopark
July 29 – August 2- Gymnastics- Artistic: Arena Birmingham
July 29 – August 6 – Bowls and para bowls: Victoria Park
July 29 – August 7 – Netball: the arena at the National Exhibition Center
July 29 – August 8 – Hockey: University of Birmingham.
29 July – 8 August – Squash: University of Birmingham Center
July 29 – August 8 – Table Tennis and Para Table Tennis: National Exhibition Hall 3
July 29 to July 31- Rugby Sevens: Coventry Stadium.
July 29 to July 31-Triathlon and Para Triathlon: Parc Sutton
July 30 – August 3- Weightlifting: The National Showroom 1
July 30- August 7- Beach Volleyball: Smithfield
August 1-3 – Judo: Coventry Stadium and Arena Indoor Venue
August 2-7 – Athletics and para-athletics: Alexander Stadium
August 3 – Cycling – Mountain biking: The forest of Cannock Chase
August 4 – Cycling – West Park Time Trial
August 4 – Para Powerlifting: The National Showroom 1
August 4-6-Gymnastics- Rhythmic: Arena Birmingham
August 4-8-Aquatics – Diving: Sandwell Aquatics Centre.
August 5-6 – Wrestling: Convention Arena.
August 7 – Cycling – Road Race: Warwick’s Myton Fields
August 8 – Closing Ceremony
Commonwealth Games 2022 Where to watch: live stream and TV broadcast?
Sky New Zealand bought the rights to broadcast the 2022 and 2026 Olympic Games in New Zealand and the Pacific Islands in November 2019. Production company Sunset+Vine was chosen to serve as the host broadcaster for the event in July 2020. The BBC bought the rights to broadcast the event in the UK in October 2020. Seven Network bought the Australian broadcast rights to the 2022 Games in October 2021.
|India||Sony Pictures Sports Network|
|New Zealand||NZ sky|
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