The 2022 Commonwealth Games will see the return of many world-class athletes, who will be determined to win gold in Birmingham, we take a look at the schedule, dates, time, instead of the Tournament, CWG Opening Ceremony, Sports and Live stream details and list of commentators
The Opening Ceremony of the 2022 Commonwealth Games, which will feature representatives from all 72 Commonwealth nations, will take place at Alexander Stadium on July 28, 2022. The Closing Ceremony is scheduled to take place at Alexander Stadium on August 8, 2022, with the participation of the 72 participating nations.
Commonwealth Games (CWG) Birmingham 2022 schedule, opening ceremony, date, time, venue, list of sporting events, commentators, live stream USA, India, UK
2022 Commonwealth Games Opening and Closing Ceremony details, date and time
An international multi-sport competition for Commonwealth nations, the 2022 Commonwealth Games will take place in Birmingham, England from 28 July to 8 August 2022. The West Midlands region will host 15 venues for Birmingham 2022, including seven, including the stadium athletics 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.
On Thursday, July 28, the Commonwealth Games will begin. The opening ceremony will take place at the Alexandra Stadium in Birmingham and is expected to start at 7am. The first sporting events are scheduled to begin on Friday July 29 and run until Monday August 8.
List of events and full schedule for the 2022 Commonwealth Games
The first set of tickets for this summer’s games went on sale on April 19 and are still available on Birmingham2022.com. Each event has a maximum of five categories. The most expensive and closest to the action are Category A tickets. Category E tickets are cheaper and further away.
• Athletics and para-athletics; From Tuesday August 2 to Sunday August 7
• Badminton; From Friday 29 July to Monday 8 August
• Basketball and Wheelchair Basketball; From Friday 29 July to Tuesday 2 August
• Beach volleyball; From Saturday 30 July to Sunday 7 August
• Boxing; From Friday 29 July to Thursday 4 August. From Saturday August 6th to Sunday August 7th
• Locust; From Friday 29 July to Sunday 31 July, from Tuesday 2 August to Thursday 4 August, from Saturday 6 August to Sunday 7 August
• Bike; Mountain bike; Wednesday August 3
• Road cycling race; Sunday August 7
• Cycling against the clock; Thursday August 4
• Cycling on track and para-track; From Friday 29 July to Monday 1 August
• Dive; From Thursday 4 August to Monday 8 August
• Artistic Gymnastics; From Friday 29 July to Tuesday 2 August
• Rhythmic Gymnastics; From Thursday 4 August to Saturday 6 August
• Hockey; From Friday 29 July to Monday 8 August
• Judo; From Monday August 1st to Wednesday August 3rd
• lawn bowls and para bowls on lawn; From Friday 29 July to Saturday 6 August
• Marathon; Saturday July 30
• Netball; From Friday 29 July to Sunday 7 August
• Para-powerlifting; Thursday August 4
• 7-a-side rugby; From Friday 29 July to Sunday 31 July
• To crush; From Friday 29 July to Monday 8 August
• Swimming and Para-swimming; From Friday 29 July to Wednesday 3 August
• Table tennis and Para-table tennis; From Friday 29 July to Monday 8 August
• Triathlon and Para Triathlon; From Friday 29 July to Sunday 31 July
• Bodybuilding; From Saturday 30 July to Wednesday 3 August
• Struggle; From Friday 5 August to Saturday 6 August
2022 Commonwealth Games Broadcasters List, Panel of Experts, And how to watch the live stream and highlights
Over 200 hours of action from the games will be broadcast by the BBC on no less than 11 live streams. Olympic gold medalists Michael Johnson, Denise Lewis and Jessica Ennis-Hill will all be part of the expert panel of commentators covering athletics, alongside Commonwealth gold medalists Max Whitlock and Beth Tweedle.
Mark Foster, Rebecca Adlington, Ellie Simmons, Sir Chris Hoy and Ama Agbeze are some other ex-athletes who will cover the games. Hazel Irvine, Clare Balding, Gabby Logan, Jason Mohmmad, Holly Hamiliton and Ayo Akinwolere will provide daily live TV coverage from the studio in Birmingham’s Centenary Square.
JJ Chalmers and Isa Guha will present daily highlights from the game on BBC One. BBC Radio 5 Live, 5 Live Sports Extra and BBC Sounds will all provide live radio coverage of the event.
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