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Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games Schedule, Dates, And How To Get Tickets All You Need To Know

The upcoming sporting event that is going to take place in Birmingham 2022, which is officially regarded as Commonwealth Games will begin on 28th July 2022. This is going to be the 22nd season of the commonwealth games this year. In 2017 the official announcement was made that Birmingham will be hosting the 2022 edition of the contest. This is going to be the 3rd time that England is going to be the host of this contest after, the 2002 and 1934 editions.

The commonwealth games 2022 is going to be having 72 participating nations which will be representing their different players in various athletic sports, Barbados is going to take part for the first time in this contest. The opening ceremony will take be on the 27th of July and the closing ceremony will be on the 8th of August 2022. both the occasions will take place at Alexander Stadium. So let’s have a look at the details of this event here, Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games Schedule, Dates, And How To Get Tickets All You Need To Know

Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games Schedule

Commonwealth as we know is a multi-sport event that comprises various sporting categories, this year is going to have 283 games scheduled in 20 sports categories. There are going to be 15 venues where the entire contest is going to be spread in the city of Birmingham.

The games for this year’s Commonwealth 2022 games are as follows:

  • Aquatics
    •  Diving 
    •  Swimming 
  •  Athletics 
  • Badminton 
  • 3×3 basketball 
  •  Beach volleyball 
  • Boxing
  • Cricket
  • Cycling
    • Mountain biking 
    • Road 
    • Track 
  •  Gymnastics
    • Artistic
    • Rhythmic
  • Judo 
  • Field hockey 
  • Lawn bowls 
  •  Netball
  •  Para powerlifting
  •  Rugby sevens 
  •  Squash
  • Table tennis 
  •  Triathlon 
  •  Weightlifting 
  •  Wrestling
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We also have the Schedule of the Commonwealth games below, please have a look at it now,

  • Athletics and Para Athletics: Tuesday, August 2–Sunday, August 7
  • Badminton: Friday, July 29–Monday, August 8
  • Basketball and Wheelchair Basketball: Friday, July 29–Tuesday, August 2
  • Beach Volleyball: Saturday, July 30–Sunday, August 7
  • Boxing: Friday, July 29–Thursday, August 4, Saturday, August 6–Sunday, August 7
  • Cricket: Friday, July 29–Sunday, July 31, Tuesday, August 2–Thursday, August 4, Saturday, August 6–Sunday, August 7
  • Cycling–Mountain Bike: Wednesday, August 3
  • Cycling–Road Race: Sunday, August 7
  • Cycling–Time Trial: Thursday, August 4
  • Cycling–Track & Para Track: Friday, July 29–Monday, August 1
  • Diving: Thursday, August 4–Monday, August 8
  • Gymnastics–Artistic: Friday, July 29–Tuesday, August 2
  • Gymnastics–Rhythmic:Thursday, August 4–Saturday, August 6
  • Hockey: Friday, July29–Monday, August 8
  • Judo: Monday, August 1–Wednesday, August 3
  • Lawn Bowls and Para Lawn Bowls: Friday, July 29–Saturday, August 6
  • Marathon: Saturday, July 30
  • Netball: Friday, July 29–Sunday, August 7
  • Para Powerlifting: Thursday, August 4
  • Rugby Sevens: Friday, July 29–Sunday, July 31
  • Squash: Friday, July 29–Monday, August 8
  • Swimming and Para Swimming: Friday, July 29–Wednesday, August 3
  • Table Tennis and Para Table Tennis: Friday, July 29–Monday, August 8
  • Triathlon and Para Triathlon: Friday, July 29, Sunday, July 31
  • Weightlifting: Saturday, July 30–Wednesday, August 3
  • Wrestling: Friday, August 5–Saturday, August 6 

How to But the Tickets for the Commonwealth Games?

As we know that it is going to be held in England and you still have a month for the games o begin, so you can buy the tickets as soon as possible from a reliable source, the information of which is available on the official website, before the ticket are all sold out. Last year the ticket had started going on sale from 14th July for the locals. The tickets are now available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

There are five categories for buying the tickets, category A tickets are closer to the action and hence are more expensive, whereas category E-tickets are further away so they are less expensive. The price of the tickets begins from £8 for those youngsters who are under 16. Meanwhile, for adults, the price is quoted to be £15. Those interested in attending the Commonwealth Games should book without any delays. Tickets are selling out in huge numbers already.

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