Full Commonwealth Games 2022 schedule revealed

June 14, 2021 | by Matt Halfpenny


The full schedule for all 286 sessions of sport at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games has today been unveiled – including those for the event’s boxing tournament.

The announcement was made at the Alexander Stadium, a key venue for the Games and one that is currently being completely redeveloped ahead of next summer, with the help of Team England hopeful and super-heavyweight Delicious Orie of the city’s Jewellery Quarter Boxing club.

A total of 19 different sports will be staged on, with the world’s best athletes set to compete across 11 days of competition.

Women’s cricket T20, basketball 3×3, wheelchair basketball 3×3 and mixed synchronised diving will all debut in Birmingham, with the schedule set to includes two ‘Super Sundays’ for spectators to look forward to, with the second set to be the ultimate showcase of women’s sport.

With limited opportunities to attend live sports events in recent months, a huge amount of interest in tickets for the Games is expected, especially as the sports programme is the biggest in Commonwealth history and from today Birmingham 2022 ticket accounts can now be set up.

You can view the full Birmingham 2022 schedule by clicking here.

The main ballot for Commonwealth Games tickets will go live in September, but residents of the West Midlands will be able to apply for tickets from mid-July.

Ticketing accounts can be set up preparation now via birmingham2022.com

Ticket prices will start from £8 for under 16s and from £15 for adults, and there will be £22 tickets available for every session, including medal sessions, as well as the opening and closing ceremonies.

Matt Kidson, Director of Sport for Birmingham 2022 said: “With more detail for our sports programme now revealed, the Games is really taking shape and it’s time for people to start planning which sessions they want to attend next summer, as our tickets will go on sale very soon.

“With 19 different sports and eight Para sports, we have such a rich and varied programme and there will be medal moments on every single day of competition.

“We also have a really interesting mix of venues, with established facilities like the NEC and Arena Birmingham, beautiful parks like St Nicholas Park and West Park and exciting redevelopments like the Alexander Stadium, where the progress in the last 12 months has been phenomenal.”

Those interested in volunteering for the Games can find out more by clicking here.