Gain unique insight into the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games as we bring you exclusive stories, profiles and interviews from the heart of the West Midlands.
31st October 2019
1,000 days to go until Birmingham 2022
The countdown continues as we mark 1,000 days to go until the opening ceremony of Birmingham 2022.
24th October 2019
Delivering Social Value
Our focus on sustainability, health and well-being, inclusivity, human rights and local benefit.
18th October 2019
World-class line-up announced for Birmingham 2022 Athletes’ Advisory Committee
Birmingham 2022 unveils the members of its newly formed Athletes’ Advisory Committee.
15th October 2019
Draft Games Strategic Transport Plan
The Birmingham 2022 Draft Games Strategic Transport Plan, which sets out how the region’s transport network will be managed during the Games, has been launched.
15th October 2019
Finding Common Ground across the West Midlands
In three years’ time Birmingham and the West Midlands will host the Commonwealth Games, and communities from across the region will play a key role in shaping this story.
2nd October 2019
Calling Marketing & Creative Services Suppliers
We have launched the next phase of procurement to secure marketing and creative services.
We have launched the next phase of procurement to secure…
3rd September 2019
Birmingham 2022 rewards netball’s success with move to larger venue
We’re delighted to announce a change in venue for netball, following the recent growth in popularity of the sport.
We’re delighted to announce a change in venue for netball,…
19th August 2019
Gowling WLG announced as Official Legal Advisers and first sponsor for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games
13th August 2019
Birmingham 2022 set for largest ever female and para-sport programme in Commonwealth Games in history
Birmingham 2022 is set to have the largest ever female and para sport programme in history after Women’s T20 Cricket, Beach Volleyball and Para Table Tennis were confirmed for the next Commonwealth Games.
Birmingham 2022 is set to have the largest ever female…
30th July 2019
Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games and Shooting
A statement from Ian Reid, Chief Executive Officer for Birmingham 2022
A statement from Ian Reid, Chief Executive Officer for Birmingham…
24th July 2019
Birmingham 2022 unveils its vision and new brand identity
To mark the milestone of three years to go, the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games has unveiled its new brand identity which underpins its vision to create a ‘Games for everyone’.
To mark the milestone of three years to go, the…
25th June 2019
£778M investment in Birmingham and the West Midlands to deliver 2022 Commonwealth Games
Games will benefit Birmingham, the West Midlands and the UK through job creation, business and trade opportunities, and tourism Budget is split 75% / 25% between central government and Birmingham City Council and partners
Games will benefit Birmingham, the West Midlands and the UK…
20th June 2019
Three new sports proposed for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games
Women’s T20 cricket is one of three new sports that could be added to the programme of events at Birmingham 2022, after proposals were given approval by the Commonwealth Games Federation’s Executive Board.
Women’s T20 cricket is one of three new sports that…
8th June 2019
Work to prepare the site of the new Sandwell Aquatics centre to start in June
Work to clear and prepare the site of the Sandwell Aquatics Centre, which will host the swimming and diving events at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, will start in the next few weeks.
Work to clear and prepare the site of the Sandwell…
8th May 2019
Work officially starts on construction of Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games village
Construction work on the largest infrastructure project directly related to the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games started today (May 8).
Construction work on the largest infrastructure project directly related to…
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