Go on, have a go… and be a Commonwealth hero Join Games’ Gold Coast medallists – and try top sports – at Birmingham’s “Homecoming” event City unveils Commonwealth Games “Homecoming” at Victoria Square on Saturday, 21 April, 2018 Free party set to feature Team England athletes from the Gold Coast Public “have-a-go” sessions showcasing…
Full details announced for Birmingham 2022 Handover, which takes place on Sunday 15 April, 2018 First ever fully choreographed live handover across two continents in the history of the Commonwealth Games Tune in to BBC 2 on Sunday 15 April, from 11am Culture Central, the development organisation for culture in the Birmingham city region appointed…
Birmingham based spoken word artist Amerah Saleh is confirmed today as taking part in the official Birmingham 2022 handover ceremony on Sunday 15 April 2018.
Plans are underway for the official Birmingham 2022 handover ceremony on Sunday, 15 April 2018, which will see young people and artists from the city perform as part of the Closing Ceremony of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.
The transformation of north-west Birmingham will be significantly accelerated thanks to the housing legacy from the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games. The Village will act as a catalyst for a significant housing growth programme that will deliver up to 3,000 new homes in the area.
Sandwell Council today (23 January 2018) announced Londonderry Playing Fields, Smethwick as its preferred site for the new build Aquatics Centre that will host Swimming, Para Swimming and Diving for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Following a rigorous and accelerated selection process Birmingham has been awarded the 22nd Commonwealth Games in 2022
Birmingham is to be the UK’s official candidate city for the 2022 Commonwealth Games, Culture Secretary Karen Bradley has announced.
Birmingham today (07 September 2017) welcomed the decision by the Commonwealth Games Delivery Unit (CGDU) to recommend it as a Candidate City to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
With just days to go until the UK’s preferred Candidate City is announced, Birmingham 2022 shares 22 reasons why it is time to Bring the Games to Birmingham