Tickets to the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games are available now.
Following our final major release (19 April), tickets are being sold on a first come, first served basis, so act fast to secure your tickets now and to avoid disappointment.
Tickets start from £8 for under 16s and £15 for adults. Don't miss out on your chance to be at the biggest multi-sport event in the UK for a decade.
Tickets for Aquatics - Swimming, Cycling - Mountain Biking, Cycling Time Trial, Cycling - Road Race, Gymnastics - Artistic and Triathlon & Para Triathlon are now resale tickets only. Tickets for all other sports are still available.
Birmingham 2022 has the biggest ever sports programme in Commonwealth Games history, with 286 sessions across 11 days of live sport.
Explore our Competition Schedule to find out when your favourite sports will be taking place.
Did you know?
For events in the West Midlands, your Games ticket includes access to public transport in the local area on the day of your event.
No Ticket Fees
There are no fees in addition to the cost of your tickets. We hope that instead you might consider donating to our charity partners. These include United By 2022, the legacy charity we’ve established to ensure the legacy and benefits of Birmingham 2022 continue to be delivered in the years following the Games.
Don't get caught out - Buy official!
With the exception of authorised ticket sellers in some territories, tickets to the Games are only available from Birmingham2022.com. Any other sale of tickets through unofficial agencies or websites is prohibited under the Birmingham Commonwealth Games Act 2020 and tickets will be invalid. Don’t risk missing out on the action!
If you see someone selling Birmingham 2022 tickets through unauthorised channels, please make sure you let us know.
Official Ticket Resale Platform
The Birmingham 2022 official ticket resale platform gives people who have purchased tickets to the Games the chance to list their tickets for resale if they can no longer attend. Relisted tickets will then be made available to the public to purchase at face value.
The Birmingham 2022 official resale platform opened on the 31 May and will close on 4 July. At this time any tickets that remain unsold will be retained by the original purchaser.
If you have been unsuccessful in reselling yuour ticket(s) through the Birmingham 2022 official resale platform, and you or your guests are unable to attend the event for which you have purchased a ticket, you will be able to transfer the unusuable ticket(s) to a friend or family member through your ticketing account.
Please be aware, tickets may only be advertised for sale, sold, transferred, used or disposed of through Birmingham2022.com, the Birmingham 2022 official resale platform or Birmingham 2022 authorised ticket resellers. Selling or advertising tickets for sale through any other means is a criminal offence under the Birmingham Commonwealth Games Act 2020. For further details please see our Ticket Terms and Conditions.
Purchasers must be 18 years+. Tickets subject to availability and T’s & C’s apply. Immediate payment will be taken. Unofficial resale of tickets is strictly prohibited.