The University of Birmingham will be the venue for the squash and hockey events during the 2022 Commonwealth Games, as well as housing the principal Athletes’ Village.
The two international-standard hockey pitches, built in 2017 as part of the £10 million ($14 million/€11.5 million) outdoor facilities redevelopment, have been re-carpeted in advance of the Games.
Temporary seating for around 6,000 spectators and accredited guests will be built around the main competition pitch.
In 2017, the University opened a new £55 million ($76.57 million/€63.4 million) Sport & Fitness Centre which comprises six squash courts with adjustable walls for larger doubles courts during the Games.
The 2,000m square indoor arena will also house an all-glass squash court, featuring more than 2,000 seats for spectators and accredited guests.
Other sporting facilities at the University include a 50m swimming pool and athletics track.
Accessibility: A range of temporary and existing accessible facilities will be available which includes a changing places toilet. Please note there is no parking at or near the venue, except for limited blue badge parking.
Accessible Golf Buggy: To help with access across the site, an Accessible Golf Buggy Service will be running between the University Station and the venue.