The Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games is going to be a world class celebration of sport and culture. To help you make the most of your visit we’ve included lots of information and advice below.
Check back soon as we’ll continue to add more details to help make your visit to the biggest event to be staged in the UK for a decade a memorable occasion.
The Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games will put the West Midlands on the global stage.
Athletes from around the Commonwealth will compete in a range of sports and para sports from Aquatics to Para Powerlifting across an exciting eleven days of competition.
Following the ticket ballots which took place in July and September 2021, the remaining tickets for Birmingham 2022 are now on general sale.
Tickets are being sold on a first come, first served basis, so if you buy a ticket now, you'll guarantee your seat at the Games.
The safety of our spectators is a top priority for Birmingham 2022. The Birmingham 2022 team is constantly monitoring the situation, working closely with public health experts, and learning from other major UK and international events that have or will be taking place before July 2022.
Birmingham 2022 will adhere to all Government guidelines in place at the time of the Games.
United by 2022
Hosting Birmingham 2022 is a big moment for Birmingham and the West Midlands and that's why the Games Partners want to make this moment last and carry forward the long-term legacy and benefits of the Games.
To help ensure this happens, the United by 2022 Legacy Charity has been established.
Birmingham 2022 Festival
The Birmingham 2022 Festival is a six-month cultural programme starting in March 2022. It will harness the moment of the Games to shine a spotlight on the region's cultural sector. Audacious, playful, and inclusive, the festival will connect people, time and place in a programme designed to entertain, engage, and embrace audiences, whilst positively disrupting and inspiring lasting change.