Date: 28 JULY - 08 AUGUST 2022
Host:  England
Countries:  72 
Events: 283 medal events
Athletes: 4500+

As one of the youngest cities in Europe, Birmingham is home to more than 180 nationalities showcasing its vibrant and richly diverse character. It is well known for always offering a warm welcome to visitors from around the world.

Marking the largest multi-sport event to be held in England within the last 10 years, The Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games demonstrated the very best of Global Britain to the world, showcasing the region’s strengths of: being connected and accessible; youth and inclusivity; and a focus on regeneration and rejuvenation.

Starting with the now iconic ' Raging Bull', the Games provided a sporting showcase to be proud of. In total 877 medals were awarded alongside 96 Commonwealth Games Records and 4 World Records broken. 

Delivering 19 different sports across 15 venues, Birmingham 2022 welcomed the biggest integrated para sport programme in Commonwealth History as well as sporting debuts for basketball 3x3, wheelchair basketball 3x3 and cricket T20. The firsts did not stop there, Birmingham 2022 broke history, becoming the first major multi-sporting event to award more medals to women (136 events) than men (134 events).