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The Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games will be held in venues across Birmingham and the West Midlands.

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The Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games will be the biggest sports event to be held in the UK for a decade, including 286 sessions across 19 different sports and eight Para sports.

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With 11 days of swimming and diving, eight days of cricket, eight days of gymnastics and seven days of athletics, including the marathon, Birmingham 2022 will offer an exciting sports schedule.

The Birmingham 2022 medal event programme features more medal events for women than men for the first time in Commonwealth Games history, as well as a fully integrated Para sport programme.

Take a look at the daily Birmingham 2022 schedule below and click here to view the session schedule. The medal event programme can be seen here. 

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Tickets for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games are now on general sale following the ballot phase which saw huge demand from fans hoping to secure their seats.

It was revealed in December 2021 that one million tickets had been sold with just 500,000 still available for those hoping to catch some of the action.

A number of events have sold out, including the Opening Ceremony and all sessions of swimming, diving, judo, basketball 3x3, cycling, artistic gymnastics and triathlon. The athletics 100 metres finals, and the gold medal sessions for netball, cricket T20 and hockey, also have no availability.

As of January 2022, tickets remain in sports such as athletics, badminton, beach volleyball, boxing, cricket T20, lawn bowls, netball, powerlifting, rugby sevens, squash, table tennis, weightlifting and wrestling.

It means there is still a chance to witness top class sport at venues including Alexander Stadium, Edgbaston and the NEC Arena.

For more details on tickets, including how to buy them, click here

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