The competition schedule released today contains 286 sessions, 19 different sports, and 283 medal events across 11 days - making it the biggest programme in the history of the Games.
When are the Games?
The Games run from Thursday 28 July, with the Opening Ceremony, to Monday 8 August.
How many athletes?
What's on Day One?
On Day 1 of the Games, on the 29th July, there will be 14 sports taking place from 9:00 in the morning until 10:30 at night, with medal sessions for swimming, track cycling, gymnastics and triathlon
When's the best day for women's sport?
Organisers say Sunday 7 August will be a "showcase" for women’s team sport in particular, with the medal matches for women’s hockey, cricket T20 and netball all taking place on the same day.
What might be a good day for Team England?
On the final day of the competition, Monday 8 August, gold medals will beawarded in diving, table tennis, badminton, squash and hockey – sports where TeamEngland has previously excelled.
When will I see the most medals?
On Tuesday 2 August nine sports will award medals and on Sunday 7 August medallists in eleven different sports will be decided.
What sports can I see where?
There'll be beach volleyball at Smithfield in the city centre, swimming, para swimming and diving at the Sandwell Aquatics Centre, Boxing at the NEC, Triathlon at Sutton Park, the full list is here.
Matt Kidson Director of Sport, Birmingham 2022
Ama Agbeze, Birmingham 2022 Board Member
More medals will be awarded to women than men for the first time ever at a major multi-sport event.
It is a huge source of pride for everyone in the Commonwealth Sport Movement that Birmingham 2022 will be the first major multi-sport event to have more medals for women than men, providing a huge boost for women’s sport.
But Ian Reid, Chief Executive of Birmingham 2022 confirmed today that plans are "on track to stage a magnificent edition of the Commonwealth Games."
In fact, during the pandemic, the games have been gaining interest with a "huge interest in tickets in recent weeks," as people search for something to look forward to.
There are millions of sports fans out there who, because of the pandemic, have not been able to attend events for 12 months and with things moving in the right direction, and vaccines being rolled out, we are anticipating a huge amount of interest when our tickets go on sale later in the year.
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