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Thread: Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games

  1. #11

    Re: Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games

    For everyone who have bought tickets: you'll be able to return them if you can't attend for any reason. The tickets, which get sent back, will then go into a resale early next year.

  2. #12

    Re: Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games

    It would be fantastic if London did host the 2026 Commonwealth Games, I know I would try and get tickets for Wimbledon: http://www.standard.co.uk/sport/lond...-b6967704.html

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  4. #13

    Re: Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games

    It might not have worked, so I've tried it again: http://www.standard.co.uk/sport/lond...2-b967704.html

  5. #14

    Re: Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games

    If anyone wants to buy more tickets, you'll be able to do so next month.

    The Commonwealth Games Federation still haven't confirmed that Victoria in Australia will host the 2026 one.

  6. #15

    Re: Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games

    It was announced yesterday: http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/commonwealth-games/61075173 It'll start in March 2026 with the ceremonies being held in Melbourne. Geelong will host the swimming, diving, beach volleyball, gymnastics, hockey, table tennis and the triathlon. It'll co-host the cricket with Ballarat, Bendigo and Gippsland. Ballarat will host the athletics and boxing. Bendigo will host the lawn bowls, netball, squash and weightlifting and powerlifting. Gippsland will host the badminton and rugby sevens.

  7. #16

    Re: Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games

    If anyone want more tickets, they go on sale at 8am next Tuesday (19th).

  8. #17

    Re: Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games

    I had to wait for one hour and twenty minutes in the queue for more Commonwealth Games tickets, earlier, but it was worth the wait. As I managed to get an opening ceremony and the rest of the athletics tickets. Now all I have to do is book a hotel and tell my oncologist and the nurses at the hospital that I can't have my bone injection on the 29th July.

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    clancy (20-04-2022)

  10. #18

    Re: Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games

    I think if Sir Mo Farah runs in either the marathon, 10,000m or 5,000m in Birmingham then he could be chosen to carry the English flag into the stadium.

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