Commonwealth Games bid 2022 news
Government confirms Birmingham bid for the Commonwealth Games 2022
The Interim Leader of Birmingham City Council has welcomed the news that the Government is backing Birmingham to be the UK’s official candidate city for the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Birmingham welcomes Commonwealth Games decision
Birmingham today (7 September 2017) welcomed the decision by the Commonwealth Games Delivery Unit (CGDU) to recommend it as a Candidate City to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
22 reasons Birmingham should host the 2022 Commonwealth Games
With the decision due soon as to whether an English Bid for the 2022 Commonwealth Games the Birmingham bid team has compiled a list of 22 reasons why the city should be selected.
Birmingham Weekender encapsulates spirit of cultural programme for 2022 bid
Just 22 days ahead of Birmingham’s largest arts festival, Birmingham Weekender (from 22 – 24 September), the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games bid team unveils its cultural programme for the Games.
Business backing for 2022 Games bid
The Birmingham 2022 bid team today unveiled its plans to showcase the best of UK industry and business to a global audience, as part of its 2022 Commonwealth Games bid.
Stars of screen and sport back the bid
Hollywood stars Julie Walters and David Harewood are joining with over 60 top sports stars to back Birmingham’s bid for the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Birmingham boosts 2022 Bid with Baton visit
The Queen’s Baton Relay will visit Birmingham on Sunday (August 20).
Leamington Spa bowled over to be part of Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games Bid
Home of Bowls England and the English National Bowls Championships, has been revealed as the Lawn Bowls and Para Lawn Bowls venue for Birmingham’s 2022 Bid.
Basketball and Urban Street Festival at heart of Birmingham’s bid
Birmingham’s Victoria Square would transform into a sporting and cultural landmark for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Villa Park: Spectacular 2022 venue
Rugby 7s is a fantastic showcase of sport, demonstrating energy, skill and passion, with both players and fans actively engaging in the game.
Young athletes back Brum bid
Five talented young Midlands athletes from a range of sports gathered in Birmingham yesterday (July 31) to reveal why they are backing Birmingham’s 2022 Commonwealth Games bid.
Birmingham 2022 Bid celebrates a summer of sporting success
It has been an incredible summer of sport for Midlands athletes, coinciding with Birmingham’s bid for the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Brendan Foster joins Birmingham 2022 Bid team
Commonwealth Champion and legendary long-distance athlete, Brendan Foster CBE, is today announced as the latest addition to the Birmingham 2022 Bid team.
West Midlands region to benefit from 2022 Games bid
Following the Commonwealth Games Development Unit (CGDU) visit to Birmingham this week, the 2022 bid team can now announce three further sports and venues benefitting the wider West Midlands region.
University of Birmingham backs 2022 Games bid
Birmingham 2022 today announces its partnership with University of Birmingham for its 2022 Commonwealth Games Bid.
Images of rejuvenated Alexander Stadium released
Images of what a revamped Alexander Stadium could look like if Birmingham hosts the 2022 Commonwealth Games have been revealed.
City reveals world-class indoor arenas for 2022 Commonwealths bid
Birmingham today reveals four indoor arenas in the Birmingham and Solihull area that will play a pivotal role in delivering its Commonwealth Games 2022 bid.
City unveils vision and logo for 2022 Commonwealth Games
Birmingham's Commonwealth Games Steering Group has submitted its Preliminary Questionnaire response for bidding to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games to the DCMS
Statement on 2022 Commonwealth Games
The following is a statement from Cllr Ian Ward, Deputy Leader of Birmingham City Council, in relation to a statement issued by the Commonwealth Games Federation in relation to the Durban 2022 games: