The full event schedule for Birmingham 2022 has been released, allowing sports fans to see the detail of exactly which events will be held in each of the 286 sessions that will feature at next summer’s Games.

Women’s cricket T20, basketball 3×3, wheelchair basketball 3×3 and mixed synchronised diving will all debut in Birmingham, with the schedule set to include two ‘Super Sundays’ for spectators to look forward to, with the second set to be the ultimate showcase of women’s sport.

With limited opportunities to attend live sports events in recent months, a huge amount of interest in tickets for the Games is expected, especially as the sports programme is the biggest in Commonwealth history and from today Birmingham 2022 ticket accounts can now be set up.

There are 286 sessions, 19 sports, and 11 days of unmissable competition to choose from. With the biggest integrated para sport programme of any Commonwealth Games, and more medals set to be awarded to women than men for the first time ever, records will be broken as the Commonwealth’s sporting heroes come together at Birmingham 2022.

Tickets will start from £8 for under-16s and from £15 for adults. There will also be £22 tickets available for every session of the Games, including medal sessions, and for the Opening and Closing Ceremonies.

To apply for tickets, fans need to register for a ticketing account. Once an account has been created, fans will be able to enter a ballot to apply for tickets.

The Main Ticket Ballot will open to everyone in September. Before that, a West Midlands Ballot will open in mid-July, with an early release of tickets available for residents of the host region.

Register for tickets