12 Apr 2022

Victoria, Australia, will host the 2026 Commonwealth Games

The Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) awarded the 2026 Commonwealth Games to the State of Victoria in Australia.

Table tennis and Para table tennis have been confirmed as part of the initial 16 sports put forward for the Games programme.

In what will be a first-ever predominantly regional Commonwealth Games, Victoria 2026 will be staged in March 2026 across multiple cities and regional hubs. The city of Geelong will host table tennis competitions.

The 2026 Games will be the 23rd edition of the major multi-sport competition, which aims to build peaceful, sustainable and prosperous communities across the Commonwealth through sport. The 2022 Commonwealth Games will take place in Birmingham, England from 28 July to 8 August.

Visit the website of the Commonwealth Games Federation here.

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