Commonwealth Games fever is coming to Liverpool as the city prepares to host the Queen’s Baton Relay tomorrow (Saturday 19 August).
Liverpool has today unveiled ambitious plans to host a bold and inspiring 2022 Commonwealth Games that will speed up the transformation of its world famous waterfront and leave a lasting legacy for communities across the city and region.
Sports executive Brian Barwick is to Chair Liverpool’s bid to host the Commonwealth Games.
A special Commonwealth Games Small Grants Fund has been launched to mark Commonwealth Day.
A mini-Commonwealth Games village offering a host of sports for people to try planned for Liverpool’s Pier Head on Saturday 3 September has been postponed due to forecast bad weather.
An array of sporting stars are backing Liverpool’s proposed bid to stage the 2026 Commonwealth Games.