Commonwealth Games 2022 Live Stream: Schedule, Prize Money, Venues and TV Coverage

Commonwealth Games 2022 Live Stream

The 22nd edition of the Commonwealth Games will take place from 28th July to 8th August 2022 in Birmingham. This year, over 5,000 athletes will participate from 72 nations in 280 events in 20 sports at 15 different venues. Australia will become the first Commonwealth nation to reach 1000 all-time Commonwealth Games gold medals. How To watch CWG 2022 Online TV Channel

  • Opening Ceremony: The Opening Ceremony is set to take place at Alexander Stadium on 28 July 2022, with all 72 countries within the Commonwealth.
  • Closing Ceremony: The Closing Ceremony is due to take place on 8 August 2022, with all 72 countries returning to Alexander Stadium.

Commonwealth Games 2022 Live Stream From Anywhere

The Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games are live and free exclusively on Gamepass In the USA and anywhere. BBC from the United Kingdom. From Australia, Seven Network will be broadcast and Sky NZ will telecast from New Zealand.

CountryChannel
AustraliaSeven Network
CanadaCBC
IndiaDD Sports, Sony Pictures Sports Network
New ZealandSky NZ
SingaporeMediacorp
United KingdomBBC
WalesS4C

2022 Commonwealth Games Schedule

Diving: 4th August to 8th August 2022

Swimming: 29th July to 3rd August 2022

Athletics: 30th July to 7th August 2022

Badminton: 29th July to 8th August 2022

3×3 basketball: 29th July to 2nd August 2022

Beach volleyball: 30th July to 7th August 2022

Boxing: 29th July to 7th August 2022

Cricket: 29th July to 7th August 2022

Cycling:

Track cycling: 29th July – 1st August 2022 (Gold Medal Event)
Mountain biking: 3rd August 2022 (Gold Medal Event)
Road cycling: 4th & 7th August 2022 (Gold Medal Event)

Gymnastics:

Artistic: 29th July to 2nd August 2022 (Gold medal events)

Rhythmic: 4th to 6th August 2022 (Gold medal events)

Hockey: 29th July to 8th August 2022

Judo: 1st, 2nd, 3rd August 2022

Lawn bowls: 29th July to 6th August 2022

Netball: 29th July to 7th August 2022

Para powerlifting: 4th August 2022 (Gold Medal Event)

Rugby sevens: 29th July to 31st July 2022

Squash: 29th July to 8th August 2022

Table tennis: 29th July to 8th August 2022

Triathlon: 29th July to 31st July 2022

Weightlifting: 30th July to 3rd August 2022

Wrestling: 5th and 6th August 2022

2022 Commonwealth Games Prize Money

Gold Medalists: The athletes who will win Gold Medals in the competitions will take home a whopping cash prize. Singapore provides the most worthy incentive of $737,000 to the Gold medalists. While the prize money share will also be in his bank beside the sponsorships.

Silver Medalists | The players who will finish as the runner-ups in the events are also paid different incentives as performance bonuses. Moreover, there is also a sponsorship and prize money share.

Bronze Medalists | The Bronze medalists will take home the prize money share as well as some good cash prizes for performing well in the games.

CountriesGold MedalistsSilver MedalistsBronze Medalists
Singapore$737,000$369,000$184,000
Taiwan$720,000$251,000$178,000
Hong Kong$642,500$321,250$160,625
Thailand$365,150$219,090$146,060
Indonesia$346,000$138,500$69,250
Kazakhstan$250,000$150,000$75,000
Malaysia$236,000$71,000$24,000
Azerbaijan$235,000$117,500$58,750
Morocco$225,067$140,667$84,400

2022 Commonwealth Games Venues List

  • Alexander Stadium: Opening Ceremony, Closing Ceremony, Athletics
  • Arena Birmingham: Gymnastics
  • Edgbaston Cricket Ground: Cricket
  • Smithfield: 3x3 Basketball, 3x3 Wheelchair Basketball, Beach Volleyball
  • Sutton Park: Triathlon
  • University of Birmingham: Hockey, Squash
  • Victoria Square: Marathon
  • Cannock Chase District: Cycling (Mountain Bike, Road, Time Trial)
  • Coventry: Rugby Sevens, Judo, Wrestling
  • Leamington Spa: Lawn Bowls
  • Sandwell: Aquatics
  • Solihull: Hall 1 – Weightlifting, Para Powerlifting/Hall 3 – Table Tennis, Para Table Tennis/Hall 4 – Boxing/Hall 5 – Badminton
  • Solihull: Netball
  • Warwick: Cycling (Road Race)
  • Wolverhampton: Cycling (Time Trials)
  • London: Cycling (Track)