Commonwealth Games: opening ceremony & other Birmingham 2002 tickets you can still buy

The countdown is on for the games - with less than 60 days to go see the Birmingham 2022 events you can still buy tickets for today (June 4)

The countdown is on for the 2022 Commonwealth Games - with less than 60 days to go.

Over 2 billion are expected to watch the spectacle - the biggest event in the UK for a decade - across the globe.

And there are 500,000 to one million expected to visit Birmingham itself during the 11-day event.

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    Below is a list of  events taking place between July 28 and August 8 that still have tickets available to purchase.

    To view and purchase tickets people need to register for an account on the official website.

    More than 280 sporting events are taking place up and down the country for a full list of all locations click here. 

    There will be sporting events over 11 days.

    Thursday, July 28

    The opening ceremony will take place at Alexander Stadium between 7pm and 10.30pm on July 28.

    There are still tickets left for the opening ceremony starting at £22 - find out more here. 

    Friday, July 29

    Boxing: Men’s and Women’s Preliminary Round of 22 at The NEC Hall from 12pm to 3pm.

    Tickets range from £8 to £50 - see more information here. 

    Cricket T20: Women’s Group A Match - Australia V India at Edgbaston Stadium from 11am to 2.30pm.

    Tickets range from £8 to £22 - more information here. 

    Netball: Jamaica V Wales and New Zealand V Northern Ireland at The NEC Arena from 6pm to 9.30pm.

    Tickets range from £8 to £35 - more information here. 

    Saturday, July 30

    Hockey: Men’s Group Match at The University of Birmingham Hockey and Squash Centre from 9am to 12.30pm.

    Tickets range from £8 to £35 - more information here. 

    Rugby Sevens:  Men’s Group Match at Coventry Stadium from 9am to 1.30pm.

    Tickets range £8 to £50 - more information here.

    Table Tennis: Men’s and Women’s Qualifying Round One at The NEC Hall 3 from 9.30am to 2.30pm.

    Tickets range from £8 to £22 - more information here.

    Sunday, July 31

    Aquatics: Men’s 100M Backstroke Heats, Men’s 100m Freestyle Heats, Men;s 200M Butterfly Heats, Men’s 50M Backstroke Heats, Women’s 100M Backstroke Heat, Women’s 200M Breaststroke Heats, Women’s 4X200M Freestyle Relay Heats, Women’s 50M Butterfly Heats at Sandwell Aquatics Centre from 10.30am to 12.30pm.

    The only available tickets left are £75 - more information here. 

    Badminton: Mixed Team Quarter Final at The NEC Hall from 5.30pm to 9pm.

    Tickets range from £8 to £22 - more information here. 

    Monday, August 1

    Basketball: Men’s Basketball 3X3 quarter final, Women’s Basketball 3X3 Quarter Final. Women’s Wheelchair Basketball Semi Final at Smithfield from 3pm to 6pm.

    Tickets range from £8 to £60 - more information here.

    Beach Volleyball: Men’s Group Match, Women’s Group Match at Smithfield from 2.30pm to 5.30pm.

    Tickets range from £8 to £35 - more information here. 

    Hockey: Women’s Group Match at The University of Birmingham Hockey and Squash Centre from 9am to 12.30pm.

    Tickets range from £8 to £35 - more information here. 

    There are still tickets available for many of the games.

    Tuesday, August 2

    Athletics: Men’s 100M Round 1, Men’s Discus Throw Qualifying Round, Men’s Long Jump Qualifying Rounds, Women’s 100M Round 1, Women’s 1500M Round 1, Women’s 800M Round 1, Women’s Heptathlon 100M Hurdles, Women’s Heptathlon High Jump at Alexander Stadium from 10am to 1.30pm.

    Tickets range from £8 to £75 - more information here. 

    Badminton: Mixed Team Event Medal Match and Ceremony at The NEC Hall 5 from 5.30pm to 9.30pm.

    Tickets range from £8 to £40 - more information here. 

    Cricket T20: Women’s Group B Match - England V South Africa at Edgbaston Stadium from 11am to 2.30pm.

    Tickets range from £8 to £22 - more information here. 

    Wednesday, August 3

    Hockey: Women’s Group Match at The University of Birmingham Hockey and Squash Centre from 9am to 12.30pm.

    Tickets range from £8 to £35 - more information here. 

    Judo: Men’s +100KG Medal Contest, Men’s -100KG Medal Contest, Men’s -90KG Contest, Women’s +78KG Medal Contest, Women’s -78KG Medal Contest at Coventry Arena from 5pm to 7.45pm.

    Tickets range from £15 to £50 - more information here. 

    Netball: South Africa V Wales and Uganda V Northern Ireland at The NEC Arena from 12pm to 3.30pm.

    Tickets range from £8 to £35 - more information here. 

    Thursday, August 4

    Table Tennis: Men’s Doubles Round 2, Women’s Singles Round 1 at The NEC Hall from 4pm to 8.30pm.

    Tickets range from £8 to £22 - more information here. 

    Squash: Men’s Doubles Preliminary Rounds of 32 and 16, Women’s Preliminary Round of 16 at The University of Birmingham Hockey and Squash Centre from 6pm to 9pm.

    Tickets range from £8 to £22 - more information here. 

    Athletics: Men’s 100M Final, Men’s 100M Hurdles Final, Men’s 400M Hurdles Semi-Finals, Men’s Decathlon 400M, Women’s Discus Throw Final, Women’s 800M Semi-Finals at Alexander Stadium from 6.30pm to 10pm.

    Tickets range from £8 to £125 - more information here. 

    The games will bring 500,000 to one million people to Birmingham.

    Friday, August 5

    Wrestling: Men’s Freestyle 125KG Medal Contest, Men’s Freestyle 65KG Medal Contest, Men’s Freestyle 86KG Medal Contest at Coventry Arena from 5pm to 7.30pm.

    Tickets range from £10 to £35 - more information here.

    Table Tennis: Men’s Doubles Quarter Finals, Mixed Doubles Quarter Finals, Women’s Singles Quarter Finals at The Nec Hall 3 from 4pm to 8.30pm.

    Tickets range from £8 to £22 - more information here. 

    Athletics: Men’s 1500M Final, Men’s Decathlon, Men’s Shot Put Final, Women’s Triple Jump Final at Alexander Stadium from 6.30pm to 10pm.

    Tickets range from £8 to £125 - more information here. 

    Saturday, August 6

    Aquatics: Women’s Synchronised 3M Springboard Final at Sandwell Aquatics Centre from 10am to 1pm.

    Tickets range from £8 to £70 - more information here. 

    Athletics: Men’s 1500M Final, Men’s Hammer Throw Final, Women’s High Jump Final, Women’s Shot Put Final at Alexander Stadium from 10am to 1.15pm.

    Tickets range from £8 to £125 - more information here. 

    Badminton: Men’s Doubles Quarter-Final, Medes Doubles Quarter-Final, Women’s Singles Quarter-Final at The Nec Hall 5 from 11am to 3.30pm.

    Tickets from £8 to £22 - more information here. 

    There will be 11 days of sporting events.

    Sunday, August 7

    Beach Volleyball: Men’s Bronze Medal Match, Men’s Gold Medal Match at Smithfield from 3pm to 5.30pm.

    Tickets range from £8 to £55 - more information here. 

    Boxing: Men’s Featherweight Final, Men’s Super Heavyweight Final, Women’s Featherweight Final, Women’s Middleweight Final at The NEC Hall 4 from 7pm to 9.30pm.

    Tickets from £8 to £95 - more information here.

    Cricket T20: Women’s Gold Medal Match at Edgbaston from 5pm to 8.30pm.

    Tickets range from £10 to £55 - more information here.

    Monday, August 8

    The closing ceremony will take place at the Alexander Stadium at 8pm to 10pm on August 8.

    Tickets range from £8 to £260 - more information here.