Liverpool launches bid to host 2026 Commonwealth Games – BBC News

Image copyright Liverpool City Council Image caption Liverpool mayor Joe Anderson is helping to spearhead the project alongside other advisers

Liverpool has officially launched a order to host the 2026 Commonwealth Competition, with a crew of advisers appointed to spearhead the project.

The bid likewise sets out the city’s interest in hosting the occurrence in 2022, following Durban’s withdrawal in March.

Sports executive Brian Barwick will chair the order alongside teams employed to design branding and hope logistics.

Liverpool City Council said it could potentially commit Everton’s projected brand-new field at Bramley Moore Dock.

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Image caption Liverpool Arena would be one of the venues that could be used to host occasions

Image caption Liverpool would be prepared to host the games in either 2026 or 2022, after Durban pulled out

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