At the 2026 Victoria Commonwealth Games, Team England will compete against the 72 nations and territories of the Commonwealth in 26 disciplines across 20 different sports.
Victoria will see the largest para sport programme in Commonwealth Games history with nine para sports on the programme: Athletics, Wheelchair Basketball, Cycling, Lawn Bowls, Para Powerlifting, Swimming, Table Tennis, Shooting Para Sport and Paratriathlon.
Coastal Rowing, BMX and Golf will make their Commonwealth debuts, whilst Shooting returns to the sport programme with the addition of Shooting Para Sport. After a hugely successful introduction in Birmingham, Basketball and Wheelchair Basketball and Women’s T20 Cricket retain their places in the schedule.
The 2023 Commonwealth Youth Games in Trinidad and Tobago will feature seven sports, with Netball’s Fast5 format making its first appearance at the games. The Youth Games will see athletes aged between 14-18 competing across the twin islands in six days of competition. Athletics, Cycling and Swimming will be based in Trinidad, while Beach Volleyball, Netball, Rugby 7’s and the newly introduced Triathlon will take place across Tobago.