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Alongside the cultural programme, sports are the heart of the Gay Games. The first Gay Games in San Francisco back in 1982 featured 17 sports. Since then, the total number of sports has more than doubled, with 36 sports featured in 2022. GGHK hope you will find in this programme, one or more sports where […]
The countdown is on! Tuesday 29 June 2021 marks exactly 500 days until the Opening Ceremony of Gay Games 11 Hong Kong 2022. GGHK cannot wait to promote equality through sport and culture as they make history in Asia. REGISTER FOR THE WEBINAR HERE
More than USD100,000 has been donated to support the first Gay Games to be held in Asia! With just over two years to go until the Gay Games are hosted in Hong Kong and in Asia for the first time, support for the Games continues to gather pace. The significant crowdfunding milestone of USD100,000 has […]
A message from the Federation of Gay Games: “One Quarter in… …And 2020 continues to present the World with challenges. We started with an overhang of protests, endured raging bushfires, and are now faced with a rapidly spreading virus, that both threatens lives and throws a spotlight on the disenfranchised, disadvantaged, and those with challenging […]
20 Cities Across 6 Continents Return RFIs to be the Host City for the Games that Change the World. The Federation of Gay Games has received a record number of expressions of interest from cities around the globe desiring to be the host of the twelfth Gay Games XII to be held in 2026!
Do You Want To Bring Gay Games XII To Your City In 2026? The first step in the Site Selection process, to identify the host for the next Gay Games in 2026, is submitting a Request for Information (RFI) document. This is now available, and can be received by contacting:
Would your city like to bid for the 2026 Gay Games? Your chance to bring the largest sporting event open to all is coming very soon! The Request for Information (RFI) document will be available on January 31, 2020, with a response for intending bidders due back by February 21, 2020.
The Hong Kong Team delivered two sessions to update members on the progress of planning for Gay Games 11, one on the current situation in Hong Kong, and the other outlining the ongoing work of the Hong Kong team for the 2022 Gay Games. The FGG and the attending members left Mexico feeling confident that […]
Following on from the success of Team Ireland at the World Gay Games in Paris last year, Sporting Pride, Ireland’s national LGBTQ+ sports organisation, has been established. Sporting Pride is committed to making sport a more inclusive and diverse environment for members of the LGBTQ+ communities, and in doing so, promoting the well-known positive benefits […]
130+ delegates, Honorary Life Members (HLMs), and observers of the international Federation of Gay Games (FGG) from 23 countries, recently participated in the Annual General Assembly (AGA) in Guadalajara, Mexico from October 31 – November 2, 2019. The AGA was a great success! The Hong Kong Team delivered two sessions to update members on the […]