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2021 Mediterranean Games

XIX Mediterranean Games
Host city Oran, Algeria
Main venue Olympic Stadium
Website Official Website
Tarragona 2017

The XIXth Mediterranean Games, commonly known as the 2021 Mediterranean Games will be the 19th Mediterranean Games. The Games will be held in Oran, Algeria in 2021.[1]

Contents

  • Candidate cities 1
  • Sports 2
  • Nations 3
  • Competition Venues 4
    • Venues 4.1
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Candidate cities

Five cities signed an official declaration of candidacy for hosting the 2021 Mediterranean Games:[2]

The final candidates were Oran and Sfax, winning Oran by 51-17.[3]

Oran planned to take the Games to Algeria for the second time after the 1975 Mediterranean Games in Algiers.

Sfax planned to take the Games to Tunisia for the third time after the 1967 Mediterranean Games and the 2001 Mediterranean Games, both in Tunis.

Sports

The official event categories are listed below.

Nations

Competition Venues

Venues

List of venues, showing the city, venue, sport and venue capacity
City Venue Sport Capacity Ref
Bir El Djir Abdelkader Fréha Stadium Athletics 40,000
Oran Stade Habib Bouakeul Football 20,000
Oran Stade Ahmed Zabana Football 40,000
Oran Hamou Boutlélis Basketball 5,000
Arzew Salle Omnipsorts d'Arzew Handball 2,500
Bir El Djir Salle Omnisport Polyvalente Handball 6,000
Bir El Djir Oran Olympic Swimming Pool Swimming 6,000
Bir El Djir Oran Tennis Complex Tennis 3,000
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References

  1. ^ "Oran host city of MG 2021". cijm.org.gr. 
  2. ^ "Submission of the candidature of Sfax for the MG 2021". cijm.org.gr. 
  3. ^ "Oran hosts Mediterranean Games 2021". Algeria Press Service (APS). Retrieved 27 August 2015. 
  4. ^ "Official website of the candidate of Oran XVII Mediterranean Games". Oran 2021. 
  5. ^ "Facebook page of the candidate of Sfax XVII Mediterranean Games". Sfax 2021. 

External links

  • Official Website
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