Tokyo 2021 Olympic Games Schedule

Tokyo 2021 olympic games schedule

Check out the full Tokyo 2021 Summer Games calendar and find out when popular Olympic sports such as Gymnastics, Track & Field, Swimming, Football and Basketball events all take place!

Tokyo 2021 Olympic Games Schedule

With the 2021 edition of the Games set to take place in Tokyo, Japan, this summer, there are a number of different sports and disciplines available to those who will be watching the action closely over the course of the next month.

The Tokyo 2021 Olympic Games schedule is rather hectic considering how many different events there are, however this is only a positive for those who are looking forward to watching some of the world’s best athletes do their thing and for those who are looking to get involved in Olympics betting, as well.

2021 Tokyo Calendar

The 2021 Olympic Games Calendar features a number of different sports and disciplines that are due to be competed in. Here are each of the sports scheduled to take place, with the dates and the venues in which they will take place. It is important to note that the dates are inclusive of rest days, as well.

 

Opening ceremony

Friday, 23 July at Tokyo Stadium

Archery

23-31 July at Yumenoshima Park Archery Field

Artistic gymnastics

24 July to 3 August at Arlake Gymnastics Centre

Artistic swimming

2-7 August at Tokyo Aquatics Centre

Athletics

30 July to 8 August at Tokyo Stadium (track & field), Sapporo Odori Park (marathons & race walks)

Badminton

24 July to 2 August at Musashino Forest Sport Plaza

Baseball/softball

21 July to 7 August at Fukushima & Yokohama

Basketball

25 July to 8 August at Aomi Urban Sports Park (3×3) & Saitama Super Arena

Kevin Durant and Bradley Beal playing for the USA basketball team
Kevin Durant and Bradley Beal will play for the American basketball team

 

Beach volleyball

24 July to 7 August at Shiokaze Park

Boxing

24 July to 8 August at Kokugikan Arena

Canoe slalom

25-30 July at Kasai Canoe Slalom Centre

Canoe sprint

2-7 August at Sea Forest Waterway

Cycling BMX

29 July to 1 August at Arlake Urban Sports Park

Cycling road

24, 25 & 28 July at Musashinonomori Park & Fuji International Speedway

Cycling track

2-8 August at Izu Velodrome, Shizuoka

Diving

25 July to 7 August at Tokyo Aquatics Centre

Equestrian

24 July to 7 August at Equestrian Park (dressage, eventing & jumping), Sea Forest Cross-Country Course (eventing)

Fencing

24 July to 1 August at Makuhari Messe Hall

Football

21 July to 7 August at Tokyo Stadium, Sapporo Dome, Miyagi Stadium, Ibaraki Kashima Stadium, Saitama Stadium and International Stadium Yokohama

Daniel Alves playing for the Brazilian national football team
Daniel Alves will play for the Brazilian national football team

 

Golf

Men’s 29 July to 1 August & women’s 4-7 August at Kasumigaseki Country Club

Handball

24 July to 8 August at Yoyogi National Stadium

Hockey

24 July to 6 August at Oi Hockey Stadium

Judo

24 to 31 July at Nippon Budokan

Karate

5-7 August at Nippon Budokan

Marathon swimming

4-5 August at Odaiba Marine Park

Modern pentathlon

5-7 August at Musashino Forest Sport Plaza (fencing) & Tokyo Stadium

 

Rhythmic gymnastics

6-8 August at Arlake Gymnastics Centre

Rowing

23-30 July at Sea Forest Waterway

Rugby Sevens

26-31 July at Tokyo Stadium

Sailing

25 July to 4 August at Enoshima Yacht Harbour

Shooting

24 July to 2 August at Asaka Shooting Range

Skateboarding

Street 24-25 July & park 4-5 August at Arlake Urban Sports Park

Sport climbing

3-6 August at Aomi Urban Sports Park

Surfing

25 July to 1 August at Tsurigasaki Surfing Beach, Chiba

Swimming

24 July to 1 August at Tokyo Aquatics Centre

Table tennis

24 July to 6 August at Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium

Taekwondo

24-27 July at Makuhari Messe Hall

Tennis

24 July to 1 August at Arlake Tennis Park

Trampoline gymnastics

30-31 July at Arlake Gymnastics Centre

Triathlon

Individual 26-27 & mixed relay 31 July at Odaiba Marine Park

Volleyball

24 July to 8 August at Arlake Arena

Water polo

24 July to 8 August at Tatsumi Water Polo Centre

Weightlifting

24 July to 4 August at Tokyo International Forum

Wrestling

1-7 August at Makuhari Messe Hall

Closing ceremony

8 August at Tokyo Olympic Stadium

Best Tokyo 2021 Olympic Games Events To Follow

Naturally, whilst there are a number of different sports and disciplines that will be available to watch on the Tokyo 2021 schedule, there will be a number of events that will be looked out for more than others when looking at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2021 calendar.

For instance, there are a number of sports that will attract more interest than others due to the popularity that they have around the world, and perhaps because they are staple disciplines and events that summarise the Olympic Games perfectly.

WettenTipps Specialists Advise Gymnastics & Athletics

These sports include events such as Gymnastics, Track & Field events and Swimming events, as each of these remain highly popular with viewers. The events mentioned are considered main disciplines of the Olympic Games each time the summer Games take place, which is why so many continue to look out for them on the Tokyo 2021 calendar.

Keep An Eye On Olympic Football & Basketball Tournaments

Furthermore, sports such as basketball and football will likely prove to be incredibly popular at the Tokyo 2021 Olympic Games, as well, as both of these sports have a worldwide fanbase and one whereby the majority of fans will likely hold an interest in.

New Sports Added To 2021 Tokyo Schedule

There are a handful of new sports that have been added to the 2021 Tokyo schedule, with the 2021 Tokyo Olympics potentially providing viewers with something new and potentially helping to enhance the reputation and popularity of the events.

The new sports to have been included are:

  • Karate
  • Skateboarding
  • Sport Climbing
  • Surfing

It should also be mentioned that Baseball/Softball events have been added to the 2021 Tokyo calendar, as well. The sport is not quite a new one, however it has not appeared in the Olympic Games since the 2008 Beijing Games.

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