Commonwealth Games opening ceremony start time
If you are a fan of sport and live in a country in the Commonwealth then you will no doubt know that the 2014 Commonwealth Games will kick off in Glasgow later today with the Glasgow Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony.
The Glasgow Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony marks the end of the epic journey of the Queen’s Baton Relay that ahs of course visited every country in the Commonwealth, and of course leads up to the Queen officially declaring the Games open.
If you would like to watch the event, you just might like to know the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony start time…So just in case you weren’t aware, the Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony starts at 8:00 PM UK time this evening, and of course you can watch the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony live stream on BBC.co.uk.
Athletes from the 71 nations of the Commonwealth are taking part in this year’s games, which includes athletics, badminton, bowls, boxing, cycling, diving, gymnastics, hockey, judo, netball, rugby sevens, shooting, squash, swimming, table tennis, triathlon, weightlifting and wrestling.
The Glasgow Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony will feature a cast of over 3,000 volunteers, whilst the parade of nations will include thousands of athletes, and should be a spectacular event.
Will you be watching the Glasgow Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony?