2022 Commonwealth Games – Applications Closed
Commonwealth Games – Birmingham – 26 July to 9 August 2022 –
Applications Closed – Deadline 4 July
Members are now invited to apply to take part in the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham next year, see below for link to Application Form.
(Note: The Form below is the only way to apply to be a Line Judge at this event, you cannot apply through the Badminton England Volunteer portal!).
Line judges will need to be available from 26 July to 9 August, being the duration of the tournament, plus days before and after – note that we can only accept applications from those who can be available for the entire event.
We are looking for line judges who have experience of at least one major event, such as the All England and who are committed to undertaking some line judging between now and the Games next year. For those with less line judging experience, we may ask that you commit to certain events, such as the All England in 2022. There is no age limit for applications.
Line judges at the Games will be provided with transport from their home to Birmingham, accommodation during the event (at the moment, we do not know whether or not this will be shared), travel whilst in Birmingham, uniform and meals while working. Please note that at the moment, we have no information on what if any COVID restriction will be in place and we will not know this until considerably nearer to the event.
The deadline for applications is Sunday 4 July, following which the management team will make provisional selections and confirm these no later than 31 August. Note that following submission of names to them, selections must be confirmed by BWF and the Commonwealth Games Federation, and selections will be finally confirmed by January 2022.
Please bear in mind that we don’t have any more information about the event other than the above, but if you would like to contact us, our event email is CWG2022.firstname.lastname@example.org
Vicky, Kate and Suzanne – Line judge management team
Click here for Application Form