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The Games are almost upon us but there are still some great opportunities to be part for the crowd and cheer Team Scotland to victory.

Badminton

The stunning Emirates Arena will provide a dramatic setting for the Badminton competition. Watch as the world’s elite stretch, lunge and leap across the court as they battle it out for Gold.  Tickets start from just £15.00 (£7.50 concessions).

09.00 Thursday 24 July
Scotland V Seychelles

19.00 Thursday 24 July
 Scotland V Guernsey

19.00 Friday 25 July
Scotland V New Zealand

Rugby Sevens

Rugby Sevens is a fast and furious contest with high point-scoring, hard hits and heroic sprints. It takes two teams of seven men and gives them just 14 minutes to win the game. It’s all about teamwork, skills and stamina and with just seven players per team, everyone’s got a job to do.

There are still some great opportunities to watch Team Scotland. Tickets start from just £15.00 (£7.50 concessions), with a limited amount available for the Party Stand!

10.30 Saturday 26 July
Scotland V New Zealand

18.00 Saturday 26 July
Scotland v Barbados

Athletics

Athletics is amongst the most ancient of human contests. The world-class athletes in this competition are determined to run faster, jump higher and throw further than anyone else.

There are still opportunities to watch Team Scotland stars Libby Clegg, Eilidh Child and Lynsey Sharp as they go head to head with the Commonwealth’s best. Don’t miss your chance to be part of the famous Hampden Roar.

10.00 Monday 28 July
Libby Clegg 100m T12 Round 1

10.00 Tuesday 29 July
Eilidh Child 400m Hurdles Round 1

10.00 Wednesday 30 July
Lynsey Sharp 800m Round 1

The competition draws for Boxing will be held on 24 July so keep checking the Ticketing website for further updates on when you can watch Team Scotland. 

Read our Essential Guide to Buying and Collecting Your Tickets at Games Time.

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