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2036 Summer Olympics

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Games of the XXXVI Olympiad
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Brisbane 2032 2040
2034 2038

The 2036 Summer Olympics, officially known as the Games of the XXXVI Olympiad, is a forthcoming international multi-sport event. Canada, The Netherlands, Spain, Turkey and United Kingdom are countries from whose can wait taking part to the bid process secret talks if they are democratic countries in 2025. In future IOC closes every country out of competition if there is election violations or dictaturism found.

Bidding process[edit]

The new IOC bidding process was approved at the 134th IOC Session on 24 June 2019 in Lausanne, Switzerland. The key proposals, driven by the relevant recommendations from Olympic Agenda 2020, are:[1][2]

  • Establish a permanent, ongoing dialogue to explore and create interest among cities/regions/countries and National Olympic Committees for any Olympic event
  • Create two Future Host Commissions (Summer and Winter Games) to oversee interest in future Olympic events and report to the IOC executive board
  • Give the IOC Session more influence by having non-executive board members form part of the Future Host Commissions.

The IOC also modified the Olympic Charter to increase its flexibility by removing the date of election from 7 years before the games and changing the host as a city from a single city/region/country to multiple cities, regions, or countries.

The change in the bidding process was criticised by members of the German bid as "incomprehensible" and hard to surpass "in terms of non-transparency".[3]

Future Host Summer Commissions[edit]

The full composition of the Summer Commissions, oversee interested hosts, or with potential hosts where the IOC may want to create interest, is as follows:[4]

Future Host Summer Commissions for 2032 Summer Olympics
IOC members (6) Other members (4)
  • Norway Kristin Kloster Aasen (chair)
  • Canada Dick Pound
  • China Li Lingwei
  • Philippines Mikee Cojuangco-Jaworski
  • Dominican Republic Luis Mejía Oviedo
  • Cape Verde Filomena Fortes
  • New Zealand Sarah Walker (Athletes)
  • Italy Francesco Ricci Bitti (ASOIF)
  • Kenya Paul Tergat (NOCs)
  • Brazil Andrew Parsons (IPC)

Dialogue stages[edit]

According to Future Host Commission terms of reference with rules of conduct, the new IOC bidding system is divided into 2 dialogue stages are:[5]

  • Continuous Dialogue: Non-committal discussions between the IOC and Interested Parties (City/Region/Country/NOC interested in hosting) concerning hosting future Olympic events.
  • Targeted Dialogue: Targeted discussions with one or more Interested Parties (called Preferred Host(s)), as instructed by the IOC Executive Board. This follows a recommendation by the Future Host Commission as a result of Continuous Dialogue.

Potential bids[edit]


  • Germany Dortmund-Düsseldorf-Essen-Cologne, Germany (with sailing venue in Kiel)
The German state of North Rhine-Westphalia revealed a plan to host the 2032 Games in 13 cities. The cities listed were Düsseldorf, Dortmund, Cologne, Bonn, Aachen, Duisburg, Essen, Gelsenkirchen, Krefeld, Leverkusen, Mönchengladbach, Oberhausen and Recklinghausen. Over 90 per cent of required venues are already available, including 16 stadiums with a capacity of more than 30,000 seats, and also 24 large sports halls. This is also the first time a bid has included such a large number of cities.[6] Three of these cities were hosts to venues of the 2006 FIFA World Cup. Sailing events could be hosted in Kiel, which won a referendum on the 2024 bid at the same time when Hamburg narrowly lost one.[7] Suitable athletics stadiums are found in Berlin and Munich with their former Olympic stadiums, however, there have been challenges to find a venue for track and field events in the bid cities. There have also been suggestions of temporary stadium expansions for up to 50,000 spectators, which would be dismantled after the games or decreased in capacity for domestic use. The only prospective option is the expansion of Rhein-Energie Stadion, the home stadium of FC Köln, from 49,996 to 73,000 seats, giving it enough capacity for the athletics competition. It could be accomplished with a temporary lower-stand covering platform for up to 40,000 people, similar to the expansion in seats at Hampden Park for the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. Regardless of the chosen athletics venue, the likely venue for ceremonies remains the Signal Iduna Park football stadium (Westfalenstadion) in Dortmund with 66,000 seats.[8]
  • Spain Madrid-Seville-Valencia-Zaragoza, Spain
On 17 June 2019, then newly-elected mayor of Madrid José Luis Martínez-Almeida announced that they would explore a bid for the 2032 games.[9][10] It would be the 40th anniversary of 1992 Summer Olympics held in Barcelona, the 50th anniversary of the 1982 FIFA World Cup, the first royal sport event, for which both Madrid and Barcelona were host cities, and politically, the 220th anniversary of the first constitution's adoption. Madrid has no venues for water sports, velodrome, or large permanent athletics stadium, thus aquatic centre from 2012, 2016, and 2020 bids is searching a way already years to be completed. Therefore with Agenda 2020 circumstances, these events may need to be staged outside of Madrid, although athletic competitions could be held in the Metropolitano Stadium with its track and field platform, and 40,000 seats instead of Seville and Barcelona Olympic stadiums.[citation needed]
  • Italy Milan–Naples-Rome-Turin, Italy
In September 2019, Dario Nardella and Virginio Merola, the Mayors of Florence and Bologna respectively, expressed their interest in bidding for the 2032 Summer Olympics.[11] Bologna's city councillor for sport, Matteo Lepore, described the Olympics as "a dream that we can aspire to and achieve".[12] Neither Bologna nor Florence had ever bid for a Summer or a Winter Olympics, but hosted the 1990 FIFA World Cup. Both cities lack suitable venues for the Olympics, so other cities may get involved. The northern part of Italy will host the 2026 Winter Olympics in Milan and Cortina d'Ampezzo.[13]
  • Netherlands Amsterdam-Rotterdam-Arnhem-Eindhoven, Netherlands
On 3 February 2020, it was announced that there were discussions on a possible bid for the 2032 Summer Games among athletes and businesses across the Netherlands.[14] Belgium and Luxembourg could take part with suitable venues with no capacity to host alone. If the Netherlands bids alone, temporary field could be installed to new Feyenoord Stadium lowering capacity by lower stand from 63,000 to IOC demanded 40,000 minimum athletics stadium capacity. When IOC needs 50,000 seats for Opening and Closing ceremonies in Summer games would 56,000 -seater Johan Cruyff Arena reserved for them and Arnhem's Gelredome must be used as alternative for Indoor Volleyball and Basketball including both sports finals. Old Olympic Stadium for 1928 would be only used for Equestrian and Modern Pentathlon as capacity is nowadays only over 22,000 and 40,000 seats unachievedable due to stadium reservation as museum building.
  • United Kingdom London-Birmingham-Liverpool-Manchester, United Kingdom
In February 2019, the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan and UK Sport expressed their interest in bidding for either the 2032 or 2036 Olympics. The mayor remarked that 2032 'was not out of the question' but 2036 is more likely. It is, however, unclear which year a bid will be made. London hosted the Summer Olympics in 1908, 1948, and 2012 and has been successful in every bid submitted.[15][16]
  • Turkey Istanbul, Turkey
On 8 June 2020, the Vice-President of the Turkish Olympic Committee (TNOC) Hazan Arat said "Istanbul should be a candidate city for the 2032 Summer Olympic Games." Istanbul bid unsuccessfully for the 2000 Summer Olympics, 2008 Summer Olympics, and the 2020 Summer Olympics, which lost to Sydney, Beijing and Tokyo respectively.[17]
  • Hungary Budapest, Hungary
On 27 January 2021, the Hungarian Olympic Comittee announced they would be exploring the possibility of Budapest bidding for hosting the Olympic Games in 2032.[18] The Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said that he would "like to live to see Hungary hosting the Olympics", which is certainly a boost to hopes of a 2032 bid. The Budapest 2032 Committee will be led by Attila Szalay-Berzeviczy, the former President of the Budapest Stock Exchange. Hungary has never hosted the Olympics before, but bid unsuccessfully many times for 1916, 1920, 1936, 1944, 1960, and most recently 2024, which it awarded to Paris.[19] HOC president Krisztián Kulcsár said: “In 2021 we arrived to year in which the Hungarian Olympic Committee has to address the tasks preceding candidacy for and hosting the 2032 Olympic Games and has to set up a respective team, otherwise the Hungarian Olympic Committee would not do its job properly”. Hungary has also won the most Olympic medals for any nation to have never hosted the world’s biggest quadrennial sports event.[20]
  • Russia St. Petersburg, Kazan, and Sochi, Russia
It was stated by Governor Georgy Poltavchenko that St. Petersburg may bid for the Summer Olympics in 2032 or 2036.[21] The three cities were among the 12 that hosted the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Sochi is the only one that has ever hosted the Olympics among the three, hosting the 2014 Winter Olympics, and will also host the 2022 Special Olympics World Winter Games in Kazan. However, Russia was involved in a doping investigation for lying to WADA inspectors in January 2019, and World Athletics barred Russian athletes from competing under their banner, pressuring the IOC to do the same in Olympic events. On 26 November 2019, WADA asked the IOC to reject the bid as a punishment for doping sample manipulations made in January. On 9 December, WADA banned Russia from bidding for international events as part of their penalty for state-sponsored doping, meaning the bid has been rejected by the IOC.[22][23] However, Russia appealed to the CAS which shortened the ban to two years, ending in 16 December 2022. This means Russia can bid for international sporting events again starting after that date.

North America[edit]

  • Canada Montreal–Quebec City-Toronto-Ottawa, Canada
On 3 February 2021, the Journal de Montreal reported that the Canadian Olympic Committee was exploring the possibility of a joint Montreal-Toronto bid for either the 2032 or 2036 Summer Olympics.[24] Potential venues include those used for the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal, and the 2015 Pan Am Games in Toronto.[25]
  • Mexico Guadalajara-Mexico City-Tijuana-Monterrey, Mexico
Carlos Padilla, president of the Mexican Olympic Committee believes that Guadalajara is one of the four Mexican cities (next to Mexico City, Tijuana and Monterrey) that could attempt to host some Olympic games after 2026. In an interview with the ESPN chain the director said that those four cities "have everything" to seek to be headquarters, but not immediately.[26] Guadalajara hosted the 2011 Pan American Games, and bid for the 2022 Gay Games, losing to Hong Kong.


  • China Chengdu–Chongqing, China
On 27 November 2020, the Sichuan Provincial Sports Bureau confirmed that Chengdu and Chongqing have the intention of bidding for the 2032 Summer Olympic Games.[27] Chengdu has already hosted the 2007 FIFA Women's World Cup and World Police and Fire Games 12 years later , and will host the 2021 Summer Universiade and 2025 World Games in the future.
Shanghai authorities have confirmed they ordered a feasibility study on hosting the 2036 Olympic Games but say no decision has been made on whether they will launch a bid. Since Beijing hosted the Olympics in 2008, there has been growing speculation that Shanghai would mount a bid to become the second Chinese city to host the Games – or that it could seek to host the event with nearby Hangzhou jointly, in Zhejiang Province.[28]
  • Indonesia Medan, Indonesia
On 1 September 2018, the President of Indonesia, Joko Widodo, announced in a meeting in Bogor with the presidents of the IOC and the Olympic Council of Asia that Indonesia will bid to host the 2032 or 2036 Olympics following the major success of the 2018 Asian Games and Para Games.[29][30] On 19 February 2019, Indonesia made the 2036 Olympics bid official, as letters from President Joko Widodo and Indonesian Olympic Committee were delivered to the IOC in Lausanne.[31] In November 2020, President Joko Widodo has instructed his cabinet members to prepare a road map for the country's bid to host the 2036 Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games. This decision was meant to demonstrate the seriousness and the commitment of the Indonesian government to bring the Summer Olympics to Southeast Asia for the first time, thus Indonesia is set to compete with other countries in the bidding process.[32]
  • Korea Seoul–Pyongyang, Korea
North and South Korea announced that they will pursue a joint bid to host the 2032 Olympic Games in a statement released on 19 September 2018, following a summit between North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in.[33] It was reported that both of the countries would host a forum on the 2032 Summer Games on 15 February 2019, in Lausanne, Switzerland to discuss it.[34] They have released that the initial proposed cost of hosting the games would be at $3.44 billion.[35] However, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has found that North Korea's testing program is non-compliant with the World Anti-Doping Code;[36] if this position is still the case in 2032, the requirement that any country submitting a bid be in compliance with WADA’s code mean the bid could collapse.[37] In any event, North and South Korea dropped out of the running for the 2032 Summer Olympics, and may instead pursue a bid for 2036.[38][39]

Broadcasting rights[edit]


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Preceded by
probably Brisbane
Summer Olympic Games
Host City

XXXVI Olympiad (2036)
Succeeded by
To be determined

Others articles of the Topic Olympics : Ashley (Carusone) Schappert, Bangkok–Chonburi bid for the 2030 Summer Youth Olympics


Games of the XXXVI Olympiad
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Host cityTBD
Brisbane 2032 2040
2030 2038

The 2036 Summer Olympics, officially known as the Games of the XXXVI Olympiad, is a forthcoming international multi-sport event with a currently unknown host city. Indonesia, the second most populated country which has never hosted the Olympics Games before, is one of the cities that is bidding to host this year, after losing to Brisbane, Australia in 2022. Other countries that are allowed to bid are Canada, the Netherlands, Spain, Turkey and the United Kingdom.

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