National Games Berlin 2022
The Special Olympics National Games take place in Berlin from 19 to 24 June 2022. Around 4,000 athletes will then celebrate a festival of encounters in the German capital and compete in 20 sports.
The National Games are an important milestone on the way to the Special Olympics World Games Berlin 2023, the world's largest inclusive sports event.
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A first overview of when and where our sports will be held can be found here (all information subject to change):
"Our partnership dates back to 2000, since when corporate volunteering has become an integral part of our company. The commitment of our employees is inclusion in action."
"Shared sporting experiences are a wonderful opportunity to get in touch with each other in a joyful atmosphere. At Würth we will be happy to make our contribution to the Special Olympics Berlin 2022 so that it will be an unforgettable event for all athletes, relatives and guests."
"We are proud to be part of the worldwide Special Olympics movement as a founder and global partner. We are united by the vision of an inclusive society, with which we also actively promote integration and acceptance in Germany."
"Diversity and inclusion are THE social challenges of our time. We want to make a valuable contribution in this important field and are proud to support the volunteers in their commitment as the presenting partner of the Volunteer Program."
"Toyota supports the World Games in line with our goal of Mobility for All. In addition, we would like to actively promote inclusion in Germany and through volunteering become an even more diverse company."
"Participation, health and safety of disabled people are crucial aims of ours. That is why the BGW supports Special Olympics Germany and is looking forward to the National Summer Games."
"Lions Germany is once again supporting the National Games as a cooperation partner. Also in 2022 we want to take the opportunity to meet athletes to break down prejudices and build friendships. We are there and live inclusion!"