Major Events 2019 And Beyond

Scotland continues its success in 2019 and beyond with a number of high profile events:

- European Athletics Indoor Championships 2019, Glasgow (1 - 3 March 2019)
- World Wheelchair Curling Championship 2019, Stirling (2 - 8 March 2019)
- UCI Mountain Bike World Cup, Fort William (1 - 2 June 2019)
- The 2019 Solheim Cup, Gleneagles (13 - 15 September 2019)
- IFSC European Championships Lead and Speed, Edinburgh (4 - 6 October 2019)
- TISSOT UCI Track Cycling World Cup 2019 (8 - 10 November 2019)
- LEN European Short Course Swimming Championships, Glasgow (4 - 8 December 2019)
- World Men's Curling Championship 2020, Glasgow (28 March - 5 April 2020)
- UEFA EURO 2020, Glasgow (dates TBC)
- Women's British Open 2020, Royal Troon (August 2020)
- LEN Junior Swimming Championships 2020, Aberdeen (dates TBC)
- The 150th Open, St Andrews (11 - 18 July 2021)
- Sprint World Orienteering Championships 2022, Edinburgh (July 2022)
- 2023 Island Games, Orkney (dates TBC)
- UCI Cycling World Championships, across Scotland (dates TBC)

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In 2018, Scotland hosted the following high profile events and more:

- World Junior Curling Championships
- The 147th Open at Carnoustie
- Glasgow 2018 European Championships

Mega Event Policy Framework

In 2017, the Mega Event Policy Framework was developed in partnership by the country’s lead major event organisations, and will seek to ensure that the world’s biggest events continue to be regularly hosted in the UK. Objectives set out within the framework will help identify long-term mega event hosting targets across the UK, reduce the likelihood of bidding and delivery conflict and enhance collaboration and co-hosting opportunities in an increasingly devolved UK landscape. Read more here.

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