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Frequently Asked Questions
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Venues

Q. Why will the track be demolished after the Games?
A. The future of the stadium has been secured through Manchester City Football Club adopting the venue as its home ground.

With more than 30,000 dedicated Manchester City supporters, the future of the stadium looks good.

The track will be removed in order to add 10,000 more seats, making the stadium a 48,000 seat stadium.

The warm up track for use in the Games (next to the stadium) will become home for Sale Harriers AC after the Games as well as being part of the English Institute of Sport development, which will include a complementary indoor facility for regional athletics.

Q. Will I be able to go on a tour of the venues before the Games?
A. Yes, subject to your preferred date being acceptable to the specific venue. Contact Sonia Stewart, Venue Tours Manager - telephone: xxxx xxx xxxx; fax: xxxx xxx xxxx; fax: xxxx xxx xxxx; e-mail: sonia.stewart@manchester2002.co.uk or carol.critchlow@manchester2002.co.uk

Q.To what extent are environmental policies included in the plans for the stadium and the regeneration of the surrounding areas?
A. All the necessary environmental impact studies have been undertaken as part of the development process and the results/recommendations included within design parameters.


Venues by sport

Aquatics (including swimming, diving and synchronised swimming)
Manchester Aquatics Centre

Athletics
City of Manchester Stadium

Badminton
Bolton Arena

Boxing
Preliminaries Forum Centre, Wythenshawe
Finals - Manchester Evening News (MEN) Arena

Cycling
National Cycling Centre
Rivington

Gymnastics
G-MEX Centre

Hockey
Belle Vue Complex

Judo
G-MEX Centre

Lawn bowls
Heaton Park

Marathon
Salford Quays and City Centre

Netball
Manchester Evening News (MEN) Arena

Road Walks
Salford Quays

Rugby sevens
City of Manchester Stadium

Shooting
National Shooting Centre

Squash
National Squash Centre

Table tennis
Table Tennis Centre

Triathlon
Salford Quays

Weightlifting
Manchester International Convention Centre

Wrestling
G-MEX Centre



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