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Venues Announced for the London 2018 Ontario Summer Games

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Venues Announced for the London 2018 Ontario Summer Games

Ontario’s top amateur athletes to compete in 25 venues across the city

(London, Ontario) – With less than 200 days until the province’s top amateur athletes come to town, the London 2018 Ontario Summer Games Host Organizing Committee announced today the 25 venues where athletes will compete. Western University will be the heart of the Games, five sport competitions will take place on campus, in addition to the Opening Ceremonies, Athlete’s Village and headquarters for the Games. The remainder of the venues are spread across the city, from Crumlin Sportsmen’s Association in the far east, west to Boler Mountain, and north into Denfield, host site of the Triathlon competition.

“This is an exciting opportunity not only to showcase the world-class sporting venues London has to offer, but also our restaurants, attractions, and everything else that makes London so special,” said Dave De Kelver, General Manager of the London 2018 Ontario Summer Games. “London’s high quality venues will allow athletes to compete to the best of their abilities, while also allowing participants and spectators to get out and explore the entire city.”

“Multisport events like this are great for London,” said Cheryl Finn, Director of Sport Tourism with Tourism London.  “Not only does it provide the opportunity to showcase our city to the athletes and coaches, but we also get to work with our local and provincial sport organizations and promote London as a destination for potential future sport hosting opportunities”.





Athlete’s Village and Headquarters

Western University


Thames Valley Golf Club Golf


Crumlin Sportsmen’s Association


Thompson Arena (Western University)


TD Stadium (Western University)

Mountain Bike

Boler Mountain


  • City Wide Sports Park
  • Dan Pulham Field
  • Labatt Memorial Park
  • Norm Aldridge Field


Alumni Field (Western University)


Fanshawe College


Fanshawe Conservation Area

Beach Volleyball

North London Athletic Fields


North London Athletic Field

Box Lacrosse

Kinsmen Arena


Stronach Community Recreation Centre

Canoe Kayak Sprint

Fanshawe Conservation Area

Road Cycling



Canada Games Aquatic Centre

Table Tennis

Carling Heights Optimist Community Centre

Field Hockey

City Wide Sports Park


Denfield, Ontario

Field Lacrosse

Mustangs Field (Western University)


  • Alumni Hall
  • Western Student Recreation Centre (Western University)

A map of these venues can be found at Be sure to stay tuned for another exciting announcement on Volunteer Registration in the coming weeks.

About the London 2018 Ontario Summer Games

From Thursday, August 2nd to Sunday, August 5th, over 3500 of the province’s top youth athletes, coaches, officials, and fans will converge in London to watch and compete in the London 2018 Ontario Summer Games. Additional details on the Games including venue details can be found at, and on our social media accounts, @OSGlondon2018.

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About Games Ontario
The Ontario Summer Games is supported by the Ontario Government, through its Games Ontario program. This program delivers or supports multi-sport events, including the Ontario Winter and Summer Games for youth, the Ontario 55+ Summer and Winter Games, the Ontario Parasport Games, the 2017 North American Indigenous Games and the 2017 Invictus Games.

Supporting Ontario sporting events is part of Game ON – The Ontario Government’s Sport Plan, which is encouraging as many people as possible to play organized sports, helping Ontario's high-performance athletes pursue excellence and promoting increased tourism and economic development.

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