Paris Olympics 2024: When and where are the next Olympic Games?

While it generally is a quadrennial event, the Tokyo games were pushed back by a year due to the Coronavirus pandemic

Saurabh GangulyAuthor

Updated - 09 August 2021 02:56 PM


The Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games came to a close on Sunday. It was for various reasons a game like no other and did not have even fans or family cheering for the athletes in the stadium. Many athletes have already set their sights for the next Olympic Games which are little over a 1000 days away. While it generally is a quadrennial event, the Tokyo games were pushed back by a year due to Coronavirus pandemic which means the gap between and Tokyo and the subsequent Olympics is now around 3 years.

Here are the dates and other details of the next Olympic Games:

Where will the next Summer Olympic Games take place?

The next summer Olympic Games will take place in Paris in 2024.

When are the next Olympic Games?

Paris 2024 will take place from July 26 to August 11, 2024.

Where are the 2028 Olympic Games?

In 2028, the summer Olympic Games will be hosted in Los Angeles, in USA from July 21 to August 6.

Where are the 2032 Olympic Games?

In 2032, the summer Olympic Games are set to be hosted in Brisbane, Australia.

Meanwhile, during the closing ceremony of the Olympic Games at Tokyo 2020, Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo received an Olympic flag in the Tokyo Stadium on Sunday, which is marked as a traditional pass to the next city. However, the celebration had a few twists to how the handover usually takes place.

The French national anthem was played by the National Orchestra of France and then, a live broadcast took viewers straight into the handover celebration in the streets of Paris where the Paris 2024 Olympic flag was unfurled from the Eiffel Tower. Moreover, the Patrouille Acrobatique de France flew over and displayed the country's flag in the sky to mark the handover of the Olympic games.

Also see: Paris Olympic 2024 Handover Ceremony | WATCH: French Air Force paints Paris sky red, white and blue to mark handover ceremony for Paris 2024

Subsequently, French President Emmanuel Macron also uttered the updated Olympic motto: "Faster, Higher, Stronger. Together." There were also French Olympic athletes who had returned from Tokyo.

The Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games are being advertised as the biggest event ever organised in France. The world can't wait to see what Paris has in store after a rather successful show at Tokyo 2020.


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