2019 Pan American Games
|Opening ceremony||July 26|
|Closing ceremony||August 11|
|Main venue||Estadio Nacional de Lima|
The 2019 Pan American Games, officially the XVIII Pan American Games or the 18th Pan American Games, is a major international multi-sport event that is scheduled to be held from July 26 to August 11, 2019, in Lima, Peru.
The official logo of the 2019 Pan American Games is inspired by an indigenous flower that flourished from June 24 thru September 30, called: Flower of Amancaes. The flower and its pistils represent three athletes with open arms and the three Americas, with the identity of Lima.
A total of four bids were submitted for the 2019 Pan American Games. Lima was elected as the host city on October 11, 2013 where PASO members gathered in Toronto, Ontario, Canada to elect the host city.
|2019 Pan American Games bidding results|
With the introduction of basque pelota (dropped from the last games in 2015) and surfing, the 2019 edition expands the Pan American program to 38 sports. On November 17, 2016 it was announced bodybuilding and skateboarding (which is one two sports, the other being sport climbing not in the program, but of the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics), was also added to the sport program. Skateboarding will be considered as a discipline of roller sports. Both sports will make their Pan American Games debut.
- Archery (10) ( )
- Athletics (47) ( )
- Badminton (5) ( )
- Baseball (1) ( )
- Basketball (2) ( )
- Basque pelota ( )
- Bodybuilding (2) ( )
- Boxing (13) ( )
- Bowling (4) ( )
- Canoeing ( )
- Cycling ( )
- Equestrian ( )
- Fencing (12) ( )
- Field hockey (2) ( )
- Football (2) ( )
- Golf (3) ( )
- Gymnastics ( )
- Handball (2) ( )
- Judo (14) ( )
- Karate (10) ( )
- Modern pentathlon (2) ( )
- Racquetball (6) ( )
- Roller sports ( )
- Rowing (14) ( )
- Rugby sevens (2) ( )
- Sailing (10) ( )
- Shooting (15) ( )
- Softball (2) ( )
- Squash (6) ( )
- Surfing (8) ( )
- Table tennis (4) ( )
- Taekwondo (8) ( )
- Tennis (5) ( )
- Triathlon (2) ( )
- Water skiing ( )
- Water skiing (8)
- Wakeboarding (1)
- Weightlifting (15) ( )
- Wrestling ( )
The following venues were proposed by the games' organization.
|Estadio Nacional||Opening/closing ceremonies, football finals||50 000|
|Centro Deportivo Panamericano||Athletics, Cycling, Table tennis, Baseball, Softball, Volleyball, Basketball||10 000 approx.|
|Paseo de la República (Vía Expresa)||Road bicycle racing|
|Los Inkas Golf Club||Golf|
|Club Hípico Peruano||Equestrianism||2 000 approx.|
|Morro Solar||Mountain bike|
|Las Palmas Air Base||Shooting||2 500 approx|
Other football stadia
|Estadio Alejandro Villanueva||Football||35 000|
|Estadio Monumental||Football||80 000|
|Coliseo Eduardo Dibos||Basketball||6 000|
|Chorrillos Military School||Fencing, modern pentathlon|
|Lawn Tennis de la Exposición||Tennis, Squash||15 000 approx.|
|Villa Deportiva del Callao||Boxing, football, Taekwondo, Judo, Kung fu, Karate, Raquetball, Softball, Baseball|
|Centro de Convenciones María Angola||Weightlifting||3 000|
|Gran Coliseo de Lima||Volleyball and basketball finals||15 000|
|Centro Acuático Panamericano||Aquatic sports||9 000 approx.|
|Polideportivo de la UNMSM||Gymnastics||7 000 approx.|
|La Punta District||Triathlon, Rowing, Canoeing, Open water swimming, Sailing||1 000 approx.|
|Circuito de playas de la Costa Verde||North complex: Field hockey, Rugby sevens, Archery / South complex: BMX, Skating, Beach volleyball||7 000|
|Playa Punta Rocas||Surfing|
- McKay, Duncan (11 October 2013). "Lima awarded 2019 Pan American and Parapan Games". Insidethegames.biz. Dunsar Media. Retrieved 23 April 2016.
- Shirinian, Zjan (27 July 2014). "Logo unveiled for Lima 2019 Pan American Games". Insidethegames.biz. Dunsar Media. Retrieved 23 April 2016.
- "ISA WELCOMES THE ADDITION OF SURFING TO THE 2019 PAN AMERICAN GAMES SPORTS PROGRAMME". International Surfing Association. Retrieved July 11, 2015.
- Butler, Nick (17 November 2016). "Bodybuilding added to Lima 2019 programme as agreement signed for event to be shown outside Americas". Insidethegames.biz. Dunsar Media. Retrieved 17 November 2016.