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Island Games 2019

Dates: 6-Jul-2019 to 12-Jul-2019

Location: GIBRALTAR | UK

The XVIII Island Games (also known as the 2019 NatWest Island Games for sponsorship reasons) will be held in the British Overseas Territory of Gibraltar between 6 and 12 July 2019. This will be the second time that the nation has hosted the games, the first being in 1995.

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About the Island Games

The Island Games are a biennial sports competition between autonomous islands or island groups organised by the International Island Games Association (IIGA). The participating territories compete in a wide variety of sports. Independent island states have not been admitted to this event since 1999, as this would not be in line with the purpose of the event.


The IIGA and thus the Island Games were founded in 1985 on the Isle of Man, Great Britain. Due to a sponsorship of the National Westminster Bank, the full name of the games since 1999 has been NatWest Island Games.

Special features of the participants

Gibraltar as a peninsula is the only participant with a direct connection to the mainland (Spain). Anglesey, Hitra and Prince Edward Island are connected to their mainland by bridges or tunnels. Greenland is by far the largest of all the islands, ahead of Iceland and the Falkland Islands. Sark is the smallest after Alderney and Gibraltar. Malta was before Iceland the participant with the most inhabitants, currently this is the Isle of Wight. After the Falkland Islands and Alderney, Sark also has the fewest inhabitants.