The Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, which started in the Celtic Park with the traditional opening ceremony, reaches its last destination at the Hampden Park Stadium. The 2014 Commonwealth Games (officially the XX Commonwealth Games) will end with the closing ceremony at the Hampdon Park on late Sunday night at 1.30 pm IST. Glasgow is on a high after the exuberant oraganization of the 12 day multi-sport event making it one of the watched out event after the recent big affair event like FIFA 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
The CWG 2014 enthusiasts all around the globe, have been provided with massive coverage from BBC in West to Ten Sports bringing the live action for the Indian sub-continent.There have also been several free live streaming facilities by the Official Youtube Page of Commonwealth Games. The closing ceremony of Commonwealth Games 2014 will be available for live streaming at the Official Youtube Page of Commonwealth Games.
After the successful campaign of the 20th edition, host nation promised to end it on an equally gala affair with a magnificent closing ceremony that will see the participation of big names like Kylie Minogue, Scotland’s most successful acts by Deacon Blue and Dougie MacLean. Glasgow has spread the Scottish tradition around the world with magnificent viewership in billions.
The presence of Kylie Minogue reaffirms the transfer of Commonwealth Games to its next host nation – Australia, the host nation of 2018 Commonwealth Games. The Closing ceremony at the Hampdon Park Stadium will witness the recap of the memorable high points of the Glasgow 2014 competition. It will also include acts in reference to the next Games in 2018, to be held in Australia’s Gold Coast.
The fans back home in Indian subcontinent can enjoy the magnum opus closing ceremony on the Ten Sports channels that have acquired the TV rights in India. Right from the Opening ceremony to all the sporting events, everything has been featured on Ten Sports, Ten Action and Ten HD.
England lead the medals table on 165 with 56 gold while Australia have 132 in total of which 45 are gold and with just 11 titles to be decided on the final day, the English can celebrate their best Commonwealth performance since the Edinburgh showpiece 28 years ago.