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Asian Games 2023 Schedule

The Asian Games 2023 Schedule:The Asian Games 2023 will be a grand sporting event, featuring a diverse array of 40 sports and 61 disciplines. India has a strong track record in the Asian Games, having previously sent a contingent of 570 players competing in 36 sports. The 2023 games will be a showcase of athletic prowess and cultural exchange, as representatives from various Asian countries compete in the spirit of sportsmanship and camaraderie.

The Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) has been responsible for organizing the Asian Games since 1982. The Asian Games is a prominent continental multi-sport event that takes place every four years, bringing together athletes from across Asia. The upcoming Asian Games in 2023 will be the 19th edition of this prestigious event, and China has been selected as the host country.

Asian Games 2023 Cricket Venue

All matches for both the men’s and women’s tournaments will be held at the Zhejiang University of Technology Pingfeng Cricket Field. 

Asian Games 2023 Information

Event Asian Games 2023
Edition 19th Edition
Year 2023
Scheduled Dates 23 Sep 2023 to 08 Oct 2023
Host Country China
Venue Hangzhou Olympic Sports Expo Center
Events 482
No. of Sports 40
No. of Disciplines 61
Main Purpose Multi Sports Event executed among athletes from all over Asia.
Official Website www.hangzhou2022.cn

Asian Games 2023 Cricket Schedule

The eagerly anticipated Asian Games 2023 schedule has been unveiled, sparking excitement among fans. The cricket tournament is set to commence on September 19 and conclude on October 8, 2023. This prestigious sporting event will take place at the Zhejiang University of Technology in Hangzhou.

Asian Games 2023 squads 

Asian Games 2023: Men and Women Squad (India)

Here is the Indian men and women squad in Asian Games 2023.

India’s Men Squad

Ruturaj Gaikwad (Captain), Mukesh Kumar, Shivam Mavi, Shivam Dube, Prabhsimran Singh (wk), Yashasvi Jaiswal, Rahul Tripathi, Tilak Varma, Rinku Singh, Jitesh Sharma (wk), Washington Sundar, Shahbaz Ahmed, Ravi Bishnoi, Avesh Khan, Arshdeep Singh.

India’s Women Squad

Harmanpreet Kaur (C), Smriti Mandhana (VC), Rajeshwari Gayakwad, Minnu Mani, Kanika Ahuja, Uma Chetry (wk), Anusha Bareddy, Shafali Verma, Jemimah Rodrigues, Deepti Sharma, Richa Ghosh (wk), Amanjot Kaur, Devika Vaidya, Anjali Sarvani, Titas Sadhu.

Standby list of players: Yash Thakur, Sai Kishore, Venkatesh Iyer, Deepak Hooda, Sai Sudarsan.

Women’s Cricket Schedule

Date Session Time Match No. Home VS Away Phase Category
19/9/2023 CKT01 9:30 1 9th-14th Round 1 Women Cricket
CKT02 14:30 2 8th-13th Round 1 Women Cricket
20/9/2023 CKT03 9:30 3 7th-10th Round 1 Women Cricket
CKT04 14:30 4 6th-11th Round 1 Women Cricket
21/9/2023 CKT05 9:30 5 5th-12th Round 1 Women Cricket
CKT06 14:30 6 Winner of Match 1 VS Winner of Match 2 Women Cricket
22/9/2023 CKT07 9:30 7 1st VS Winner of Match 6 QF1 Cricket
CKT08 14:30 8 2nd VS Winner of Match 3 QF2 Cricket
24/9/2023 CKT09 9:30 9 3rd VS Winner of Match 4 QF3 Cricket
CKT10 14:30 10 4th VS Winner of Match 5 QF4 Cricket
25/9/2023 CKT11 9:30 11 Winner of QF1 & QF2 SF1 Cricket
CKT12 14:30 12 Winner of QF3 & QF4 SF2 Cricket
26/9/2023 CKT13 9:30 13 Loser of SF1 & SF2 3/4 Cricket
CKT14 14:30 14 Winner of SF1 & SF2 F Cricket

Men’s Cricket Schedule

Date Session Time Match No. Home VS Away Phase Category
28/9/2023 CKT15 9:30 1 9th-14th Round 1 Men Cricket
CKT16 14:30 2 8th-15th Round 1 Men Cricket
29/9/2023 CKT17 9:30 3 10th-13th Round 1 Men Cricket
CKT18 14:30 4 7th-16th Round 1 Men Cricket
30/9/2023 CKT19 9:30 5 11th-12th Round 1 Men Cricket
CKT20 14:30 6 6th-17th Round 1 Men Cricket
1/10/2023 CKT21 9:30 7 5th-18th Round 1 Men Cricket
CKT22 14:30 8 Winner of Match 1 VS Winner of Match 2 Men Cricket
2/10/2023 CKT23 9:30 9 Winner of Match 3 VS Winner of Match 4 Men Cricket
CKT24 14:30 10 Winner of Match 5 VS Winner of Match 6 Men Cricket
4/10/2023 CKT25 9:30 11 2nd VS Winner of Match 8 QF1 Cricket
CKT26 14:30 12 3rd VS Winner of Match 9 QF2 Cricket
5/10/2023 CKT27 9:30 13 4th VS Winner of Match 10 QF3 Cricket
CKT28 14:30 14 1st VS Winner of Match 7 QF4 Cricket
6/10/2023 CKT29 9:30 15 Winner of QF1 & QF2 SF1 Cricket
CKT30 14:30 16 Winner of QF3 & QF4 SF2 Cricket
7/10/2023 CKT31 9:30 17 Loser of SF1 & SF2 3/4 Cricket
CKT32 14:30 18 Winner of SF1 & SF2 F Cricket

Please note that the above schedule is for the cricket events at the Asian Games 2023, and the venue is the Zhejiang University of Technology Pingfeng Cricket Field.

Asian Games 2023 Medal Tally

The Asian Games 2023 have not yet been held, so there is no medal tally yet. The games are scheduled to take place in Hangzhou, China from September 10 to 25, 2023. However, we can look at the medal tallies from previous Asian Games to get an idea of which countries are likely to be the top contenders in 2023.

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Asian Games Qualified Athletes & Games List 2023 from India

More than 150 Indian athletes have successfully qualified from India to participate in the Asian Games 2023 across various sports and disciplines. The comprehensive list of qualified athletes and their respective sports can be found in the table below.

Asian Games Archery Qualfiers 2023

  • Atanu Das
  • Neeraj Chauhan
  • Aditi Jaiswal
  • Simranjeet Kaur
  • Rajat Chauhan
  • Rishabh Yadav
  • Jyothi Surekha Vennam
  • Sakshi Chaudhary
  • Dhiraj Bommadevara
  • Tarundeep Rai
  • Bhajan Kaur
  • Ankita Bhakat
  • Prathamesh Jawkar
  • Ojas Deotale
  • Avneet Kaur
  • Aditi Swami

Asian Games Badminton Qualifiers 2023

  • Chirag Shetty
  • MR Arjun
  • Ashmita Chaliha
  • Malvika Bansod
  • Treesa Jolly
  • Tanisha Crasto
  • HS Prannoy
  • Mithun Manjunath
  • Kidambi Srikanth
  • Satwiksairaj Rankireddy
  • Lakshya Sen
  • Dhruv Kapila
  • PV Sindhu
  • Anupama Upadhyaya
  • Gayatri Gopichand
  • Ashwini Ponnappa
  • Rohan Kapoor
  • N Sikki Reddy
  • Sai Pratheek K

Asian Games Boxing Players 2023

  • Sweety Boora  (75kg)
  • Manisha Moun  (57kg)
  • Lovlina Borgohain  (69kg)
  • Nikhat Zareen (51kg)
  • Jasmine Lamboria  (60kg)

Asian Games Bridge Qualified Players 2023

  • Marianne Karmarkar
  • Puja Batra
  • Asha Sharma
  • Alka Kshirsagar
  • Bharti Dey
  • Vidya Patel
  • Kalpana Gurjar
  • Jaggy Shivdasani
  • Rajeshwar Tiwari
  • Sandeep Thakral
  • Raju Tolani
  • Sumit Mukherjee
  • Ajay Khare
  • B Satyanarayana
  • Kiran Nadar
  • Rajeev Khandelwal
  • Himani Khandelwal
  • Sandeep Karmarkar

Asian Games Equestrian Players 2023

  • Amar Sarin
  • Pranay Khare
  • Yashaan Khambatta
  • Zahaan Setalvad
  • Deepanshu Sheoran
  • Apoorva Dabade
  • Raju Singh Bhadoria
  • Vikas Kumar
  • Ashish Limaye
  • Hriday Chheda

Asian Games ESports Players 2023

  • Ketan
  • Darshan
  • Aakash Shandilya
  • Krish
  • Sanindhya Malik
  • Shubham
  • Abhishek
  • Charanjot Singh
  • Mayank Prajapati
  • Karman Singh Tikka
  • Samarth Arvind Trivedi
  • Ayan Biswas
  • Akshaj Shenoy
  • Aditya Selvaraj
  • Mihir Ranjan

Asian Games Fencing Qualifiers 2023

  • Bibish Kathireshan
  • Karan Singh Gurjar
  • Abhay Shinde
  • Akash Kumar
  • Vishal Thapar
  • Jagmeet Kaur
  • Yashkeerat Kaur
  • Rishika Khujuria
  • Radhika Awati
  • Jenisha N. V.
  • Bhavani Devi
  • Sunil Kumar
  • Udayvir Singh
  • Shankar Pandey
  • Arjun
  • Sherjin R. S.
  • Gisho Kumaresan
  • Ena Arora
  • Jyotika Dutta
  • V. P. Mahalakshmi
  • Dev
  • Taniksha Khatri
  • Mariya Akshita
  • Joshna Christy Jose

Asian Games Golf Players 2023

  • Avani Prashanth
  • SSP Chawrasia
  • Shubhankar Sharma
  • Anirban Lahiri
  • Aditi Ashok
  • Khalin Joshi
  • Pranavi Urs

Asian Games Hockey Players 2023

  • Indian Men’s Hockey team
  • Indian Women’s Hockey team

Asian Games Ju-Jitsu Players

  • Kamal Singh – 62kg
  • Uma Maheshwar Reddy – 85kg
  • Siddharth Singh –  69kg
  • Vinod Rana – 77kg
  • Nanvya Pandey –  48kg
  • Anirudh Verma – 77kg
  • Anwesha Deb –  48kg
  • Anupama Swain –  52kg
  • Rohini Kalam – 52kg
  • Akshat Sahu –  69kg
  • Angitha Shyju –  57kg
  • Tarun Yadav – 62kg
  • Nikita Choudhary –  57kg
  • Kiran Kumari –  63kg
  • Amarjeet Singh – 85kg
  • Annu –  63kg

Asian Games Karate Players

  • Johny Mangkhiya
  • Mesom Singhi
  • Abab Sangdo

Asian Games Sailing Players

  • Katya Ida Coelho
  • Ishwariya Ganesh

Asian Games Shooting Qualifiers

  • Manisha Keer
  • Anantjeet Singh Naruka
  • Angad Vir Singh Bajwa
  • Parinaaz Dhaliwal
  • Gurjoat Singh Khangura
  • Prithviraj Tondaiman
  • Anantjeet Singh Naruka
  • Zoravar Singh Sandhu
  • Rajeshwari Kumari
  • Ganemat Sekhon
  • Darsha Rathore
  • Kynan Chenai
  • Preeti Rajak

Asian Games Skateboarding Players 2023

  • Nani Sonam
  • Dhruvi Lakhotia
  • Urmila Padable
  • Aadya Aditi

Asian Games SoftBall 2023

  • Indian Women’s Softball team+

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FAQs

Where is Asian Games 2023?

Asian Games, scheduled to be held in the Chinese city of Hangzhou from September 20 to October 8.

When the asian games will start 2023?

Asian Games 2023: Around 800 athletes named as part of Indian contingent. NEW DELHI: India will be sending it's biggest-ever contingent for the upcoming Asian Games, scheduled to be held in the Chinese city of Hangzhou from September 20 to October 8.

How many sports events are in Asian Games?

The Asian Games 2023 will feature a diverse array of 40 sports, making it a grand spectacle of 61 disciplines. In previous editions, India has been a strong participant, sending a contingent of 570 players competing in 36 sports. As we delve into today's article, we will also present detailed information about the Asian Games 2023 schedule.  

How many times India hosted Commonwealth Games?

India has competed in all except four editions of the Commonwealth Games; starting at the second Games in 1934. India has also hosted the games once, in 2010.

Which country host 2026 Asian Games?

The 2026 Asian Games, also known as XX Asiad and Aichi-Nagoya 2026, will be a multi-sport event celebrated in the Aichi Prefecture and its capital Nagoya in Japan from 19 September to 4 October 2026.

Which edition of the Asian Games is going to be held this year under the Asian Games 2023 schedule?

This year is going to be the 19th edition of the Asian Games.

How many sporting events are in the Asian Games 2023?

From September 23 to October 8, 40 sports and 61 disciplines will take place at 54 competition venues in Hangzhou and five co-host cities.

How many medal events will take place in Asian Games 2023?

The cancellation of two roller skating events has led to a total of 481 gold medals.

Has India hosted the Asian Games?

India has hosted the Asian Games twice, first in 1951 and then in 1982.

Who will host the next edition of the Asian Games?

The Aichi Prefecture and Nagoya, Japan will host the 2026 Asian Games (XX Asiad) from September 19 to October 4.