Spectators who want to follow the schedule of the Special Olympics World Games Abu Dhabi 2019 can check the official app for updates.
The app is available to download for free via the Google Play Store and Apple App Store.
In total, seven venues in Abu Dhabi and two in Dubai will host the various competitions.
Zayed Sports City will host the opening and closing ceremonies on 14th and 21st March, and football, tennis and bowling competitions.
The Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC) will serve as venue to 11 games including table tennis and basketball.
Equestrian competitions will take place at Al Forsan International Resort, while beach volleyball matches will happen at Corniche Beach.
Yas Link Golf Course will host the golf competitions, Yas Marina Circuit for cycling and Abu Dhabi Sailing and Yacht Club for kayaking and sailing.
Moving outside the capital, the Dubai Police Stadium will host the athletics competition, while the swimming competition will take a splash at Hamdan Sports Complex.
Dubai’s La Mer, meanwhile, will host the open water swimming competitions.
No time to visit the venues? Then catch the action via multiple media platforms available.
ESPN has teamed up with Abu Dhabi Media to bring the action to global audiences with live TV feeds every day.
Abu Dhabi Sports TV has already started screening a daily evening show from Emirates Palace. The programme features inspiring stories and interviews with Special Olympics athletes, representatives and is set to screen highlights and game results once the competition commences.
AD Sports 1 will run daily Arabic coverage of the tournament, while the English-language broadcast will be aired on AD Sports 2.
Another option for fans is the dedicated World Games channels via AD Sports 3 and 7.
The Abu Dhabi Sports Showcase Channel will cover different sports each day complete with English-language commentary.Fans can also follow the games on the event’s official YouTube channel – Special Olympics World Games AD.