Summer Olympics Locations: Past & Future List of Host Cities

Summer Olympics Locations

Summer Olympics Locations: The most popular multi-sport event, which comes after every four years is the Summer Olympic Games. From 1896 till now this sports event massively spreading all over the world. Every season, there have participated a lot of athletics from the Olympics member’s nations.

The very first season was held in 1896 at Athens, where 10 sports events were organized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC). After that every four years this was held in different locations.

However, 1916, 1940 & 1944 Olympic Games were canceled due to World War 1 & 2. In addition, the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympic postponed by the IOC due to the global pandemic (COVID-19), and this season will be held in 2021.

Summer Olympics Locations: List of Host Cities

Till now, there have been 28 Summer Olympic organized in 23 cities. In the United States, Olympic held in four times (1904, 1932, 1984, and 1996), in Great Britain held in three times (1908, 1948, and 2012), in Greece held in twice (1896 and 2004). Similar to Greece, other nations like – Australia, France & Germany held twice times also.

The IOC has selected the 2020 Summer Olympic host in Tokyo, Japan as the 2nd time host nation.

Here we created a Summer Olympics Locations list. Check this out.

YearHost CityDates
1896Athens6–15 April 1896
1900Paris14 May – 28 October 1900
1904St. Louis1 July – 23 November 1904
1908London27 April – 31 October 1908
1912Stockholm6–22 July 1912
1916Berlin.Cancelled due to World War I
1920Antwerp14 August – 12 September 1920
1924Paris4 May – 27 July 1924
1928Amsterdam28 July – 12 August 1928
1932Los Angeles30 July – 14 August 1932
1936Berlin1–16 August 1936
1940TokyoCancelled due to World War II
1944LondonCancelled due to World War II
1948London29 July – 14 August 1948
1952Helsinki19 July – 3 August 1952
1956Melbourne22 November – 8 December 1956
1960Rome25 August – 11 September 1960
1964Tokyo10–24 October 1964
1968Mexico City12–27 October 1968
1972Munich26 August – 11 September 1972
1976Montreal17 July – 1 August 1976
1980Moscow19 July – 3 August 1980
1984Los Angeles28 July – 12 August 1984
1988Seoul17 September – 2 October 1988
1992Barcelona25 July – 9 August 1992
1996Atlanta19 July – 4 August 1996
2000Sydney15 September – 1 October 2000
2004Athens13–29 August 2004
2008Beijing8–24 August 2008
2012London27 July – 12 August 2012
2016Rio de Janeiro5–21 August 2016
2020Tokyo23 July – 8 August 2021
2024Paris26 July – 11 August 2024
2028Los Angeles21 July – 6 August 2028
2032TBATBA

If any changes for any circumstances – we will update this table.

You May Also Like

About the Author: James M. Rowland

Hey I'm James, I have passion for sports. That's why I write articles about sports. Here I share my views and thoughts. Hopefully you will enjoy those and stay with me. Thanks!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *