The Mediterranean Beach Games return to Italy, Pesaro chosen as host for 2023


The city of Pesaro will host the 2023 Mediterranean Beach Games.

The decision was made official by the International Committee of the Mediterranean Games at the end of the electronic consultation, which began on 27th January and closed on 9th February.

Pesaro has been chosen as the host city of the third edition of the Games with a unanimous decision by the members of the National Olympic Committees of the ICMG, the International Committee of the Mediterranean Games, and the IOC members of the Mediterranean countries.

The President of the ICMG, Amar Addadi, upon announcing the result to the Mayor of Pesaro, Matteo Ricci, said: “I take this opportunity to congratulate both the city of Pesaro and you personally for this election and welcome you to the Mediterranean family. We are convinced that the third edition of the Mediterranean Beach Games will be a great success in the wake of the examples of Pescara 2015 and Patras 2019”.

According to the candidature dossier, the Mediterranean Beach Games in Pesaro will take place from 16th to 23rd September 2023 and will involve 11 sport disciplines.

Soon President Addadi, with an ICMG delegation, will travel to the Marche city to meet the local authorities and representatives of CONI, who have worked with the Municipality within the project, to sign the Host City Contract and hand over the ICMG flag.