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The first modern Olympic Games happened in 1898 in Athens, Greece, not like in OTL in 1896. The whole sport timeline of our world changed.

Of course, the first Football World Cup is in 1932, and the others FIFA World Cup change their dates two years earlier or later.

Host nations and cities

This table is a hard table, but breakable. Be careful, my recommendation is to talk about changes on the talk page before you make a great change, thank you. Also, the Timeline page is very welcome for changes and new ideas. Fero 03:13, April 20, 2011 (UTC)

Olympic Games host cities
Year Summer Olympic Games Winter Olympic Games Youth Olympic Games
Olympiad Host city No. Host city No. Host City
1898 I 25px Athens, Greece
1902 II France Paris, France
1906 III United States St. Louis, United States
1908 III 25px Athens, Greece
1910 IV United Kingdom London, United Kingdom
1914 V Sweden Stockholm, Sweden
1918 VI Flag of the German Empire Berlin, Germany
Cancelled because of World War I
1922 VII Belgium Antwerp, Belgium
1926 VIII France Paris, France I France Chamonix, France
1930 IX Flag of the Netherlands Amsterdam, Netherlands II Flag of Switzerland St. Moritz, Switzerland
1934 X United States Los Angeles, United States III United States Lake Placid, United States
1938 XI Flag of German Reich (1935–1945) Berlin, Germany IV Flag of German Reich (1935–1945) Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany
1942 XII Flag of Japan Tokyo, Japan
Finland Helsinki, Finland
Cancelled because of World War II
V Flag of Japan Sapporo, Japan
Flag of Switzerland St. Moritz, Switzerland
Flag of German Reich (1935–1945) Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany
Cancelled because of World War II
1946 XIII United Kingdom London, United Kingdom Cancelled because of World War II V Template:Country data Italy Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy Cancelled because of World War II
1950 XIV United Kingdom London, United Kingdom V Flag of Switzerland St. Moritz, Switzerland
1954 XV Finland Helsinki, Finland VI Norway Oslo, Norway
1958 XVI Australia Melbourne, Australia +
Sweden Stockholm, Sweden
VII Template:Country data Italy Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy
1962 XVII Template:Country data Italy Rome, Italy VIII United States Squaw Valley, United States
1966 XVIII Flag of JapanTokyo, Japan IX Austria Innsbruck, Austria
1970 XIX Flag of Mexico Mexico City, Mexico X France Grenoble, France
1974 XX Flag of Germany Munich, West Germany XI Flag of Japan Sapporo, Japan
1978 XXI Flag of Canada Montreal, Canada XII United States Denver, United States
1982 XXII 25px Moscow, Soviet Union XIII United States Lake Placid, United States
1986 XXIII United States Los Angeles, United States XIV Flag of SFR Yugoslavia Sarajevo, Yugoslavia
1990 XXIV Flag of South Korea Seoul, South Korea XV Flag of Canada Calgary, Canada
1994 XXV Spain Barcelona, Spain XVI France Albertville, France
1996 XVII Norway Lillehammer, Norway
1998 XXVI United States Atlanta, United States
2000 XVIII Flag of Japan Nagano, Japan
2002 XXVII Australia Sydney, Australia
2004 XIX United States Salt Lake City, United States
2006 XXVIII Template:Country data Greece Athens, Greece
2008 XX Template:Country data Italy Turin, Italy
2010 XXIX Mao Zedong's proposal for the PRC flag Beijing, China
2012 XXI Flag of Canada Vancouver, Canada I (Summer) Flag of SingaporeSingapore
2014 XXX United Kingdom London, United Kingdom I (Winter) Austria Innsbruck, Austria
2016 XXII Russia Sochi, Russia II (Summer) Mao Zedong's proposal for the PRC flag Nanjing, China
2018 XXXI Brazil Rio de Janeiro, Brazil II (Winter) To be determined
2020 XXIII To be determined III (Summer) To be determined
2022 XXXII To be determined

See Also

Others Multi-sport events:

Associations: Commonwealth GamesInter-Allied GamesIsland GamesJeux de la FrancophonieLusophony GamesPan-Arab Games Communities: Islamic Solidarity GamesGay GamesMaccabiah GamesPan-Armenian GamesWomen's Islamic GamesWorld Outgames Disabled sport: DeaflympicsDéfi sportifExtremity GamesSpecial OlympicsIWAS World Games Professions: Military World GamesWorld Police and Fire Games Youth and students: Australian Youth Olympic FestivalCommonwealth Youth GamesCPLP GamesEuropean Youth Olympic FestivalGymnasiadeSELL Student GamesUniversiadeWorld Interuniversity GamesYouth Olympic Games Other sport: World Mind Sports GamesX Games Olympic alternatives: Friendship GamesGames of the New Emerging ForcesGoodwill GamesOlympic Boycott GamesPeople's Olympiad

Regionals:

Africa: All-Africa GamesCentral African Games Americas: Bolivarian GamesCANUSA GamesCentral American and Caribbean GamesCentral American GamesNorth American Indigenous GamesPan American GamesParapan American GamesSouth American Games Asia: ASEAN ParaGamesAsian Beach GamesAsian GamesAsian Indoor GamesAsian Indoor-Martial Arts GamesAsian Martial Arts GamesAsian Para GamesAsian Youth GamesChildren of Asia International Sports GamesEast Asian GamesCentral Asian GamesSoutheast Asian GamesSouth Asian GamesWest Asian Games Europe Balkan GamesBlack Sea GamesEuroGamesEuropean Youth Olympic FestivalGames of the Small States of Europe Inter-continental: Afro-Asian GamesArafura GamesArctic Winter GamesFESPIC GamesIndian Ocean Island GamesMediterranean GamesNordic GamesPan Arab Games

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