Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games 2026
Welcome to the official website for Sweden’s bid for the 2026 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. Join us to discover all the latest news, information, games concept and answers to all your questions.
How much will the Winter Games cost?
The Winter Olympics and Paralympics will cost approximately 13 billion Swedish kronor. The largest revenue source comes from the International Olympic Committee (IOC), who covers the majority of the operational budget. The remaining revenue share comes from sponsors, ticket sales and merchandise. No public funds will be used.
Stockholm, Åre and Falun will jointly host the Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games in 2026. Furthermore, in a groundbreaking and unique cooperation, we are partnering with our neighbor Latvia to host the sliding sports.
Olympic Agenda 2020
According to the IOC’s website, Olympic Agenda 2020 is ”the strategic roadmap for the future of the Olympic Movement. The 40 recommendations are like pieces of a jigsaw puzzle that, when you put together, form a picture that shows the IOC safeguarding the uniqueness of the Olympic Games and strengthening sport in society.” For more detailed information, please visit the IOC website.
The Swedish Olympic Committee (SOC) has multiple missions, the first one of which is to develop, uphold and protect the Olympic Movement in Sweden.
The SOC supports the development of the athletes and their sports, and ensures that Swedish athletes attend the Olympic Games.
Based on the values of the Olympic Movement, the SOC aims to:
- Create more role models in the field of sport for the youth of Sweden
- Inspire personal development and growth through sport
- Encourage personal development and growth regardless of gender, physical ability or socio-economic background