At the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, Team England competed against the 70 nations and territories of the Commonwealth across 18 different sports.
Within those sports, Team England competed in 38 para-sport medal events in para-athletics, para-swimming, para-triathlon, para-lawn bowls, para-table tennis and powerlifting.
Commonwealth Youth Games must contain at least six and no more than eight sports. The next edition of the Commonwealth Youth Games will be held in 2021.
At the Commonwealth Games, there are compulsory, optional and recognised sports and para disciplines.
For the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, there were 10 core sports which were athletics, swimming, badminton, boxing, hockey, lawn bowls, netball, rugby 7s, squash and weightlifting. The Gold Coast then chose another eight events to include in their Games.
Four para-sport disciplines must also be included in each Games from para-athletics, para-swimming, para-lawn bowls and powerlifting. Three further sports chosen by the host country can also be picked from para-cycling (track), para-table tennis and wheelchair basketball.