Gather around for the Olympics Opening Ceremony and play this fun BINGO game with your family!
Get ready to celebrate the best of the best in athletics around the world for the 2020 Olympics (celebrated in 2021). Because of the way things have gone this last eighteen months or so, we are off by a year and no spectators are allowed. I know things are a *little* bit weird this time around but I’m hoping that it’s still magical and awesome for those who have worked so hard for so many years.
This isn’t my first time posting about the Olympics Opening Ceremony. I have a deep love for the games and have shared a few ideas in the past:
It goes back to growing up in a household where we watched them and parents who loved them. My top three sports were gymnastics, diving and swimming. It didn’t hurt that I got to go to the swimming Olympic Trials (talked about here) and then a few years ago I spent some time with Missy Franklin. What an incredible experience!
Holding the Olympic torch and wearing Missy Franklin’s gold medal
Olympics Opening Ceremony
The Tokyo Opening Ceremony will be broadcast live on NBC across all time zones, with coverage starting at 6:55 a.m. ET/3:55 a.m. PT. As much as I love the Olympics, 4am is a tad early. So I will be watching it during NBC’s primetime broadcast at 7:30 p.m. ET/4:30 p.m. PT on TV. It will also be on the NBC Sports app and NBCOlympics.com.
To watch and play along with your family, download and print the BINGO cards below.
Opening Ceremony BINGO for Japan Olympics – For personal use only.