Invictus Games Sydney 2018

72 competitors are ready to serve their country once more and represent Team UK at this year’s Invictus Games in Sydney. Celebrating how our Veterans and Service Personnel refuse to be defined by their injury or illness, the Games enable those taking part to have a second chance at life­­.

Your support allows us to train, select and develop Team UK to unleash their potential and find a new sense of purpose. 


Tune into BBC One from 19 October to see Team UK join 17 other nations in Game On, Down Under to compete across 11 sports.

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Every donation you make will help to support our incredible team of athletes today and for future Invictus Games. From running recovery programmes, to holding training camps. Your donation has the power to changes lives through sport.

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Wear your support

Bremont is proud to be an official supporter of Team UK for the Invictus Games Sydney 2018. Creating a bespoke bracelet for every competitor, they have also released a collectors’ edition, so you too can wear your support. All profits will support Team UK via Help for Heroes.

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Give us your time

Our amazing Volunteers play a major part in spreading the word about how the Charity supports our Armed Forces community. What better way to get involved and fly the flag for Team UK than at our next TFL collection? Join in the fun on 6 December.

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Join Team UK

Since the Invictus Games launched in 2014, hundreds of wounded British military personnel and veterans have represented their country, county, city or club in sporting events at home and further afield. Now it’s your turn to Join Team UK!

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The Invictus Games Sydney 2018 is being presented by Jaguar Land Rover. Find out which other organisations are supporting Team UK here

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