More than 400 competitors, who embody the resilience of the human spirit, will gather under one roof in London this September. They come from 13 nations and have all served or are still serving their country in the Armed Forces. Over four days, they will compete in nine adaptive sports in world-class venues on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. They will challenge each other, and push their bodies to the limit, all in the name of the Invictus spirit.

The Games will be a wonderful opportunity to recognise the commitment of those who serve in the United Kingdom’s and our allies’ Armed Forces and to pay tribute to the sacrifice of those who are wounded or injured.

Prime Minister David Cameron