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Invictus Games: Latest news and stories

Inspired by Team UK?

RBL are proud to continue supporting veterans and serving personnel at the Invictus Games Vancouver-Whistler 2025. Registration for veterans is now closed. Serving personnel can still register to apply for Team UK by clicking below. Further information on the selection process and how to apply for the Invictus Games will be sent shortly after registrations close on the 30th November 2023.

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Invictus Games participant at friends and family day, accompanied by his wife and two children

Support for friends and family

Supporting a loved one who has served in the military through injury or illness can be a real challenge, but the RBL is there to support everyone, including friends and family. 

The Invictus Games story

We’re incredibly proud to be supporting Team UK to compete at the Invictus Games.

The Invictus Games is an international multi-sport event for wounded, injured and sick servicemen and women, both serving and veterans.

It uses the power of sport to inspire recovery and support rehabilitation

The Duke of Sussex was inspired to create the Invictus Games after visiting the Warrior Games in America 2013.

The first Invictus Games took place in London in 2014 and was followed by games in 2016, 2017, 2018, 2022 and 2023

In 2025 the Invictus Games will be held in Whistler and Vancouver, and will feature new winter sports: Alpine Skiing, Nordic Skiing, Skeleton, and Wheelchair Curling.

Royal British Legion Battle Back Centre

Recovery support for the Armed Forces community

From courses for wounded, injured and sick service personnel and veterans at the Battle Back Centre, to our award-winning recovery through the arts programme, we provide a range of support to ensure the best possible recovery for the Armed Forces community. 
Recovery support

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