Commonwealth Games: All-time medal table including Birmingham 2022 - after day nine, 6 August 

Olympics.com takes a look at those nations and territories who have picked up the most medals in Commonwealth Games history, and those who have an opportunity to pick up their first.

By Jo Gunston
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In the 63 Commonwealth Games that have taken place since the inaugural tournament in Ontario, Canada in 1930, more than 10,000 medals have already been won.

Australia's swimmer Emma McKeon has 20 medals now and is the most decorated athlete in Commonwealth Games history.

Australia have topped the medal table at 11 Games, England seven and Canada one, but the last time Britain hosted the event on home soil, at Glasgow 2014, England unseated the Aussies from top spot for the first time since 1994.

But which nations and territories top the table of all-time Commonwealth Games medallists?

The rankings below were compiled after day six of the Commonwealth Games 2022 in Birmingham, England, and are ranked by number of gold medals won by nation.

Read more: Have a look at the daily highlights of the 2022 Commonwealth Games.

You can follow all the action during Birmingham 2022 via our live updates blog at Olympics.com.

Commonwealth Games all-time medal table

1 Australia

Gold 984 Silver 820 Bronze 759
Total 2,569

2 England

Gold 761 Silver 764 Bronze 760
Total 2,284

3 Canada

Gold 509 Silver 545 Bronze 567
Total 1,638

4 India

Gold 195 Silver 184 Bronze 165
Total 543

5 New Zealand

Gold 177 Silver 233 Bronze 299
Total 682

6 South Africa

Gold 136 Silver 131 Bronze 147
Total 414

7 Scotland

Gold, 126 Silver 141 Bronze 222
Total 489

8 Kenya

Gold 89 Silver 80 Bronze 82
Total 251

9 Nigeria

Gold 77 Silver 81 Bronze 103
Total 260

10 Wales

Gold 72 Silver 102 Bronze 154
Total 327

11 Malaysia

Gold 64 Silver 71 Bronze 85
Total 219

12 Jamaica

Gold 65 Silver 51 Bronze 57
Total 173

13 Singapore

Gold 37 Silver 30 Bronze 33
Total 100

14 Northern Ireland

Gold 32 Silver 43 Bronze 59
Total 134

15 Pakistan

Gold 26 Silver 27 Bronze 29
Total 82

16 Cyprus

Gold 25 Silver 15 Bronze 24
Total 64

17 Uganda

Gold 19 Silver 16 Bronze 25
Total 60

18 Ghana (a)

Gold 15 Silver 18 Bronze 27
Total 60

19 Trinidad and Tobago

Gold 12 Silver 22 Bronze 26
Total 60

20 Bahamas

Gold 12 Silver 13 Bronze 13
Total 38

21 Cameroon

Gold 11 Silver 12 Bronze 17
Total 39

22 Nauru

Gold 10 Silver 11 Bronze 10
Total 31

23 Zimbabwe (b)

Gold 6 Silver 9 Bronze 14
Total 29

24 Samoa

Gold 6 Silver 10 Bronze 11
Total 27

25 Tanzania

Gold 6 Silver 6 Bronze 11
Total 23

26 Papua New Guinea

Gold 5 Silver 8 Bronze 2
Total 15

27 Botswana

Gold 5 Silver 5 Bronze 8
Total 18

28 Namibia

Gold 5 Silver 4 Bronze 13
Total 22

29 Hong Kong

Gold 5 Silver 2 Bronze 10
Total 17

30 Zambia (c)

Gold 4 Silver 12 Bronze 24
Total 40

31 Sri Lanka (d)

Gold 4 Silver 9 Bronze 10
Total 23

32 Fiji

Gold 4 Silver 7 Bronze 11
Total 22

33 Guyana (e)

Gold 4 Silver 6 Bronze 6
Total 16

34 Isle of Man

Gold 3 Silver 3 Bronze 6
Total 12

35 Barbados

Gold 2 Silver 4 Bronze 7
Total 13

36 Bangladesh

Gold 2 Silver 4 Bronze 2
Total 8

37 Malaysia

Gold 2 Silver 3 Bronze 2
Total 7

38= Bermuda

Gold 2 Silver 2 Bronze 2
Total 6

38= Mozambique

Gold 2 Silver 2 Bronze 3
Total 7

40 Grenada

Gold 2 Silver 1 Bronze 2
Total 5

41 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Gold 2 Bronze 1
Total 3

42 Mauritius

Gold 1 Silver 8 Bronze 8
Total 17

43 Guernsey

Gold 1 Silver 4 Bronze 3
Total 8

44 Lesotho

Gold 1 Silver 1 Bronze 1
Total 3

45= Jersey

Gold 1 Bronze 3
Total 4

45= Saint Lucia

Gold 1 Silver 1 Bronze 3

Total 5

47 Cayman Islands

Gold 1 Bronze 1
Total 2

48= British Virgin Islands

Gold 2
Total 2

48= Kiribati

Gold 1
Total 1

48= Saint Kitts and Nevis

Gold 1
Total 1

51 Seychelles

Silver 3 Bronze 4
Total 7

52 Rhodesia and Nyasaland

Silver 2 Bronze 5
Total 7

53 Malta

Silver 1 Bronze 5
Total 6

54 Swaziland

Silver 1 Bronze 3
Total 4

55 Dominica

Silver 2 Bronze 1
Total 3

56 The Gambia

Silver 1 Bronze 1

Total 2

57 Ireland

Silver 1
Total 1

58= Malawi

Bronze 3
Total 3

58= Tonga

Bronze 3
Total 3

60= Norfolk Island

Bronze 2
Total 2

60= Vanuatu

Bronze 2
Total 2

62= Cook Islands

Bronze 1
Total 1

62= Solomon Islands

Bronze 1
Total 1

62= Niue

Bronze 1
Total 1

Key

[a] Totals for Ghana include all medals won as Gold Coast
[b] Totals for Zimbabwe include all medals won as Southern Rhodesia
[c] Totals for Zambia include all medals won as Northern Rhodesia
[d] Totals for Sri Lanka include all medals won as Ceylon
[e] Totals for Guyana include all medals won as British Guiana

Opportunity knocks

For the countries and territories yet to win a Commonwealth Games medal, Birmingham 2022 offers another chance to register their nation, and themselves, in the history books.

Gibraltar, the Maldives, Rwanda (who only joined the Commonwealth Games in 2010), Belize, Falkland Islands, Niue, Sierra Leone, Brunei, Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Tuvalu, Montserrat, Turks & Caicos Islands, and St. Helena, are those hoping to add their names to the all-time table.

For all information on the Commonwealth Games Birmingham 2022 head to the official website here.

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