About Team IOW
Gotland '17
Gibraltar '19
The NatWest International Island Games welcomes spectators at all events, giving host islanders an exciting—and all too rare—opportunity to watch live international sport on their home turf.

The Gibraltar 2019 NatWest International Island Games XVIII will be held from 6th to 12th July 2019.
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What Are The NatWest International Island Games?

The games give Island sportsmen and sportswomen a unique chance to experience international competition in a multi sport games where they can compete alongside and against some of the very best in sport.

They inspire those who compete to do their very best for their sport and their home island and have proved to be a good stepping stone to high level international success.

The Isle of Wight is ranked 6th in the all-time Island Games Medal table, with a total of 504 medals, including 160 Golds.

Whose team are you on?

Support the Isle of Wight in the 2019 Island Games
Clothing now available at teamiow.teemill.com

Donate and Support

Please donate to our crowdfunding appeal and get behind your team at the next NatWest Island Games

Time till the next games...

Latest News

Supporters Kit Now Available

In association with Island based ethical clothing supplier Rapanui, TeamIOW have launched their very own range of supporters kit so that anyone associated with the games can proudly display their support before during and after the games.


The kit initially features 3 striking designs for supporters and is available as T Shirts, Hoodies and Tote Bags for people to by online direct from the supplier. Any profit from sales will help to support the team at the next games.

The shop can be found at https://teamiow.teemill.com



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New website launch to help raise funds for the Isle of Wight Island Games 2019

The Isle of Wight Island Games have launched their new website www.iwiga.co.uk designed and hosted by the island based global EPoS developer ICRTouch. The site was launched with the hopes that the local community will generously help to raise funds for the 2019 island games in Gotland.


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Support Fund Gets Huge Boost

At the start of planning for the Gotland Games we identified that the cost of attending would be about double that of attending the previous games in Jersey. There was a fear that this would mean that some talented sports people would miss the opportunity to have their games moment not because they lacked skill or talent but because they lacked the funds. This might be through still being at school or still in education or training and those who live in poverty but find a release and social integration through dedication to their sports.


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