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Spread over three exhilarating days, the Randox Grand National Festival is on Thursday 7 - Saturday 9 April 2022.


The Festival usually welcomes over 150,000 passionate racing fans and thrill-seekers to the Aintree Racecourse, but this year it will take place behind closed doors.


Looking for more details about this prestigious event? Your questions are answered below:


When is the Grand National 2022?


What time is the Grand National 2022 race? 

The crowning event of the Grand National Festival, the Grand National run will be at 5:15pm on the 9 April.


Where is the Grand National?

The Randox Grand National Festival traditionally takes place at Aintree Racecourse, which is just a few miles outside of Liverpool in North West England. Aintree Racecourse has hosted the Grand National Festival since 1839.


How do I watch at home?

For all the ways you can follow the action from home, take a look at our Where to Watch guide.


Can I get tickets for next year?

Tickets are on sale here.


Fun facts about the Grand National

  • Red Rum is the most successful horse in Grand National history. This legendary steeplechaser has won the race three times.
  • The youngest ever Grand National winner is Bruce Hobbs, who was only 17-years-old. A record that still stands today.
  • The prize fund for the Grand National 2017 was a monumental £1 million.
  • The film Champions is inspired by jockey Bob Champion, who recovered from cancer and went on to win this prestigious race.

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