Redlands residents will support Australian Olympians in their own backyard with live events to be broadcast in Bloomfield Street Park, Cleveland.

The Redlands community will cheer Australian Olympians on from home in Cleveland as athletes compete in the 2021 Tokyo games.

OLYMPICS LIVE: a large LED screen will broadcast the games in Bloomfield Street park Cleveland from July 24 until July 30.

OLYMPICS LIVE: a large LED screen will broadcast the games in Bloomfield Street park Cleveland from July 24 until July 30.

Olympics Live presented by Westpac will be a free event broadcasting the games on a large LED screen in Bloomfield Street Park from July 24 until July 30.

Mayor Karen Williams said it would give residents the chance to support local athletes.

"Due to the global pandemic, spectators will not be in attendance at the Tokyo Games, so it will be more important than ever for our athletes to know Australians are cheering them on at home," Cr Williams said.

Redlands has produced a number of Olympic stars including Thornlands diver Melissa Wu, Russell Island sailor Mara Stransky, and five gymnasts from Premier Gymnastics.

Australian Olympic Committee chief executive, Matt Carroll said the Olympics Live event would unite the Redlands through sport.

"Olympics Live will present an opportunity to re-connect as a community and embrace the Olympic spirit," he said.

"We're really excited to see Redlands Coast embracing Olympics Live, and I thank Cr Williams for supporting the ongoing development of sport within their community."

Olympics Live Redlands Coast is part of a large network of sites being set-up across the country.

The International Olympic Committee's pick for the host of the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games will be announced Wednesday July 21, with Brisbane a top contender in the running.

If selected, Redlands would become home to an Olympic venue, the 2032 Olympic Canoe Slalom events.