South-East Asian Games (SEA Games)

Sport Multiple sports
Competition Category Multi-Sport Games
Years 1959—2023
Editions 32
Competitors 7507
Countries 13

1963 Phnom Penh (CAM) cancelled.

Known as South East Asian Peninsular Games (SEAP Games) up to 1975.

Editions

Edition Host City Country Held Events Competitors Countries
1959 East Asian Peninsular Games (SEAP Games) Bangkok THA 12 – 17 December 1959 43 151 7
1961 East Asian Peninsular Games (SEAP Games) Yangon MYA 11 – 16 December 1961 47 110 7
1965 East Asian Peninsular Games (SEAP Games) Kuala Lumpur MAS 14 – 21 December 1965 82 254 7
1967 East Asian Peninsular Games (SEAP Games) Bangkok THA 9 – 16 December 1967 71 153 5
1969 South-East Asian Games (SEA Games) Yangon MYA 6 – 13 December 1969 70 144 5
1971 East Asian Peninsular Games (SEAP Games) Kuala Lumpur MAS 12 – 18 December 1971 93 214 5
1973 East Asian Peninsular Games (SEAP Games) Singapore SGP 1 – 8 September 1973 94 248 6
1975 East Asian Peninsular Games (SEAP Games) Bangkok THA 9 – 16 December 1975 92 193 4
1977 South-East Asian Games (SEA Games) Kuala Lumpur MAS 19 – 26 November 1977 113 243 7
1979 South-East Asian Games (SEA Games) Jakarta INA 21 – 30 September 1979 137 249 7
1981 South-East Asian Games (SEA Games) Manila PHI 6 – 15 December 1981 147 289 6
1983 South-East Asian Games (SEA Games) Singapore SGP 28 May – 6 June 1983 139 399 6
1985 South-East Asian Games (SEA Games) Bangkok THA 8 – 17 December 1985 135 317 6
1987 South-East Asian Games (SEA Games) Jakarta INA 9 – 20 September 1987 149 309 6
1989 South-East Asian Games (SEA Games) Kuala Lumpur MAS 20 – 31 August 1989 114 274 7
1991 South-East Asian Games (SEA Games) Manila PHI 24 November – 5 December 1991 115 274 7
1993 South-East Asian Games (SEA Games) Singapore SGP 12 – 20 June 1993 133 286 7
1995 South-East Asian Games (SEA Games) Chiang Mai THA 9 – 17 December 1995 129 345 9
1997 South-East Asian Games (SEA Games) Jakarta INA 11 – 19 October 1997 145 470 8
1999 South-East Asian Games (SEA Games) Bandar Seri Begawan BRU 7 – 15 August 1999 92 226 9
2001 South-East Asian Games (SEA Games) Kuala Lumpur MAS 8 – 17 September 2001 148 436 7
2003 South-East Asian Games (SEA Games) Hanoi VIE 5 – 13 December 2003 139 531 7
2005 South-East Asian Games (SEA Games) Manila PHI 27 November – 5 December 2005 150 536 7
2007 South-East Asian Games (SEA Games) Nakhon Ratchasima THA 6 – 15 December 2007 161 867 9
2009 South-East Asian Games (SEA Games) Vientiane LAO 9 – 18 December 2009 125 521 9
2011 South-East Asian Games (SEA Games) Palembang INA 11 – 22 November 2011 175 775 7
2013 South-East Asian Games (SEA Games) Naypyidaw MYA 11 – 22 December 2013 123 554 8
2015 South-East Asian Games (SEA Games) Singapore SGP 5 – 16 June 2015 150 870 7
2017 South-East Asian Games (SEA Games) Kuala Lumpur MAS 19 – 31 August 2017 182 1085 8
2019 South-East Asian Games (SEA Games) Capac PHI 30 November – 11 December 2019 181 1012 8
2021 South-East Asian Games (SEA Games) Hanoi VIE 12 – 23 May 2022 169 860 9
2023 South-East Asian Games (SEA Games) Phnom Penh CAM 5 – 17 May 2023 153 988 10

Medal table

Pos Country 🥇 Gold 🥈 Silver 🥉 Bronze Total
1 Thailand THA 829 895 899 2623
2 Indonesia INA 803 780 714 2297
3 Malaysia MAS 732 636 723 2091
4 Singapore SGP 620 550 602 1772
5 Philippines PHI 386 433 541 1360
6 Vietnam VIE 308 311 336 955
7 Myanmar MYA 277 304 316 897
8 Cambodia CAM 31 46 47 124
9 Malaya MAL 17 22 14 53
10 South Vietnam VNM 9 6 12 27
11 Laos LAO 2 0 14 16
12 Brunei BRU 0 2 7 9
13 Timor-Leste TLS 0 2 0 2