Thailand National Games

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Thailand national games is the sports event of Thailand of national level which are held in an every year interval.

Year Host Province Sport
1 1–5 November 1967 Bangkok
2 3–9 December 1968 Chiang Mai 14
3 24–30 November 1969 Songkhla 11
4 1–7 November 1970 Nakhon Ratchasima 12
5 2–9 December 1971 Nakhon Sawan 13
6 2–8 December 1972 Ratchaburi 12
7 23–29 August 1973 Nakhon Si Thammarat 14
8 3–8 December 1974 Chonburi 15
9 28 November - 4 December 1975 Lopburi 14
10 4–10 December 1976 Udon Thani 14
11 11–17 December 1977 Bangkok 14
12 24–30 January 1979 Ubon Ratchathani 14
13 23–29 December 1979 Lampang
14 23–29 December 1981 Pattani 14
15 22–28 March 1982 Udon Thani 14
16 22–28 November 1982 Phuket 15
17 20–26 January 1984 Phitsanulok 15
18 20–26 January 1985 Chiang Rai 15
19 14–20 January 1986 Chanthaburi 16
20 23–29 January 1987 Roi Et 16
21 18–24 December 1987 Lopburi 18
22 22–28 March 1989 Songkhla 17
23 4–10 March 1990 Chiang Mai 19
24 17–23 March 1991 Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya 17
25 12–18 July 1992 Khon Kaen 21
26 24–31 July 1993 Surat Thani 20
27 19–26 November 1994 Suphan Buri 22
28 16–23 June 1996 Nakhon Sawan 21
29 19–26 December 1996 Trang 22
30 8–15 December 1997 Sisaket 26
31 24–31 July 1998 Rayong 26
32 24–31 December 2000 Bangkok 44
33 13–24 December 2002 Chiang Mai 34
34 18–28 December 2004 Ratchaburi 34
35 9–19 September 2006 Suphan Buri 33
36 15–25 September 2007 Nakhon Si Thammarat 31
37 14–24 December 2008 Phitsanulok 32
38 9–19 September 2009 Trang 33
39 9–19 December 2010 Chonburi 39
40 3-12 March 2012 Khon Kaen
41 9-19 December 2012 Chiang Mai
42 5-15 January 2014 Suphan Buri 44
43 2014 Nakhon Ratchasima
44 2015 Nakhon Sawan


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