ASEAN School Games

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ASEAN School Games
Abbreviation ASG
First event 2009 Suphanburi, Thailand
Occur every Year
Last event 2016 Chiang Mai, Thailand
Website aseanschoolsgames.com/show/

ASEAN School Games (ASG) is an annual games for high schools in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and organised under the authority of the ASEAN Schools Sports Council (ASSC). The ASSC is an apolitical regional sports council that promotes sports among member countries. Prior to 2009, the games were played based on satellite, single sports events. This was changed in 2009, where a games format was implemented. The 1st ASG planned under the new games format was hosted by Thailand in 2009, while the 2nd, 3rd and 4th ASG were hosted by Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia, respectively.[1][2][3]

Objectives[edit]

  • To promote ASEAN Solidarity in our youth through school sports;
  • To provide opportunities for school athletes to benchmark their sporting talents in the ASEAN region; and
  • To provide opportunities for school athletes to interact and engage in cultural exchange within ASEAN.

Participating nations[edit]

Nation / IOC Designation Debuted IOC-Code Notes
 Brunei (IOC designation: Brunei Darussalam) 2009 BRU
 Indonesia 2009 INA FIFA-code IDN
 Singapore 2009 SGP SIN (1959 — 2016)
 Thailand 2009 THA
 Vietnam (IOC designation: Viet Nam) 2009 VIE
 Malaysia 2010 MAS
 Philippines 2010 PHI ISO PHL
 Laos (IOC designation: Lao People's Democratic Republic) 2013 LAO
 Cambodia 2016 CAM
 Myanmar 2017 MYA

List of ASEAN School Games[edit]

Host cities of the ASEAN School Games
Edition Year Host City Host Nation Start Date End Date Nations Competitors Sports Events Top Placed Team Ref.
I 2009 Suphan Buri  Thailand 20 July 29 July 5 10 116  Thailand (THA) [4]
II 2010 Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia 12 July 22 July 7 11 107  Malaysia (MAS) [5]
III 2011 Singapore  Singapore 30 June 8 July 7 15 118  Thailand (THA) [6]
IV 2012 Surabaya  Indonesia 28 June 6 July 7 11 141  Thailand (THA) [7]
V 2013 Hanoi  Vietnam 22 June 30 June 8 1,500 11 125  Vietnam (VIE) [8]
VI 2014 Marikina  Philippines 29 November 7 December 7 1,593 11 123  Malaysia (MAS) [9]
VII 2015 Bandar Seri Begawan  Brunei 21 November 29 November 8 621 7 80  Indonesia (INA) [10]
VIII 2016 Chiang Mai  Thailand 21 July 29 July 8 901 11 123  Thailand (THA) [11]
IX 2017 Singapore  Singapore 13 July 21 July

Sports[edit]

Officially, there were a total of 19 sports, which were held till date in the ASEAN School Games.

Sport Years
Athletics All
Badminton All
Basketball 2009–2014, since 2016
Field hockey 2010–2011
Futsal 2016 only
Golf All
Gymnastics 2009–2014, since 2016
Netball 2010–2011, 2015
Pencak silat 2012–2013, 2015
Rugby sevens 2012 only
Sport Years
Sepak takraw All
Swimming All
Table tennis 2009, 2011–2014, since 2016
Tennis 2009, 2012–2014, since 2016
Triathlon 2011 only
Volleyball 2009–2014, since 2016
Water polo 2011 only
Water skiing 2011 only
Wushu 2014 only

Medal count[edit]

ASEAN SCHOOL GAMES
 Rank  NOC Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Thailand (THA) 299 260 286 845
2  Malaysia (MAS) 188 202 196 586
3  Indonesia (INA) 169 216 200 585
4  Vietnam (VIE) 168 112 120 400
5  Singapore (SIN) 94 108 178 380
6  Philippines (PHI) 15 21 42 78
7  Brunei (BRU) 1 12 23 36
8  Laos (LAO) 0 5 14 19
9  Cambodia (CAM) 0 0 1 1
Total (9 NOCs) 934 936 1060 2930

Medal table by games[edit]

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Official 2011 ASEAN School Games website. Archived 4 July 2011 at the Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ 1st ASEAN School Games 2009 Archived 21 September 2011 at the Wayback Machine.
  3. ^ 2nd ASEAN School Games 2010
  4. ^ "1st ASG Suphan Buri 2009". SEAG. Retrieved 20 July 2009. 
  5. ^ "2nd ASG Kuala Lumpur 2010". SEAG. Retrieved 12 July 2010. 
  6. ^ "3rd ASG Singapore 2011". SEAG. Retrieved 30 June 2011. 
  7. ^ "4th ASG Surabaya 2012". SEAG. Retrieved 28 June 2012. 
  8. ^ "5th ASG Hanoi 2013". SEAG. Retrieved 22 June 2013. 
  9. ^ "6th ASG Marikina 2014". SEAG. Retrieved 29 November 2014. 
  10. ^ "7th ASG Bandar Seri Begawan 2015". SEAG. Retrieved 21 November 2015. 
  11. ^ "8th ASG Chiang Mai 2016". SEAG. Retrieved 21 July 2016.