Minister of Youth and Sports (Malaysia)

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Minister of Youth and Sports
Coat of arms of Malaysia.svg
Syed Saddiq at Open Forum ASEAN 4.0 for All.jpg
Incumbent
Syed Saddiq

since 2 July 2018 (2018-07-02)
Ministry of Youth and Sports
StyleYang Berhormat Menteri
(The Honourable Minister)
Member ofCabinet of Malaysia
Reports toParliament of Malaysia
Prime Minister of Malaysia
SeatPutrajaya
AppointerYang di-Pertuan Agong on the recommendation of the Prime Minister of Malaysia
Formation1964 (1964)
First holderTunku Abdul Rahman
Websitewww.kbs.gov.my

The position of the Malaysian Minister of Youth and Sports is Syed Saddiq since 10 May 2018.

The minister administers the portfolio through the Ministry of Youth and Sports.

List of ministers of youth[edit]

The following individuals have been appointed as Minister of Youth, or any of its precedent titles:

Political Party:   Alliance   BN   PH

Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Constituency
Political Party Title Took Office Left Office Prime Minister
(Cabinet)
Tunku abd rahman.jpg Tunku Abdul Rahman
(1903–1990)
MP for Kuala Kedah
Alliance (UMNO) Minister of Youth and Sports 1964 1966 Tunku Abdul Rahman
(III)
Senu Abdul Rahman
(1919–1995)
MP for Kubang Pasu Barat
Alliance (UMNO) 1966 1969 Tunku Abdul Rahman
(III)
Hamzah Abu Samah
(1924–2012)
MP for Raub
Alliance (UMNO) 1969 1973 Tunku Abdul Rahman
(IV)
Abdul Razak Hussein
(I)
Ali Ahmad
(1930–1977)
MP for Pontian Selatan
MP for Pontian
BN (UMNO) Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports 1973 1976 Abdul Razak Hussein
(I • II)
Hussein Onn
(I)
Abdul Samad Idris
(b. unknown)
MP for Jelebu
BN (UMNO) 1976 1980 Hussein Onn
(I • II)
Mokhtar Hashim
(b. unknown)
MP for Tampin
BN (UMNO) 1980 1983 Hussein Onn
(II)
Mahathir Mohamad
(I • II)
Anwar 980416.jpg Anwar Ibrahim
(b. 1947)
MP for Permatang Pauh
BN (UMNO) 1983 1984 Mahathir Mohamad
(II)
Sulaiman Daud
(1933–2010)
MP for Santubong
BN (PBB) 1984 1986 Mahathir Mohamad
(II)
Najib Razak 2008-08-21.jpg Najib Razak
(b. 1953)
MP for Pekan
BN (UMNO) 1986 1987 Mahathir Mohamad
(III)
Minister of Youth and Sports 1987 1990 Mahathir Mohamad
(III)
Annuar Musa
(b. 1956)
Senator
BN (UMNO) 1990 1993 Mahathir Mohamad
(IV)
Ghani Othman.jpg Abdul Ghani Othman
(b. 1946)
MP for Ledang
BN (UMNO) 1993 1995 Mahathir Mohamad
(IV)
MuhyiddinUS.jpg Muhyiddin Yassin
(b. 1947)
MP for Pagoh
BN (UMNO) 1995 1999 Mahathir Mohamad
(V)
Hishamuddin2014.jpg Hishammuddin Hussein
(b. 1961)
MP for Tenggara
BN (UMNO) 1999 2004 Mahathir Mohamad
(VI)
Abdullah Ahmad Badawi
(I)
Azalina Othman Said
(b. 1963)
MP for Pengerang
BN (UMNO) 2004 2008 Abdullah Ahmad Badawi
(II)
DSIS3.jpg Ismail Sabri Yaakob
(b. 1960)
MP for Bera
BN (UMNO) 2008 2009 Abdullah Ahmad Badawi
(III)
World Telecommunication Development Conference 2014 - Dubai - Day 2.jpg Ahmad Shabery Cheek
(b. 1958)
MP for Kemaman
BN (UMNO) 2009 2013 Abdullah Ahmad Badawi
(III)
Najib Razak
(I)
Yang Berhormat Khairy Jamaluddin Abu Bakar.jpg Khairy Jamaluddin Abu Bakar
(b. 1976)
MP for Rembau
BN (UMNO) 16 May 2013 10 May 2018 Najib Razak
(II)
Syed Saddiq at Open Forum ASEAN 4.0 for All.jpg Syed Saddiq
(b. 1992)
MP for Muar
PH (PPBM) 2 July 2018 Incumbent Mahathir Mohamad
(VII)

List of ministers of sports[edit]

The following individuals have been appointed as Minister of Sports, or any of its precedent titles:

Political Party:   Alliance   BN   PH

Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Constituency
Political Party Title Took Office Left Office Prime Minister
(Cabinet)
Tunku abd rahman.jpg Tunku Abdul Rahman
(1903–1990)
MP for Kuala Kedah
Alliance (UMNO) Minister of Youth and Sports 1964 1966 Tunku Abdul Rahman
(III)
Senu Abdul Rahman
(1919–1995)
MP for Kubang Pasu Barat
Alliance (UMNO) 1966 1969 Tunku Abdul Rahman
(III)
Hamzah Abu Samah
(1924–2012)
MP for Raub
Alliance (UMNO) 1969 1973 Tunku Abdul Rahman
(IV)
Abdul Razak Hussein
(I)
Ali Ahmad
(1930–1977)
MP for Pontian Selatan
MP for Pontian
BN (UMNO) Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports 1973 1976 Abdul Razak Hussein
(I • II)
Hussein Onn
(I)
Abdul Samad Idris
(b. unknown)
MP for Jelebu
BN (UMNO) 1976 1980 Hussein Onn
(I • II)
Mokhtar Hashim
(b. unknown)
MP for Tampin
BN (UMNO) 1980 1983 Hussein Onn
(II)
Mahathir Mohamad
(I • II)
Anwar 980416.jpg Anwar Ibrahim
(b. 1947)
MP for Permatang Pauh
BN (UMNO) 1983 1984 Mahathir Mohamad
(II)
Sulaiman Daud
(1933–2010)
MP for Santubong
BN (PBB) 1984 1986 Mahathir Mohamad
(II)
Najib Razak 2008-08-21.jpg Najib Razak
(b. 1953)
MP for Pekan
BN (UMNO) 1986 1987 Mahathir Mohamad
(III)
Minister of Youth and Sports 1987 1990 Mahathir Mohamad
(III)
Annuar Musa
(b. 1956)
Senator
BN (UMNO) 1990 1993 Mahathir Mohamad
(IV)
Ghani Othman.jpg Abdul Ghani Othman
(b. 1946)
MP for Ledang
BN (UMNO) 1993 1995 Mahathir Mohamad
(IV)
MuhyiddinUS.jpg Muhyiddin Yassin
(b. 1947)
MP for Pagoh
BN (UMNO) 1995 1999 Mahathir Mohamad
(V)
Hishamuddin2014.jpg Hishammuddin Hussein
(b. 1961)
MP for Tenggara
BN (UMNO) 1999 2004 Mahathir Mohamad
(VI)
Abdullah Ahmad Badawi
(I)
Azalina Othman Said
(b. 1963)
MP for Pengerang
BN (UMNO) 2004 2008 Abdullah Ahmad Badawi
(II)
DSIS3.jpg Ismail Sabri Yaakob
(b. 1960)
MP for Bera
BN (UMNO) 2008 2009 Abdullah Ahmad Badawi
(III)
World Telecommunication Development Conference 2014 - Dubai - Day 2.jpg Ahmad Shabery Cheek
(b. 1958)
MP for Kemaman
BN (UMNO) 2009 2013 Abdullah Ahmad Badawi
(III)
Najib Razak
(I)
Yang Berhormat Khairy Jamaluddin Abu Bakar.jpg Khairy Jamaluddin Abu Bakar
(b. 1976)
MP for Rembau
BN (UMNO) 16 May 2013 10 May 2018 Najib Razak
(II)
Syed Saddiq at Open Forum ASEAN 4.0 for All.jpg Syed Saddiq
(b. 1992)
MP for Muar
PH (PPBM) 2 July 2018 Incumbent Mahathir Mohamad
(VII)

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