Philippine Sports Commission

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Philippine Sports Commission
Komisyon ng Isports ng Pilipinas
Philippine Sports Commission logo.svg
Agency overview
Formed January 24, 1990 (1990-01-24)
Headquarters Malate, Manila, Philippines
Agency executive
Parent Agency Office of the President

The Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) was created through Republic Act No. 6847 in 1990 to serve as the "sole policy-making and coordinating body of all amateur sports development programs and institutions in the Philippines". Its primary function is "to provide the leadership, formulate the policies and set the priorities and directions of all national sports promotion and development, particularly giving emphasis on grassroots participation".[citation needed] The Commission's Asian Games Task Force is responsible for addressing the needs of the Philippine delegation in the run-up to the 2014 Asian Games.[2]

Relations with the Philippine Olympic Committee[edit]

The Philippine Sports Commission Act recognizes the role of the Philippine Olympic Committee as the national Olympic body for the International Olympic Committee. It also recognizes the autonomy of the Philippine Olympic Committee and likewise states that all National Sports Associations shall be Autonomous as well.

The Act designates the Philippine Olympic Committee as primarily responsible for activities related to the country's participation in the Olympic Games (International Olympic Committee), Asian Games (Olympic Council of Asia), Southeast Asian Games (Southeast Asian Games Federation), and other international athletic competitions.




Chairman: William Ramirez[3]


  1. Ramon Fernandez[3]
  2. Charles Raymond Maxey[3]
  3. Fatima Celia Kiram[3]
  4. Arnold Agustin[3]

Executive Director: Carlo E. Abarquez[3]

(Term ends in June 30, 2022)

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Navarro, June (June 22, 2016). "Butch Ramirez accepts PSC chair post". Philippine Daily Inquirer. Retrieved June 30, 2016. 
  2. ^ "Carrasco, Magat top candidates to be Asian Games chief". 16 January 2014. Retrieved 29 January 2014. 
  3. ^ a b c d e f Saberon-Abalayan, Marianne L. (June 24, 2016). "Ex-Sun.Star editor Maxey is new commissioner". Sun.Star. Retrieved June 25, 2016. 

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