Football at the Southeast Asian Games

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Football at the Southeast Asian Games
Founded1959 (men)
1985 (women)
Region Southeast Asia (AFF)
Number of teamsat most 11 (men)
at most 11 (women)
Current championsFlag of Thailand.svg  Thailand /U-23/U-22 (men; 16th title)
Flag of Vietnam.svg  Vietnam (women; 5th title)
Most successful team(s)Flag of Thailand.svg  Thailand /U-23/U-22 (men; 16 titles)
Flag of Thailand.svg  Thailand
Flag of Vietnam.svg  Vietnam
(women; 5 titles each)
Soccerball current event.svg Latest season (2017)

Football has been a Southeast Asian Games sport since the 1959 edition.

Association football Team field sport

Association football, more commonly known as football or soccer, is a team sport played with a spherical ball between two teams of eleven players. It is played by 250 million players in over 200 countries and dependencies, making it the world's most popular sport. The game is played on a rectangular field called a pitch with a goal at each end. The object of the game is to score by moving the ball beyond the goal line into the opposing goal.

Southeast Asian Games biennial multi-sport event involving participants from countries in Southeast Asia

The Southeast Asian Games, also known as the SEA Games, is a biennial multi-sport event involving participants from the current 11 countries of Southeast Asia. The games is under regulation of the Southeast Asian Games Federation with supervision by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and the Olympic Council of Asia.

Contents

Results

Men's tournament

Southeast Asian Peninsular Games

YearHostFinalThird Place Match
WinnerScoreRunner-up3rd PlaceScore4th Place
1959
Details
Flag of Thailand.svg Bangkok Flag of South Vietnam.svg
South Vietnam
3–1Flag of Thailand.svg
Thailand
Flag of Malaya.svg
Malaya
1Flag of Burma (1948-1974).svg
Burma
1961
Details
Flag of Burma (1948-1974).svg Rangoon Flag of Malaya.svg
Malaya
2–0Flag of Burma (1948-1974).svg
Burma
Flag of South Vietnam.svg
South Vietnam
Flag of Thailand.svg
Thailand
1–12
1965
Details
Flag of Malaysia.svg Kuala Lumpur Flag of Burma (1948-1974).svg
Burma
Flag of Thailand.svg
Thailand
2–22Flag of South Vietnam.svg
South Vietnam
2–0Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
1967
Details
Flag of Thailand.svg Bangkok Flag of Burma (1948-1974).svg
Burma
2–1Flag of South Vietnam.svg
South Vietnam
Flag of Thailand.svg
Thailand
5–2Flag of Laos (1952-1975).svg
Laos
1969
Details
Flag of Burma (1948-1974).svg Rangoon Flag of Burma (1948-1974).svg
Burma
3–0Flag of Thailand.svg
Thailand
Flag of Laos (1952-1975).svg
Laos
Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
3
1971
Details
Flag of Malaysia.svg Kuala Lumpur Flag of Burma (1948-1974).svg
Burma
2–1Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
Flag of Thailand.svg
Thailand
Flag of South Vietnam.svg
South Vietnam
0–02
1973
Details
Flag of Singapore.svg Singapore Flag of Burma (1948-1974).svg
Burma
3–2Flag of South Vietnam.svg
South Vietnam
Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
3–0Flag of Singapore.svg
Singapore
1975
Details
Flag of Thailand.svg Bangkok Flag of Thailand.svg
Thailand
3–1Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
Flag of Myanmar (1974-2010).svg
Burma
Flag of Singapore.svg
Singapore
2–2( a.e.t. )2

1 Decided by round-robin standings.
2 The title was shared.
3 There was no bronze medal game held.

Southeast Asian Games

YearHostFinalThird Place Match
WinnerScoreRunner-up3rd PlaceScore4th Place
1977
Details
Flag of Malaysia.svg Kuala Lumpur Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
2–0Flag of Thailand.svg
Thailand
Flag of Myanmar (1974-2010).svg
Burma
4Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
1979
Details
Flag of Indonesia.svg Jakarta Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
1–0Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
Flag of Thailand.svg
Thailand
5Flag of Singapore.svg
Singapore
1981
Details
Flag of the Philippines (navy blue).svg Manila Flag of Thailand.svg
Thailand
2–1Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
2–0Flag of Singapore.svg
Singapore
1983
Details
Flag of Singapore.svg Singapore Flag of Thailand.svg
Thailand
2–1Flag of Singapore.svg
Singapore
Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
5–0Flag of Brunei.svg
Brunei
1985
Details
Flag of Thailand.svg Bangkok Flag of Thailand.svg
Thailand
2–0Flag of Singapore.svg
Singapore
Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
1–0Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
1987
Details
Flag of Indonesia.svg Jakarta Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
1–0( a.e.t. )Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
Flag of Thailand.svg
Thailand
4–0Flag of Myanmar (1974-2010).svg
Burma
1989
Details
Flag of Malaysia.svg Kuala Lumpur Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
3–1Flag of Singapore.svg
Singapore
Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
1–1( a.e.t. )
9–8 ( p )
Flag of Thailand.svg
Thailand
1991
Details
Flag of the Philippines (navy blue).svg Manila Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
0–0( a.e.t. )
4–3 ( p )
Flag of Thailand.svg
Thailand
Flag of Singapore.svg
Singapore
2–0Flag of the Philippines (navy blue).svg
Philippines
1993
Details
Flag of Singapore.svg Singapore Flag of Thailand.svg
Thailand
4–3Flag of Myanmar (1974-2010).svg
Myanmar
Flag of Singapore.svg
Singapore
3–1Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
1995
Details
Flag of Thailand.svg Chiang Mai Flag of Thailand.svg
Thailand
4–0Flag of Vietnam.svg
Vietnam
Flag of Singapore.svg
Singapore
1–0Flag of Myanmar (1974-2010).svg
Myanmar
1997
Details
Flag of Indonesia.svg Jakarta Flag of Thailand.svg
Thailand
1–1( a.e.t. )
4–2 ( p )
Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
Flag of Vietnam.svg
Vietnam
1–0Flag of Singapore.svg
Singapore
1999
Details
Flag of Brunei.svg Bandar Seri Begawan Flag of Thailand.svg
Thailand
2–0Flag of Vietnam.svg
Vietnam
Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
0–0( a.e.t. )
4–2 ( p )
Flag of Singapore.svg
Singapore
2001
Details
Flag of Malaysia.svg Kuala Lumpur Flag of Thailand.svg
Thailand
1–0Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
Flag of Myanmar (1974-2010).svg
Myanmar
1–0Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
2003
Details
Flag of Vietnam.svg Hanoi / Ho Chi Minh City Flag of Thailand.svg
Thailand
2–1( a.e.t. )Flag of Vietnam.svg
Vietnam
Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
1–1( a.e.t. )
4–2 ( p )
Flag of Myanmar (1974-2010).svg
Myanmar
2005
Details
Flag of the Philippines.svg Bacolod Flag of Thailand.svg
Thailand
3–0Flag of Vietnam.svg
Vietnam
Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
1–0Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
2007
Details
Flag of Thailand.svg Nakhon Ratchasima Flag of Thailand.svg
Thailand
2–0Flag of Myanmar (1974-2010).svg
Myanmar
Flag of Singapore.svg
Singapore
5–0Flag of Vietnam.svg
Vietnam
2009
Details
Flag of Laos.svg Vientiane Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
1–0Flag of Vietnam.svg
Vietnam
Flag of Singapore.svg
Singapore
3–1Flag of Laos.svg
Laos
2011
Details
Flag of Indonesia.svg Jakarta Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
1–1( a.e.t. )
4–3 ( p )
Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
Flag of Myanmar.svg
Myanmar
4–1Flag of Vietnam.svg
Vietnam
2013
Details
Flag of Myanmar.svg Naypyidaw / Yangon Flag of Thailand.svg
Thailand
1–0Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
Flag of Singapore.svg
Singapore
2–1Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
2015
Details
Flag of Singapore.svg Singapore Flag of Thailand.svg
Thailand
3–0Flag of Myanmar.svg
Myanmar
Flag of Vietnam.svg
Vietnam
5–0Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
2017
Details
Flag of Malaysia.svg Kuala Lumpur Flag of Thailand.svg
Thailand
1–0Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
3–1Flag of Myanmar.svg
Myanmar
2019
Details
Flag of the Philippines.svg Manila

*Under-23 tournament from 2001 until 2015. Under-22 tournament starting from 2017. [1]
4 Indonesia did not turn up at the appointed time. After waiting for 15 minutes the referee called off the game and reported to the technical committee which awarded the bronze to Burma.
5 Decided by round-robin standings.

Women's tournament

Southeast Asian Games

1 Played as round-robin.

Year Host Final Third Place Match
Winner Score Runner-up 3rd Place Score 4th Place
1985
Details
Flag of Thailand.svg Bangkok Flag of Thailand.svg
Thailand
(RR)1Flag of Singapore.svg
Singapore
Flag of the Philippines (light blue).svg
Philippines
1995
Details
Flag of Thailand.svg Chiang Mai Flag of Thailand.svg
Thailand
1–0Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
Flag of Myanmar (1974-2010).svg
Myanmar
No play offFlag of the Philippines (navy blue).svg
Philippines
1997
Details
Flag of Indonesia.svg Jakarta Flag of Thailand.svg
Thailand
5–1Flag of Myanmar (1974-2010).svg
Myanmar
Flag of Vietnam.svg
Vietnam
2–0Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
2001
Details
Flag of Malaysia.svg Kuala Lumpur Flag of Vietnam.svg
Vietnam
4–0Flag of Thailand.svg
Thailand
Flag of Myanmar (1974-2010).svg
Myanmar
3–0Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
2003
Details
Flag of Vietnam.svg Hai Phong / Nam Dinh Flag of Vietnam.svg
Vietnam
2–1Flag of Myanmar (1974-2010).svg
Myanmar
Flag of Thailand.svg
Thailand
6–1Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
2005
Details
Flag of the Philippines.svg Marikina Flag of Vietnam.svg
Vietnam
1–0Flag of Myanmar (1974-2010).svg
Myanmar
Flag of Thailand.svg
Thailand
No play offFlag of the Philippines.svg
Philippines
2007
Details
Flag of Thailand.svg Nakhon Ratchasima Flag of Thailand.svg
Thailand
2–0Flag of Vietnam.svg
Vietnam
Flag of Myanmar (1974-2010).svg
Myanmar
5–0Flag of Laos.svg
Laos
2009
Details
Flag of Laos.svg Vientiane Flag of Vietnam.svg
Vietnam
0–0( a.e.t. )
3–0 ( p )
Flag of Thailand.svg
Thailand
Flag of Myanmar (1974-2010).svg
Myanmar
No play offFlag of Laos.svg
Laos
2013
Details
Flag of Myanmar.svg Mandalay Flag of Thailand.svg
Thailand
2–1Flag of Vietnam.svg
Vietnam
Flag of Myanmar.svg
Myanmar
6–0Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
2017
Details
Flag of Malaysia.svg Kuala Lumpur Flag of Vietnam.svg
Vietnam
(RR)1Flag of Thailand.svg
Thailand
Flag of Myanmar.svg
Myanmar
(RR)1Flag of the Philippines.svg
Philippines
2019
Details
Flag of the Philippines.svg Biñan

Medal tally

Men's tournament

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1Flag of Thailand.svg  Thailand 164525
2Flag of Malaysia.svg  Malaysia 66719
3Flag of Myanmar.svg  Myanmar 54413
4Flag of Indonesia.svg  Indonesia 24410
5Flag of Vietnam.svg  Vietnam 17513
6Flag of Singapore.svg  Singapore 0369
7Flag of Laos.svg  Laos 0011
Totals (7 nations)30283290

Women's tournament

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1Flag of Thailand.svg  Thailand 53210
2Flag of Vietnam.svg  Vietnam 5218
3Flag of Myanmar.svg  Myanmar 0369
4Flag of Malaysia.svg  Malaysia 0101
Flag of Singapore.svg  Singapore 0101
6Flag of the Philippines.svg  Philippines 0011
Totals (6 nations)10101030

See also

This article is about the association football tournament at the East Asian Games. Since the first edition of the East Asian Games, participants have had to be under 23 years of age.

Men's football has been a part of the Asian Games sporting events since the 1951 edition. Women's football competition began in 1990.

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References

  1. "2017 SEA Asian Games football competition to be playground for under-22 players". Tuổi Trẻ. 1 December 2015. Retrieved 26 December 2015.